My land is better than my neighbor, who has been approached by Verizon for a cell phone tower.

by Vincent
(Uniontown, PA 15401)

My neighbor is in the process of leasing property to Verizon for a communication tower.

My property joins his property and consists of 3 acres. I would like to sell, or lease, my land to Verizon. MY LAND HAS BETTER PUBLIC ROAD ACCESS THAN THAT OF MY NEIGHBOR.

The Office of Planning, Zoning and Community Development, Fayette County, PA. forwarded a letter stating the Hearing Board has scheduled a hearing for March 30th to request the Board to grant a Use Variance for a communication tower.

I would like to talk to a Verizon Representative in order
to discuss the possibility of leasing/selling my property to Verizon.

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Apr 18, 2016
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Land owner
by: Michael D

My land is uphill from my neighbors. The site is ideally located to meet several needs. I'm a HAM radio operator so I'm not bullsh##ing you. My neighbor has a cell tower that is in a hole. If you put your array on my ground, it would still be 100 feet above his tower! That's no bull.

Apr 17, 2016
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Guerilla Marketing for Cell Towers
by: Stephen

Vincent... you need to think like a cell tower guerilla.

1. Write letters to your mayor and to each of the Planing Board members and tell them you have a much better site and were not contacted. It literally could be that the Site Acquisition representative is lazy or new at the job.

2. Also, contact Verizon Wireless. Their Landlord Help Desk Number is 866-862-4404. Tell them you have a better site.

3. Write an editorial in your local "shopper" or community newspaper or "Patch" website.

4. Go get some "Bandit Signs" printed and stick them on your lawn. (www.Banditsigns.com) These are the guys that make the annoying "we buy houses" signs. Get one in bright yellow that says, HEY VERIZON, I WANT A CELL TOWER. (with your phone number)

Does this all sound crazy? Sure it does, but you want to get their attention and the tower could bring six or seven figures to the lucky landlord over the next 25-30 years.

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