Adjacent landowner impact

I am proposing to build a water tower that might block the transmission of a cell tower. Are there any rights and/or restrictions on adjacent uses if there is a cell tower lease in place?

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Aug 29, 2013
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by: Tower Genius

I can't see why it would be a problem. It's America, kind of semi free country still. Oh, who are we kidding. Unless the planning commission blocks you, the carriers will need to raise the tower height or if you are lucky they might relocate over to your water tower.

In places like NYC where the skyline is constantly changing they deal with this sort of thing all the time, it's the cost of doing business for the carriers.

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