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Dish Clutter May End in Chicago

By Rusty Payton | Published on January 26,2012 at 4:40PM
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Annoyed by the clutter of satellite dishes cluttering your neigborhood buildings? A solution may be on the way. Under an ordinance proposed in the Chicago zoning committee, installers may soon be compelled to install dihes in less obious places, like the side of buildings. If a dish cannot be installed on the side of a building the company installing the dish would be required to explain why in a written statement. They may have to be taken down after tenants vacate units as well. Stay tuned (no pun intended)!

Tags: Chicago Apartments, Satellite dishes, Renters

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