What happened to "Freedom" and "Personal Property Rights"? Zoning
boards have gone way overboard. Where does control end? I keep hearing
this word "eyesore" thrown around. Well, I happen to find tall towers
quite beautiful. People pay money to fly to Paris and look at that
big "eyesore" called the Eiffel Tower. People pay millions of dollars to
buy homes in the San Francisco Marina district where they have a view
of the Golden Gate Bridge out the front door. I happen to think the color
of my neighbors house is an "eyesore", but I don't feel it is my right to
control everything they do. Who died and left "City Planners" in charge?
On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 07:56:32 -0700, Bill Turner wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Aug 2003 21:17:38 -0400, "Jerry Muller" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >This guy got off easy. I live in "Live Free or Die" New Hampshire and had to
> >spend over $25K in legal fees to protect three towers on six acres that are
> >almost invisible. (New Hampshire Supreme Court, Marchand v. Hudson)
> >Jerry, K0TV
> Seems to me that you're the one that got off easy. I can see the
> justification for one tower being necessary at a height of 75 feet or
> so, but I understand yours are 90 feet, right? And three of them?
> I'm all in favor of ham radio - been licensed for 46 years - but even
> I might think that's pushing the neighbors a bit.
> 73, Bill W7TI
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