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|Originally posted by vruiz|
Higher radiation may not be, but putting up additional antennas and transmitters could.
|Originally posted by Akenyon|
Now that television broadcasters serving NYC and environs have run afoul of tower restriction issues similar to those the Denver broadcasters have been contending with for the last few years it will be interesting to see if the FCC is any more willing to delve into the traditional "state's rights" issues affecting towers and the resultant ability of state and local laws and their interpretations to restrict RF transmission.
Personally, I think not. That's unfortunate - unless it's your back yard that is being protected.
|Originally posted by rashid11|
Anyway, there is nothing to watch there ... I do miss Leno
|"... a 1989 Superior Court order allows his client to place new equipment on the tower to accommodate new users -- as long as there is "minimal" change to the structure of the tower. "|
I'm not a lawyer but I think "higher radiation" is not a structural change.