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11870-71 (2003) Priscilla Bates is a 38-year resident
of Lookout Mountain. She reports her husband’s death
from throat cancer and also the number of dogs who have developed
non-Hodgkins lymphoma. She asks the county commission to put
the welfare and health of its constituents before the interests
of a private company.
R 11940 (2003)
Phil Hardy is a resident who points out the 97% opposition
to the tower among the Lookout Mountain residents. Because
his wife recently suffered a miscarriage, they are thinking
that they should move but worry about taking a big loss on
R 11809-12 (2003)
Wendy Hesse is a resident whose son was born with two birth
defects. In her testimony she notes the occurrences of tumors,
miscarriages, infertility and birth defects in her neighborhood
and questions if they are all just coincidences.
(2003) Paul Kopper is a resident who reports the brain tumors
suffered by his wife and his son. He opposes the supertower
proposal because as a limited liability corporation, the broadcaster
consortium cannot be held financially responsible for its
(1999) Susan Marcus is a resident who testifies about her
husband’s leukemia as well as her neighbors’ cancers
who also live in direct line with one of the existing broadcast
towers. One neighbor’s dog was treated for lymphoma.
(1999) Barry Rosenberg is a resident who has lost one child
to a rare disease. He asks the county commission to protect
the health of its citizens and to remember that nothing is
as important in life as one’s health.
R 11881 (2003)
Dave Sauer is a resident who testifies about RF interference
problems and his dog’s three cancerous tumors. He opposes
the supertower for the sake of the community’s health.
R 11725-27 (2003)
Craig Brown is a resident who testifies about the visual impact
of the supertower proposal. In a close examination of the
permit application he points out the significant net increase
in face area of the tower and supporting structures. Therefore,
the proposal does not comply with the Central Mountains Community
Plan. His testimony includes PowerPoint
R 11907-07 (2003)
Carlo Kopf is a resident whose testimony points to the language
of the goal of the Central Mountains Community Plan which
is “to protect life, property and the environment from
adverse impacts of natural and man-made hazards.” He
urges the county commission not to trade off potential health
risks for television viewing.
(1999) and R 11871-72
(2003) Eugenie Roscoe is a resident of Lookout Mountain since
1969. She points out that the broadcasters’ technical
problems are theirs to solve and are not in the job description
of a county commissioner. The responsibility of the elected
commissioners is to protect the health, welfare and property
rights of the citizens who elected them.
(2003) Marston Shelton is a resident who speaks for himself
and on behalf of his parents who are 50-year residents of
Lookout Mountain. The elementary school that is located closest
to the tower site is named in honor of them. They ask the
county commission to deny the supertower proposal so that
the school which bears their name will not have the dubious
distinction of being one of the most environmentally dangerous
schools in Colorado.
R 11980 (2003)
Brian Smith is a resident who testifies about the expense
of mitigating the RF exposure to his home and reports that
their dog acquired lymphoma at an early age.
(1999) Lee Todd is a resident who testifies about the expense
of trying to shield their computer, television and stereo
from RF interference. She reports that after 27 ½ years
of living at this location her husband died of brain cancer.
Their home is in a direct line with the existing broadcast
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