Digital phone service, also known as Personal Communication Systems (PCS), is becoming the preferred choice in wireless phone systems. PCS requires a communications transmittal network, which involves the placement of antennae about one mile apart. This report provides information about community reaction in other states to placing a wireless infrastructure in the right-of-way. It provides a general summary of the industry, a general summary of community reaction to wireless infrastructure placed in rights-of-way, and a summary of issues and topics related to community reaction to wireless infrastructure. The report includes a three-part bibliography that includes essential reading on the topic, items specific to the economic aspects, collocation, and aesthetics of wireless infrastructure, and other selected items that provide background information.