by DAVID JEANS MAROONDAH LEADER
BITTER opposition from neighbours has failed to stop plans for an 8m radio mast to be installed in a Ringwood North backyard.
Over several months Aurum Cres woman Fiona Jenkins has complained to Maroondah Council to prevent her neighbour, a radio enthusiast, from erecting a CB radio mast.
However will go ahead because the structure will be used for recreational purposes, which means it does not need a permit.
Ms Jenkins, who was supported by two other neighbouring families, said she was concerned the mast would devalue properties, pose a health risk, interrupt telecommunications and ruin the views….
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