I like the idea, but that's no where near as fun as bucking the system.
HOAs have to much power and need to be leashed to put it mildly.
My HOA neglects its responsibilities and over plays the legal system when
it's convient. My antenna restrictions are better than most, so I am
rooting for it not to pass.
As a whole I am against giving any HOA more authority to abuse.
But, it my 2nd least favorite Hamish topic.
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 2:44 PM, Glenn Anderson via BVARC <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Finally someone with some common sense....
> Subject: Re: [Elecraft] Amateur Radio Parity Act
> >>"FWIW, I DO consider this issue VITAL to anyone who lives in a restricted
> housing development, which includes a very high percentage of US hams.
> All of those US hams decided on their own to purchase property in the
> restricted area (myself included). I knew what it meant and I'm willing to
> 'man up' and abide by the agreement I signed at purchase to follow the
> rules. Running to 'daddy' after the fact and claiming it is VITAL that I be
> allowed to ignore the rules is not an appropriate reaction from my POV. If
> it is that vital don't purchase in such an area. Sometimes that can be
> difficult, but sometimes life is difficult.
> Mark AD5SS
> BVARC mailing list
> Message delivered to twi...@gmail.com
BVARC mailing list
Message delivered to arch...@mail-archive.com