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Re: OPIF
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Subject: Re: OPIF
From: Alan Kilgore <wrvm.engineer@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2018 19:04:10 -0600
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Yes, I agree with your take for deleting applications from OPIF after Final Action. IN case some may not realize that term definition, it is about 40 or 50 days after the FCC action was published in a public notice (FCC Digest/Federal Register); altogether called "Final Action". Prior to that, the FCC can still reverse their decision based upon information revealed for what amounts to a comment period for their action.
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Alan Kilgore, CPBE
WRVM Chief Engineer

At 08:58 AM 2/2/2018, you wrote:

Along those same lines, in the "applications" section, the stated retention requirement is until final action is taken on the application. Since the FCC populated this with many prior applications, my reading would be that anything that is not a current application (i.e. the license has been granted) can be turned off in the public file. So if all of our stations are licensed and there are no pending applications, nothing needs to be in this section. Am I correct in my thinking here?
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Andy Larsen

References: OPIF System Health Update
(Kevin Kidd <kkbroadcastengineering@gmail.com>, 31 Jan 2018 22:55:08 -0000)
Re: OPIF System Health Update
("Schmitke, Gregory I" <GISchmitke@unwsp.edu>, 31 Jan 2018 23:15:48 -0000)
Re: OPIF System Health Update
(Nathaniel Steele <nathaniel.steele@icloud.com>, 1 Feb 2018 00:05:44 -0000)
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(David Benson <wn8mup@gmail.com>, 1 Feb 2018 00:37:30 -0000)
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(Jim McDermott <jim@spiritfm.org>, 1 Feb 2018 21:29:26 -0000)
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