Don't know much of anything about cell tower leasing

by Jim Prugh
(Lakewood, Colorado)

Rear of 105 N Main

Rear of 105 N Main

I will be approaching AT&T about installing a rooftop cell cite (or possibly a tower) on my property in downtown Lindsborg, Kansas 67456. If you go to the AT&T coverage map, you will see that their coverage is quite poor. This poor coverage extends throughout the town, including a 4-year college (Bethany College) located at the north end of this town of 3400. Lindsborg is a tourist center, including many foreign visitors. The topography of Lindsborg is flat, as one would assume, except for some hills several miles west of town. This might be a better location for a tower, but I don't know who owns the hill. In addition, there is a WPA structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places on this hill and they might fight against a nearby tower.
I plan to submit this site to AT&T on my own, providing them with the information they need. My property manager in Lindsborg will be sending the forms to me soon. The site would be a rooftop tower on a historic building at the rear. The building in question is to the right of the chimneys. I believe that the concrete pad is on my property. It is adjacent to a paved alley. The cell cite cannot be visible from Main Street (the opposite side of this building).
Thanks for your assistance.

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Jul 27, 2012
I hope you get an ATT tower up in Lindsborg
by: Lindsborgian

I hope you get an ATT tower up in Lindsborg. We are a ginormous deadzone. I vote for the tower on your roof. Thank you.

Jun 06, 2011
Concealment Camoufalge
by: Peabody Concealment

Proposing a new tower in a downtown area can receive quite a bit of resistance from the community and city officials. As ironic as it is, everyone wants additional cellular coverage but don't want another cell tower visually polluting their city and homes. It has been proven that when proposing a tower to be built in a downtown area with a concealment to hide of camouflage you will have a higher success rate in getting approval. Concealments are built out of durable fiberglass material that is RF friendly, wont hinder the towers signal strength, can can be built to match any existing architecture type or environment. For more information you can click the "Concealed Sites" link located on the toolbar to the left near the bottom, or by visiting

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