These towers are going up and the cities don’t know which companies are building them? This is incredible.
But the FCC allows these towers to go in with almost no local approval. The FCC and FAA claim there are no proven links between 5G cell service and health effects, and say local residents have no reason to fear these new towers.
But Hamilton County Engineer Ted Hubbard told us a few months ago that even he, and other county officials are left in the dark.
“The ownership is a big question,” Hubbard said. “And I have asked that. We are having a hard time finding out who actually owns it.”
That means no one has publicly stated who owns the mysterious Cleves tower, or any of the others popping up across the Tri State. It has no company name on the base.
A Verizon corporate spokesman, David Weissmann, confirmed to WCPO that the company is installing 5G towers in the Cincinnati area — as he says one of the 30 cities that will soon have Verizon 5G service.
However, he said the strange Cleves tower “is not Verizon equipment.”
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