FAA to Require Marking for Some Towers 200 Feet or Less
July 25, 2016
Congress recently passed, and the president signed, H.R. 636 – a/k/a the “FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016”. The primary purpose of this sweeping, 51-page piece of legislation is to ensure the continuity of the FAA’s operations for another year (through Sept. 30, 2017). But buried deep in its legislative bowels is Section 2110, a little-publicized provision that could have serious repercussions on small tower owners, particularly those in rural areas.
Get the Media Source Newsletter on your smartphone or tablet now!
The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (MB Docket Nos. 19-311, 13-249) asks the industry to share its insights...Posted on November 25, 2019
The state wants to re-label the school as a "community care facility" and put it under heavy regulation by the Department of Social Services.Posted on November 20, 2019
Congress continues to search for a solution to the STELAR debate, with a new bill now circulating...Posted on November 19, 2019
FCC will run auction that will sell 280 MHz for the development of 5G.Posted on November 18, 2019