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Released: April 26, 2013

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Federal Communications Commission
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Washington, D.C. 20554


DA 13-951

April 26, 2013

PUBLIC SAFETY AND HOMELAND SECURITY BUREAU ANNOUNCES

REGION 30 (NEW YORK – ALBANY) PUBLIC SAFETY REGIONAL PLANNING

COMMITTEES TO HOLD 700 MHZ AND 800 MHZ NPSPAC MEETINGS

Gen. Docket No. 90-394

The Region 30 (New York-Albany)1 Public Safety Regional Planning Committees (RPCs) will
hold two consecutive planning meetings on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Beginning at 10:00 a.m., the 700
MHz Public Safety RPC will convene at the Tompkins County Emergency Response Center, Village of
Lansing, Airport Complex, 92 Brown Road, Ithaca, New York.
The agenda for the 700 MHz meeting includes:

Review and approval of the May 14, 2013 Meeting Agenda

Review and approval of the February 25, 2013 Meeting Report

Interoperability
o New York State Interoperability Executive Committee and Statewide Planning
Reports (Robert Barbato)

Technical Subcommittee
o 4.9 GHz guidelines development
o Region 30 700 MHz

New business and opportunity for comments

Schedule next meeting

Adjourn
Immediately following the 700 MHz Public Safety RPC meeting, the 800 MHz Public Safety
RPC will convene at the same location.

1 The Region 30 regional planning area includes thirty-one counties in upstate New York: Albany, Broome,
Cayuga, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Green, Hamilton, Herkimer,
Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratoga,
Schenectady, Schoharie, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, and Washington.

The agenda for the 800 MHz meeting includes:

Review and approval of the May 14, 2013 Meeting Agenda

Review and approval of the February 25, 2013 Meeting Report

Technical Subcommittee update
o Approval letter request
o Concurrence requests

Old business

New business and opportunity for comments

Schedule next meeting

Adjourn
Both Region 30 Public Safety RPC meetings are open to the public. All eligible public safety
providers in Region 30 may utilize these frequencies. It is essential that eligible public safety agencies in
all areas of government, including state, municipality, county, and Native American Tribal be represented
in order to ensure that each agency’s future spectrum needs are considered in the allocation process.
Administrators who are not oriented in the communications field should delegate someone with this
knowledge to attend, participate, and represent their agency’s needs.
All interested parties wishing to participate in planning for the use of public safety spectrum in
the 700 MHz and 800 MHz bands within Region 30 should plan to attend. For further information, please
contact:
Lee Shurtleff
Region 30 Chair, 700 MHz and 800 MHz Public Safety RPCs
92 Brown Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
lshurtleff@tompkins-co.org
(607) 257-3888
Larissa Guedko
Region 30 Vice-Chair, 700 MHz and 800 MHz Public Safety RPCs
Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications
New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services
State Campus Building 7A Suite 710
1220 Washington Ave
Albany, NY 12242
LGuedko@dshes.ny.gov
(518) 322-4911
Matthew Delaney
Technical Subcommittee Chair
Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications
New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services
State Campus Building 7A, Suite 710
1220 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12242
(518) 322-4911
MDelaney@DHSES.ny.gov
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