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Procedure to get a ground pedestal moved for house addition

Hello,

 

What is the procedure for seeing if the ped can be moved? It's right on the corner of my house, and I'm planning an addition, which will go right over the ped. Also, it's in a terrible spot to begin with because every year my garden and yard gets torn up for a neighbor's cable. 

 

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Re: Procedure to get a ground pedestal moved for house addition

The pedestal is in a Comcast easement. You may not even be allowed to build on their easement. You may need an attorney.

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Re: Procedure to get a ground pedestal moved for house addition

Hi jcsharke -- It is possible to move a pedestal. If it is out of easement then we will move it without a cost to you. If it is within the easement then we can move but there would be an associated cost. Please send me a PM if you are interested in setting up a site survey to see what it would take to move it.

 

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