adding e-991 omni antennas to site

by mark
(San Francisco)

We are landlords of an urban property with a cell site lease. T-Mobile has recently added an additional 2 omni antennas on our roof which is not part of their "premises". They didn't notify us and we didn't give consent to use our roof. They claim they don't need to for e-911.
Any experience with this?

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Nov 20, 2014
by: Stephen

It's called lying on behalf of the government, happens all the time.

Next thing you know they will be building a fireproof surveillance listening room and mini data center on your rooftop with a Starbucks concession for e-911.

Please call us. We need to look at the lease, specifically at the USE provision and your lease exhibits.

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