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435s unwritten rule

I don't want to hear anymore about the unwritten rule that no one on 435 writes letters to the fcc.

Here is one

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Enforcement Bureau

Spectrum Enforcement Division

1270 Fairfield Road

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245

VIA CERTIFIED MAIL - RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

May 1, 2007

Henry A. Stange

31205 Nicolas Road

Temecula, CA 92591

RE: Warning Notice: Amateur Radio License WA6RXZ; Case #EB-2007-3046

Dear Mr. Stange:

The licensee of the K6GE repeater has requested in writing that you
refrain from use of the repeater. The letter was issued as a result of
your failure to follow operational rules set forth by the licensee/control
operators of the repeater system for its users. You were previously
requested verbally to refrain from using the system, but have apparently
ignored both verbal and written requests.

The Commission requires that repeaters be under the supervision of a
control operator and not only expects, but requires, such control
operators and licensees to be responsible for the proper operation of the
repeater system. Control operators may take whatever steps are appropriate
to ensure compliance with the repeater rules, including limiting the
repeater use to certain users, converting the repeater to a closed
repeater or taking it off the air entirely.

Please be advised that we expect you to abide by the request to stay off
the K6GE system and any other such request by a repeater licensee, control
operator or trustee. If you use the repeater again after receipt of this
letter, we will initiate enforcement action against your license, which
may include revocation, monetary forfeiture (fine) or a modification
proceeding to restrict the frequencies on which you may operate WA6RXZ.
Also please be advised that use of the output frequency of the repeater to
interfere with its operation would be considered deliberate interference.
There are numerous frequencies available to you for simplex operation.

Please call me at 717-338-2502 if you have any questions about this
matter.

Sincerely,

W. Riley Hollingsworth

Special Counsel

cc: FCC Western Regional Director


and here is another one

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Enforcement Bureau

Spectrum Enforcement Division

1270 Fairfield Road

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245

VIA CERTIFIED MAIL - RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

August 2, 2007

Norman Ball

10545 Jardine Avenue

Sunland, CA 91040

Subject: Amateur Radio license KE6VWN: Warning Notice

Dear Mr. Ball:

The licensee of the K6GE repeater has requested in writing that you
refrain from use of the repeater. The letter was issued as a result of
your failure to follow operational rules set forth by the licensee/control
operators of the repeater system for its users. You were previously
requested verbally to refrain from using the system, but have apparently
ignored both verbal and written requests.

The Commission requires that repeaters be under the supervision of a
control operator and not only expects, but requires, such control
operators and licensees to be responsible for the proper operation of the
repeater system. Control operators may take whatever steps are appropriate
to ensure compliance with the repeater rules, including limiting the
repeater use to certain users, converting the repeater to a closed
repeater or taking it off the air entirely.

Please be advised that we expect you to abide by the request to stay off
the K6GE system and any other such request by a repeater licensee, control
operator or trustee. We note that you were also informed of the rights of
repeater licensees in 2005. If you use the repeater again after receipt of
this letter, we will initiate enforcement action against your license,
which may include revocation, monetary forfeiture (fine) or a modification
proceeding to restrict the frequencies on which you may operate KE6VWN.
Fines normally range from $7,500 to $10,000.

Please call me at 717-338-2502 if you have any questions about this
matter.

Sincerely,

W. Riley Hollingsworth

Special Counsel

cc: FCC Western Regional Director


Re: 435s unwritten rule

and another one

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Enforcement Bureau

Spectrum Enforcement Division

1270 Fairfield Road

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245

VIA CERTIFIED MAIL - RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

August 2, 2007

Richard Martin

3572 E 53rd Street

Maywood, CA 90270-2018

Subject: Amateur Radio license KE6RJI: Warning Notice

Dear Mr. Martin:

The licensee of the K6GE repeater has requested in writing that you
refrain from use of the repeater. The letter was issued as a result of
your failure to follow operational rules set forth by the licensee/control
operators of the repeater system for its users. You were previously
requested verbally to refrain from using the system, but have apparently
ignored both verbal and written requests.

The Commission requires that repeaters be under the supervision of a
control operator and not only expects, but requires, such control
operators and licensees to be responsible for the proper operation of the
repeater system. Control operators may take whatever steps are appropriate
to ensure compliance with the repeater rules, including limiting the
repeater use to certain users, converting the repeater to a closed
repeater or taking it off the air entirely.

Please be advised that we expect you to abide by the request to stay off
the K6GE system and any other such request by a repeater licensee, control
operator or trustee. If you use the repeater again after receipt of this
letter, we will initiate enforcement action against your license, which
may include revocation, monetary forfeiture (fine) or a modification
proceeding to restrict the frequencies on which you may operate KE6RJI.
Fines normally range from $7,500 to $10,000.

Please call me at 717-338-2502 if you have any questions about this
matter.

Sincerely,

W. Riley Hollingsworth

Special Counsel

cc: FCC Western Regional Director

and another one

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Enforcement Bureau

Spectrum Enforcement Division

1270 Fairfield Road

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245

VIA CERTIFIED MAIL - RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

May 1, 2007

Jeffrey B. Bregel

15431 Tulsa Street SP 33

Mission Hills, CA 91345

RE: Warning Notice: Amateur Radio License KD6NBD

Dear Mr. Bregel:

The licensee of the K6GE repeater has requested in writing that you
refrain from use of the repeater. The letter was issued as a result of
your failure to follow operational rules set forth by the licensee/control
operators of the repeater system for its users. You were previously
requested verbally to refrain from using the system, but have apparently
ignored both verbal and written requests.

The Commission requires that repeaters be under the supervision of a
control operator and not only expects, but requires, such control
operators and licensees to be responsible for the proper operation of the
repeater system. Control operators may take whatever steps are appropriate
to ensure compliance with the repeater rules, including limiting the
repeater use to certain users, converting the repeater to a closed
repeater or taking it off the air entirely.

Please be advised that we expect you to abide by the request to stay off
the K6GE system and any other such request by a repeater licensee, control
operator or trustee. If you use the repeater again after receipt of this
letter, we will initiate enforcement action against your license, which
may include revocation, monetary forfeiture (fine) or a modification
proceeding to restrict the frequencies on which you may operate KD6NBD.
Also please be advised that use of the output frequency of the repeater to
interfere with its operation would be considered deliberate interference.
There are numerous frequencies available to you for simplex operation.

Please call me at 717-338-2502 if you have any questions about this
matter.

Sincerely,

W. Riley Hollingsworth

Special Counsel

cc: FCC Western Regional Director

Re: 435s unwritten rule

So Gary, as a repeater owner did something about the problem users. RRI, on the other hand just says she's writing a letter or has info or is going to do something. All yoi have proven with this post is that RRI can't follw through with anything and Gary did what he said. TAMMY YOU'RE TOO NEW AND HAVE NO CLUE. JUST GO AWAY AND QUIT WHILE YOU HAVE NOT completely made a fool of yourself

Re: 435s unwritten rule

HaHaHaHaHaHaHa, I am lmfao. The point I am trying to make is GE is the one who said he never wrote a letter to the FCC. Oh, and thank you for reminding me, as you have stated within your post, "RRI, on the other hand just says she's writing a letter or has info or is going to do something". If rri mentions that she is going to write a letter she gets threatened and attacked with the fact that legend says 435ers do not write letters to the FCC. Also, as you have stated, "RRI can't follw[sic] through with anything and Gary did what he said". Gary followed through but denies it, and rri can't follow through because she gets threatened if she does. Telling me to go away is not helping your case!