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                         Before the
              FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
                   Washington, D.C.  20554


In the Matter of                        )
                              )    File No. EB-98-DV-322
TACO TIME                     )    NAL Acct. No. 815DV0002
Rock Springs, Wyoming              )    


                            ORDER

     Adopted:  July 14, 2000              Released:  July 
18, 2000 

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:

     1.   In  this   Order,  we   adopt  a   Consent  Decree 
terminating  a  forfeiture   proceeding  against  TACO  TIME 
RESTAURANT (``TACO TIME'') concerning unauthorized operation 
of a  radio transmitter in  violation of Section 301  of the 
Communications Act of 1934, as amended (the ``Act'').1  TACO 
TIME agrees to implement  a comprehensive Compliance Program 
to  ensure  continued  compliance   with  the  Act  and  the 
Commission's  Rules and  policies.  In  addition, TACO  TIME 
agrees to make a voluntary contribution to the U.S. Treasury 
of $1,500.

     2.   The  former  Compliance   and  Information  Bureau 
assessed  an  $11,000  forfeiture   against  TACO  TIME  for 
unlicensed operation  of radio transmitters in  violation of 
Section 301 of  the Act.2  TACO TIME has  indicated that the 
$11,000 forfeiture could impose  an overwhelming hardship on 
its business.

     3.   The Enforcement  Bureau staff  and TACO  TIME have 
negotiated  the  terms  of   a  Consent  Decree  that  would 
terminate this proceeding.  A copy  of the Consent Decree is 
attached hereto and incorporated by reference. 

     4.   We have  reviewed the terms of  the Consent Decree 
and  evaluated the  facts  before us.  We  believe that  the 
public  interest would  be served  by approving  the Consent 
Decree and terminating this proceeding.

     5.   Accordingly, IT  IS ORDERED, pursuant  to Sections 
4(i) and 4(j) of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 
47 U.S.C   154(i) and 154(j), and  the authority delegated 
in Sections  0.111 and 0.311  of the Commission's  Rules, 47 
C.F.R.  0.111 and 0.311,  that the attached Consent Decree 
is hereby ADOPTED.

     6.   IT   IS  FURTHER   ORDERED   that  the   voluntary 
contribution referenced in the  Consent Decree shall be paid 
by  a  check  or money  order  drawn  to  the order  of  the 
``Federal Communications Commission.''   Reference should be 
made on the check or money order to ``Acct. No. 815DV0002.''  
The  remittance should  be  sent  to: Forfeiture  Collection 
Section, Finance Branch,  Federal Communications Commission, 
P.O. Box 73482, Chicago, Illinois 60673-7482. 

     7.   IT  IS FURTHER  ORDERED that  the above  captioned 
forfeiture proceeding IS TERMINATED. 
           
                         FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION


                         David H. Solomon
                         Chief, Enforcement Bureau
_________________________

1     47 U.S.C.  301.

2     See  Taco Time, 14  FCC Rcd  2904 (Compl. &  Inf. Bur. 
1999); recon. denied, 15 FCC Rcd 1319  (Enf. Bur. 1999).