CTIA Statement on Joint Release of Model Ordinance and Checklist to Streamline Wireless Infrastructure Deployment
Following the joint release of the model ordinance and checklist to streamline wireless infrastructure deployment, I said:
“Continuing CTIA’s long tradition of working cooperatively with our local government partners, we are pleased to announce our joint release of materials with the National Association of Counties, National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, National League of Cities and PCIA-The Wireless Infrastructure Association to help streamline the siting of wireless infrastructure. This is an important step in the implementation of the FCC’s reform from last Fall that will facilitate and expedite mobile deployment and help enhance Americans’ mobile connected lives.
“The model ordinance and checklist for reviewing wireless facilities requests , coupled with further collaboration and education efforts among our organizations, will help expedite wireless infrastructure investment and deployment, minimize the burden on location authorities and provide consumers with additional advanced services in a more efficient and effective manner.
“We greatly appreciate our local government partners and PCIA for their collaborative effort and thank the FCC, particularly Commissioner Mignon Clyburn for her leadership in ensuring that the FCC’s reforms provide local government the tools to effectively expedite wireless deployment.”
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