HOA’s are waking up to the Amateur Radio Parity Act, encouraging their members/residents to fight it by, let’s say ‘stretching the truth’ a bit about what the act would mean for them and us.
We talk about that with ARRL President Kay Craigie N3KN and Roanoke Division Director Dr. Jim Boehner N2ZZ at the Shelby NC hamfest (and Roanoke Division Convention) held over the Labor Day weekend.
We also discuss the ARRL dues increase, and Kay tells us that she will not be seeking a new term as League president, retiring after 30 years of service to the ARRL in various elected positions.
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