Antenna Zoning: Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet- Laws, Permits & Leases [NOOK Book]

Overview

If you are building, adding, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna, then zoning laws apply to you. "Antenna Zoning" enables you to successfully navigate structure regulations, permitting, and even lease negotiations.
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Antenna Zoning: Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet- Laws, Permits & Leases

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Overview

If you are building, adding, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna, then zoning laws apply to you. "Antenna Zoning" enables you to successfully navigate structure regulations, permitting, and even lease negotiations.
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".a valuable addition to your broadcast management bookshelf, dense with useful information and supporting materials...If you are active in tower projects, and particularly if you are new to zoning, this is well worth the investment. The book and CD-ROM represent hundreds of hours' worth of legal and tower expertise that you're getting for maybe the cost of 30 minutes of a lawyer's or consultant's time." — Paul J. McClane, Editor, Radio World
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781136031137
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 448
  • File size: 14 MB
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Meet the Author

Since 1990, Fred Hopengarten has been a communications lawyer (practicing mostly in the field of antennas and towers) and a consultant to venture capital firms on communications investments. He has handled hard questions in over 250 tower matters, including a case pertaining to one of the largest mountain top antenna farms in the United States. He is also an industry speaker for organizations such as the Electronics Industries Association, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and the Satellite Communications Users' Conference. Mr. Hopengarten's published works include: zoning articles for Communications-Engineering Digest, ComputerWorld, Cable Television Business, CableVision, Cable Marketing, Broadcasting and in 2001, the American Radio Relay League published his book Antenna Zoning for the Radio Amateur. He is a graduate of Colby College, Boston College Law School, and Harvard Business School. As you might expect, his website is www.antennazoning.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1: Principles That Will Help You Win
2: The Process in a Nutshell
3: Your Winning Team
4: Basic Preparations
5: Getting to Know the Players
6: Selected Applicable Law
7: Possible Objections—Safety Issues
8: Possible Objections—Aesthetic, Noise, and Nuisance Issues
9: Possible Objections—Environmental Issues
10: Possible Objections—Diversionary Tactics
11: The Permit Application
12: Public Hearings—Your Big Moment in the Spotlight
13: Deliberations and Decisions
14: Appeals
15: Lawsuits
16: Now Get the Permit and Build Your Antenna System
17: Awkward Post-Permit Situations
18: Post-Construction Issues
19: Lease Issues
20: Drafting or Redrafting a Bylaw, or State Statute

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