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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB044 (2002)

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ARLB044 The ARRL Board of Directors convenes July 19-21 in Windsor,
Connecticut

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ARRL Bulletin 44  ARLB044
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  July 19, 2002
To all radio amateurs 

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ARLB044 The ARRL Board of Directors convenes July 19-21 in Windsor,
Connecticut

The ARRL Board of Directors convenes July 19-21 in Windsor,
Connecticut, for its mid-year meeting. Among the issues up for
consideration is whether to drop ''Section News'' and contest line
scores from QST and move them to the ARRL Web site. The Board
delayed a decision on the matter at its January meeting, saying it
wanted members to be aware of the reasons behind the proposal and to
evaluate alternative ideas.

Also up for discussion are preparations for World Radiocommunication
Conference 2003, including an update on efforts to secure a 300-kHz
worldwide amateur allocation at 40 meters.

Addressing Board members, guests and ARRL staff members July 18
prior to the formal Board session, FCC Special Counsel for
Enforcement Riley Hollingsworth said that while enforcement will be
''maintaining the course,'' he's hoping by year's end to mount ''a more
aggressive stance'' against 10-meter incursions by unlicensed
individuals. He said that using 10-meters was among the best
defenses against intruders. Hollingsworth also met with ARRL staff
members July 19 to discuss specific areas of concern and
cooperation.

Board members also will consider nominees for several ARRL-sponsored
awards.
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