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I am starting a project that will include building on one side of my house in which there are utility poles running through the property. After a survey I was told that the utility map did not show the poles with an easement or who owned the poles. I know them to be owned by Verizon because someone was here a few months ago checking pole integrity and I asked them who owned them. They don't actually have Verizon on them and now only run power. I need to find out about easement rights regarding the poles on my property. I do not have an actual Verizon account, so it seems impossible to call anyone and there is no direct service number for poles. Does anyone have an idea of who I can contact?
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