|[AMRadio] FW: [nmqrp] very important|
k4kyv at charter.net
Thu Apr 2 21:43:38 EDT 2015
> From: JAMES HANLON <knjhanlon at msn.com>
> A bill has actually been introduced into Congress which would extend the
provisions of PRB-1 to CC&R's, REQUIRING then to accommodate outdoor
antennas for amateur radio operators. > It is critically important that
LOTS of people send letters to their representatives in support, or this
bill will go nowhere.
> I hope you folks will support this effort. Jim, W8KGI To:
NMQRP at yahoogroups.comCC: W5YA at yahoogroups.comFrom:
nmqrp at yahoogroups.comDate: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 08:54:37 -
> 0600Subject: [nmqrp] very important
> ...In Santa Fe County, it is almost impossible to purchase a home where
CC&R's don't crush ham radio. If one does find and select one of the rare
pieces, it still can take YEARS to get a permit for even the most modest of
antenna supports... Fred KT5X
I have followed threads on e-Ham and QRZ.com on this same subject. You
would be surprised at how many LICENSED HAMS say they are opposed to this
bill. The rationale is that they don't want the "evil gubment" sticking its
nose into private contractual agreements between property owners and their
homeowners associations. Yet the HOAs depend entirely on "gubment" to
enforce civil claims against property owners who fail to comply with their
nit-picky rules and regulations.
This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
More information about the AMRadio mailing list
This page last updated 25 Nov 2017.