No 4G for Blytheville
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Same ole same ole

Dallas, TX

#1 Jan 11, 2012
It seems as if the City Planning commision has basically told AT&T to go take a hike and that Blightville don't want their stinky 4G service infecting our perfect town and our perfect way of life.
Instead of trying to work thru the problem I hear the meeting got out of hand. I'm surprised they didn't throw punches at the AT&T rep and throw him out of town.
Thanks Blytheville,
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#2 Jan 11, 2012
So when did this happen?
Same ole same ole

Dallas, TX

#3 Jan 11, 2012
I had heard about it, but the story is on the Courier News website
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#4 Jan 11, 2012
You're exactly right! Jonathon Abbott is another one of those good ole boys. He's not happy that he wasn't going to get his pocket padded so he throws a fit.

Way to go Ben Hubbard! I'm impressed NOT! That's why Blytheville is steadily going down. We need better phone service here. Hell we need a better furniture store too! Let AT&T put the freaking towers up!
Stupid politicians

United States

#5 Jan 11, 2012
Move to Gosnell.
moneez gone

United States

#6 Jan 11, 2012
Guess they couldn't get free phone service and new high tech phones for the chosen ones??
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#7 Jan 11, 2012
I've got another idea. Call Ben @ 870-763- four four 09 and tell him man I was going to buy a bedroom suite from you but you don't want anything new in Blytheville so I'll just take my money to Poplar Bluff , Jonesboro or Memphis.
guest

Jacksonville, AR

#8 Jan 11, 2012
Damn.This is so sad and I see why people are moving from here left and right.Com e on blytheville.
Stupid politicians

United States

#9 Jan 11, 2012
Blytheville has had plenty practice shooting itself in the foot over the years.
not really

United States

#10 Jan 11, 2012
They didn't tell ATT they couldn't have 4G. ATT wanted to place a tower in a zone that did not allow it and to comply with the law, they had to deny it. Of course, had they granted it, you could all get on here and say they did it to pad their pockets. There are plenty of locations for towers. They just have to be in the right area - that code is there to protect the citizens of the town.
Guest 2536

Lonsdale, AR

#11 Jan 11, 2012
Based on Abbots philosophy, we should never allow trees to grow tall enough to fall on someone else's property. Not the first time Blytheville has suffered for the right of an individual. Bet if it was an individual on Elm St the rule of eminent domain would prevail
Question

United States

#12 Jan 11, 2012
Where on Lockard are they talking about? Next to the farmland?
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#13 Jan 11, 2012
not really wrote:
They didn't tell ATT they couldn't have 4G. ATT wanted to place a tower in a zone that did not allow it and to comply with the law, they had to deny it. Of course, had they granted it, you could all get on here and say they did it to pad their pockets. There are plenty of locations for towers. They just have to be in the right area - that code is there to protect the citizens of the town.
oh man you're killing me! I guess you're one of Abbott's cronies.

“truth is a three edged sword”

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Babylon 5, Epsilon Eridani

#14 Jan 11, 2012
I was just reading about that. I guess the right people were not getting the rent money. As far as the argument about the wrong zone, the zoning ordinance is changed all the time to accommodate the right people.
moneez gone

United States

#15 Jan 11, 2012
Probaly Mosley has scrapping the water tower on his agenda to make some more money off the people and Abbot knows Mosley would realllly be overstepping because AT&T would nail Mosley's Butt for messing with their towers. Progress can't get in the way of the hustlers in this town.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#16 Jan 11, 2012
Guest 2536 wrote:
Based on Abbots philosophy, we should never allow trees to grow tall enough to fall on someone else's property. Not the first time Blytheville has suffered for the right of an individual. Bet if it was an individual on Elm St the rule of eminent domain would prevail
I agree. Maybe Johnathan should cut all of his trees down around his house. Especially the ones out front. I'd hate for one to fall and hit someone driving down main street. That could happen easier than a cell tower falling. Rotten ass old trees.
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Little Rock, AR

#17 Jan 11, 2012
Oh crap maybe we need to have all of the electric poles removed too. They might fall on somebody's land or car
County citizen

Azle, TX

#18 Jan 11, 2012
I live outside the city limits. They can put it up on my property. Abbott is delusional and probably doesn't even own a cell phone. What an ass.
turbodog62

Little Rock, AR

#19 Jan 11, 2012
Help needed

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Jan 11, 2012
turbodog62 wrote:
http://www.emf-health.com/arti cles-celltower.htm
Where are you on the drug house forum? We need you....

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