• Two Sides Continue to Differ Over Cell Tower Safety After Meeting; VOTE


    by Mitch Lehman

    A group of concerned parents assembled Tuesday night in the Kenneth F. White Auditorium to hear presentations by a panel of speakers surrounding the hot-button issue of the day or week or year in San Marino – is it safe for our students to attend schools that are also inhabited by cell phone towers.

    Two district sites – San Marino High School and Valentine Elementary School –  host two of the more than ten cell towers currently located within city boundaries.

    Many parents showed up armed with banner-toting children clutching signs that implored the school board to remove the cell towers from school property.

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