51 Federal Communications Law Journal 887 (1999)
Given the increasing prominence of wireless communications within the broader realm of technological advancement, the deployment of a national infrastructure capable of meeting the demands of PCS is critical. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 takes substantial steps to ensure the expeditious deployment and ultimate success of such technology. The spur of the 1996 Act is necessary to bring otherwise disinterested communities to the table with providers. While the 1996 Act greatly enhances the position of service providers as they deal with local communities, education and cooperation between federal, state and local governments, and service providers offer the greatest potential for effective resolution of problems. States and municipalities working with providers in the crucible of their jurisdictions continue to develop innovative solutions to the complex issues that they face. As a result, their profound contributions have and will continue to advance the communications revolution.
Tuesley, Malcolm J.
"Not in My Backyard: The Siting of Wireless Communications Facilities,"
Federal Communications Law Journal:
3, Article 16.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol51/iss3/16