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Re: [TowerTalk] CC&R's

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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] CC&R's
From: Tom Anderson <>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 18:53:18 -0700 (PDT)
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When my XYL (WY5H Cheryl) and I bought our present QTH in 1992 we put into the 
offer contract to the owner that there was no HOA, no deed restrictions, 
nothing prohibiting us putting up a tower.  We did this on advice of an 
attorney so we could get our earnest money back if something popped up.  We 
even had the Realtor get us an abstract of the property to make sure there was 
nothing stopping us from putting up a tower, we eventually put up a 50 foot 
crank up.  We also checked with the city and no problems there.  As an 
addendum, the then city code compliance officer's son was a ham, so he knew 
exactly what we were talking about.  

Tom, WW5L
Colleyville TX

--- On Mon, 8/16/10, Jim Brown <> wrote:

> From: Jim Brown <>
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] CC&R's
> To: "" <>
> Date: Monday, August 16, 2010, 3:57 PM
> On Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:34:49 -0700,
> Doug Ferguson wrote:
> >There is no HOA. This was put in by the original
> developer based on 
> >the city guidelines.  
> I wouldn't go near it. CC&Rs are contractual, and not
> law, so are not 
> subject to FCC oversight. AND since there's no association,
> you've got 
> no way to get it changed. 
> You absolutely SHOULD tell the real estate agent AND the
> Owner of the 
> property that you are unwilling to even consider it, and
> WHY. This crap 
> gets put into contracts because developers think it raises
> the value of 
> property. They need to understand that it can also make
> property 
> unsellable. Only then will it ever be changed.
> 73, Jim Brown K9YC
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