WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors expect to decide at their next meeting whether to approve a proposal for six cellular telecommunications antennas to be affixed to a water tank in Rouzerville, Pa.
The supervisors hosted several hours of discussion in Monday's continuation of a public hearing regarding Sprint PCS antennas proposed by Shenandoah Personal Communications Co./Shentel.
Matters concerning cell phone towers and equipment have dominated the supervisors' time in recent months. A few plans to improve wireless coverage in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., have been submitted for consideration.
"This should be a priority of the township. You need to get cell service in there and you need to get it now," said Stanley Besecker, who lives in the Woodcrest housing development