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LAH Planning Commission considers new antenna policies (California)
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magine a Loma Prieta-grade earthquake in Los Altos Hills: The power is out, fires blaze, cellphone signals are jammed and emergency officials are spread thin - too thin.

"The only people you’re going to have left for communications is your ham radio operators," said Jim Abraham, city planning commissioner and Emergency Communications Committee co-chairman.


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