Deny Variance for Cell Phone Tower at the Merchantville Country Club
  • Petitioned Cherry Hill, NJ Municipal Zoning Board

This petition was delivered to:

Cherry Hill, NJ Municipal Zoning Board

Deny Variance for Cell Phone Tower at the Merchantville Country Club

    1. Dorothy Foley
    2. Petition by

      Dorothy Foley

      Merchantville, NJ

Pegasus Tower has entered into a lease agreement with Merchantville Country Club to build a 150' Cell Phone Tower on the grounds of the Merchantville Country Club in close proximity to residents, a playground, a community center and a school. 

URGENT: Attend the Cherry Hill Zoning Board meeting on Thursday, April 12th, 2012 @7:30, 820 Mercer Ave. Cherry Hill. Our presence & voice will help Cherry Hill officials make the right decision. 


Do you know:

Studies have shown cell phone towers located in residential neighborhoods have negative effects on local property values.

There are legitimate concerns, backed by sound science, of adverse health effects, especially to young children, of constant exposure to cell phone tower electromagnetic radiation.



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    Reasons for signing

    • Kathy Matyas LITCHFIELD, CT
      • almost 2 years ago

      We are fighting a cell tower in Ocean Beach Park, New London CT..

      Please scroll down and follow/like us facebook! Thank you and good luck to you!

    • Holly Margiotti CHERRY HILL, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      1. Decrease property values.

      2. Health Reasons.

      3. Not attractive or pleasent in a residental area.

    • Brandon Baldassari MERCHANTVILLE, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      I live within a few hundred few of the proposed location and I have three small children. I know that health concerns are not a valid reason to keep this tower out. What I don't know is why doesn't the country club put it next to their clubhouse? Oh wait, because it's an eyesore and would lower the perceived value of their club. Just like it's going to do to my house value! Thanks guys!

    • Emily Wedin MERCHANTVILLE, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      Is this really going to be 200fert from my front door? I already had one child with leukemia and would not wish that one anyone. Additionally, am I going to be compensated when I cannot sell my house? Who would buy it when the front door opens to that?

    • Charla Lewis PHOENIX, AZ
      • about 2 years ago

      I lived in Merchantville for 20 years and still have many ties there. I feel this would have a negative impact on the town and especially to the immediate neighbors, many of them my personal friends.


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