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Author Topic: Oak Ridge, TN and antenna restrictions  (Read 1697 times)
W9IQ
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« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2019, 03:12:50 AM »

Clayton,

The ARRL recently stepped in to help defend N2EHG against the Town of LeGrange, New York. He was trying to get a permit for a 70 foot tower and the town kept raising financial and procedural barriers.

They took it to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division. The court ruled that the town violated PRB-1 and that they overstepped their state granted authority when they placed unreasonable burden on N2EHG to obtain a permit. That is great case law for amateurs.

Yet another example of the value of the ARRL to the amateur radio community.

- Glenn W9IQ
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I never make a mistake. I thought I did once but I was wrong.
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« Reply #16 on: March 22, 2019, 06:09:52 AM »

Clayton,

The ARRL recently stepped in to help defend N2EHG against the Town of LeGrange, New York. He was trying to get a permit for a 70 foot tower and the town kept raising financial and procedural barriers.

They took it to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division. The court ruled that the town violated PRB-1 and that they overstepped their state granted authority when they placed unreasonable burden on N2EHG to obtain a permit. That is great case law for amateurs.

Yet another example of the value of the ARRL to the amateur radio community.

- Glenn W9IQ

Glen, I am looking forward to sitting in on your forum tomorrow at the Mt. Vernon Hamfest. Never mind Clayton, he always has to "hate" on something. Bless his heart. Smiley
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