Stop T-Mobile from Erecting Cell Tower Near Huntington Beach School - Real Estate Pro





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Published on Oct 16, 2010

Residents in the town of Huntington Beach say they are being threatened by the installation of a 55-foot T-Mobile cell phone tower 28 feet from Harbour View Elementary School. Concerns range from a sharp drop in the property values of surrounding homes to a reduction in the overall aesthetics of the park to the looming possible repercussions on the health and welfare of the children, teachers and administrators at the school.

Concerned parents, faculty members and Huntington Beach residents gather to support the "No on Q" referendum. The referendum is on the Huntington Beach ballot for the November 2, 2010 elections. Voters have begun sending in mail-in ballots after October 4, 2010.

Our supporters include:

City Council Candidates:
Connie Boardman
Bruce J. Brandt
Joe Carchio
Barbara Delgleize
Andrissa Dominguez
Blair Farley
Heather Grow
Matthew Harper
John Von Holle
Dan Kalmick
Jim Katapodis
Billy O'Connell
Erik Peterson
Sean Roselius
Joe Shaw
Norm Westwell

Former HB Mayors
Ralph Bauer
Debbie Cook

Publisher and editor of Healthy Living Magazine: David Steinman

OVSD Superintendent:
Alan G. Rasmussen, Ed.D.

OVSD President:
Tracy Pellman

OVSD Trustee:
Debbie Cotton

Pediatrician: Dr. Harry Pellman, Edinger Medical Group

Pediatrician: Dr. Paul Qaqundah, Pediatric Care Medical Group

Huntington Beach Real Estate Specialists:
Sean Stanfield
Vikki Morrison
Dianne Rector

Professor: Galen T. Pickett, Department of Physics and Astronomy, CSU Long Beach

PROTECT the beauty of our parks, playgrounds and open spaces.


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