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Do not allow Cell Phone towers on Tinley Park School grounds

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VICTORY!

 

THE CONTRACTS ARE BEING CANCELLED!!!

UPCOMING MEETINGS TO FINALIZE PAPERWORK...

School Board Meeting - Thursday October 16th at 7pm

Located at the KSD140 Administration Building, 16931 S. Grissom Drive

Village Board Meeting - Tuesday October 21st at 8pm

Located at Tinley Park Village Hall, 16250 S. Oak Park Avenue

 

THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!  Celebration Information will follow.

An agreement was signed back in 2013 between AT&T (National Wireless Ventures) and KSD140 to build three cell phone towers on three elementary school properties - Bannes, Keller and McAuliffe and lease them for the next 25 years.  Bannes was withdrawn due to no need for that location. A Tinley Park Plan Commissioner blasted plans for the new cell phone towers saying the galactic-looking monopole would diminish the values of the nearby homes. 

We are making an impact and can stop this by proving to the Village Board that this is not wanted by the residents of Tinley Park!   The board has stated they have never received so much feedback/emails from the residents in opposition.  If the Village Board doesn’t approve the agreement then the towers do not get built! 

THIS IS NOT A DONE DEAL!!!

A committee has been formed to review all the documentation between KSD140, AT&T and the Village Board.  

YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED!

Please sign the petition and share it:

http://www.change.org/petitions/michael-byrne-do-not-allow-cell-phone-towers-on-tinley-park-school-grounds

Take the time to read the posts below... 

The American Cancer Society website states “Very few human studies have focused specifically on cellular phone towers and cancer risk.”

 Information on these Cell Towers from the Village is posted on their site - http://www.tinleypark.org/index.aspx?NID=707



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