When I went to the city here in Menominee, Mi. to talk about towers
and heights, I was given a straight forward answer. Since I am on the
edge of the flight path of the local airport, the highest that anything
can be in the sky is 65 feet. That means that tower, mast, antenna,
bird on the top of the antenna all have to be at 65 feet or lower.
I was impressed and pleased with this response. No bull, no wiggle
room, just a straight answer to a straight question.
Tearlach de w8sco
Greetings TowerTalkians =
Good news and bad news:
The Good News... my city allows towers and
antennas, and there are NO PERMITS and
NO INSPECTIONS !!
The Bad News is there is a limit of 55 feet.
Fortunately, that suits my plans and my budget, so I do not
have to fight City Hall to get permission go higher.
At least not yet...
So... up to a height of 55 feet, it is, essentially, unregulated.
Cool, eh? Can ya dig it? Unbelievable.
[I figure you guys might understand my glee...picture me
giggling a dirty-old-man-kind-of-laugh under my breath
day like I know a dirty little secret no else knows...
=========== Richards -- K8JHR ================
There's nae man sae deif as he tha' winna hear.
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