10 acre lease for cell tower

Why would a t and t want to lease 10 acres for a cell tower?

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Oct 27, 2017
by: Margie

Thank you very much for your answer to my question. That helps me a whole lot.

Oct 27, 2017
Guyed Wire Tower
by: Stephen

AT&T probably wants to build a guyed wire tower. They are out of their minds with the 10 acres however. They need an area for the tower and equipment , usually 50x50' to 100x100' . Just tell them that they can lease the additional space where the concrete anchor foundations will be and include the overhead wires. You don't want them controlling the entire parcel , especially if you are farming it or it's for livestock.

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