HOA Homefront: Reader asks why he can’t have his satellite dish?

Q: Months ago, I requested permission to have a small satellite dish placed on the side of my home. I never received any reply. I ordered the service, and the dish was installed. The installer stated it had to be placed high up because a tree would block the signal if it was placed lower. The HOA now says it must be removed, or they will fine us per day. The HOA refuses to trim the tree so that we could have the signal received from a tripod (ground mounted) dish. They said that we should find a very tall tripod. We have observed many other satellite dishes in our area. I feel that I am being discriminated against on the basis of my ethnicity. Others that have dishes are a different ethnicity than me    Read the Q&A……………

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