Elementary School in Florida Approved for Cell Tower Project

The Pasco County School Board has voted to allow a cell tower to be constructed at Seven Oaks Elementary School in Tampa, Florida. It was overwhelmingly approved by the Board, despite the fact that many residents and parents of the school children opposed the plan. “Assistant Superintendent Ray Gadd argued if they don’t install the tower at the elementary school, it will just go up somewhere else nearby. ‘No parents in Pasco County are going to be able to escape radiofrequency waves, Gadd said. ‘One way or another, they’re going to put a cell tower up in the Seven Oaks area,’ ” states abcactionnews.com.

The most crucial next step that the School Board must take is to acquire proper representation, prior to signing any agreement with the cell tower leasing company .  Many landowners, including schools and municipalities, are being paid below-market value for the use of their property. Ample information and representation from a true landowner advocate are key factors these industries need in order to optimize the use of their properties.

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