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Released: April 3, 2013

Federal Communications Commission

FCC 13-42

Before the

Federal Communications Commission

Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of

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Bill R. Wright d/b/a

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KEGG Communications and

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KXVI Communications

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Facility ID No. 93413
Former Licensee of Deleted FM Translator )
File No. BLFT-20041122AHW
Station DK213EB, Greenville, Texas )
File No. BRFT-20050926AAE
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER

Adopted: April 3, 2013

Released: April 3, 2013

By the Commission:
1.
The Commission has under consideration an Application for Review filed on March 16,
2006, by Bill R. Wright, d/b/a KEGG Communications and KXVI Communications (“KEGG”), licensee
of deleted FM Translator station DK213EB, Greenville, Texas. KEGG seeks review of the February 28,
2006, action by the Media Bureau (the “Bureau”) dismissing as untimely its petition for reconsideration1
of the cancellation of DK213EB’s license and the dismissal of its license renewal application as moot.
2.
Upon review of the Application for Review and the entire record, we conclude that
KEGG has failed to demonstrate that the Bureau erred. The Staff Decision properly decided the matters
raised and we uphold its decision for the reasons stated therein. KEGG argues for the first time on review
that: (1) the medical condition of its consulting engineer (who apparently was responsible for filing its
documents with the Commission) “may have been” the cause of its untimely reconsideration petition; (2)
the cancellation of the Station’s license would be a disadvantage to the community it served; and (3) the
Commission should reinstate the license to provide KEGG an opportunity to consider donating or selling
it to another nonprofit entity. Because the staff was not afforded an opportunity to pass on those
arguments, we need not consider them.2
3.
ACCORDINGLY, IT IS ORDERED that, pursuant to Section 5(c)(5) of the
Communications Act of 1934, as amended,3 and Section 1.115(g) of the Commission’s rules,4 the
Application for Review IS DENIED. 5
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Marlene H. Dortch
Secretary

1 Letter to KEGG Communications, Ref. 1800B3 (MB Feb. 28, 2006) (“Staff Decision”).
2 See 47 C.F.R. § 1.115(c).
3 47 U.S.C. § 155(c)(5).
4 47 C.F.R. § 1.115(g).
5 We note that, on March 17, 2006, KEGG filed an additional application for renewal of license for DK213EB. See
File No. BRFT-20060317AFQ. In light of our action herein, we direct the Bureau to dismiss that application.

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