Gilpin Co & Clear Creek Interoperability Channel

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Essentially approves Gilpin Co's application for VTAC17 filed in 2009 along with a waiver on the antenna height.

Repeater TX: 161.850
Repeater RX: 157.250

The VTAC18 frequencies were reallocated and are no longer available for Public Safety use.

File No. 0003731945

ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION
Adopted: April 9, 2012
Released: April 9, 2012
By the Chief, Policy and Licensing Division, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau:

I.
INTRODUCTION
1.
The County of Gilpin, Colorado (Gilpin or County) filed a Petition for Reconsideration
(Petition)1 of the decision by the Licensing Branch (Licensing Branch) of the Public Safety and
Homeland Security Bureau’s Policy and Licensing Division to dismiss the County’s application for
authorization to operate on VHF Public Coast Station Channels 25 and 84. Pursuant to Section 1.106 of
the Commission’s rules,2 and for the reasons stated below, we grant the Petition in part and deny it in part.
Specifically, we grant the Petition with respect to Channel 25 and reinstate the application to the extent
that Gilpin requests Channel 25. Further, with respect to Channel 25, we grant a waiver of the antenna
height limit specified by Section 90.20(g)(3)(ii). However, we deny Gilpin’s Petition with respect to
Channel 84.3

II.
BACKGROUND
2.
On February 9, 2009, Gilpin filed an application for VHF public coast station (VPC)
frequency pairs on Channels 25 and 84 to deploy a regional system with Clear Creek County, an adjacent
county.4 Gilpin also filed a waiver request with respect to both channels for relief from the antenna
height limitation in Section 90.20(g)(3)(ii).5 By letter dated February 25, 2009, the Licensing Branch

More here:

County of Gilpin | FCC.gov
 
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