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10/23/2006
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (DA 06-2093)
Petition by Access 220 for Extension of Terms for 220-222 MHz Band Phase I and Phase II Licenses, Consolidation of Licenses, and Other Relief
WTB's Mobility Division grants conditional 5-year renewal of 2 Phase I 220 MHz band nationwide licenses held by Access 220 but denies other relief requested, including requests for consolidation into a single license of all 119 of the Phase I and Phase II licenses held by Access in that band and extension of the terms of those licenses to 2019.
12/22/1999
ORDER (DA 99-2986)
In the Matter of Request for Waiver of the Bid Withdrawal Payment Rule as Set Forth in Sections 1.2104(g) and 90.1007 of the Commission’s Rules
This Order denies the November 17th Petition for Reconsideration filed by Jeremy Greene which orders him to pay a withdrawal payment.
8/5/1999
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (FCC 99-202)
In the Matter of Application for Review of Columbia Capital Corporation of Action Taken Pursuant to Delegated Authority
This Memorandum Opinion and Order resolves a request by Columbia Capital Corporation that the WTB set aside the Public Notice which announced the 220 MHz auction procedures and filing deadlines.
7/23/1999
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (FCC 99-191)
Request for Waiver of the Competitive Bidding Rules as Set Forth in Part 1, Subpart Q of the Commission's Rules and The Bid Withdrawal Rule as Set Forth in Section 90.1007 of the Commission's Rules
This MO&O dismisses the Application for Review filed on March 29, 1999 by Jeremy A. Greene was procedurally defective.
3/5/1999
ORDER (DA 98-2321)
Request for Waiver of the Competitive Bidding Rules as Set Forth in Part 1, Subpart Q of the Commission's Rules and the Bid Withdrawal Rule as Set Forth in Section 90.1007 of the Commission's Rules
Seeking reconsideration of the Bureau's denial of his request for waiver of the competitive bidding and bid withdrawal payment rules. This Order denies the request of Jeremy Greene.
11/24/1998
ORDER (DA 98-2397)
In the Matter of Rush Network Corp. Application for Phase II 220 MHz Licenses
This Order denies Rush's Waiver Request, dismisses its long-form application, and imposes default payment obligations on Rush.
9/14/1998
ORDER (DA 98-1857)
Request of Columbia Capital Corporation for a Stay of the 220 MHz Service Application and Auction Schedule
This Order denies the request for stay filed by Columbia Capital Corporation.
9/14/1998
ORDER (DA 98-1856)
Motion for Temporary Stay of the 220 MHz Service Auction Scheduled for September 15, 1998
This Order denies the request for stay filed by Net Radio Group Communications, L.L.C.
8/9/1998
FIFTH REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 98-186)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 90 of the Commission's Rules To Provide for the Use of the 220-222 MHz Band by the Private Land Mobile Radio Service Implementation of Sections 3(n) and 332 of the Communications Act Regulatory Treatment of Mobile Services Geographic Partitioning and Spectrum Disaggregation for the 220-222 MHz Service
This R&O amends Part 90 of the Commission's Rules to adopt geographic partitioning and spectrum disaggregation rules for the 220 MHz service.
5/21/1998
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (FCC 98-93)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 90 of the Commission's Rules To Provide for the Use of the 220-222 MHz Band by the Private Land Mobile Radio Service Implementation of Sections 3(n) and 332 of the Communications Act Regulatory Treatment of Mobile Services Implementation of Section 309(j) of the Communications Act — Competitive Bidding
The FCC considers Petitions for Reconsideration of Clarification of two Orders concerning the 220-222 MHz radio service.
8/25/1997
FOURTH REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 97-225)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 90 of the Commission's Rules To Provide for the Use of the 220-222 MHz Band by the Private Land Mobile Radio Service
This Order repeals the "40-mile rule" that currently provides that no Phase I 220 MHz licensee may be authorized to operate a station in a particular service category.
3/12/1997
THIRD REPORT AND ORDER; FIFTH NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 97-57)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 90 of the Commission's Rules To Provide for the Use of the 220-222 MHz Band by the Private Land Mobile Radio Service Implementation of Sections 3(n) and 332 of the Communications Act Regulatory Treatment of Mobile Services Implementation of Section 309(j) of the Communications Act - Competitive Bidding
This Order adopts rules to govern the future operation and licensing of the 220-222 MHz service.
1/26/1996
SECOND REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 96-27)
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 90 of the Commission's Rules To Provide for the Use of the 220-222 MHz Band by the Private Land Mobile Radio Service Implementation of Sections 3(n) and 332 of the Communications Act Regulatory Treatment of Mobile Services
This Order adopts a procedure that will enable 220 MHz licensees to modify their licenses to relocate their authorized base stations to currently unauthorized locations.
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