Neighbor Jared Waxman was one of the opponents, personally filing an appeal against the zoning administrator's approval of the tower to the City Council and raising the $500 fee. Waxman wasn't ready to take any credit for the change, but said it was a relief.
Boyer wouldn't attribute the decision to neighborhood concerns, saying it was "a combination of different things" and "just not the right timing."
Not wanting to guarantee there would not be another cell tower deal on the church's property, Boyer said, "I can never say never."
"We decided that at this time the deal is dead," Boyer said. "The company we were in conversation with has moved on."
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