At 2:16 AM -0800 4/1/98, Douglas Bradford wrote:
>Stan Griffiths wrote:
>Sounds to me like the above section prohibits cordless phones and certainly
>cell phones anywhere in the subdivision. My approach would be to suggest
>that the new rules are way too restrictive, but do not give the cordless
>phone or cell phone examples. If the other side wins and the rules go into
>effect, you will have a way to make life miserable for them as you constanly
>file complaints against cell phones and cordless phones. I think cordless
>garage door openers and certain burgular alarm systems would be prohibited
>as well. Probably most remote contol units too. No kid may play with a toy
>radio controlled car, etc. etc. They're nuts. I'd let them put their foot
>deeply into their mouth and then expose their ignorance.
>All of what Stan said is true. Perhaps and I doubt if I could let it
>go by, wud be to let it pass and then become #1 comlainer. I just
>don't know how far u could go but the way it is written.
I would be very very careful about letting the rules pass and then plan on
complaining about them. The "Architectural Committee" could issue a
blanket exeption covering all cell phones and low power consumer devices,
leaving the restrictions in place for everything else.
Dick Flanagan W6OLD CFII Minden, Nevada DM09db (South of Reno)
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