Remove ATT Utility Block
We live in a rural area on 10 acres that had been designated as the future site of a residential development. We now own the entire property, with no plan to develop. We have a land line utility block on our property that we are trying to at least move if not eliminate altogether. It is not on an easement. The problem is that it is marked as being owned by Southern Bell- an entity that is now owned by ATT and it has an 800 phone number on it that now goes directly to 811. 811 has told us they do not locate nor in any way work with ATT lines. Any advice? Thanks!