From: Hare,Ed, W1RFI (email@example.com)
> Now if your lot is so small that your tower can fall
> on your neighbors house/yard, then they have a right
> to stop you. :-)
Many of the lots that have CC&Rs probiting antennas are far from small. And
the real problems are not even that they permit towers; most CC&Rs even
prohibit the wire in the trees.
Now, it is argued by some that people have a choice about where to live and
in accepting the CC&Rs. In some areas of the country, the Northeast being
an example, hams do indeed have a choice. But in many areas, all recent
development that is any reasonable drive to and fro work has CC&Rs. Is it
really a "choice" to have to live in an older home, with all of its
associated maintenance problems, or have to live a 2-hour drive from work?
Ed Hare, W1RFI
ARRL Laboratory Supervisor
225 Main St
Newington, CT 06111
ARRL Web: http://www.arrl.org
ARRL Technical Information Service: http://www.arrl.org/tis/
From: Ron, KU7Y [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2000 9:45 PM
To: Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion
Subject: Fox and CC&R's
Just a little observation......
When I had that Force 12 on the 85' tower, if I called the Fox more than 3
or 4 times using 250 mW and didn't get him, I would go look to see if the
antenna was still there.
Now, running the full 5w into the High Sierra Screwdriver mounted on the RV,
if I even get the Fox I do the happy dance! Wheeeeee.....I got another Fox
And the real thing that is wrong with CC&R's is that they
limit/restrict/prohibit anything! What ever happened to owning your own
property or freedom?? Now if your lot is so small that your tower can fall
on your neighbors house/yard, then they have a right to stop you. :-)
See how easy life is when you don't let the facts get in your way?
OK, back in my hole.....
cul, Ron KU7Y
Full time RVing somewhere in the West!
(Currently near Quartzsite, AZ)
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