I agree with Barry, W2UP... If you want a certain height, then THAT is the
height you should apply for... If the powers-that-be see that you are
willing to accept a lower height, then they can refer to your willingness to
compromise as a weakness in your application. Do NOT, under any
circumstances indicate any height other than the height that you are willing
to accept. Of course, if they grant you a building permit for 65 feet, then
you had better be ready to purchase and install a 65 foot tower. Any less
and you will not be taken seriously in future applications.
73 and good luck, Larry - W1GOR
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry" <email@example.com>
To: <David@giuliani.org>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 30, 2003 11:09
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] draft letter in support of tower permit...
> In my opinion, it would be a mistake to state the height you want,
> and then state the height you'd be willing to accept. Don't make any
> concessions so quickly.
> Barry W2UP
> On 30 Aug 2003 K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
> > In a message dated 8/30/03 12:52:40 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> > David@giuliani.org writes:
> > > I'd appreciate any advice on a letter I'm about to send to my local
> > > authorities re applying for a building permit for my tower. I'd like
> > use
> > > your collective experience....
> Barry Kutner, W2UP Internet: email@example.com
> Newtown, PA Frankford Radio Club
> See: http://www.mscomputer.com for "Self Supporting Towers", "Wireless
Weather Stations", and lot's more. Call Toll Free, 1-800-333-9041 with any
questions and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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See: http://www.mscomputer.com for "Self Supporting Towers", "Wireless Weather
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