PITTSFIELD — Though signed, sealed and delivered, a new technical report on a Pittsfield cell tower’s operation isn’t likely to resolve public questions about the 115-foot monopole’s safety.

On Wednesday night, the city’s Board of Health is scheduled to discuss findings in a nine-page study the city commissioned this spring into levels of radio frequency radiation produced by a tower that began operating in September at the rear of an 877 South St. parcel. Since the Verizon Wireless device powered up, residents of the Alma Street area have questioned its safety and relayed anecdotal accounts of illness to city officials, including the City Council.

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