One of the largest companies in the world, shows up in one of the smallest towns on the East Coast, Dewey Beach, and installs without permits and poles violation of town height limits.
Dewey is a 390 winter resident beach town 2 hours outside Washington DC. Its assets and what bring people to town in the summers, are the beauty of its seascapes. And thats just what Verizon wants, placing 5g poles up without permits and without notice. Verizon avoids placing them on existing power and utility lines, but instead puts new poles on the street ends cost Verizon $100 for a ten year lease. Why, because who can stop them? (And there are many wrongful beliefs about what 5g is all about).