Licensed to non-actual locations
Sat Apr 12 19:13:54 EDT 2008
North Pole is an amusement park. I visited the place once with my kids.
But it is also the name of a USGS place where a few people live, just
outside the park. It is a part of Wilmington, perhaps best known as the
home of Whiteface Mountain. In fact, North Pole is on the Whiteface Mountain
North Pole is not a Census Designated Place (CDP). It is not listed at all
with the Census Bureau. It probably has no local governance. All-in-all, it
would probably not qualify for licensing today.
----- Original Message -----
From: "A. Joseph Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Dave Doherty" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Dan.Strassberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 12:48 AM
Subject: Re: Licensed to non-actual locations
> On 31 Jan 2008 at 23:01, Dave Doherty wrote:
>> North Pole was a community that (a) met the definition of a community,
>> (b) met the distance separation requirements that existed at the time
>> the allocation was moved, and (c) was within the radius the FCC
>> allowed at the time to move a city of license, maybe 15 miles..
> I thought North Pole, New York was a theme park, complete with Santa
> and his workshop. I seem to remember seeing something about it on TV
> when I lived in the Albany area in the mid-1950s.
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