Does FastBridge Fiber have permission to be on private properties?

FastBridge Fiber, as a public utility, holds a Certificate of Public Convenience granted by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. This certification legally permits FastBridge to access and use public utility easements on properties as necessary for network construction and service provision. These easements, typically established during initial neighborhood development, may be located along streets, sidewalks, front yards, rear lot lines, between lots, or in back alleys. Please note: Because FastBridge holds a Certificate of Public Convenience that was granted by the PA Public Utility Commission, Muhlenberg Township does not have any regulatory powers as they relate to the installation or the service provided by FastBridge.

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1. How long does construction take to complete in a neighborhood?
2. Can the construction process be explained?
3. Why was a particular area chosen for building?
4. What Exactly are Easements and Right-Of-Ways?
5. How Will FastBridge Utilize Easements & Right-Of-Ways?
6. Does FastBridge Fiber have permission to be on private properties?
7. Is it possible for property owners to opt out of having fiber installed on their property?
8. Will FastBridge Fiber restore properties to their pre-construction state?
9. How will cleanup and restoration be handled?
10. Can service be signed up for even while construction crews are still working in a neighborhood?