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By Kelly Lienhard (July 28, 2022, 5:36 p.m. EDT) — Verizon Wireless will move forward with construction of a new wireless tower in a New York suburb after a federal judge upheld the giant’s claim telecommunications to hold community officials to an agreed construction despite the tower having different measurements than those originally agreed.

In an 18-page order on Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Nelson S. Roman granted Verizon’s request to enforce a consent order against the city of Rye, New York, its city council and a building inspector, allowing Verizon to install a new standalone tower. , called Unipole, on a building already owned by the company. But the court refused…

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