old cell tower site

by Jesse
(Louisville, KY)

We have a LG&E electrical tower on our church property. About 10 years ago Sprint asked permission to travel across our property and install cell phone equipment on the existing LG&E towers. I believe they lease the right to install the equipment on the towers. They fenced in the towers at our request and landscaped around them and gave us a lump sum of I Believe $1100.00. They told us they would not do monthly leasing from us. They have been back many times to work on the equipment, and have damaged our property leaving ruts in our lawn from the trucks coming in. Should we be getting a monthly lease from them, and what about the damage? Is there any recourse? Thanks for your assistance. Jesse

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