T-Mobile fights eviction from Pennsylvania cell tower over power bill

By Grace Dixon (June 24, 2022, 4:06 p.m. EDT) – Cell tower operator T-Mobile filed suit against the City of Pittsburgh Housing Authority in Pennsylvania state court, alleging that the municipal authority wrongly sought to cut a short 30-year lease, oust the operator and take control of the cell tower.

T-Mobile USA Tower LLC, through its attorney, CCTMO LLC, filed a lawsuit against the Allegheny County Housing Authority on Wednesday, challenging the city authority’s efforts to shut off power to the property and changing the locks after T-Mobile battled the authority’s claim that it owes $728,400 in unpaid bills.

“The [Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh] has…

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