Recovered 1955 Radio Program Club Star Way WWNH Rochester

A Joseph Ross
Sat Oct 7 01:51:59 EDT 2017

But a formal order to that effect, with appropriate findings, should 
have entered, so that Mr. Dodge would have had his due process.

On 10/6/2017 1:22 PM, Sid Schweiger wrote:
> "The Commission seems to have decided to ignore any application to 
> which Mr. Dodge was a party, accepting it for filing but never acting 
> on it. It is one of the more egregious examples of FCC arbitrariness, 
> in my opinion."
> Not egregious or arbitrary at all.  The applicable cliché is : "Every 
> man has his breaking point."
> FCC records are replete with Dodge's apparently willful ignorance of 
> FCC rules, procedures and directives.  Recently he was told by the 
> Commission that all subsequent applications for properties he owned or 
> wished to purchase would be ignored.  Scott Fybush's August 14th NERW 
> newsletter ( states that the 
> record goes back for decades.  Dodge even managed to violate the terms 
> of a consent decree to which he was a party.
> Those of us who have worked in the broadcasting business for any 
> length of time know how hard you have to try to draw the FCC's anger 
> to this extent, but Dodge has somehow managed to pull it off.

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