Featured In The Wall Street Journal: “People of 5G”

A farm in Barneston, Nebraska, is in the process of receiving zoning approval to have a new 235-foot cell tower constructed on part of its property. The tower would serve two purposes: to improve wireless coverage in the area, as well as house county emergency communication equipment. According to a representative from the tower company, “Highway coverage is very important now because people are constantly on their phone. The lack of landlines in the area also pushed the need for a cell tower.”

Has the landowner received a fair proposal for the multi-purpose use of his farming land? Vertical Consultants can work to negotiate terms that establish rights that are beneficial to the landowner while limiting the obligations that same party may have under that same agreement, or more to the point get the most and give up the least. A property owner’s first step will need to be to establish “True Value” of its site and go from there.