How can I find out who is looking or needing cell tower locations?

by mickey
(ore city tx )

I have inherited some land in Columbia Louisiana. It has some high ground on it. My brother-in-law said he had been asked about putting a cell tower on this land about two years ago. He passed in 2009, and now have everything settled in the estate. I would like to know who and how to find any company needing sites.

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Feb 02, 2012
Getting a tower is very difficult
by: Stu Bogdanoff

Try this page: How to get a cell phone tower on your property. Submit your site to the carriers and tower developers a few times every year. If you annoy them enough, they may even get back to you.

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