NEW HAMPSHIRE – Hampton condo owners irate over cell antennas
HAMPTON — Residents of a large Hampton Beach condominium complex have filed a complaint with the attorney general’s office as part of an effort to block the installation of cell antennas on the building. Members of the Sea Spray Condominiums’ board of directors claim developers Green and Co. didn’t apprise them of plans to have AT&T install 12 multiband panel antennas when they signed the public offering statement for their units. The residents also claim the first time they learned of the antennas was after they closed on their units, which is when they say Green and Co. amended the public offering statement to include the first mentions of antennas on the 83 Ocean Blvd. property.
“They feel that they were duped,” said John Cronin, a Manchester attorney representing some of the condominium residents. Potential radiation generated by the structures also have the residents concerned for their health and property values. Read more: