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  • Clover residents against cell tower to receive new hearing

    Judge ruled Clover residents against a new 180-foot cell tower near their homes are entitled to a new zoning hearing after five months of fighting the tower. A resident said in court Thursday it was not possible for him to get a fair hearing from zoning board or town officials because of an improper vote.

Judge ruled Clover residents against a new 180-foot cell tower near their homes are entitled to a new zoning hearing after five months of fighting the tower. A resident said in court Thursday it was not possible for him to get a fair hearing from zoning board or town officials because of an improper vote.
Judge ruled Clover residents against a new 180-foot cell tower near their homes are entitled to a new zoning hearing after five months of fighting the tower. A resident said in court Thursday it was not possible for him to get a fair hearing from zoning board or town officials because of an improper vote.

Judge: Clover residents’ fight against cell tower back to square one

March 24, 2016 4:31 PM