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Author Topic: New ham needs help with planning shack  (Read 1194 times)
N1EDU
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« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2007, 03:07:41 AM »

One other thought - you mention other hams in the 'hood.... could you band together to infiltrate the HOA ?  What about the wild chance of creating a "community" antenna farm of modest proportions? (okay, farm might be the wrong word - sprout?)  I know it sounds like a stretch, but if non-hams start to value the service aspect and seeing it as something they may SOMEDAY benefit from- like EMCOMM - and more importantly if your acronymn becomes Ham Owner's Association. . .

Everytime I read about our sport's CC&R & HOA dilemas. . . I am glad I live where I do - nobody tells each other what to do, if they did, we probably wouldn't live here.  Manners is one thing, but I'm sure there's many a rant within these pages about constraints placed by others.

BTW, what does SPR stand for ?

Dave
N1EDU in beuatiful no where New Hampshire
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KE5QKT
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« Reply #16 on: September 28, 2007, 06:46:31 AM »

Dave,  I like how you think; I was even considering talking to my neighbor behind me about sharing a phased array, LOL.

SPG = single point ground

Ah, NH, my wife and I have many fond memories of our weekends in Franconia and that is on our list of possible retirement locations after our youngest graduates in a few years.

73,

Doug
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