If getting permission for a tower is seen as impossible or nearly so, and
one goes ahead without permission, at least one has the tower for whatever
time it takes the powers that be to discover it and go through a process to
force its removal.
That might be years, which may be better than not having it at all. "Most
rules are only guidelines; one need not follow them blindly." Jerry K3BZ
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Michael Keane, K1MK
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 10:27 AM
Subject: RE: [Towertalk] yagis in trees
On Sun, 08 September 2002, Jerry Keller wrote:
> Sometimes it's easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for
True enough. Sometimes...
and at other times it can be totally demoralizing to be forced into
pulling down all of one's hard work.
There are many ways to skin a cat. But, as with the rules that might
apply, a successful strategy is going to be dictated primarily by local
practices. What works well in some locales can just as easily result in
greater heatburn than help if blindly emulated in others.
In such matters about the only generalization that one can rely upon is
that generalizations are not going to be applicable to every situation.
Michael Keane K1MK
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