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Re: Movement atop WBZ-TV tower

>On Sun, 21 May 2000 lglavin@lycosmail.com wrote:
> > About two months ago, I noticed that the top-mounted
> > TV antenna for channel 4 on Cedar St Needham was
> > missing, but channel 4 was available to all. ...  Now some sign of 
> progress is apparent;
>At 12:01 AM 5/22/00 -0400, Rob Landry wrote:
>I've been following the disassembly of the top section of the tower for
>some time now; ... I understand the tower
>will be about 100 feet taller than it used to be.
>Channel 4 may be running from its auxiliary antenna on the short tower;
>I've no idea what Channels 2, 5, and 44 are doing.
Bill Piacentini writes:
I noticed on Sunday(5/21/00) that Channel 44 was effectively radiating a 
pittance of its usual power.
Takin' it Easy99.1,
Bill Piacentini
As we close the 20th Century A.D. with one last year (2000) let me join 
with my favorite radio station locally-owned WPLM-FM 99.1 with perhaps the 
largest playlist in the free world playing a unique blend of great music by 
great artists in wishing everyone success in this its second year of its 
unique format!