August 9, 2013

Accelerated N.H. Permitting Process for Wireless Siting

Improved wireless service in New Hampshire is critical for the state’s competitive standing.

Yet wireless service problems in New Hampshire — dropped calls, “no coverage” areas, lagging technology — have persisted. In this article Dodge explains how a new law enacted this summer — SB 101 — will transform how wireless projects undergo municipal review for projects defined as “collocations” and “modifications.”

Read Accelerated N.H. Permitting Process for Wireless Siting


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