FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011 Page: 5,000
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regions listed in the attached Appendix as well as locations within seventy miles of the border of these
The freeze, however, does not apply to modification applications that do not change an 800 MHz
frequency or expand an 800 MHz station's existing coverage area (e.g., administrative updates),
assignments/transfers, or renewal-only applications. In addition, Wave 4 licensees in the U.S.- Mexico
border region may expand their facilities or add channels during the freeze, but only pursuant to Special
Temporary Authorization (STA). Requests for an STA must be accompanied by a demonstration that,
without the new or expanded facilities, there would be a specific, material and serious adverse effect on
the safety of life or property. See the Special Temporary Authorization (STA) procedures described in the
Bureau's December, 2006 STA Guidance PN.s
The extension of negotiations and the application freeze does not apply to Wave 4 licensees along
the U.S.-Mexico border that have received replacement channels from the TA. Such licensees remain
subject to the previously announced negotiation and mediation schedules for this wave.
For further information, contact: Brian Marenco, Policy Division, Public Safety and Homeland
Security Bureau, at (202) 418-0838 or Brian.Marenco(~fcc.gov.
Action by the Deputy Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau.
- FCC -
See Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Provides Guidance for Public Safety Licensees With Regard to
License Application and Special Temporary Authorization Procedures and Payment of Frequency Relocation Costs
for Public Safety Facilities Added During 800 MHz Band Reconfiguration, Public Notice, 21 FCC Red 14658
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