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Council likely to approve taller radio towers (Oregon)
The Brookings City Council Monday likely will approve an ordinance to allow ham radio towers up to 70 feet in height in residential neighborhoods, despite concerns residents outlined this summer regarding safety and aesthetics.

The issue caught the attention of residents in the Dawson Tract north of town in June, when residents there learned a ham radio operator on Susan Place wanted to extend his tower from 40 to 70 feet.


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