Looking to lease out property for Cellular use.

by David Middleton
(Cedar city , Utah)



I have two parcels of land. Both are located in southern Utah, approx 5 miles south of Cedar City. One is adjacent to I-15 and consists of 100 acres ( C/D ), The other is one mile off the freeway and will be bisected by a highway to be completed fall of 2015 and is 400 acres ( A/B ). Both are raw land, currently zoned agriculture and have access to electrical.

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Apr 13, 2015
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by: Anonymous

David Middleton
435-467- one - five - five - six
docdave (AT) beyondbb (dot) com

Apr 12, 2015
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by: Stephen

David - Tower Genius does not market these sites. However a lot of wireless industry folks read our website. Please provide them with your contact information as you went through the trouble of posting this.

Good luck.

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