July 9 – Online Edition

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After rejecting a resolution June 15 that would permit AT&T to construct a 5G telecommunications tower and facility along U.S. 56, Osage County Commissioners on Monday signed an amended resolution for the same, with the proposed tower site re-located approximately 500 feet east of the original site. Read about discussions surrounding the tower and other happenings in the Osage County Commission meeting in this week’s edition of The Herald-Chronicle, online now.
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