What issues could there be?

Verizon has contacted our non-profit and is looking to place a 140' tower on our property. Lease is $10,000 per year with a 10% increase every 5 years. 50'x50' fenced area is what they need plus access.

Seems pretty straight forward to me. If we are ok with the offered lease rate, I don't see where the issues are.

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Feb 26, 2013
Do you want to be a good steward of the funds or a great steward?
by: Tower Genius

Their offer stinks. Please call us to discuss pre-leasing strategies. I will give you a free consultation as you are a scouting organization.

Hate to see them rip off kids.

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