WHEREAS, the Association desires and intends to adopt reasonable restrictions governing installation, maintenance and use of antennas in the bests interests of the community and consistent with the FCC rule,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Association adopts the following restrictions and regulations for the community, hereinafter referred to as the “Rules”, which shall be binding upon all owners and their grantees, lessees, tenants, occupants, successors, heirs and assigns who currently on in the future may possess an interest in the community, and which shall supersede any previous adopted rules on the same subject matter:
- Any device used for the receipt of video programming services, including direct broadcast satellite (DBS) television broadcast, and multipoint distribution service (MDS).
SIZE & TYPE:
- Only DBS and MDS antennas that are one meter or less in diameter are permitted.
- Antennas must be installed in a place shielded from view from outside the community or from other units to the maximum extent possible.
- Installation is limited to the concrete area of your patio or balcony. Antennas should be placed as close as possible to the building to shield from the view of other units. Antelmas may not be installed higher than is absolutely necessary for the reception of an acceptable quality signal. Antennas may not be fastened to brick walls, concrete balcony ceilings, concrete patio/balcony floors, fences or railings. The antenna may be placed on the patio/balcony concrete in an appropriate stand.
- The wire may be run through the side brick walls on your balcony/patio in an area that is adjacent to the glass door and is one foot high and one foot wide. Drilling through the common elements to run wiring into the unit, other than the location noted above, is prohibited, without the approval of the Board of Directors.
- Owners shall not permit their antennas to fall into disrepair to become a safety hazard and shall be responsible for any repair or replacement including all associated costs.
- Antennas may be painted to match the surrounding area, or they may be camouflaged through the use of inexpensive screening or plants if visible from any other units.
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