FCC Record, Volume 15, No. 3, Pages 1205 to 1858, Supplement Page: 1,234
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Federal Communications Commission
r(^"W^iTC} Washington, D.C. 20554 DA 99-2494
November 10, 1999
Mr. Jeremy Greene
2629 Manchester Court
Thousand Oaks, California 91362
Dear Mr. Greene:
This letter responds to your request for waiver of the Federal Communications
Commission's ("Commission") compettiive bidding rules, which was filed as Exhibit F
to your Form 601, submitted on July 16, 1999. Specifically, you ask for waiver of the
Commission's bid withdrawal payment rule, Sections 90.1007, 1.2104 (g).' For the
reasons stated below we deny your request. Additionally, in the conclusion of your
waiver request you make mention of a "payment plan." To the extent your request also
seeks an installment payment plan, such a request is denied for the reasons stated in our
First Waiver Denial.o
As noted in prior correspondence and decisions related to this matter,3 you were
a bidder in the Phase II 220 MHz Service auction (Auction No. 18). Auction No. 18
commenced on September 15, 1998 and closed on October 23, 1998.4 In Round 19 of
the auction, you placed the high bid on License BEA 160E, the Los Angeles-RiversideOrange
County, CA market ("License BEA 160E") in the amount of $477,000 (net bid
$310,050.00).5 However, you subsequently withdrew your bid in Round 41 and no
subsequent bids were placed for the license.6
47 CFR 90.1007, 1.2104(g).
2 Letter from Amy Zoslov, Chief, Auction and Industry Analysis Division, 13 FCC Rcd. 22,347,
22,348 (WTB 1998) ("First Waiver Denial").
3 See In the Matter of Request for Waiver of the Competitive Bidding Rules as Set Forth in Part 1,
Subpart Q of the Commission's Rules and the Bid Withdrawal Rule as Set Forth in Section 90.1007 of the
Commission's Rules, Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 99-191 (rel. July 23, 1999) ("MO&0"); In
the Matter of Request for Waiver of the Competitive Bidding Rules as Set Forth in Part 1, Subpart Q of
the Commission's Rules and the Bid Withdrawal Rule as Set Forth in Section 90.1007 of the
Commission's Rules, Order, DA 99-470, 14 FCC Rcd. 3824 (WTB 1999) ("WTB Reconsideration
Order"); First Waiver Denial.
4 See "Phase II 220 MHz Service Auction Closes: Winning Bidders In the Auction of 908 Phase II
220 MHz Service Licenses," Public Notice, DA 98-2143 (rel. October 23, 1998).
5 The net bid takes into account the bidding credit that you claimed.
6 See First Waiver Denial.
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