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Who would I need to contact to have the telephone moved a few feet north of my driveway? The pole obstructs the view of oncoming southbound traffic when backing out of my driveway.
May depend on who owns the pole.
is there a plate on it saying if it belongs to power company or Verizon?
I would be prepared for whoever owns it to charge you to move it.
I am having the same issue with a pole obstructing the view from my driveway. I was wondering if you had any success contacting Verizon for resolution of your issue and any suggestions you can provide?
The pole outside my house that has the fios cabling has a tag that says it belongs
to Light and Power Co.
Call Your local PD with your pole tag info and ask them for a phone number they know exactly whom to call in your area.
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