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The new tower should greatly enhance cell service at the complex and nearby schools, homes and businesses, AT&T officials said. Read more

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Greystone Crest cell tower Oct 2017

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Crown Castle plans to replace a 90-foot-tall cell phone tower with a 120-foot-tall tower to help Verizon Wireless improve service. Read more

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Greystone cell tower 1

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The change is being sought so Verizon Wireless can improve its service in the Greystone area. Read more

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Hoover cell tower

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Fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks require more, but smaller cell towers, Councilman Mike Shaw said. Read more

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Blackridge cell tower map

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The cell tower is proposed to be built in the Blackridge community, just south of Trace Crossings and Lake Wilborn. Read more

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Blackridge cell tower map

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The tower will be just south of the Lake Wilborn community being built at the end of Stadium Trace Parkway. Read more

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Andy Rotenstrick

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The proposed tower will be a 190-foot-tall monopole with a 9-foot lightning rod on top. Read more

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    Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato speaks at the Finley Center in the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, when Hoover and AT&T officials announced the construction and beginning of operation of a new 190-foot-tall cell tower at the complex.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Officials with the city of Hoover, state of Alabama and AT&T cut a ribbon to celebrate the construction of beginning of operation of a new cell tower at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. In front, from left, are state Rep. David Wheeler, state Sen. Jabo Waggoner, AT&T Alabama President Wayne Hutchens, Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato and Hoover City Council President Gene Smith, Councilman Mike Shaw and Councilman John Lyda.

  • 191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    Officials with the city of Hoover, state of Alabama and AT&T cut a ribbon to celebrate the construction of beginning of operation of a new cell tower at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. In front, from left, are state Rep. David Wheeler, state Sen. Jabo Waggoner, AT&T Alabama President Wayne Hutchens, Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato and Hoover City Council President Gene Smith

  • 191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    This new 190-foot-tall AT&T cell tower started operating at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, in late September 2019.

  • 191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191021_ATT_cell_tower_at_Met_JA

    This new 190-foot-tall AT&T cell tower started operating at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, in late September 2019.

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