[AMRadio] Filing an opposition to League's Petition to Reconsider


Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Wed Dec 13 23:00:24 EST 2006


My understanding was that you can file a "petition for reconsideration"
(ARRL filed December 11th) up to the date that the R&O goes info effect
(in this case December 15). The "petition for reconsideration" then goes
into the Federal Register for public viewing and then any oppositions to
this "petition for reconsideration" have to be filed within 15 days. The
kicker here is in the phrase of "timely filed". Section 1.4 doesn't seem
to define up front what that means.
 
Pete, wa2cwa
 
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 19:25:04 -0600 Geoff/W5OMR <ars.w5omr at gmail.com>
writes:
> D. Chester wrote:
> > Section 1.429(e) provides that
> > when a petition for reconsideration is timely
> > filed in proper form, public notice of its filing
> > is published in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
> > Section 1.429(f) provides that oppositions to a
> > petition for reconsideration shall be filed
> > within 15 days after public notice of the petition's
> > filing in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
> >
> >
> > 
>
http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/12feb20041500/edocket.access.gpo.
gov/cfr_2004/octqtr/pdf/47cfr1.3.pdf
> 
> to confirm... this means that since the Bandplan change was recorded 
> in 
> the Federal Register right at 30 days ago (tomorrow), means that 
> whatever petition the ARRL plans on filing is pretty much null & 
> void?
> 
> Sounds typical.
> 
> --
> 73



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