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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB018 (2003)

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ARLB018 VOLUNTARY COMMUNICATIONS EMERGENCY

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ARRL Bulletin 18  ARLB018
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  February 17, 2003
To all radio amateurs 

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ARLB018 VOLUNTARY COMMUNICATIONS EMERGENCY

VOLUNTARY COMMUNICATIONS EMERGENCY

17 February, 2003
 
The Federal Communications Commission in conjunction with the ARRL
today announced a Communications Emergency to exist In Kentucky.
Under the authority of section 97.401 of the Federal Communications
Commission's Rules and Regulations (47 C.F.R. Part 97) a
Communications Emergency is declared in Kentucky requiring the
protection of amateur emergency communications frequencies.
Amateurs are asked to refrain from using 444.125 MHz, 146.760 MHz,
and 147.165 MHz in Fayette County, Kentucky, unless they are taking
part in the handling of emergency traffic.  This order is effective
immediately until rescinded.
 
Joseph P. Casey
Enforcement Bureau
Chief, Technical Public Safety Division
Federal Communications Commission
Washington, DC
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