T-Mobile Wins Suit To Build Tower In New Hampshire Town

Law360 (November 29, 2018, 3:55 PM EST) -- T-Mobile can go forward with its plan to prop up a 130-foot telecommunications tower in Bedford, New Hampshire, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, directing the town's zoning board to issue the wireless carrier a permit despite its concerns over the company's inconsistent proposal details.

U.S. District Judge Landya McCafferty conceded in her decision that the initial application put forward by T-Mobile Northeast LLC and its builder, American Towers LLC, "fell short of the mark." She agreed with the town and its zoning board that some of the other potential tower sites didn't appear to be thoroughly researched, and data on the ones...

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