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FCC 95.833
Revised as of September 29, 2014
Goto Year:2013 | 2015
§ 95.833   Construction requirements.

   (a) Each 218-219 MHz Service licensee must make a showing of
   "substantial service" within ten years of the license grant. A
   "substantial service" assessment will be made at renewal pursuant to
   the provisions and procedures contained in § 1.949 of this chapter.

   (b) Each 218-219 MHz Service licensee must file a report to be
   submitted to inform the Commission of the service status of its system.
   The report must be labeled as an exhibit to the renewal application. At
   minimum, the report must include:

   (1) A description of its current service in terms of geographic
   coverage and population served;

   (2) An explanation of its record of expansion, including a timetable of
   new construction to meet changes in demand for service;

   (3) A description of its investments in its 218-219 MHz Service

   (4) A list, including addresses, of all component CTSs constructed; and

   (5) Copies of all FCC orders finding the licensee to have violated the
   Communications Act or any FCC rule or policy; and a list of any pending
   proceedings that relate to any matter described in this paragraph.

   (c) Failure to demonstrate that substantial service is being provided
   in the service area will result in forfeiture of the license, and will
   result in the licensee's ineligibility to apply for 218-219 MHz Service
   licenses for three years from the date the Commission takes final
   action affirming that the 218-219 MHz Service license has been canceled
   pursuant to § 95.813 of this part.

   [ 64 FR 59662 , Nov. 3, 1999]

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