FIGHT IT.........well worth the effort, things like this tend to set
precendence for others. Find a good ham lawyer through the ARRL. I know
it's alot to go through, and others may comment on this, but YOU own the
property and have the RIGHT to put up what you want. I'm not rich, but if
they did this to me, i'd follow them to the end of the earth. Why make do
At 03:41 PM 5/27/97 -0700, Spinosa@sirius.com wrote:
>Fellow Tower Talkians,
>Some of you may recall my saga with the city of Concord,
>It went something like this: I applied for a "use" permit
>and was denied. I scaled everything down (to 24ft.) and
>applied for a Building Permit. Today, that was denied.
>I wish I could say it has been a fun journey, but it
>hasn't. I'm fresh out of alternatives now. The Building
>Permit was denied because the "new" official
>interpretation of the ordinance says that no accessory
>structures can be more than 16ft. in height.
>I started back in September of 1996. I'm tired. This
>should just about wrap it up for me. Of course, legal
>action is always possible, but my resources (and optimism)
>are running a bit low just now... Maybe one day!
>A big THANKS to all the reflectorites who have been so
>informative and supportive to me over the past 6-7 months.
>Steve, K7LXC, runs the best reflector on the internet,
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