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Socorro prepares to lose KYRN 102.1FM Local Radio permanently as 'Good Christian' behaves falsely and fraudulently harming the purchaser and public.

Posted 1/3/2019

 Silent Key Bill Pace K5MXQ and sole member of Socorro Community Radio LLC. formerly of Albuquerque.

 Bill and Tamara Pace Bill and Tamara Pace

 "Pace said he had hoped to use the KYRN license to restore the services that used to be provided by KMXQ-FM 92.9, which went off the air in March. KMXQ provided country music programming and, more importantly, live radio coverage of Warrior football games.

 

 "There's still a little hope, but not a whole lot right at the moment," Pace said. "I really wanted to get service back there for the community."

 

 "If there is the one most important thing for community service down there, it's high school sports," Pace said. "Also, being able to provide services in the event of emergency, or to cover special situations."

 

 

George Funkhouser under under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FMGeorge Funkhouser under under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FM

Manny Marquez and Kenny G. under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FMManny Marquez and Kenny G. under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FM

 Kenny G. under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FMKenny G. under Green Lion LLC ownership of KYRN 102.1FM "My understanding is, you can go dark for one year," Pace said. "The license is already dark, so the clock is running. Even if the license is resold, the one-year rule still applies."

 

 Meanwhile, Vigil hopes Pace will still be able to reach an agreement with Sovereign City Radio Services — and the sooner the better, as far as he's concerned."

  July 24 2010 El Defensor Chieftain

 

   I think the radio broadcast industry would greatly benefit if like Amateur and Commercial licensing, being AM or FM licensed required the license holder to know broadcast regulations in Part 0, 11 and 73 along with the technical radio science before accepting the transfer of a license. Good character would be the Zia obligation of a devotion to the welfare of others when being the custodian of a public utility.

   As the KYRN license serving Socorro heads toward expiration, the failure of Edmondson to file the required transfer in 45 days from intention to transfer with publication of sales notice in the El Defensor Chieftain on April 27th 2017 and leaving the community of coverage for full-time employment in Iowa along with falsification of the March and August 2018 notice to go silent by becomes even more grievous and has greatly harmed the public good with prejudice.

 

Bill and Cynthia Pace Bill and Cynthia Pace

 

 Virgil Vigil January 16, 2013

 Bill Pace January 27, 2013

 

  Ranger Rhys KD7GSB