|Subject:||Re: [TowerTalk] RF exposure and my neighbor|
|From:||"Alan C. Zack" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Mon, 28 Jun 2004 19:55:48 -0700|
Did you get a bldg permit when putting up the tower? With a permit
you have some protection that the city inspected and approved the
tower, without a permit, if enough people complained, you might have a
problem with the city.|
When I got my bldg permit I asked just for the heck of it, what would had happened had I not gotten a permit. I was told everything probably would be fine, but if a neighbor complained, I would have to go thru the permit process in reverse, and if thing were not in order I could be forced to fix them (how can they check your hole in the ground and rebar cage AFTER you have poured the concrete?
Keith Dutson wrote:
If I were in your shoes I would contact ARRL immediately and get their advice. I would also get an attorney to represent me in all matters of communication with those who are complaining.
Alan Zack Amateur Radio Station K7ACZ Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Quality Engineer, The Boeing Company, Retired Aviation Chief Warrant Officer, U.S. Coast Guard, Retired U.S. Coast Guard, Always Ready, Always There Every hour, Every day, Around the Clock and Around the World SEMPER PARATUS http://gocoastguard.com
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