Cell tower lease payments made to whom????

by chester
(seattle, wa.)

Dear Genius,

I am the new owner of the property at 303 E. 14th Avenue, Spokane,
Washington 99202.. I have a lovely cell tower on the roof of my building. The electric power for said cell tower is paid by Sprint.

My question is, of course, who is the lessor of this cell tower.
Certainly not me, nor the individual I purchased the building from!



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Mar 02, 2017
by: Stephen

I think they may have subleased to a company called Clear Wire which is a subsidiary of Sprint.

Contact the Spokane building department and send them a box of donuts -- that usually goes a long way with unmotivated government employees so you can get to the bottom of who has pulled permits at this location.

Let me know what you find.


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