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                1.                       Before the
          2.            Federal Communications Commission
             3.                 Washington, D.C. 20554
                  4.                            

In the Matter of                )
                                )
Johnson Communications          )            File No.   EB-03-PO-
181
ASR#s 1034891, 1034892          )            
Ashland, Oregon                 )            NOV              No.  
V20043292001


              5.                  NOTICE OF VIOLATION

                                             Released:  December 
18, 2003

By the Resident Agent, Portland Office, Enforcement Bureau:

     This is a Notice of Violation ("Notice") issued pursuant  to 
Section   1.89   of   the   Commission's   Rules,1   to   Johnson 
Communications.

     On September 25, 2003, an agent of the Commission's Portland 
Office  inspected  the  antenna  structures,  ASR#s  1034891  and 
1034892, Ashland, Oregon, and observed the following violation:

       47 C.F.R.   17.50:   ``Antenna structures  requiring 
       painting  under  this   part  shall  be  cleaned   or 
       repainted  as often  as  necessary to  maintain  good 
       visibility.'' 

       The white  painted bands have undergone  considerable 
       fading. These antenna structures should be  repainted 
       to restore good visibility.

     Pursuant to  Section 308(b)  of  the Communications  Act  of 
1934, as amended,2  and Section 1.89  of the Commission's  Rules, 
Johnson Communications must submit a written statement concerning 
this matter  within  20 days  of  release of  this  Notice.   The 
response must  fully  explain  each  violation,  must  contain  a 
statement of the specific action  taken to correct the  violation 
and preclude  recurrence,  and should  include  a time  line  for 
completion of pending  corrective action.  The  response must  be 
complete in itself and  signed by a principal  or officer of  the 
licensee with personal knowledge of the matter.  All replies  and 
documentation sent in  response to this  Notice should be  marked 
with the File No. and NOV No. specified above, and mailed to  the 
following address:

                 Federal Communications Commission
                 Portland Office
                 P.O.Box 61469
                 Vancouver, WA 98666     This Notice shall  be sent to  Johnson Communicatons,  Attn: 
Robert Johnson, PO Box 159, Medford, Oregon 97501.

     The Privacy Act of  19743 requires that  we advise you  that 
the Commission will use all relevant material information  before 
it,  including  any  information  disclosed  in  your  reply,  to 
determine what, if any, enforcement action is required to  ensure 
compliance.  Any false statement made knowingly and willfully  in 
reply to this Notice is punishable by fine or imprisonment  under 
Title 18 of the U.S. Code.4


                                FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS 
COMMISSION




                                Binh Nguyen
                                Resident Agent
                                Portland Office




_________________________

1 47 C.F.R.  1.89.

2 47 U.S.C.  308(b).
3 P.L. 93-579, 5 U.S.C.  552a(e)(3).

4 18 U.S.C.  1001 et seq.