The town of Harvard, with all of its hills and hollows, has become legendary for its abysmal and capricious coverage for cellular phones, whether Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile. My house is in one of those hollows, on the other side of Codman Hill from a tower erected to service Interstate 495 callers. One can occasionally get a weak cellular signal outside my house on a clear sunny day. With a longtime refusal to defile its character with a cell tower at a high vantage point, will Harvard ever have acceptable cellular coverage? Other area towns have actually survived cell towers in their midst.