|RECENT FEDERAL DECISIONS|
Two U.S. District Courts in California Uphold Local Agencies’ Authority to Deny Permits for Wireless Communication Facilities
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T-Mobile West Corporation v. City and County of San Francisco, ___F.Supp.2d___
Two U.S. District Courts recently granted summary judgments in favor of respondent cities with respect to the cities’ exercise of discretion to deny permits for wireless communication facilities.
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