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Re: Right-sizing a sat


I feel for you folks stuck in urbana {especially california}.  I would be
inclined to check with my attorney to see if the neighbor has any grounds
for a suit.  And if not, inform him that you would counter suing for
discrimination, intimidation, and mental stress.  Some folks need a "in
your face" reality check.  Of course if he looks like he has guns, you
might want to reconsider ;-)

Fortunately up here in "God's country" we all have guns and it keeps us

The unspoken code of the north: "keep outta my face, and offa my
land"..."mess with me at your own risk!".  In otherwords "live and
let-live".  Ever heard of the three "esses":  S=shoot, S=shovel, S=shutup!

Land of no city gov't, no zoning, no covenants, no building
permits...Police: Knock before entering.  "Gods country" and pretty nice
for hams!


At 12:17 AM 1/17/01 +0000, you wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Robert Oler" <cvn65vf94@msn.com>
>> I dont know about "etc" but it would/will be interesting to see exactly
>> "small" antenna requirements will change the number of folks on the ham
>> satellites.  I've had antennas (both VHF and above and HF in well
>> military/college housing) in difficult situations and have always found
>> where there was a will there was a way.  I have toyed with the idea if
>> works to seeing if microwave mobile in the pickup would work.  Keeping
>> antenna(s) aimed is going to be "entertaining".
>Hi Robert,
>I expect that it will make a big difference. Colleges and the military have
>very favorable attitudes towards ham radio. I was unable to have a ham
>station between the time I left college in 1973 and 1993 when I was able to
>purchase a house that had no deed restrictions. The lack of antenna
>restrictions is due to the fact that it was built before 1940. I've tried
>negotiating with homeowner's associations in the past and they were all dead
>set against transmitting antennas of any kind.
>Even property with no legal restrictions doesn't eliminate problems. One of
>my neighbors hates antennas. He is going to sell his house and came over to
>tell me that he will sue me for the difference between the price he expects
>to get and what he is able to receive for his property.
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