Well technically no city can prohibit all antennas. You know, PRB-1
and all of that.
But the tower height with limited setback may be just the excuse they
need to deny a permit.
As for owning both properties, that is certainly interesting. I
suppose if you joined both parcels (the opposite of subdivide?) that
problem would go away? If it is residential property and not farm
assessed land it may even have a positive impact on lowering your
property taxes too if it's one big lot versus two smaller ones, at
least based on the rules of how land is valued around here.
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 6:37 AM, Barry Merrill <email@example.com> wrote:
> IF you city zoning permits antennas/towers at all,
> it will almost definitely have a setback distance
> from your property line, that will restrict where
> you can locate the tower base, and your antenna
> elements will have to remain within those setback
> distances (typically 6-10 feet), and you cannot
> cross a property line with your antenna elements,
> as I found out, EVEN WHEN I OWNED BOTH PROPERTIES.
> Barry, W5GN
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