AT&T cell tower

by Rob
(Vermont, USA)

My wife and I entered into a lease agreement with AT&T 3 years ago to build a tower on our land. All permits are in place, but at the last minute they shelved project, and as of yet have not indicated when (or if) they will resume. Is a this common a situation, and do we have any recourse?

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Oct 28, 2013
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by: Sean (Tower Genius)

Give us a call. You usually do not have any recourse but if there is still a need for a cell site in your area we might be able to find a tower company or other carrier who would be interested in your site.

Sean
Tower Genius

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