CGC #1070

by CGC on June 6, 2011



                      THE CGC COMMUNICATOR

                            CGC #1070

                      Monday, June 6, 2011


                Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor

    Copyright 2011, Communications General® Corporation (CGC)



  First a video report on the reopening of Angeles Crest Highway (the primary 
route to Mt. Wilson), then an AP/NBC written report, then an electronic road 
sign that says it all.

  Mt. Wilson engineers, astronomers and others are delighted at the big time 
saving this route offers to the L.A. basin.



  Just in case you missed our announcement in CGC #1066:

  Summer is rapidly approaching and we are going to try something different 
for a while -- a very relaxed, sporadic publication schedule.  Newsletters 
will be issued only "every so often" and cover just the most essential news 
-- local news primarily.

  As for our once-a-month listing of local FCC Applications and Actions, there 
is no change in the publication plan.

  Have a great summer!



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