Getting a little far afield, but re the airplane thing, the crybabies
usually win, and the airports have to use noise abatement procedures
and/or 'quiet hours'.
Rick Bullon wrote:
>> On Mon, 31 Dec 2001 21:53:52 -0700 Stu Greene wrote
>> The right and in my opinion legally correct way to decide ARRL's
>> petition would have been to say this. " CC&Rs are contracts between
>> of property in a subdivision, and as such have created property rights
>> with which we cannot interfere."
>> It has been suggested by others and I agree that if hams want to install
>> towers they need to check CC&Rs as well as zoning before they buy. Then
>> it's decision time for the buyers.
> Bravo Stu this is what I have been trying to get across but everyone
> keeps lumping CC&R's and city anti-antenna ordinances in to the same
> group. They are not the same with CC&R's you agree to the restrictions
> and knew what you were getting into. With city anti-antenna ordinances
> you don't know about them till you try to put up an antenna then you
> use PB-1 to fight it
> It is like people who buy houses near a commercial airport knowing it
> is there then trying to get the airplanes to stop flying over their
> homes or complaining about the noise and trying to get the city to put
> a stop to it.
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