I live in a 'strange' neighborhood, in that it's surrounded on all sides with 'planned' communities with (illegal by federal law) restrictions on things like satellite dishes. The state atty. gen. backs those restrictions; I used to live in one of those before I retired, and I had to 'hide' my dishes behind tall fences and shrubbery, but could have been cited at any time by the property association.
But there is about 5-10 streets in the middle where there are no restrictions, and that's why almost everyone both on my street and several adjacent are filled with folks who like the little city we live in, like the view of the ocean and such, and have a high disgust of cable companies in general. The biggest downfall is no FIOS. All those communities surrounding have it, but not the little pocket we live in. Only Comcast. Of which a fair number (including myself) in our little slice of the city have internet service from. Like we got a 'choice'.
Now that state atty. general that allows these community associations to fine folks for having dishes (R), is running for Governor. You can bet who his biggest money backers are.