New location (Cloud Creek) added to license 3/2020 - ULS Application - Other Indust/Land Transp. 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked - 0009015820 - American Electric Power Service Corporation - Locations Summary
Looks like a logical conclusion to me. Could you submit it? If you do, I'll make sure it is added to the DB. If for some insane reason it isn't correct, it can be corrected later. But indeed those three freqs are only on the WRKB223 Woodson license.New (?) site in Texas.
Probably FCC Callsign WRKB223 (AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER SERVICE CORPORATION) but I need to check further.
The Double Mountain location was a pole (25-30 feet) licensed in 1994 according to ASR. New site looks like 300 ft lattice tower - although AMSL is still quite a bit lower than the Double Mtn location. Sounds like you are right on the money as far as why Rotan / new Aspermont site were created.1F8 25-25 854.8125 is probably the new site near Aspermont.
It's location #3 on this license FCC Callsign WPCB218 (American Electric Power Service Corporation).
Location #1 is on top of Double Mountain. AEP probably lost access to that site and probably why they built two new sites next to it.