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Regional Planning for Broadcast Towers.

Anderson, Eric.

A form of land use that produces no odors, no water pollution, and no smoke and puts virtually no demand on municipal services is broadcast towers. The problems of air rights and regional planning for broadcast towers are explained. They have been around since the early days of radio in the 1920s and are still growing at the time of this 1989 article.

CURA Reporter
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Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
19 (4): 9-12.
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Reporter 19 (4)