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GRAND TETON - PARK HIDES CELL TOWER PLANS FROM PUBLIC, ENVIRO GROUP SAYS

From: Greenwire

“"We're not against cell towers per se," said PEER Executive Director Jeff Ruch. "We want to make sure they don't needlessly sacrifice park values such as serenity,…

GROUP: PUBLIC IN DARK ABOUT CELL TOWER PLANS IN GRAND TETON

From: US News & World Report

“ Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility says it obtained a document through the Freedom of Information Act detailing the plan at the foot of…

WITHHELD TETON PARK RECORDS EARN LAWSUIT

From: Jackson Hole News and Guide

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, is alleging a violation of the Freedom of Information Act relating to a June request for…

YELLOWSTONE OFFICIALS SAY ADDING ANTENNAE TO MOUNT WASHBURN FIRE LOOKOUT WOULD HAVE NEGATIVE IMPACT

From: Yellowstone Insider

“The determination that the Mt. Washburn proposal would have an “adverse” visual effect was included in a letter from Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk to…

WIRELESS UPGRADE WOULD GIVE YELLOWSTONE A BLACK EYE: ENVIRONMENTALISTS

From: New York Times

“"The summit of Mt. Washburn has been the biggest destination for hikers and now it's going to be like hiking to a telecommunications bunker," PEER head Jeff Ruch…


News Releases

YELLOWSTONE CLOSES HIKING DESTINATION TO HIKE BANDWIDTH

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

YELLOWSTONE’S QUANDARY: HOW DO YOU FIX UGLY?

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

NEW YELLOWSTONE CELL COVERAGE TO SWAMP BACKCOUNTRY

3-Sided Lattice Tower, 7 New Microwave Dishes to Encrust Historic Mt. Washburn

YELLOWSTONE PLOTS BANDWIDTH EXPLOSION

New Towers and Major Facility Expansion Violate Laws and Park Service Policies

YELLOWSTONE BACKCOUNTRY BLANKETED WITH CELL COVERAGE

Remotest Corners Now Connected Despite Park Promises of Limited Coverage