Cell Phone Towers Do Not Affect Property Values (Or the case of Three Board Hearings and One Temporary Tower)
Following up on their work representing various telecommunications companies in placing cell towers throughout Delaware, Saul Ewing partners Wendie Stabler and Richard Forsten, together with associate Olufunke Fagbami, have authored the lead article in the May/June, 2016 issue of the American Bar Association’s Probate & Property. The article entitled “Cell Phone Towners Do Not Affect Property Values (Or the case of Three Board Hearings and One Temporary Tower),” discusses a recent case in Sussex County, Delaware where the applicant was able to demonstrate that a proposed cell tower would not have an effect on nearby property values. This conclusion is in keeping with numerous other studies also discussed in the article.
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