07.07.2003 12:00 AM
No Decision on Lookout Mountain TV Towers for Denver Broadcasters
Rocky Mountain News reported that a 13-hour public hearing with the Jefferson County Commissioners Tuesday on a proposed TV tower for Lookout Mountain failed to produce a decision on the fate of the tower. The article by Owen S. Good, 780 minutes of hearings on 730-foot TV tower, said hundreds signed a list opposing the tower, which would consolidate antennas from three existing towers and provide space for new DTV antennas for Denver's three major network affiliates. One group rolled out 730 feet of yellow tape at the Jefferson County government center "to dramatize the tower's size."

See 780 minutes of hearings on 730-foot TV tower for more information on the hearing and protests.


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