service road usage

by Joseph
(Zanesville, OH)

Verizon put a service Rd in to have access to tower location. As a landowner can I use that service /access road to gain access to my land to farm, maintain, fields, etc.?

Is there any restrictions for land owner as far as using that service road??


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Are they coming through your property?
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Whom do they have an access easement with?

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