I'm not an attorney but here is my opinion on it:
Government must make reasonable accommodations to antenna installs of those licensed Amateur Radio operators. This means that they can't tell you that you can't put up a tower but they can restrict how high it is. They can also permit you so bad that it might not be feasible. Permits cost money and fees for inspection. Check with your local government as well.
Then if you live in a CC&R restricted area. This is not Government, it is a contract you agree with when you purchased your home not to put up antennas or such. This is a private contract.
Consult the ARRL. They have a lot of information on this.
And if you rent, that is a total different area.
Tim Wright AK4MP
SR. DX HELPER MANAGER
ARRL Amateur Extra VE
"We have added your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.
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