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Sources of Additional Information

Sources of additional information about planning for wireless telecommunications.

Upgrades to Wireless Infrastructure, Paul Sanderson, New Hampshire Town and City, January/February 2014

Wireless Facilities: Managing the Approval Process to Protect Municipal Interests and Comply with State and Federal Law pdf file, By: Katherine B. Miller, Esquire, Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC

Cell Towers: Managing the Approval Process to Protect Municipal Interests and Comply with Federal Law, LGC Municipal Law Lecture #1 Fall 2010, by Attorney Sharon Cuddy Somers and Attorney Katherine B. Miller, Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, P.L.L.C.

Aesthetics, Community Character, and the Law, by Christopher J. Duerkson and R. Matthew Goebel, cosponsored by Scenic America and the American Planning Association, American Planning Association, 1998.

Locating Telecommunications Towers in Historic Buildings, by Nancy E. Boone, Ann Cousins, Holly Ernst Groschner, Thomas F. Keefe, Sheldon Moss, and Anne Stillman, National Trust, 2000.

Planning for Telecommunication Facilities in New Hampshire and Vermont, Connecticut River Watershed Council, 2000.

Siting Criteria for Personal Wireless Service Facilities, Kreines and Kreines, Inc. in cooperation with the Cape Cod Commission, Cape Cod Commission, 1997.

Working with Wireless: Communities, Carriers, and Conservationists Collaborate to Find Workable Solutions For Siting Wireless Facilities, The Massachusetts Municipal-Industry Collaborative, 2000.

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