Wireless communication company T-Mobile’s plans to construct a new 150-foot tower west of Mount Si in North Bend has some neighbors balking, but none have appealed the permit so far.
Jerome Klacsan, who would receive payment for hosting the structure on his property on the 42000 block of 102nd Street, said he lends no credence to a few neighbors’ claims that the radio frequency-emitting facility would put residents at a higher risk for cancer.
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