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Old 03-25-2012, 11:23 PM
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Default New Tar Hollow State Forest MARCS Site

The new tower located in the Tar Hollow State Forest on the Ross/Hocking County line is up. This site is supposed to be online within days... Does anybody have any frequency info on this site? I cannot find a license for it.
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This has already been posted - New MARCS license (Chillicothe / Ross)
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That license is for the new Chillicothe (Located in the City of Chillicothe) site.

I am talking about a totally different site that is 15 miles to the east of Chillicothe in the Tar Hollow State Forest (Located in between Londonderry and Adelphi)... The new site I am talking about is roughly 5 miles up the same road from the Londonderry MARCS site.

This tower was just recently stacked...

Confusing I know, we are getting all kinds of new MARCS sites down here.
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The only thing I found related to this subject is the towers FAA ID Number... I cannot find the license on ULS...

ASR Registration 1282170
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That license is for the new Chillicothe (Located in the City of Chillicothe) site.

I am talking about a totally different site that is 15 miles to the east of Chillicothe in the Tar Hollow State Forest (Located in between Londonderry and Adelphi)... The new site I am talking about is roughly 5 miles up the same road from the Londonderry MARCS site.

This tower was just recently stacked...

Confusing I know, we are getting all kinds of new MARCS sites down here.
I stand corrected. Maybe Mike or Tom will jump in, they know a lot about MARCS.
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Is this it?

http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...licKey=1175752
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Here ya go Justin:

ULS Application - Public Safety Ntl Plan, 821-824/866-869 MHz, Trunked - 0005122606 - OHIO, STATE OF - Locations Summary

The license is pending, so no callsign yet -- and frequencies are subject to change:

867.8125
868.4625
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The new tower located in the Tar Hollow State Forest on the Ross/Hocking County line is up. This site is supposed to be online within days... Does anybody have any frequency info on this site? I cannot find a license for it.
Why not drive out there and find out with the search function on your scanner?
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Why not drive out there and find out with the search function on your scanner?
ROFL. I guess that's okay if you're somebody who likes to make unnecessary trips. But what if the site isn't online yet? Everything down in southern ohio is rural. It probably isn't a 10-minute drive from anywhere to that site.

Although, I wish everyone with a digital scanner that lived down in SE Ohio would actually do that once in a while. I have a feeling there are still a handful of sites down there that are now in different zones, have different site IDs, and are advertising different neighbors. It'd sure be nice to know that info.

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Thanks for finding the info Mike!

As for driving out there and searching for the frequency, I could have drove out there with a scanner (Which I did go out there with the wife... We took our child playing in the park there) but I know for a fact that the tower is not online yet... lol

Was just curious about what the frequencies were going to be.

As far as I know, there are no other additional new sites going up around here, only upgrades in the future.

Thanks all!

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This site is now active... Site number is 24... Not sure which freq is the control channel.
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This site is also located in Ross County (Laurelville)... So this makes 7 sites in Ross County now I think? Gotta love the terrain here.
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