Communities across the US are objecting to small cell sites in residential areas over concerns of aesthetics, property values and health according to the Wall Street Journal. Cities and towns in Northern California are issuing ordinances that would exclude the 5G cell sites from residential areas, citing supposed health concerns.

Mill Valley, an upscale town in Northern California’s Marin County, was among one of the first communities to object to the small-cell 5G wireless towers within town limits last year. Residents claim that the pizza box-sized small cell antennas which are placed on utility poles close to homes, could become a health issue and potentially damage property values in the future.

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