Mike Moynahan, who has a seventh-grade student at Luther Burbank, said the T-Mobile project — which would be the first wireless telecommunication facility in a single-family residential area in Burbank — could pave the way for more such projects.
“This will set a dangerous precedent,” he said, referring to the situation as a David vs. Goliath battle.
“Ironically, the Little White Chapel — this house of God — has chosen to side with Goliath,” he added. “They have entered into an agreement with T-Mobile that will result in huge profits for them, but ignores the rights and considerations of their neighbors.”
After the press conference, Rev. Bill Thomas Jr., pastor of the Little White Chapel, said he would reserve making comments until after the City Council meeting on Tuesday.