- The AT&T Tech lives about 2 hours from the site,
and he was contacted by Conyers. Conyers took
the alarm as a low pressure alarm.
As of this past week, there is a new response
protocol, and by email each site tech is being
tasked to turn in by 29 Sept 2006 an updated
list of emergency contacts including law
enforcement per site.
They even are working on sites that sold to
ATC and include a leaseback for the AT&T
As a side note, in order to rebuild the waveguide,
AT&T had to go and strip some other sites that
were no longer active for some of the components.
----- Original Message -----
From: "s92187" <tmichaels@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2006 7:39 AM
Subject: [coldwarcomms] Re: waveguide thefts at Utah towers
> What I find puzzling about this is, why didn't AT&T immediately
> investigate the resulting interruption in traffic through that site,
> instead of waiting for a report from a third party alarm company?