I am a homeowner in Burbank and reside a block from the proposed T-Mobilecell phone tower at the Little White Chapel. I am vehemently opposed to this tower because it is being placed in our residentially zoned neighborhood.
If these cell phone towers are not harmful, then why does my real estate agent tell me that it is my legal responsibility to disclose to potential buyers of my home that a cell tower resides within 1500 feet of my house? If they pose no danger, why do I have to say anything at all?
My husband is in remission from advanced stage 4 lymphoma. His immune system is already compromised. My 6-year-old son’s body isn’t even fully developed. Why do we gamble with the chance that these towers, placed so close to our homes and schools, are safe? The research is inconclusive regarding the potential harm it poses. I know they exist nearby in commercial zones, but do we really need them to encroach in our residential zones too?