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Antenna Zoning

Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet—Laws, Permits & Leases

Book • Professional Edition2009

Author:

Fred Hopengarten

Antenna Zoning

Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet—Laws, Permits & Leases

Book • Professional Edition2009

 

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Author:

Fred Hopengarten

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If you are building, adding to, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna system, and most especially if you hope to erect a new tower, then zoning laws apply to you. Anten ... read full description

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    Chapter 1 - Principles That Will Help You Win

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    Chapter 2 - The Process in a Nutshell

    Pages 9-23

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    Chapter 3 - Your Winning Team

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    Chapter 4 - Basic Preparations

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    Chapter 5 - Getting to Know the Players

    Pages 57-78

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    Chapter 6 - Selected Applicable Law

    Pages 79-129

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    Chapter 7 - Possible Objections—Safety Issues

    Pages 131-179

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    Chapter 8 - Possible Objections—Aesthetic, Noise, and Nuisance Issues

    Pages 181-209

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    Chapter 9 - Possible Objections—Environmental Issues

    Pages 211-230

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    Chapter 10 - Possible Objections—Diversionary Tactics

    Pages 231-248

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    Chapter 11 - The Permit Application

    Pages 249-260

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    Chapter 12 - The Public Hearing—Your Big Moment in the Spotlight

    Pages 261-286

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    Chapter 13 - Deliberations and Decisions

    Pages 287-290

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    Chapter 14 - Appeals

    Pages 291-294

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    Chapter 15 - Lawsuits

    Pages 295-304

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    Chapter 16 - Now Get the Permit and Build Your Antenna System!

    Pages 305-317

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    Chapter 17 - Awkward Post-Permit Situations

    Pages 319-345

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    Chapter 18 - Post-Construction Issues

    Pages 347-354

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    Chapter 19 - Lease Issues

    Pages 355-398

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    Chapter 20 - Drafting or Redrafting a Bylaw, or State Statute

    Pages 399-416

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    Bibliography

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    Index

    Pages 425-440

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Publisher's Note: Transferred to Taylor & Francis as of 2012

Description

If you are building, adding to, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna system, and most especially if you hope to erect a new tower, then zoning laws apply to you. Antenna Zoning enables you to successfully navigate structure regulations, permitting, and even lease negotiations. Whether you are involved with broadcast radio or television, cellular telephone, paging, wireless internet service, or other telecommunications, this book is a must-have before you begin work on the project.

Author Fred Hopengarten is a specialized communications lawyer with extensive experience in antenna and tower regulation, and has been involved in many high-profile zoning cases. His first-hand experience comes to you in this book with lessons learned, case studies, examples, and material you can use presented in an easy-to-understand manner.

If you are building, adding to, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna system, and most especially if you hope to erect a new tower, then zoning laws apply to you. Antenna Zoning enables you to successfully navigate structure regulations, permitting, and even lease negotiations. Whether you are involved with broadcast radio or television, cellular telephone, paging, wireless internet service, or other telecommunications, this book is a must-have before you begin work on the project.

Author Fred Hopengarten is a specialized communications lawyer with extensive experience in antenna and tower regulation, and has been involved in many high-profile zoning cases. His first-hand experience comes to you in this book with lessons learned, case studies, examples, and material you can use presented in an easy-to-understand manner.

Key Features

•Contains tactics that can help save you thousands of dollars in legal fees and speed up the process of obtaining necessary permits
•CD is packed with sample legal forms, cases, sample permit applications, lease clauses, and more
•Together, the book and CD are a complete toolkit for navigating the antenna zoning and leasing journey

•Contains tactics that can help save you thousands of dollars in legal fees and speed up the process of obtaining necessary permits
•CD is packed with sample legal forms, cases, sample permit applications, lease clauses, and more
•Together, the book and CD are a complete toolkit for navigating the antenna zoning and leasing journey

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ISBN

978-0-240-81112-3

Language

English

Published

2009

Copyright

Copyright © 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved

Imprint

Focal Press

Authors

Fred Hopengarten