Be careful with the word "definitely".
Here the set back rules apply only to the structure.
When I started to explain what I wanted to put on top of the tower
they told me they weren't interested. The height limit due to set back
was on the structure only. Of course they didn't say that you are still
liable if it does any damage on your neighbor's property.
Barry Merrill 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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