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Old 01-11-2008, 09:12 PM
Location: Southern California high desert
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I will be considering a job offer soon in Houston. I will be working on the east side of town. I have been a ham radio operator for 35 years and would like to find a spot to live where I can put up my 35' tower. In all of the new developments mentioned on this forum I am sure there are CC&Rs that would restrict someone from putting up a tower. How pervasive are CC&Rs in neighborhoods around the city? Do I have to look out in Crosby, the Highlands or Huffman?

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Old 01-12-2008, 09:52 AM
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Here on the soutwest side close to the loop there are a decent ammount of towers 60ft high. Check out the areas of Willow Bend Willow Meadows Meyerland West Bury & Maplewood they are not that stick about putting up towers only if you plan to put up a 80ft to 100ft they might be
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Old 01-12-2008, 10:12 AM
Location: A little suburb of Houston
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Crosby, Highlands, and Huffman are good. On the south side of the channel, I would recommend the Lomax area just outside of LaPorte. There are also some nice areas in Chambers Co. I would look at especially if you have kids, the Barber's Hill is a very good school district.
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