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“They are so sure of everything that nothing else applies other than their own self….until the reaper of real life woes comes knocking at their door then their tune changes dramatically.”
… It’s so true. On a nearby island which has no ferry service, one property owner built a short grass runway. Once, an aircraft not from the community had to make an emergency landing, which prompted other owners to get all over the guy’s case and he finally relented and closed the runway with a bunch of logs laid across it.
… that is until one of the worst complainants had a medical emergency. He was flown off by rescue chopper, but those guys’ insurance don’t allow any other riders than medical professionals already on board, and so his family couldn’t follow him over except by boat the next morning. That prompted the community to have the runway reopened for use.
Canada often does a better job of respecting their elderly and disabled than the U.S., without having to enact a bunch laws. Most people I know up there just give whatever is needed for accessibility without having to be told to by rule-makers.
With respect to the issues at hand, another reason for designing an adequate loop or even fractal antenna system, which can be ‘disguised’ as planterbox decorations.