Cellular Towers In Surrounding Counties But Not In Mine
Hey all, according to cellmapper.net and some other research, my county has refused to zone for a cellular tower from either AT&T or other carriers (primarily concerned with AT&T).
All the cellular towers from AT&T are surrounding my county but a single one from a competitor which is inactive at this time. I sent an e-mail to my county seat regarding the situation but I'd like to ask AT&T's side on the subject. This also includes the subject of DSL, though that mostly has to do with the power company and not the county approving for an upgrade.
Specifically I'm talking of the state of Indiana in Fountain County.
As a general question, what sort of reasons would a county refuse for zoning or service upgrading even if the towers reach the whole county, but not a single one was constructed within the county itself? It seems odd.