As the need for equitable internet access becomes increasingly important to leaders, some cities are taking matters into their own hands and setting up municipally owned and operated networks.
Find a PDF of this release here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jessica Del Fiacco email@example.com, 612-540-5997 The FCC’s Small Cell Order Threatens Local Control Next Century Cities condemns the
On September 26, at the Federal Communications Commission’s open meeting, commissioners will vote on an order that will limit the roles of local policymakers in the deployment of fifth generation (5G) wireless infrastructure.
Cities across the country are staring down the barrel of technological progress. In some cases, the loss of local authority has left them with few options as to how things
Telecompetitor — Proposed FCC Small Cell Rules Would Limit Fees Cities Can Charge as 5G Rollouts Set to Begin
The FCC will vote later this month on new small cell rules aimed at hastening deployment of small cell wireless network infrastructure. Among other things, the FCC small cell rules
As small cell wireless equipment — those little cell service-spreading doohickeys attached to structures such as streetlights and utility poles — proliferates across the U.S., the National League of Cities
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Next Century Cities Sends Mayoral Letter to FCC in Defense of Local Decision-Making, Releases New Market Research on 5G, Smart City Deployments
Today, 36 local elected officials sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in defense of local decision-making around 5G investments, small cell deployment, and the use of public
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