Poway council to select from antenna options Tuesday night – Pomerado Newspaper Group


Poway council to select from antenna options Tuesday night Pomerado Newspaper Group The two options were selected for further review by the council following a May 6 public hearing attended by a roomful of “ham” radio operators along with a few…

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The Poway City Council will meet this Tuesday to consider ways to resolve a nasty antenna height problem in the community.  One option calls for only a building permit for antennas up to 65 feet and would cost $480. "Notice of the proposed use would be sent only to contiguous property owners."  The second option specifies that for antennas between 35 and 65 feet in height, the applicant would pay a fee of $1,300 to file for a "minor antenna permit."  The applicant, through the Poway City Council, would notify property owners within 500 feet.  The granting and dismissal of permit applications would be done at the staff level.  Dismissed permits could be appealed to the Poway City Council. This could be precedent setting case for amateur radio operators.  I have a strange feeling that the second, more costly fee option will be adopted by the city council.  This might be a good time to go "stealth mode."  Out of sight, out of mind.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

See on Scoop.itKH6JRM’s Amateur Radio Blog

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