SEC. 16-323.  STANDARDS FOR SITING ANTENNAS.
   (A)   Height limitations - See section 16-303.
   (B)   Location -
      (1)   Satellite television antennas for residential use shall be located only in the rear of a lot and shall not cover more than 40 percent of the required rear yard area in aggregate with any other rear yard projection.  Upon showing by the applicant that usable satellite signal cannot be obtained from such rear yard area, the antenna may be located elsewhere on the property provided that an administrative permit is obtained prior to such installation.  No more than two satellite antennas shall be permitted on a single-family lot.
      (2)   Grounded radio antennas and standard television antennas either freestanding or attached shall not be sited in any required front, corner, or side yard.  Such antennas shall not cover more than 40 percent of the required rear yard area in aggregate with any other projection or accessory structure.
   (C)   Screening - All such antennas shall have the supporting structures screened to a height of six feet above grade by use of landscaping or walls to reduce visual impacts on surrounding properties and public streets.
   (D)   Construction - All such antennas and the construction and installation thereof shall conform to applicable city building and electrical codes and shall meet all manufacturer's specifications, be of noncombustible and corrosion-resistant material, and shall be erected in a secure, wind-resistant manner.  Satellite television antennas shall not exceed a diameter of 12½ feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-8.1)  (Ord. No. 2152, 2539)