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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 7:43 PM

Neighborhood Watch Camera - Flock - Pole help?

We have a Neighborhood Watch Camera currently in my yard with an OK picture, but I was told by Flock, the people who installed it, that it would work much better on the BellSouth Pole at the entrance ot the street. How do i get persmission for that? Its at the corner of Forestdale andHigh Point in Sandy Springs GA. It's labeled 0106 SB Co., 15K. I have a picture I can share. Thanks for whatever help you all can provide!

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4 years ago

Try this link for downed or obstructed lines.

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I looked there and it didn't seem to answer my question, but thanks very much!

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they dont allow any attachements on the poles, first tech that saw a camera on a pole they would remove it you would need to purchase tenany on the pole and they dont allow individual to purchase interest

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This is a security camera for the neighborhood so not an individual, if that helps?

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@Askguy sorry makes no difference. They still won’t allow it also if there’s power on the pole it’s owned by the electric company and At&t is just a tenant

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it’s a bellsouth pole so I assume they can provide access?

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1 year ago

What happens if the pole was not in a utility easement would I then have a rite to put camera on pole

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1 year ago

I have a situation where the pole is outside the utility easement can I put a camera up on that pole? It’s an old pole probably 4050 years ago but it’s definitely outside the easement. AT&T says I’m not allowed but I disagree. What are you guys think?

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1 year ago

See the topic you started here. Posting in multiple topic only confuses the issue, starting a new topic was the correct thing to do, especially since this topic is 3 years old. 

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1 year ago

Your not allowed 

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