How much land is needed for a tower?

by Christina
(Starks louisiana usa)

How much actual ground / land is necessary for a tower? If property zoning permits the structure, is it safe to live in close proximity to the tower?

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May 09, 2018
Reply to stephen
by: Christina

You and Krispy Kreme got me laughing, and I thought this was all serious business, so off I go to find someone to pay me for their tower :)

May 08, 2018
Amount of space needed for cell tower...
by: Stephen

Some municipalities will require structures be outside of the cell tower "fall zone", especially if you live in a wind prone region. I would not be concerned about living in proximity to a tower. There are much worse things one could live close to that can impact your health, like a Krispy Kreme donut shop.

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