Ranch in Jackson Hole May Add Cell Tower to its Tree Landscape

A new cell tower may soon be added to the largest deeded ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Snake River Ranch. Planned to be disguised as a pine tree, the 80-foot cell tower proposal has been issued to the county planners by AT&T. As a stealth tower, it would blend in with the surrounding trees, while providing improved wireless coverage to area consumers. “The proposed tower meets Teton County’s goal of a vibrant community by enhancing cellphone service to ensure personal and community safety,” states a Planner from Teton County.

pine treeThe owners of Snake River Ranch must seek proper representation to assist them throughout the mobile tower lease negotiation process, if the tower does win approval. Many landowners are being paid below-market value for the use of their property. The primary reason for this is the lack of information and representation provided for these entities. Ample information and representation from cell tower consultans are key factors these industries need in order to optimize the use of their properties by the telecom giants like AT&T.


Speak Your Mind


Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Meet me in Google+ | by: Helix SEO, IncSEO Service + SEO Web Design