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Paul Kern said the proposed pole would be unsafe and would ruin his view from his home.

AT&T pole proposal in limbo after 98-page resident opposition

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

Paul Kern said the proposed pole would be unsafe and would ruin his view from his home.

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Bruce Watts, center, is one of the residents who helped make 561 calls, texts or emails to prove there was no gap in cell service in the neighborhood. Photos by Brian McMillan

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

Bruce Watts, center, is one of the residents who helped make 561 calls, texts or emails to prove there was no gap in cell service in the neighborhood. Photos by Brian McMillan

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Eugene Healy presents the 98-page memo to the Planning Commission.

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

Eugene Healy presents the 98-page memo to the Planning Commission.

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Tanis Healy speaks with Port Orange Interim Planning Director Penelope Cruz before the June 26 meeting.

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

Tanis Healy speaks with Port Orange Interim Planning Director Penelope Cruz before the June 26 meeting.

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AT&T says this rendering shows that the proposed pole would not be visually overbearing. Residents point out that the view is from the road, not from inside a home. Courtesy image

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

AT&T says this rendering shows that the proposed pole would not be visually overbearing. Residents point out that the view is from the road, not from inside a home. Courtesy image

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Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

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Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

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The doors had to be closed because the chambers were at capacity on July 26.

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 |

The doors had to be closed because the chambers were at capacity on July 26.

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