This is somewhat outside my field of expertise, but I will try to answer your question.
That is a typical example of a public demand. Many people are insisting on having mobile or Internet service that is dependent on a tower. However, it is difficult to decide where to place a tower because of aesthetic and environmental repercussions.
There are lots of concerns. The placement of the tower isn't decided by the government. That's a decision that's made by the company providing the service, and there is a process in place for consultation. Consultation doesn't always go as everyone would hope, so there is a tension, and we do see a lot of these letters.
It's something that we're going to face continually as the demand for the service grows. It necessitates placement of towers, and they need to be where the people are, which creates a fair number of tensions.