§ 156.04  TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   Ground level mounted stations.
      (1)   No earth station, including its concrete base or other substructure, shall be constructed less than three feet from any property line.
      (2)   A ground-mounted station shall not exceed a height of 14 feet above ground level.
      (3)   All structural supports shall be of galvanized or fully painted metal.
      (4)   Underground wiring between an earth station and a receiver shall be placed at least four inches beneath the surface of the ground within rigid conduit and should be routed so as not to cross the plane of existing underground utilities.  Aboveground wiring shall be supported at least eight feet above ground level for the length of its run.
      (5)   Such earth stations shall be designed to withstand a wind force of 75 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
      (6)   Any driving motor shall be limited to 120V maximum voltage design and must be encased with protective guards.
      (7)   An earth station shall be bonded to a grounding rod.
      (8)   Movement of the unit or placement in a location other than that approved in the original application for a permit shall require application for a new or subsequent permit.
   (B)   Roof-mounted dishes.
      (1)   Earth stations may be mounted directly upon the roof of a primary or accessory structure, but shall not be mounted upon appurtenances such as chimneys, spires, or trees.
      (2)   An earth station that is roof-mounted shall not exceed a height of more than 13 feet above the roof upon which it is mounted.
      (3)   A roof-mounted earth station dish shall not exceed three and one-half feet in diameter.
      (4)   A roof-mounted earth station shall be designed and constructed to withstand a wind force of 85 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
      (5)   Any driving motor shall be limited to 120V maximum voltage design and must be encased with protective guards.
      (6)   An earth station must be bonded by a grounding rod.
      (7)   Movement of the unit to a placement or location other than that as approved in the initial application for the permit shall necessitate and require reapplication for a permit.
   (C)   Column-mounted/elevated earth stations.
      (1)   Earth stations may be mounted in an elevated manner such as on a metal post or metal support structure in a manner designed to maintain line of site access to the elevated horizon above topographic and structural obstructions. Attachment to walls is permissible.
      (2)   The column-mounted earth station shall not exceed an overall height of 25 feet above ground level.
      (3)   A column-mounted earth station shall be constructed in a manner to withstand a wind force of 85 miles per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
      (4)   A column-mounted earth station shall not be installed in a location that is less than one-half its overall height in distance to the nearest property line or easement.
      (5)   A column-mounted dish shall not exceed a diameter of 12 feet.
      (6)   A column-mounted earth station shall be bonded to a grounding rod.
      (7)   Movement of the location or placement of the unit to a location or site different from that as depicted in the application for a permit shall necessitate application for a new or subsequent permit.
(Ord. 99-85, passed 11-25-85) Penalty, see § 156.99