Ashalnd, Ore. — Protesters gathered today outside city offices in Ashland demanding the stop of a Verizon 5-g tower installation.
The tower is to be added to the roof of the science building in Southern Oregon University but the protesters are worried about the strong electronic impulses from the tower.
The protesters believe it has a direct correlation with neurological health issues.
The city of Ashland told us they have the appeal however, it has not determined if the grounds justify stopping the tower installation.
"Today we are submitting an appeal and the appeal basically addresses that the approval permit that they already granted there is a 10-day period in which citizens have a right to appeal the decision."
Protest leader, Kelly Marcotolli told news 10.