Coffey County moving to KSICS????

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KAA951

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We have been talking about Leavenworth, Butler and Reno- but somehow we missed this one!

An additional "6-pack" KSICS site has been licensed for the tower site adjacent to the Coffey County Courthouse in Burlington.

FCC Callsign WQLJ449 Details

Any ideas what this single freq license would be for?

FCC Callsign WQLJ450 Details
 
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We have been talking about Leavenworth, Butler and Reno- but somehow we missed this one!

An additional "6-pack" KSICS site has been licensed for the tower site adjacent to the Coffey County Courthouse in Burlington.

FCC Callsign WQLJ449 Details

Any ideas what this single freq license would be for?

FCC Callsign WQLJ450 Details
Maybe the single repeater (analog I believe by the designator) is maybe just a backup?? Also, a majority of the Coffey County radio traffic has moved over to the KSICS. I believe they are still simulcasting their fire and ems calls on the old UHF system at this time, but i've been told that they are removing all of their UHF equipment as soon as the KSICS tower in Burlington goes online.
 
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