Some residents are complaining about spotty and slow cell phone service in the Lake Anne area of Reston.
The issue may be related to the removal of a cell phone telecommunications facility on the old Lake Anne Fellowship House, which is slated for demolition, according to Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn.
Local officials are trying to find a short-term solution and ultimately a spot for a long-term antenna location.
“I understand this is a frustrating situation and my office is doing what we can to help facilitate a quick resolution,” Alcorn wrote in a statement.
Verizon and AT&T did not immediately return requests for comment from FFXnow.
Finding a spot for antennas has been a tough sell in the area.
Earlier this year, concerns about incompatibility with the area prompted Site Link Wireless to withdraw a plan for six antenna on the roof of Heron House, a 15-story condominium building at the center of Lake Anne Village Center.
The facility at Lake Anne Fellowship House was used by Verizon Wireless and other providers. A spokesperson for T-Mobile said the company had not flagged any issues with service in the area.
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