City Councilors on Thursday night approved two measures — a new zoning ordinance and an amendment to existing regulations on small-cell wireless facilities — both of which have been subject to considerable debate among Keene residents.

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winnie roth

This is the beginning of the end for Keene and for NH. You just voted for the environment to get way worse, for housing costs to go way up, and in favor of 'developers' instead of the natural beauty that attracts people to the state to begin with. Someone run against some of these people making all these votes!!

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