[TowerTalk] Re: tower restrictions please can someone help him?
Mon, 07 Feb 2000 08:05:11 -0500
Assuming you are an ARRL member, you should contact your Section
Manager. The Section Manager should inturn make an inquiry for you to
W3KD, Chris Imlay, the ARRL counsel for tower matters. Chris is the
defacto central respository for tower issue, litigation, etc. Chris will
and can not fund a lawsuit for you but he can direct you, give you an
understanding of the problem and the cures.
Jay Terleski wrote:
> Charley, 15 feet seems pretty restrictive. Many houses are taller than
> I am not familiar with any legislation or challenges to TX law but I do
> know that the folks here on Tower Talk reflector are the right source
> for this kind of info.
> I have copied the reflector for you, if you have not already done so
> please join it. There is a tremendous wealth of information here for
> towers and antennas sytems.
> And I just bet someone in you area will respond to your inquiry.
> Jay, WX0B
> KC4EY@aol.com wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am KC4EY, Charley Cottrell of Deer Park Tx. When I ask at the City Engr.
> > office about a tower permit the other day I was informed of a 15' limit by my
> > city.
> > Do you know of any sucessful or inprogress ham antenna vs city
> > confrontations.
> > I am hoping that last years passed and signed bill here in Texas will have a
> > track record that might help me with my city.
> > Any contacts or help in any form will be appreciated.
> > Tnx
> > KC4EY
> > Charley
> Jay Terleski
> WX0B - Array Solutions
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