LPFM Watch: MX Groups in West to Be Processed Soon, 3 More Granted LPFMS, Growing Gardens Turns Back Permit
June 6, 2014
This week’s LPFM application dismissals include Northland Baptist Ministries (Wasilla, Alaska), Centro Palabra de Fe (Las Cruces, New Mexico), Alamo Methodist (San Antonio, Texas), and P:EAR (Portland, Oregon). Additionally, Growing Gardens (Hillsboro, Oregon) had its permit cancelled after its Executive Director sent a letter to the FCC requesting the cancellation of the construction permit. In his letter, David Greenberg writes, “Growing Gardens does not wish to pursue this application and therefore, respectfully requests that the application and attached construction permit be dismissed and cancelled.”
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