This decision comes at a time when people are more connected to their phones than ever before. If this new ordinance were not in place, a major earthquake could have devastating consequences for those that might be trapped and unable to reach out for help. In addition, cities and businesses rely heavily on their cell service to restore their infrastructure after a disaster. Having these new requirements in place will certainly assist in communication during the rebuilding process, if and when a major earthquake should occur.
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