Is Mayor TenHaken investing in 5G while taxpayer’s foot the bill?

I know I have asked this question in the past, and I continue to not get many answers from sources or the media. I have asked the local media on several levels to look into this. Crickets. I would think this would be very easy to look into with their resources.

Like I said, it is hard to connect the final dots, but I do know a couple of things that should be looked at;

• TenHaken’s father could have connections with his electrical supply company in Minnesota (I haven’t been able yet to prove he is supplying local contractors with 5G equipment).

• Is TenHaken investing in property that has 5G towers on it? (this is also a big question, because I am uncertain what property he owns and where these towers are going).

• Senator Thune helped TenHaken push this thru. It is a FACT that Thune has received over $1,000,000.00 dollars from the telecom industry in campaign donations. That speaks for itself.

Like I said, I’m having trouble putting the final puzzle pieces together and I beg our local media to start asking questions.

When some people question my question about 5G investment, I often tell them the same thing, “The previous mayor invested in developments thru his wife while he was mayor and you can’t tell me that our current mayor is living off of $100K a year and change with 4 dependents? He has ‘side’ investments, and I’m just curious what they are.”

So is the taxpayer’s investments in 5G in this community beneficial to them or beneficial to the man in the corner office? Good question.

I may be completely wrong, and I have been in the past, but unless we ask the questions and look into it we will never know. It would be even better if TenHaken would just disclose his possible connections.

I would love to see our lazy ass media in town to start asking those questions. Maybe they slip it in between the stories about rain sprinkles, food trucks and golf tournaments.



4 comments ↓

#1 kurtz on 09.09.20 at 7:56 am

Citing a bogus study Spearditch transplant, John Dale insists 5G is a commie plot designed for mass mind control. Looks like he might be on to something. Ten Hacker likes mass mind control.

#2 LJL on 09.09.20 at 9:32 am

Lets pretend your the media. What questions would you ask the mayor?

#3 D@ily Spin on 09.09.20 at 1:02 pm

Cellular is a public utility. 5G is high volume high speed Internet. It’s not phone but data. The problem is that it benefits big business, not the general population. Nonetheless, it comes under the telecom act. We, the people, will sponsor it without much benefit. TenHaken can officially support and expedite it. However, hardware and monopole lease locations are independent commerce. The mayor cannot profit from exclusive arrangements.

#4 l3wis on 09.09.20 at 5:30 pm

I would ask him if he is investing any money with the project, whether that is with electrical supplies, real estate or with the company installing the towers. I think him and all of the councilors should have to sign a disclosure about the 5G installation.