|RE: Rules & Regs Violation||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fleck (foam4uworldnet.att.net)|
|Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 15:59:20 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi Randy, Thanks for the info. In this case the member just slapped the thing on the side of the building and drilled holes thru the wall. It looks like this isn't covered by the FCC regs. Part of the question deals with why we had the rule - mainly aesthetics. We're urban town homes and dishes look really unsightly. (The rules includes solar panels, ham antennas, etc.) We've got access to loads of other delivery systems for media. Our high speed internet access is built into our HOA dues. The other part of the question is - how do communities handle a violation like this? I'm concerned about setting a precedence of ignoring regulations that aren't convenient - sort of the camel's nose under the tent. How do other communities "enforce" the rules? Have other communities gone the way of forced action and fines? Or are there better methods to get compliance? Thx, Anne -----Original Message----- From: Bob Sheppard [mailto:bob [at] bobsheppard.org] Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 2:59 PM To: foam4u [at] worldnet.att.net Subject: Re: Rules & Regs Violation If your property is in the US, I believe that an association is prohibited from regulating dishes below a certain size that an owner wishes to install on their property, unless the association provides a similar service (an MATV) at a similar price. The FCC's website might have more info.
- Re: Rules & Regs Violation, (continued)
- Re: Rules & Regs Violation Martin Sheehy, April 10 2006
- RE: Rules & Regs Violation Rob Sandelin, April 10 2006
Re: Rules & Regs Violation Randy Sailer, April 10 2006
- Re: Re: Rules & Regs Violation ken, April 11 2006
- RE: Rules & Regs Violation Fleck, April 10 2006
- Re: RE: Rules & Regs Violation Ann Zabaldo, April 10 2006
Re: Rules & Regs Violation Christine Johnson, April 10 2006
- Re: Re: Rules & Regs Violation patjavcc, April 11 2006
- RE: Rules & Regs Violation truddick, April 11 2006
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