At 04:21 PM 5/14/2007, Tim Heger wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Bob Nielsen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "TowerTalk List" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 6:40 PM
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Got a tower/antenna in a CC&R subdivision?
> > On May 14, 2007, at 3:23 PM, Tim Heger wrote:
> >> Why buy a house where your neighbors can have control over what
> >> antennas you
> >> put up?
> >> Someone please explain? I have never been able to understand why
> >> anyone
> >> would do that.
> >> 73, Tim - N3XX
> > Wives.
> > 73, Bob N7XY
>I did the house searching, & found the right house with no CC&R's or HOA.
>Wife then looked at the house, liked it, and that's where we have been since
>1991. Also got the OK in writing from the county for two 100' towers before
>closing the deal.
Of course, you're out in the countryside some 10-15 miles from
Atlanta there (thank you Google Earth), so it might be easier to do
than, in say, Ventura County, CA. Your 4 bd/4ba 2700 square foot
house on what looks like more than an acre would be a multi-million
dollar property around here. And you still have an assessed value
substantially in excess of the tract to your west (thank you
zillow.com). Does that subdivision have CC&Rs?
I'd venture to say that there are very, very few properties similar
to yours in Southern California (that aren't out in the middle of the
Take a look at
to see what eastern Ventura County looks like. Anywhere you see that
doesn't have houses is most likely legislated open space, too rugged
to build on, or zoned for agricultural. I would venture that of the
populated areas you see, less than 10% is not subject to either CC&Rs
or onerous local ordinances (PRB-1 notwithstanding)
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