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A proposed deal with Verizon Wireless and the Town of Bronson appears to be on shaky ground.
Verizon representatives approached the town in October, requesting that the company be allowed to rent a portion of town-owned property at James H. Cobb Park where Verizon would construct a cell phone tower.
The company had offered to pay $1,000 a month with an additional 2 percent fee tacked on each year. The initial proposal was a 25-year contract, bringing in an estimated $384,000 during that time.
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