Zoning regulations are created by the town, not by the county.
Secondly, anything anyone tells you, through list or otherwise, is not valid.
Even what the town zoning officer tells you might not necessarily be valid.
The only valid source for this information is the town zoning regulations
You should try and find the complete set of regulations online, or go to the
town hall and buy a copy.
You will then need to either spend a significant amount of time reading them,
or else find an attorney experienced in these matters to help you.
Also, I believe there is an reflector similar to this one specifically for
zoning issues, but I can't remember the name off the top of my head.
If you haven't decided on a specific town yet, then when you have narrowed down
your preferences to a few towns, you should check the regulations in each town
and choose the one that is the most conformant to PRB-1.
After reading the regulations, if you can't find anything restricting the
height of non-commercial antenna support structures, then either you missed
seeing the restriction because it was buried somewhere you didn't look, or else
you have been lucky enough to find a town that has no restriction. (There are
still a few such towns left in the USA, although their number is dwindling. If
you find one, buy a house there and put up some antennas!)
Also, you should probably buy the book "Antenna Zoning for the Radio Amateur"
by Fred Hopengarten.
It will help you with your permit application if you need to file one, and
chances are that you will need to file one.
73 & GL,
Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 13:18:51 -0500
From: "Telegraphy.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [TowerTalk] Zoning question - Putnam County Florida
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I'm thinking of buying a home in Putnam County Florida - is anyone familiar
with the tower
zoning regulations down there?
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