THE WALL OF INJUSTICE 

"Small" cell poles unnecessarily dominate Tucson's homes and streets  
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Blenman-Elm

North Dodge

      Their antennas are OVERPOWERED  
Federal law requires use of the minimum power necessary to carry out
the communication desired (47 U.S. Code §324).  "Communication desired" means telecommunications service, as defined in 47 U.S. Code §153.        
 
                 Telecommunications  ≠  internet services
It requires
5 bars on 
a cell phone
                        
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           5 bars needs
            0.002 µW/m  
       Maximum Power Output
             This home is getting 11,500 µW/m 
                 5.8 million times more than needed!
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The poles dramatically
alter the landscape,
without consent

San Carlos

Near our schools

Sam Hughes Elementary

Verizon withdrew its application for

this site, but a tower is planned for installation near first base on the playground baseball diamond.

Peter Howell Elementary

 Pole #3

Pole #2

 Pole #1

2
µW/m 
16,500

Mansfield Middle School

Meter reading at first

floor window

Tucson High Magnet School 

They are everywhere
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2
µW/m 
18,200
2
µW/m 
23,800

Peter Howell

Oak Flower

2
5,020
µW/m 

Keeling

Near our businesses 

 Mendez Bakery, Santa Rita Park

 Eeegees, Speedway and Tucson 

 Bob Dobbs retail complex 

Near our parks 

Himmel Park

Every 3 to 5 houses if nothing is done

Keeling

Before activation of tower

28.6 
µW/m 
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After activation of tower 

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µW/m 
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2
µW/m 
14,200

South West Tucson 

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This tower measures in at

60,000 µW/m 

30 million times more than

needed for telecommunication

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