I have been a Burbank resident for 10 years. When I was looking to buy my home, I knew Burbank was where I wanted to live. Burbank has a retro charm, beautiful tree-lined streets, darling homes, kids playing outside, friendly neighbors, a wonderful small-town feeling. My East Coast relatives are convinced I live in Mayberry.
The quaint Little White Chapel added to this charm. I knew when I moved so close to the church there would be traffic and parking issues, but what I didn't know was that the quaint church would be at the center of such turmoil.
The pending installation of the cell towers is frightening and appalling. The mention of a “potential” health risk is enough to be concerned about living only a few doors down from the church. Once I learned about the cell towers, I contacted my real estate agent and he confirmed that I would need to disclose my proximity to the cell towers if I wanted to sell my home and it would negatively impact my property value. Had this been something that was disclosed to me when I was purchasing my home, I would not have done so. Why gamble on a “potential” risk?