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Re: Right-sizing a sat



I don't think that this guy would win the case. The ARRL can provide studies
that prove him wrong. However, there are many people around who do not like
seeing large antennas and if satellites required smaller antennas it would
make life easier for everyone.

John
KD6OZH

----- Original Message -----
From: "knesbitt" <knesbitt@nucleus.com>
> John,
> tell him thats fine. If I was your lawyer I would suggest that you inform
> him that you will counter with an action based on the negative effects to
> yours and your neighbours property values should he decide to "dump" his
> property for less than fair market value. Works both ways.
>
>> 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.
>>
>> 73,
>>
>> John
>> KD6OZH


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