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                         Before the
              Federal Communications Commission
                   Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                        )
                              )
Colorado Callcomm, Inc.            )    File Number EB-00-
TS-017
7000 North Broadway                )
Building 2, Suite 203                   )
Denver, Colorado 80221             )    NAL/Acct. No. 
915DV0014


                MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER

Adopted:  April 17, 2001                     Released:  
April 19, 2001

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:
                               
     1.   In this Memorandum  Opinion and Order (``Order''), 
we  rescind  a monetary  forfeiture  in  the amount  of  ten 
thousand  dollars  ($10,000)  that was  issued  to  Colorado 
Callcomm, Inc.  (``Callcomm'') for willfully  and repeatedly 
violating  Section 301  of  the Communications  Act of  1934 
(``Act''),  as  amended.1    The  noted  violations  involve 
Callcomm's  operation of  an unlicensed  radio station  near 
Plainview, Colorado.2

     2.   In   Callcomm's   Petition  for   Reconsideration, 
Callcomm,  inter alia,  identifies the  licensee purportedly 
responsible  for  the  radio operation  from  an  unlicensed 
frequency, and  claims that such  operation was caused  by a 
malfunctioning transmitter.   We have  considered Callcomm's 
arguments and reviewed the record,  and we conclude that the 
record is  insufficient to  support a finding  that Callcomm 
operated an unlicensed radio station. 

     3.   Accordingly,  IT  IS  ORDERED  THAT,  pursuant  to 
Section 504(b)  of the Act,  and Sections 0.111,  0.311, and 
1.80 of  the Commission's  Rules (``Rules''),3  the monetary 
forfeiture issued  against Callcomm  IS RESCINDED,  and that 
pursuant to Section 1.106 of the Rules,4 Callcomm's Petition 
for  Reconsideration  IS  GRANTED to  the  extent  indicated 
herein and IS DENIED in all other aspects.

          4.   IT IS  FURTHER ORDERED that  a copy of  this Order 
shall be sent by Certified  Mail Return Receipt Requested to 
Colorado Callcomm,  Inc., 7000  North Broadway,  Building 2, 
Suite  203,  Denver, Colorado  80221,  and  to its  counsel, 
Russell  Fox, Esquire,  Gardner,  Carton &  Douglas, 1301  K 
Street, N.W., Suite 900, East Tower, Washington, D.C. 20005-
3317.


                         FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

     

                         David H. Solomon
                         Chief, Enforcement Bureau
_________________________

     1 47 U.S.C.  301.
      
     2 Colorado Callcomm, Inc., 15 FCC Rcd 9397 (Enf. Bur. 
2000).
      
     3 47 C.F.R.  0.11, 0.311, and 1.80. 
     4 47 C.F.R.  1.106.