5 Questions After Oral Argument In T-Mobile V. Roswell

Law360, New York (November 12, 2014, 2:30 PM EST) -- A local government's decision to deny a cell tower placement application must be "in writing and supported by substantial evidence contained in a written record." But what exactly does that mean? The U.S. Supreme Court focused on that issue at oral argument Monday. The case, T-Mobile v. Roswell, concerns a city letter stating only that Roswell, Georgia, had denied T-Mobile's application and that the hearing's minutes could be obtained from the city clerk. Is that enough?...

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