Homeowner resistance

by Robert
(Oxford, Mississippi)

I have 372 acres. Part is next to an existing subdivision but outside the city limits. Am I likely to be resisted by the county government?
Do you actively consult in Mississippi?

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Feb 26, 2013
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Don't worry.
by: Tower Genius

We get many calls and have worked with many cell tower landlords in Mississippi. Most county land has no zoning. Don't worry about neighborhood resistance. As soon as your tower is built they will find something else to complain about.

You can always make up "Free Govt. Phone" directional bandit signs and hire some college kids for beer money to post them near city hall if they give you a hard time.

Tower Genius :-)
888-313-9750

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