FCC Revokes Metro Two-Way Licenses
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 | Comments

The FCC revoked the licenses for Metro Two-Way after it failed to appear at a prehearing conference June 5.

In May, the commission commenced a hearing proceeding before an administrative law judge (ALJ) to determine whether Metro Two-Way was qualified to be and to remain an FCC licensee, whether any or all of its licenses should be revoked, and whether its pending application should be denied.

In January, the FCC revoked the licenses from Acumen Communications, a company that held 10 licenses for private LMR (PLMR) and microwave stations in the Los Angeles area and one nationwide license. The action followed FCC Chief Administrative Law Judge Richard Sippel terminating a hearing into Acumen’s qualifications to be a licensee after Acumen failed to appear.

Hector Mosquera was allegedly tied to both Acumen and Metro Two-Way.

The order revoking the Metro Two-Way licenses is here.

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