[Top] [All Lists]

Re: [TowerTalk] CCR's -- Am I being too paranoid?

To: Robert Crews <>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] CCR's -- Am I being too paranoid?
From: Joe - WDØM <>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 08:59:46 -0600
List-post: <">>
When I purchased our property here in CO, I included a contingency that 
if towers were not allowed, the sale would be void.  I went to the HOA 
CC&R committee and got a written "OK" before we proceeded.  That 
approach worked well for me. 

Get a written determination from the appropriate regulating body, and 
you should be in good shape.


Joe Hannigan - WDØM
Pagosa Springs, CO

Robert Crews wrote:
> Last week I made an offer on an 11-acre property outside of Kingman, AZ.
> It was accepted and yesterday the title company sent me a copy of the 
> property's CCR's to sign off.
> There is no mention ANYWHERE within the CCR's about towers, antennae, height 
> limitations, or any communications equipment.
> However, one item caught my attention:
> "(9) No noxious or offensive trade or activity shall be conducted
> upon any portion of said land, nor shall anything be done thereon
> which may be or become an annoyance to the neighborhood;
> and no refuse piles, junk piles, wrecked car bodes, weeds or
> other unsightly objects shall be permitted to be placed or to
> remain upon said land unless completely hidden from view from
> any neighboring property or access road, and in the event that
> any of such owners shall not comply with the above provisions,
> then declarants, or their successors and assigns, shall have the
> right to enter upon said land and remove the offending
> objects at the expense of such owner, who shall repay the
> same upon demand, and such entry shall not be deemed
> as trespass."
> The key word here is unsightly objects. Are towers/antennas
> considered to be unsightly objects?
> Some further facts about the area. The county building inspector
> gave me a copy of communications towers rules -- Amateur
> Radio and CB are totally exempt -- no building permit needed. Only
> setback rules need to be followed. One neighboring property has a
> 40-foot windmill tower. Another has a mobile home that has been
> gutted. There is NO homeowners association. The area is very
> rural with 5- to 10-acre parcels the norm.
> Am I being too paranoid or is this a red flag?
> Bob / K1VA


TowerTalk mailing list

<Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread>