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you hoas have no right to tell me I can't have an antenna on non CC&R non hoa property
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radioguy
2010-01-15 20:19:45 UTC
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And what gives you homeowners in a hoa and your hoa assns the right to
tell me what I can and can not have on my non-cc&R non-hoa property???

You say you have the right to tell me I can't have a ham radio antenna
and/or tower or cb antenna/tower on my non-CC&R non-hoa property
because one would be view from your hoa and you specifically moved
into your hoa property with the expectation that you weould never have
to look at any antennas or antenna towers at all.

Well, I moved into my non-CC&R non-hoa property with the expectation
that I could put up a cb antenna/tower or ham radio antenna/tower
anytime I wanted to.

And was even told I could put up one any year in the future I wanted
to.

And when I moved in here, your little hoa wasn't even built yet.

As a matter of fact, your little hoa did not even own the property
where you're at when I moved in here.

So becaue of the attitude of you hoa nibmy nazis, I will now put up
the biggest honking antenna on the biggest honking tower that I can
find, afford, and is allowed by zoning.

Too bad if it's visible from your hoa property.

I moved into this non-CC&R non-HOA property with the expectation I
could put one up anytime I wanted to, and was even told I could
anytime including anyyear in the future.

If you didn't want to see antennas, then you shouldn't have moved into
a hoa built on the same road as preexisting non-cc&r non-hoa houses,
should you have???

And as far as the residents of the other hoa near me, youu don't like
seeing antennas on hts being held by people walking on the trails in
the public park because you moved into your hoa with the expectation
that you would never have to see any antenna ever again.

Well, becaue of a nimby cop who has as much clue about radios and
antennas as you hoa residents do, I now have a federal licensce
allowing me to operate anywhere the FCC has authority. And I'm very
sure that includes public parks.

Check the U.S. constitution.

If you didn't want to see antennas on hts, then you shouldn't have
moved into a hoa whose property adjoins and touches public park
property, should you have???

If you didn't want to see ht antennas , then you shouldn't have moved
into a hoa that is right next to a public park, should you have???
MQT Morkins
2010-01-16 04:49:38 UTC
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And what gives you homeowners in a hoa and your hoa assns the right to
tell me what I can and can not have on my non-cc&R non-hoa property???
You say you have the right to tell me I can't have a ham radio antenna
and/or tower or cb antenna/tower on my non-CC&R non-hoa property
because one would be view from your hoa and you specifically moved
into your hoa property with the expectation that you weould never have
to look at any antennas or antenna towers at all.
Well, I moved into my non-CC&R non-hoa property with the expectation
that I could put up a cb antenna/tower or ham radio antenna/tower
anytime I wanted to.
And was even told I could put up one any year in the future I wanted
to.
And when I moved in here, your little hoa wasn't even built yet.
As a matter of fact, your little hoa did not even own the property
where you're at when I moved in here.
So becaue of the attitude of you hoa nibmy nazis, I will now put up
the biggest honking antenna on the biggest honking tower that I can
find, afford, and is allowed by zoning.
Too bad if it's visible from your hoa property.
I moved into this non-CC&R non-HOA property with the expectation I
could put one up anytime I wanted to, and was even told I could
anytime including anyyear in the future.
If you didn't want to see antennas, then you shouldn't have moved into
a hoa built on the same road as preexisting non-cc&r non-hoa houses,
should you have???
And as far as the residents of the other hoa near me, youu don't like
seeing antennas on hts being held by people walking on the trails in
the public park because you moved into your hoa with the expectation
that you would never have to see any antenna ever again.
Well, becaue of a nimby cop who has as much clue about radios and
antennas as you hoa residents do, I now have a federal licensce
allowing me to operate anywhere the FCC has authority. And I'm very
sure that includes public parks.
Check the U.S. constitution.
If you didn't want to see antennas on hts, then you shouldn't have
moved into a hoa whose property adjoins and touches public park
property, should you have???
If you didn't want to see ht antennas , then you shouldn't have moved
into a hoa that is right next to a public park, should you have???
Hello RadioGuy,
Have you been engaging in homosexual acts with KB9RQZ ?

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