JEFFERSON: Companies holding back cell tower construction

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Nearly two years after a Jefferson County moratorium on construction of new cellular telephone towers was lifted, two approved towers have yet to be built.

Qwest has delayed erecting a proposed tower near the Hood Canal Bridge and Sprint appears to be holding back from building a tower in Brinnon.

Both towers were previously approved by the county Community Development office.

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