New York City to consider cell phone antennas on school roofs

New York City Schools Chancellor Harold Levy will propose leasing school roof space for cell-phone antennas to raise bundles of cash. The antenna plan was proposed several years ago, but shelved following criticism of potential health risks from radiation emissions. But a board attorney says the health concerns are unfounded and school officials want to move ahead with what could be a lucrative venture. Some parents expressed safety concerns.

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