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Firm Attorney Participates in Seminar on Recent Federal Communications Commission Order at 103 rd Annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference

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JAG SeminarDuring the 103rd annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference, firm attorney Edward Purcell, Esq. participated in a seminar on a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order related to municipal oversight over local rights-of-way. This seminar was a joint effort by the Jersey Access Group and the New Jersey State League of Municipalities.

As many municipalities are aware, more and more companies are seeking access to municipal rights-of- way for the placement of small wireless facilities. In response to lobbying by the wireless industry, the FCC’s recent report and order imposes substantive and procedural limitations on how towns can manage their rights-of-way. As described by Mr. Purcell, the recent FCC order requires towns to reevaluate how they manage their rights-of-way and what standards they apply to not only small wireless facilities, but also to other similar infrastructure along municipal roads. Mr. Purcell set forth some simple, common sense solutions for towns seeking to remain in control of their rights-of-way.

Mr. Purcell also spoke at the New Jersey Wireless Association’s luncheon which took place on Wednesday at the League. Mr. Purcell strived to explain to the industry what municipalities are concerned about in regards to the FCC’s recent order, how local concerns can be best met and how industry can best partner with towns to reach a mutually beneficial result.

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