On Mon, 14 May 2007 11:28:44 -0400, "Paul Christensen" <email@example.com>
>I believe the larger fear is that a "slippery slope" condition is created.
>First, the ham tower/antenna is erected. Then, a neighbor seeing the tower
>installation decides to break a covenant by installing a small shed in his
>back yard. Then, across the street, a boat or large RV find its way to be
>parked at the far end of a driveway . After that, other covenants are
>broken in succession to the point where they become unenforceable due to
>many legal theories.
>So, the one event in and of itself may be harmless, but it can be argued
>that multiple covenant violations will yield impossible enforcement action
>and thus create a condition where lower property values result.
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An excellent point. Personally, I would never buy a house where there
is an HOA or CC&Rs, but if I did, I would either abide by them or
I chose my current residence in the desert, 18 miles from the nearest
town, for exactly that reason. I can run all the power I want to my
antenna on my very tall tower and nobody complains.
Ham radio heaven. :-)
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