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Fri, Jan 22, 2021 2:48 PM

Selling a part of my land for a new tower

I have a strip of land that is unusable for anything other than paying property taxes.  I would like to have a stronger reception in the area I reside in along  with the residents in the area. The out of towners come in and I've noticed a slower speed on my phone during the weekend and holidays.  Please let me know if this is possible. 

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Landowners who are interested in renting, leasing, or selling their land to AT&T for new towers should e-mail their requests to AT&T Mobility at Releaseadmin@att.com.

Landowners should include:
-Contact's name, number, address, and e-mail address
-Property address, city, state, and county
-Property size (acres or square feet)
-Latitude/longitude of site (if available)
-Map or survey (if available)


Note: Senders receive an e-mail confirmation that their request has been received, but do not receive further responses from the Lease Administration Group unless we are interested in their property site

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2 years ago

other option(s)

https://www.airwaveadvisors.com/blog/cell-tower-companies/

Once approved by local zoning & gov't a conventional tower takes 6 to 12 months to go on the air, with lots of variables. Deployments on an existing structure are usually faster. Microcells on poles in existing right of way with local fiber access available can go up in a few months.

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