I have kind of an odd one here. Property owner has recently become disabled and requires a special vehicle for transporting his wheelchair. His property possesses a public utility easement in the form of a utility pole. The easement has been present for 20+ years. The property is located on an extremely narrow, single lane, county owned road. Directly across the street from the property is a privately owned fence. The property owner, literally cannot park the new vehicle on his property due to these restrictions. The utility company was contacted and they agreed to move the pole at a cost of approximately $14,000. The property owner even agreed to keep the easement as long as it was moved to a more preferred location, but the utility company quoted the same $14,000 price. Is there an interpretation of ADA legislation (or any other provisions) that we can leverage to relocate the easement.