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Wyoming News Update

From: Sheridan Media

“A national park in Wyoming is moving ahead with plans for a network of cell towers amid questions about how the National Park Service balances public safety with…

Park plans big wire up

From: Jackson Hole News & Guide

“Detractors of lining Teton park with cell towers exist, especially the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which sued last spring…

Grand Teton National Park pursuing disputed cell-tower build

From: San Francisco Chronicle

“"Part of the point of wilderness is the ability to be disconnected and feel alone, but if somebody on the same trail can order a pizza, or sell stock,…

WIRE THE WILDERNESS? AS CELL SERVICE EXPANDS, NATIONAL PARKS BECOME THE LATEST DIGITAL BATTLEGROUNDS

From: Merced Sun Star

“PEER, which has asked the Interior Department’s Inspector General to investigate, said that Yosemite is “violation of both federal laws and agency policies” by…

CELLULAR SACRAMENTO: VERIZON DEAL WILL BRING 5G NETWORK TO THE CAPITAL CITY- BUT AT WHAT COST?

From: Sacramento News & Review

“Based on information PEER says it discovered through Freedom of Information Act requests, its members are asking the inspector general to investigate…


News Releases

GRAND TETON CELL MEGA-EXPANSION VIOLATES LAW AND POLICY

Inspector General Asked to Include 13-Tower Grand Teton Plan in Ongoing Review

YELLOWSTONE CLOSES HIKING DESTINATION TO HIKE BANDWIDTH

Mt. Washburn Build-Out Shows Cell Service Trumps Massive Infrastructure Needs

GRAND TETON STEALTH PLAN FOR 11 NEW CELL TOWERS

Lawsuit Seeks Records Detailing Nation’s Largest Park Cellular Expansion

YOSEMITE’S ILLEGAL CELL TOWER NETWORK GROWS IN THE DARK

Call for National Review of Improper Park/Telecom Deals Cut Behind Closed Doors

YELLOWSTONE’S QUANDARY: HOW DO YOU FIX UGLY?

Plans for Scenic Mt. Washburn Must Prevent Further Damage to Historic Value