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[FR Doc No: 93-31998]


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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

[Gen. Docket No. 89-573; DA 93-1530]

 

Private Land Mobile Radio Services; Philadelphia Metropolitan 
Area Public Safety Plan Amendment

AGENCY: Federal Communications Commission.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: The Chief, Land Mobile and Microwave Division and the Acting 
Chief, Spectrum Engineering Division released this Order amending the 
Public Safety Radio Plan for the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Region 
28). As a result of accepting the amendment for the Plan for Region 28, 
the interests of the eligible entities within the region will be 
furthered.

EFFECTIVE DATE: December 27, 1993.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Betty Woolford, Private Radio Bureau, Policy and Planning Branch, (202) 
632-6497.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Order

    Adopted: December 16, 1993.
    Released: December 27, 1993.

    By the Chief, Land Mobile and Microwave Division and the Acting 
Chief, Spectrum Engineering Division:

    1. The Private Radio Bureau and the Office of Engineering and 
Technology, acting under delegated authority, accepted the Philadelphia 
Metropolitan Area (Region 28) Public Safety Plan (Plan) on February 2, 
1990, 5 FCC Rcd 3067 (1990).
    2. By letter dated June 28, 1993, the Region proposed to amend its 
Plan. The proposed amendment would revise the current channel 
allotments. The Commission placed the letter on Public Notice for 
comments due on August 27, 1993, 58 FR 40818 (July 30, 1993). The 
Commission received comments from the Tri-State Radio Planning 
Committee (Region 8) and several groups associated with it. As a result 
of these comments, Region 28 and Region 8 held a meeting to resolve the 
differences between the two regions. A new amendment was filed by 
Region 28 on November 3, 1993, to reflect the agreements reached as a 
result of the meeting between the two regions.
    3. We have reviewed the proposed amendment to the Region 28 Plan 
and conclude it furthers the interests of the eligible entities within 
the Region.
    4. Accordingly, it is ordered that the Public Safety Radio Plan for 
the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area (Region 28) is amended, as set forth 
in the Region's letter of June 28 and its subsequent letter of November 
3, 1993. This Amendment is effective immediately.

Federal Communications Commission.
Richard J. Shiben,
Chief, Land Mobile & Microwave Division.
[FR Doc. 93-31998 Filed 12-30-93; 8:45 am]
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