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Subject: [TowerTalk] Tower Laws in New Hampshire?
From: rjbro@MISNET.COM (Richard J Brown)
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 1998 19:39:51 -0600
While we are  on  a discussion of C&R, Does a 230 foot pier extending out into
the salt water of the intercoastal waterway  in Florida fall under the C&Rs of
the subdivision to which it is attached?  I had an atty check and he could find
two very old decisions.  One said yes, the other said no!!!.  The C&R, drafted 
the 1950s is silent on  this subject and is silent on  antennas.  I have had one
tower up in this subdivision since 1969 till 1980 with out any problem.. I still
own the house with the tower still up supporting inverted Vees  which  it is
rented.. The C&R ar up for renewal again in 2000..Plan to put some kind of ant 
the end of the pier to get the salt water effect...  Next question.. Would a 
boat anchored at the end of the pier in Fla waters  with a beam on the top of 
mast come under C&Rs????  Thanks Dick, W5AA

K7LXC wrote:

> In a message dated 98-03-31 11:04:02 EST, writes:
> >   No.  You must fill yourself in by going to Town Hall and
> >  PURCHASING a copy of the zoning bylaws, including the latest revisions.
> >  Never trust anyone else's word for what a bylaw says. And never take your
> >  legal advice from the lady behind the counter, or the building inspector.
> >   They are not on your side, may have never thought about the question,
> >  but still don't want to appear ignorant. After you've got the bylaw, then
> >  ask a VC how it compares with state law.
> >
>       Right on, Fred! Your advice is always grounded in reality.
>      ANYONE contemplating putting up a tower should read "Land Use Regulation
> of Amateur Radio Towers" by Dale Clift, NA1L, a lawyer. It's THE best article
> I've ever read on this topic. It's available for an SASE from TOWER TECH, Box
> 572, Woodinville, WA, 98072.
> Cheers,  Steve  K7LXC
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