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Stettin to consider 150-foot cell tower

Residents, officials express displeasure, uncertainty to proposed structure

7:50 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
Robert Mielke
Robert Mielke
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Jeffrey Strande loves to look at his backyard, the trees surrounding it and the deer and rabbits that wander through.

Strande said he fears that view will be ruined and the value of his home will drop if the town of Stettin allows AT&T to build a 150-foot cellphone tower on privately owned land in the 3800 block of Stewart Avenue.

AT&T's proposal, which the Stettin Plan Commission will consider Tuesday, would put the cell tower on a major Wausau thoroughfare that is home to apartments, homes and businesses, including the Wausau Mine Company and Franck's Gym. The town plans a public hearing at 7 ...

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