|Well, shortly after my last rant on the subject, I was informed that the database coordinator for the FRC had encountered some dire medical emergency. A little after that, the following notice went up on the FRC website:|
Due to illness, family and work committments, application processing has been unavoidably delayed and will resume the first week of October. We appreciate your extreme patience and understanding.
The July 2006 newsletter will be mailed by October 6. If you don't receive one, (or simply cannot wait) then an electronic copy can be downloaded from our newsletters page and printed. If you don't receive your hard copy then it's possible we don't have your correct mailing address."
So now it's been a month and no mail (electronic or otherwise) to let me know the status of my coordination request.
OK, maybe its time to send the following via certified letter to the FRC:
down south somewhere
In leiu of any response from the FRC on the subject of coordinations for the past five months, I am assuming the FRC has abandoned its duty as the statewide coordination body. Therefore, I am stating for the record that on this date, October 31st, I consider my current application for coordination (amended as per previous FRC request for 147.18/78 Mhz) before the council to be completed and coordinated in accordance with FCC guidelines. I am pressing on with building this machine and I consider the subject of coordination to be closed.