temporarily move antennae for water tank refurbishment

by Carol Potter
(Portland, ME)


University of Southern Maine Gorham campus has T-Mobile cell towers mounted on watertank. Watertank will be refurbished starting May 2013. We would like to temporarily move cell towers for this project. I need a local network operations contact to coordinate with. Please advise.

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