None - On Monday night, residents upset over the building of a cell tower near their DeKalb County neighborhood, plan to meet to discuss ways to prevent its construction.
The DeKalb County School Board voted to build the tower in July, but neighbors only recently found out about the plans after numerous fliers went out around their area.
Sean Farnon, who lives in the Briarcliff Heights community, tells Channel 2 Action News the tower would be located behind Margaret Harris Comprehensive School for the severely disabled.
"Why are they putting a cell phone tower on school property? In my opinion, it's underhanded and they're trying to go around local zoning laws," said Farnon.
T-Mobile apparently filed for an administrative permit which bypasses public input on zoning.
This latest tower would be the 159th cell tower within a four mile radius of their neighborhood.
"How many more do you need," asked one resident.
The DeKalb County School Board signed a contract with T-Mobile allowing them to build nine towers on school properties.
Atlanta, Cobb, and Fulton schools also have cell towers on some of its campuses.
The residents, who'll meet at 7 p.m., say they'll file a lawsuit if the tower is built.