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FCC Form 399: Reimbursement Request

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(REFERENCE COPY - Not for submission) FCC Form 399: Reimbursement Request

Facility ID:
73263
Service:
DTV
Call Sign:
WMHT
Channel:
25 (UHF)
File Number:
0000027901
FRN:
0006595441
Date Submitted:
09/15/2019

Applicant Information

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Applicant Name, Type, and Contact Information

Applicant Address Phone Email Applicant Type

WMHT EDUCATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Doing Business As: WMHT

ROBERT ALTMAN

4 GLOBAL VIEW

TROY, NY 12180

United States

+1 (518) 880-3400 raltman@wmht.org Not-for-Profit

Reimbursement Contact Information

Reimbursement Contact Name and Information

Applicant Address Phone Email

[Confidential]

 

 

 


Preparer Contact Information

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Preparer Contact Name and Information

Applicant Address Phone Email

Matt Saplin

Chief Engineer

WMHT Educational Telecommunications

Matt Saplin

4 Global View

Troy, NY 12180

United States

+1 (518) 880-3472 msaplin@wmht.org

Broadcaster Information and Transition Plan

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Question Response
Will the station be sharing equipment with another broadcast television station or stations (e.g., a shared antenna, co-location on a tower, use of the same transmitter room, multiple transmitters feeding a combiner, etc.)? If yes, enter the facility ID's of the other stations and click 'prefill' to download those stations' licensing information. Yes
Briefly describe transition plan Replace IOT Transmitter and associated equipment. AUX antenna and transmission line, add combiner for WTEN. Replace main transmission line to combiner, combiner and shared transmission line to antenna. Add AC and electric to transmitter room.

Transmitters

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Section Question Response
Transmitter Related Expenses Do you have transmitter related expenses? Yes

Primary Transmitter

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Existing Transmitter Information

Section Question Response
Existing Transmitter Description Type of change Purchase New
Use Primary (Main)
Description of Use N/A
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Site N/A
Is this transmitter currently shared with another station? No
Is this transmitter currently in operating condition? Yes
Existing Transmitter Manufacturer and Type Manufacturer
Model Paragon
Year 2005
Type Inductive Output Tube
IOT Power Type Two
Power Capacity 50 kW

Primary Transmitter

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New Transmitter Costs

Section Question Response
New Transmitter Use Primary (Main)
Change Type Purchase New
Is this a request for upgraded equipment? Yes
Manufacturer
Model THU9evo
Transmitter Type Solid State
Solid State Cooling Liquid Cooled
Solid State Power capacity 31 kW
Justification for New Transmitter Cost of re-tuning and replacing exciters exceeds cost of new transmitter.

Primary Transmitter

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Other Transmitter Costs

Section Question Response
Electrical Service Service Entrance (3 phases 800A 208V) No
Switchgear (industrial 800 amp) No
Transformer (480V) No
Power N/A
Rigid Conduit and Wiring No
Size N/A
Length N/A
Other Electrical Service Yes
Description Unsure of new electrical requirements
HVAC Service Does the replacement transmitter require HVAC Service? Yes
Type Heating and Cooling
Size 30 tons
Other Size N/A
Transmitter Building Addition/Modification or Leasehold Improvement Does the Transmitter Building require an addition, modification, other leashold improvement? No
Size N/A
Channel 14 Costs Is an RF Consulting Engineer needed? N/A
Is a channel 14 Mask Filer needed? N/A
Is additional field engineering time needed? N/A
Number of Days N/A

Primary Transmitter

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Other Transmitter Cost Not Listed

Name Description

MASK Filter

Channel Change requires new mask filter (prior cut for Channel 34)

Interim Transmitter

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New Transmitter Costs

Section Question Response
New Transmitter Use Interim
Description of Use N/A
Change Type Purchase
Manufacturer
Model THUevo
Transmitter Type Solid State
Solid State Cooling Liquid Cooled
Solid State Power capacity 15.5 kW
Justification for New Transmitter need to have a transmitter to use while the existing transmitter room and transmission system/combiner is rebuilt for the new channel due to room constraints

Interim Transmitter

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Other Transmitter Costs

Section Question Response
Electrical Service Service Entrance (3 phases 800A 208V) No
Switchgear (industrial 800 amp) Yes
Transformer (480V) Yes
Power 300 kVA
Rigid Conduit and Wiring No
Size N/A
Length N/A
Other Electrical Service No
Description N/A
HVAC Service Does the replacement transmitter require HVAC Service? Yes
Type Heating and Cooling
Size 20 tons
Other Size N/A
Transmitter Building Addition/Modification or Leasehold Improvement Does the Transmitter Building require an addition, modification, other leashold improvement? No
Size N/A
Channel 14 Costs Is an RF Consulting Engineer needed? N/A
Is a channel 14 Mask Filer needed? N/A
Is additional field engineering time needed? N/A
Number of Days N/A
Inside RF System Is an additional interior RF system required to support this interim transmitter? Yes

Interim Transmitter

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Other Transmitter Cost Not Listed

Information not provided.

Antennas

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Section Question Response
Antenna Related Expenses Do you have antenna related expenses? Yes

Primary Antenna

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Existing Antenna Information

Section Question Response
Existing Antenna Description Type of change Retune Existing
Antenna Use Primary (Main)
Description of Use N/A
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Site N/A
Is the existing antenna shared with another station or stations? Yes
Is the existing antenna directional? No
Is antenna in operating condition? Yes
Is antenna located on or in close proximity to an antenna farm? No
Existing Antenna Manufacturer and Type Class Full Power
Mounting Top Mount
Antenna position in stack Bottom
Polarization Horizontal
Type Broadband Panel
Number of Stations Supported 4
Number of Panels 60
Design power capacity in use 100.0 %
Lower Limit 470.00 MHz
Upper Limit 698.00 MHz
Other Antenna Type N/A
ERP: 105.0 kW
Manufacturer Dielectric
Model TUD-05-12/60H-1-B
Year 2005

Facility ID's and Call Signs of all stations with whom the antenna is shared.

Facility ID Call Sign
11970 WXXA-TV
73264 WCWN
73942 WRGB
74422 WTEN

Primary Antenna

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Adjustment to Existing Antenna

Section Question Response
Sweep Test of Existing Antenna Do you need a sweep test of existing antenna? Yes

Primary Antenna

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Other Antenna Costs

Section Question Response
Combiner for Shared Antenna Do you need a Combiner for a Shared Antenna? Yes
Type New
Number of channels supported 3
Frequencies of channels supported RF channel
Frequency N/A

Enter a list of RF channel numbers.

RF Channel Number
24
22
25

Primary Antenna

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Other Antenna Cost Not Listed

Information not provided.

Auxiliary Antenna

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Add Antenna Information

Section Question Response
Existing Antenna Description Type of change Purchase New
Antenna Use Auxiliary (Backup)
Description of Use WMHT Aux Antenna
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Site N/A
Is this antenna currently shared with any other stations? No
Is this antenna directional? No
Is antenna in operating condition? Yes
Is antenna located on or in close proximity to an antenna farm? No
Existing Antenna Manufacturer and Type Class Full Power
Mounting Side Mount
Antenna position in stack Not in Stack
Polarization Horizontal
Type Slotted Coaxial
Number of Stations Supported N/A
Number of Panels N/A
Design power capacity in use N/A
Lower Limit N/A
Upper Limit N/A
Other Antenna Type N/A
ERP: 19.0 kW
Manufacturer
Model DCA
Year 2005

Auxiliary Antenna

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New Antenna Costs

Section Question Response
New Antenna Description Use Auxiliary (Backup)
Description of Use Aux antenna
Change Type Purchase New
Is this a request for upgraded equipment? Yes
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Is antenna shared? Yes
Is antenna directional? Yes
Will antenna be located on or in close proximity to an antenna farm? No
New Antenna Manufacturer and Types Class Full Power
Mounting Side Mount
Antenna position in stack Not in Stack
Polarization Horizontal
Type Broadband Panel
Number of Stations Supported 2
Number of Panels/Bays 24
Lower Limit 512.00 MHz
Upper Limit 600.00 MHz
Design power capacity in use 50.0 %
Other Antenna Type N/A
ERP: 20.0 kW
Manufacturer
Model TU Deltastar
Year 2017
Justification for New Antenna WMHT aux is for channel 34 only, WTEN does not have an aux antenna or back up facility needed for repack transition

Auxiliary Antenna

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Other Antenna Costs

Section Question Response
Combiner for Shared Antenna Do you need a Combiner for a Shared Antenna? Yes
Type New
Number of channels supported 2
Frequencies of channels supported Upper and lower frequency
Frequency 530.0 MHz - 542.0 MHz
Do you need a combiner output splitter/switcher for dual feed lines? Yes
Elbow Complex Do you require the separate purchase of the Elbow Complex? Yes
Broadband or Single Channel? Broadband
Feed Line Size 6 1/8 inches inches
Side Mount Brackets Do you require the separate purchase of side mount brackets for a high power antenna? Yes
Pattern Scatter Analysis Do you require separate purchase of pattern scatter analysis for a side mount high or medium power antenna? Yes
Sweep Test Do you require the sweep testing of transmission line and antenna? Yes

Auxiliary Antenna

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Other Antenna Cost Not Listed

Information not provided.

Transmission Line

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Section Question Response
Transmission Line Related Expenses Do you have transmission line related expenses? Yes

Auxiliary Transmission Line

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Add Transmission Line

Section Question Response
Existing Transmission Line Description Type of change Purchase New
Use Auxiliary (Backup)
Description of Use Aux transmission line
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Site N/A
Is this transmission currently shared with any other stations? No
Is Transmission Line in operating condition? Yes
Existing Transmission Line Manufacturer and Type Manufacturer
Type Rigid
Diameter 6 1/8 inches
Other Diameter N/A
Segment Length 19 1/2 inches
Other Segment Length N/A
Number of parallel runs 0
Length 347 feet per run

Auxiliary Transmission Line

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New Transmission Line

Section Question Response
New Transmission Line Costs Use Auxiliary (Backup)
Description of Use new channel tx line
Change Type Purchase New
Is this a request for upgraded equipment? Yes
Type Rigid
Diameter 6 1/8 inches
Other Diameter N/A
Segment Length Broadband
Other Segment Length N/A
Number of parallel runs 0
Length 550 feet per run
Justification for New Transmission Line existing tx line for channel 34 only. WTEN does not have an aux or back up needed for repack/transition

Auxiliary Transmission Line

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Other Transmission Line Expenses Not Listed

Information not provided.

Primary Transmission Line

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Existing Transmission Line

Section Question Response
Existing Transmission Line Description Type of change Purchase New
Use Primary (Main)
Description of Use N/A
Ownership Owned
Owner N/A
Site N/A
Is the existing transmission line shared with another station or stations? Yes
Is Transmission Line in operating condition? Yes
Existing Transmission Line Manufacturer and Type Manufacturer
Type Rigid
Diameter 8 3/16 inches
Other Diameter N/A
Segment Length 19 1/2 inches
Other Segment Length N/A
Number of parallel runs 0
Length 600 feet per run

Facility ID's and Call Signs of all stations with whom the transmission line is shared.

Facility ID Call Sign
73942 WRGB
74422 WTEN
11970 WXXA-TV
73264 WCWN

Primary Transmission Line

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New Transmission Line

Section Question Response
New Transmission Line Costs Use Primary (Main)
Description of Use N/A
Change Type Purchase New
Is this a request for upgraded equipment? No
Type Rigid
Diameter 8 3/16 inches
Other Diameter N/A
Segment Length Broadband
Other Segment Length N/A
Number of parallel runs 0
Length 600 feet per run
Justification for New Transmission Line Existing transmission line does not support all the new channels assigned by the repack

Primary Transmission Line

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Other Transmission Line Expenses Not Listed

Information not provided.

Tower Equipment And Rigging Costs

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Section Question Response
Tower Equipment or Rigging Costs Changes Do you have tower equipment or rigging costs changes? Yes

Primary Tower

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Existing Tower

Section Question Response
Existing Tower Description Type of change Modify Existing
Tower Use Primary (Main)
Description of Use N/A
Ownership Owned
Is this tower consider Complex? No
Is this tower currently shared with any other stations? Yes
One or more FM, AM or TV radio broadcaster(s) Yes
Others Types of Users No
Is tower documented for structural analysis? Unknown
Is tower compliant with Rev G? Unknown
Existing Tower Structure Registration Do you have a tower registration number? No
ASR Number
Coordinates (NAD83) Latitude (NAD83) 42° 37' 31.3" N-
Longitude (NAD83) 074° 00' 36.7" W-
Overall Structure Height 499.01 feet
Support Structure Height 495.07 feet
Ground Elevation Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) 1780.82 feet
Structure Type TOWER - Free Standing or Guyed Structure
Tower Owner Capital Region Broadcasters, LLC
Date Constructed 05/31/2002

FM, AM or TV radio broadcasters. Facility ID's, Call Signs and Services of other broadcast stations with whom the tower is shared

Facility ID Call Sign Service
73942 WRGB DTV
73363 WNYT DTV
73264 WCWN DTV
11970 WXXA-TV DTV
74422 WTEN DTV
73266 WMHT-FM FM

Primary Tower

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Tower Modification Costs

Section Question Response
Engineering Study Please what type of engineering study is required, if any: Study needed for documented tower
Tower Reinforcements Please select whether tower reinforcements are needed: Minor Reinforcements needed

Primary Tower

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Tower Rigging Costs

Section Question Response
Tower Rigging Costs Complex Tower N/A
Helicopter Services Required Are helicopter services required? No

Primary Tower

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Other Tower Expenses Not Listed

Information not provided.

Outside Professional Services Costs

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Section Question Response
Outside Project Management Services Do you require outside project management services? Yes
Number of Hours 500
Explanation We are a PBS station with only one engineer and may need assistance throughout the repack process.After reviewing the time spent last year, we need to increase the amount for project management (not using an outside engineer)
Outside RF consulting Engineering Services Perform engineering study for new channel assignment and antenna development Yes
Prepare engineering section of Form FCC Construction Permit Application Yes
For Auxiliary Facility Yes
For Main Facility Yes
Prepare engineering section of Form FCC License to Cover Application Yes
For Auxiliary Facility Yes
For Main Facility Yes
Prepare request for Special Temporary Authority No
Quantity N/A
Do you have Distributed Transmission System engineering services? N/A
Critical Facility N/A
Terrain-Shielded Facility N/A
Attorney and Other Outside Consulting Services Prepare and file Form FCC Construction Permit Application Yes
For Auxiliary Facility Yes
For Main Facility Yes
Prepare and file Form FCC License to Cover Application Yes
For Auxiliary Facility Yes
For Main Facility Yes
Prepare request for Special Temporary Authority No
Quantity N/A
NEPA Section 106 environmental review No
Environmental Assessment No
ASR Modification Yes
FAA Consultation (including preparation of FAA Form 7460) No
Negotiation of Lease and other Matter for Shared Locations Yes
Prepare or Review FCC Form 399 for Reimbursement Yes
Address transition timing and coordination issues w/ other stations and wireless providers Yes
RF Field Engineering Services Comprehensive coverage verification via field study Yes
RF exposure measurements Yes
Additional Field Engineering Service No
Number of Days N/A
Justification N/A

Outside Professional Services Costs

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Other Professional Services Expenses Not Listed

Name Description

In house project management and time

Unable to hire a consultant for the repack so we are doing the project management and work in house

Travel to Transmitter School

Rohde and Schwartz provides training to engineers upon purchase of a transmitter- This line item is for the travel, tolls and meals to the school

Other Expenses

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Section Question Response
AM Pattern Disturbance Is an Impact Study needed? No
Is Remediation needed? No
Facility Expenses Name N/A
Other Distributed Transmission System Expenses Not listed N/A
Name N/A
Is Notification of a Medical Facility required as a result of DTV broadcasting? No
Permit and Filing Costs Local Zoning No
Non-zoning permits No
BLM or NFS Coordination No
FCC Construction Permit Minor Change Yes
FCC License to Cover Application Yes
FCC Special Temporary Authority Application Yes
Other Miscellaneous Expenses Does this relocation require paying Disposal Costs (for equipment and other waste, net of any salvage value)? Yes
Does this relocation require Equipment Delivery or Handling Charges not otherwise included in individual item costs? Yes
Does this relocation require Equipment Storage? Yes
Does this relocation require the Development and Airing of an Announcement regarding an upcoming channel change? Yes
Does this relocation require MVPD Notification of a Channel Change? Yes

Other Expenses

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Other Expenses Not Listed

Name Description

Facility Heat

The facility has been heated by the WMHT and WTEN tube transmitters excess heat. Now that they are being replaced by solid state transmitters, there will no longer be any heat in the building without adding a new heat system.

Mezzanine Construction

A mezzanine needed to be constructed to hold the multichannel combiner

Rigging

For new main combiner and transmission line

Finance and Accounting Expense

Salary expense for the Finance/Accounting team to enter the materials for the 399 effort and to track the reimbursements

Cost Information

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Transmitters

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $2,226,000.00 $1,789,255.36 N/A $1,492,036.55 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Interim Transmitter THUevo $1,022,000.00 $738,255.36 $523,706.01
UHF inside RF system including switching $147,500.00 $140,000.00 N/A $0.00 N/A
20 Ton system $115,500.00 $110,000.00 N/A $107,432.50 N/A
Transformer 3 phase/480v - 300 KVA $36,800.00 $35,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
Switchgear - industrial 800 amp $38,200.00 $36,300.00 N/A N/A N/A
UHF - Liquid Cooled Solid State Transmitter 14.2 - 20 kW $684,000.00 $416,955.36 Interim transmitter needed to stay on the air while main transmitter replaced and transmission line/combiner replaced, tested, etc. $416,273.51 N/A
Primary Transmitter THU9evo $1,204,000.00 $1,051,000.00 $968,330.54
MASK Filter $31,000.00 $31,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
UHF - Liquid Cooled Solid State Transmitter 21 - 31 kW $947,000.00 $802,000.00 I have included the equipment package drawings that Rohde and Schwarz have developed for the transmitter site. Please look at the actual invoices for substantiation of the estimated cost $801,746.04 The Rohde and Schwarz invoice for the detailed drawings has created the overage. Please remove the 2nd Rohde and Schwarz as the name is incorrect and the attachment doesn't have the info requested
Other Electrical Service: Unsure of new electrical requirements $60,000.00 $60,000.00 Costs of electrical and decommissioning work of our old transmitters (high voltage transformers, electrical panels. Also included is an electrical project manager to oversee this aspect. We were not aware when we were budgeting this project all the issue. $59,152.00 This is a new line item for the 399. When we were originally budgeting, we did not realize that we would have all the decommissioning expense with dumpster charges and electrical project management charges
30 Ton system $166,000.00 $158,000.00 Existing 'custom' air conditioner will need to be removed to make room for the new equipment $107,432.50 Please delete the transaction which has The Walters Co. J611B with the action - needs more information(the second Walters)- with this item deleted- the category is within budget- and The Walters Co. AC can be approved

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
UHF inside RF system including switching Information not provided.
20 Ton system

Component Description:
N/A
Amount:
N/A

Component Description:
Interim Transmitter Replacement AC Unit Libert#1 -includes Labor , Materials and Subcontractors
Amount:
$107,432.50
Transformer 3 phase/480v - 300 KVA Information not provided.
Switchgear - industrial 800 amp Information not provided.
UHF - Liquid Cooled Solid State Transmitter 14.2 - 20 kW

Component Description:
25% down payment 15.5 kW/14.5 kW of MD Transmitter System
Amount:
$104,068.38

Component Description:
75% of the 15.5kW/14.5kW OFMD Transmitter System Interim
Amount:
$312,205.13
MASK Filter Information not provided.
UHF - Liquid Cooled Solid State Transmitter 21 - 31 kW

Component Description:
Detailed drawing Package of the WMHT Transmitter Site
Amount:
$15,820.74

Component Description:
Detailed drawing -comprehensive coverage field study
Amount:
$15,820.74

Component Description:
75% of the payment for the 31k/W ATSC/28kw OFDM Transmitter System
Amount:
$589,443.98

Component Description:
25% down of the main transmitter- PO and Quote also attached
Amount:
$196,481.32
Other Electrical Service: Unsure of new electrical requirements

Component Description:
We have put a new line item in the 399 to accommodate this invoice- as when we were writing the budget, we did not anticipate these expenses
Amount:
$59,152.00
30 Ton system

Component Description:
Primary Transmitter Replacement AC Unit
Amount:
$107,432.50

Component Description:
Primary Transmitter Replacement AC Unit. Both the Primary and backup are the same tonnage and the vendor quote for both units combined are on page 36 of the PDF
Amount:
$107,432.50

Cost Information

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Antennas

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $580,249.60 $219,898.60 N/A $200,082.43 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Primary Antenna TUD-05-12/60H-1-B $241,140.00 $68,029.00 $60,641.39
Pattern scatter analysis for side mount high/med power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost) $5,260.00 $0.00 N/A N/A N/A
Elbow complex, broadband, at antenna input, per 8 3/16. feedline (if needed) $18,950.00 $6,800.00 1/3 of the cost. $6,120.00 N/A
New combiner, cost per channel (without antenna) $84,200.00 $53,335.00 1/3 of the cost $46,841.39 N/A
Combiner output splitting/switching for dual feed lines, if applicable $126,000.00 $0.00 N/A N/A N/A
Sweep test of existing antenna $6,730.00 $7,894.00 Additional sweeps than what was originally budgeted, were done due to some tower issues $7,680.00 The estimate was for 30% down, this invoice is for 45% down
Auxiliary Antenna TU Deltastar $339,109.60 $151,869.60 $139,441.04
Sweep test of existing antenna $6,730.00 $6,400.00 N/A $2,599.99 N/A
New combiner, cost per channel (without antenna) $84,200.00 $0.00 N/A N/A N/A
Combiner output splitting/switching for dual feed lines, if applicable $126,000.00 $30,000.00 Using this category for all the additional expenses as a result of the changes in the combiner/mezzanine vision $29,032.83 N/A
Pattern scatter analysis for side mount high/med power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost) $5,260.00 $5,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
Side mount brackets for high power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost) $23,150.00 $17,000.00 required for new side mount aux antenna $16,393.02 N/A
Elbow complex, broadband, at antenna input, per 6 1/8. feedline (if needed) $13,700.00 $13,400.00 required as per RF sweep $13,345.60 N/A
UHF – Broadband Panel, Side Mount Auxiliary/Interim, 20 horizontally polarized $2,000.00 $2,000.00 This is a duplicate line- please ignore N/A N/A
UHF – Broadband Panel, Side Mount Auxiliary/Interim, 20 horizontally polarized $78,069.60 $78,069.60 ***System Notice: Estimate adjusted and locked because line has been superseded.***Our current aux antenna is cut for channel 34 only (reference RF sweep) and will need to be replaced for our new channel $78,069.60 N/A

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
Pattern scatter analysis for side mount high/med power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost) Information not provided.
Elbow complex, broadband, at antenna input, per 8 3/16. feedline (if needed)

Component Description:
2nd invoice for the Combiner and equipment for the CRB- WMHT is paying 1/3 of the 2nd 45% down for Dielectric
Amount:
$3,060.00

Component Description:
This invoice is for shared tower- CRB- WMHT is paying 1/3 of the invoice is 45% of the total- the elbow total is 9,180- WMHT is paying 3060
Amount:
$3,060.00
New combiner, cost per channel (without antenna)

Component Description:
Shared combiner for the shared CRB tower-45% 2nd invoice; 1/3 of the cost- stations- WMHT; WCWN, WTEN
Amount:
$23,420.70

Component Description:
Shared Combiner for the joint CRB tower- invoice is 45% of the cost; our share is 1/3.
Amount:
$23,420.69
Combiner output splitting/switching for dual feed lines, if applicable Information not provided.
Sweep test of existing antenna

Component Description:
45% of the Repack Sweep includes 1 Field Engineer on-Site for the Day, Travel, Expenses and Report
Amount:
$2,880.00

Component Description:
A sweep due to the combiner purchase for the shared tower- CRB- WTEN, WMHT and WCWN- this invoice is for 45% down, WMHT share is 1/3
Amount:
$960.00

Component Description:
2nd 45% invoice from Dielectric for the shared combiner and associated equipment for the Shared CRB tower- WMHT, WCWN and WTEN are sharing this expense- each station's share is 1/3.
Amount:
$960.00

Component Description:
Repack Sweep includes 1 Field Engineer on site for 1 day, travel expenses and report 45% down
Amount:
$2,880.00
Sweep test of existing antenna

Component Description:
Completion of the electrical report after the RF Sweep. Invoice split among the 3 stations WMHT, WTEN and WCWN. Vendor was unwilling to make separate invoices.
Amount:
$1,733.33

Component Description:
WMHT Aux System Sweep Test; 3 stations on invoice- WMHT listed - which is 1/3 of the total upon proposal acceptance
Amount:
$866.66
New combiner, cost per channel (without antenna) Information not provided.
Combiner output splitting/switching for dual feed lines, if applicable

Component Description:
Another expense due to facility modifications necessary to meet the 8/2/19 transition deadline
Amount:
$4,455.32

Component Description:
Additional expense to solve the construction delays to make the 8/2 deadline
Amount:
$24,577.51
Pattern scatter analysis for side mount high/med power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost) Information not provided.
Side mount brackets for high power antennas (if not included in antenna base cost)

Component Description:
The items have been shipped. This invoice is to true up what has been quoted in this specific line item
Amount:
$3,766.32

Component Description:
45% down on Product #400001435
Amount:
$5,994.00

Component Description:
Freight expense- the quote did not include freight- FOB- Raymond Me on the quote
Amount:
$638.70

Component Description:
Product 400001435 45% down
Amount:
$5,994.00
Elbow complex, broadband, at antenna input, per 6 1/8. feedline (if needed)

Component Description:
Elbow joint product 400007476 not previously invoiced
Amount:
$7,024.00

Component Description:
Product #40001436 45% down
Amount:
$3,160.80

Component Description:
Product # 40001436 - 45% down
Amount:
$3,160.80
UHF – Broadband Panel, Side Mount Auxiliary/Interim, 20 horizontally polarized Information not provided.
UHF – Broadband Panel, Side Mount Auxiliary/Interim, 20 horizontally polarized

Component Description:
Product 400001434 45% down
Amount:
$39,034.80

Component Description:
Part #400001434 45% down
Amount:
$39,034.80

Cost Information

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Transmission Line

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $0.00 $105,275.00 N/A $99,911.48 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Primary Transmission Line $0.00 $63,170.00 $62,016.98
Rigid Transmission Line - copper, 8 3/16" broadband $0.00 $63,170.00 existing transmission line does not support the new channel assignments, this represents 1/3 of the cost of 189,500 $62,016.98 N/A
Auxiliary Transmission Line $0.00 $42,105.00 $37,894.50
Rigid Transmission Line - copper, 6 1/8" broadband $0.00 $42,105.00 existing transmission line does not support the new channel assignment. $37,894.50 N/A

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
Rigid Transmission Line - copper, 8 3/16" broadband

Component Description:
Shared combiner and associated equipment for shared CRB tower- WMHT, WTEN and WCWN- 45% of total cost- 1/3 WMHT share
Amount:
$31,008.49

Component Description:
Shared combiner and misc equipment for the shared CRB tower- 2nd 45% invoice from Dielectric - WMHT's share is 1/3 of the expense- spread over 4 components of the 399
Amount:
$31,008.49
Rigid Transmission Line - copper, 6 1/8" broadband

Component Description:
RTLSCR3-20 45% down
Amount:
$1,399.28

Component Description:
Product 300006758 45% down; 1 penny rounding
Amount:
$17,547.97

Component Description:
Product #RTLSCR3-20 45% down
Amount:
$1,399.28

Component Description:
Product #300006758 45% down.
Amount:
$17,547.97

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Tower Equipment and Rigging Costs

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $254,800.00 $82,395.00 N/A $5,724.67 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Primary Tower TOWER $254,800.00 $82,395.00 $5,724.67
Minor tower reinforcement/modifications $158,000.00 $50,000.00 1/3 of the cost of $150000 N/A N/A
Short Tower (less than 500') $84,200.00 $26,670.00 1/3 of the cost of $80000 N/A N/A
Structural engineering tower load study for well documented tower $12,600.00 $5,725.00 We needed another tower climb to understand what was on our tower; hence the tower climb which increased the cost. $5,724.67 We realized that as we were putting up new equipment, we needed to review the tower to understand the stresses- the total amount is not greater than the budgeted amount and the estimated amount has been adjusted.

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
Minor tower reinforcement/modifications Information not provided.
Short Tower (less than 500') Information not provided.
Structural engineering tower load study for well documented tower

Component Description:
Analysis of the 435' Guyed Tower for WTEN, WMHT and WCWN split evenly among the 3 stations
Amount:
$2,500.00

Component Description:
Tower climb of shared transmission tower- invoice divided by the 3 stations
Amount:
$1,558.00

Component Description:
Tower mapping of our shared transmission tower/facility
Amount:
$1,666.67

Component Description:
Pdf includes travel backup. Invoice has been divided by 3 - Vendor has refused to issue 3 separate invoices; these stations are being repacked in the same phase, total cost is being divided by 3. Justification on expense- last page
Amount:
$1,558.00

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Outside Professional Services

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $315,040.00 $241,850.00 N/A $78,245.70 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Outside Professional Services $315,040.00 $241,850.00 $78,245.70
Travel to Transmitter School $1,600.00 $1,600.00 We will be sending 2 employees to this training. The first trip cost $783.75. I assume the 2nd trip will be similarly priced. $1,526.69 N/A
In house project management and time $90,000.00 $90,000.00 As we were unable to hire a consultant, this project is taking many more hours than we originally budgeted. This reforecast should take us to the end of the project. $50,468.31 Robert Cummings is an exempt employee and his hourly wage is predicated on 1,950 hours per year or 37.5 hours per week. Matt Saplin is an exempt employee and his hourly wage is predicated on 1,950 hours per year or 37.5 hours per week. Cuong Le is a non-e
Comprehensive coverage verification via field study, if needed $84,200.00 $80,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
ASR modification (prepare FCC Form 854) $2,105.00 $2,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
Attorney Fees -Prepare and File FCC Form 2100 (main), License to Cover Application $2,365.00 $2,250.00 N/A $1,803.00 N/A
Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100 (main), License to Cover Application $1,580.00 $1,500.00 N/A $500.00 N/A
Perform engineering study for new channel assignment and antenna development $7,360.00 $7,000.00 N/A N/A N/A
Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100 (main), Construction Permit Application $3,155.00 $3,000.00 N/A $1,500.00 N/A
RF Consulting Engineer Fees- Aux Antenna: Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100, Construction Permit Application $2,105.00 $2,000.00 N/A $2,000.00 N/A
Project management of the transition $79,000.00 $7,500.00 N/A $1,927.20 N/A
Prepare and or review reimbursement form $2,630.00 $2,500.00 N/A N/A N/A
Address transition timing and coordination issues w/ other stations and wireless $2,630.00 $2,500.00 N/A N/A N/A
RF Consulting Engineer Fees- Aux Antenna: Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100, License to Cover Application $1,580.00 $4,000.00 WMHT had to submit paperwork to support its broadcasting on the aux antenna as it was unable to yet broadcast on its main antenna to meet the 8/2 deadline $3,750.00 N/A
Attorney Fees - Prepare and File FCC Form 2100 (main), Construction Permit Application $5,260.00 $5,000.00 N/A $4,890.00 N/A
Attorney Fees - Aux Antenna, prepare and File Form 2100 Construction Permit or License Application $4,210.00 $4,000.00 N/A $3,760.50 N/A
Attorney Fees - Negotiation of lease and other matters for shared locations $4,210.00 $7,000.00 Currently our invoices (not submitted but will be) currently $6,120. The actual invoices attached should be substantiation for the estimated costs $6,120.00 We needed a group PO and purchase agreement as 2 of our vendors refused to take individual invoices but wanted 1 invoice with the individual amount broken out. The POs then had to be approved by Nexstar and Sinclar as we are on a joint tower
RF Exposure Measurements $21,050.00 $20,000.00 N/A N/A N/A

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
Travel to Transmitter School

Component Description:
Travel exp incl. mileage, tolls, food and lodging to train at Rohde and Schwarz transmitter school- WMHT purchased a new transmitter as part of the repack
Amount:
$783.75

Component Description:
Hotel and Food for Cuong Le, ET IV to be trained in our new Rhoade and Schwarz transmitter in Maryland. Tolls and Ez pass on separate invoice
Amount:
$301.22

Component Description:
Mileage reimbursement and Ez pass toll exp for Rhoade and Schwarz transmitter school that Cuong Le, ET IV, attended in Maryland as we have a new transmitter as part of the repack
Amount:
$441.72
In house project management and time

Component Description:
R&S is Rhoade and Schwarz (transmitter ) training in Maryland, CRB is Capital Region Broadcasters
Amount:
$533.46

Component Description:
6/17 Internal Labor. CRB or Capital Region Broadcasters is the name of the LLC of the shared tower of all the broadcasters in our local area. Meetings with vendors are common due to the repack and purchase of equip.
Amount:
$1,959.98

Component Description:
Cu Long ETV IV total of 100 hours at $23.54 per hour
Amount:
$2,354.00

Component Description:
all 3 employees on one invoice as requested
Amount:
$29,602.44

Component Description:
Second January 2018 invoice for labor. We submitted the first one with just December 2017- paid in 2018- see last page for detailed reason. CRB is joint/shared tower
Amount:
$449.46

Component Description:
9/17 Internal Labor- CRB is the joint/shared tower for all the broadcasters. Monthly, weekly and even daily meetings due to the repack. Matthew Saplin is the Assistant Chief Engineer.
Amount:
$2,607.45

Component Description:
Internal Labor for Feb 28, 2017. CRB LLC is the name of the Joint Tower org. that all the commercial/non-commercial are on..Monthly and weekly meetings are scheduled. Robert Cummings is the WMHT-CRB engineering representative
Amount:
$95.06

Component Description:
4/30/17 Internal Labor. CRB is the shared tower that all the broadcasters are on. Weekly and monthly meetings due to repack issues. WMHT, WTEN and WCWN are 3 stations that are being repacked in the same phase.
Amount:
$1,389.50

Component Description:
8/17 Internal Labor. Nexstar is the corporate owner of WTEN- one of the stations on the joint/shared CRB tower being repacked in the same phase.
Amount:
$810.45

Component Description:
Internal Labor-03/31. CRB is the shared tower that all the TV stations are located on. Monthly and weekly meetings are scheduled. Cuong Le is the ET IV, Robert Cummings is the CRB-WMHT rep.
Amount:
$890.33

Component Description:
Matt Saplin and Robert Cummings both work 1950 hours per year
Amount:
$95.66

Component Description:
3/18 Internal Labor. Continued Work at the CRB/ Capital Region Broadcasters (joint/shared tower) site- with equipment installs
Amount:
$10,676.54

Component Description:
07/17 Internal Labor. CRB or Capital Region Broadcasters the joint/shared tower that all the broadcasters including. WMHT are on. Weekly meetings are common as there are many equip decisions to make.
Amount:
$3,022.58

Component Description:
5/17 Internal Labor. CRB is the shared tower of the TV broadcasters. Meetings with vendors due to the repack are noted on this schedule.
Amount:
$1,114.41

Component Description:
11/17 Internal Labor. R&S or R/S is Rohde & Schwarz; CRB is the joint tower; Dielectric & PCI vendors
Amount:
$3,343.26

Component Description:
Matt Saplin labor for December 2018. He works 1,950 per year. CRB is Capital Region Broadcasters
Amount:
$173.41

Component Description:
5/18 Internal Labor. Rohde & Schwarz installs, Dielectric delivery all at the CRB- Capital Region Broadcasters joint/shared tower.
Amount:
$1,968.17

Component Description:
Internal Labor for August 2018. CRB is Capital Region Broadcasters- shared tower facility; Raises are included in this invoice
Amount:
$287.35

Component Description:
12/17 Internal Labor. Capital Region Broadcasters is the shared/joint tower that the local broadcasters share- clean up of the site and meetings part of the repack effort.
Amount:
$4,209.58

Component Description:
6/18 Internal Labor-More work at the CRB or Capital Region Broadcasters shared/joint tower. Install, proofing of Rohde & Schwarz transmitter w/ LaCorte electrical
Amount:
$3,973.71

Component Description:
October 17 Internal Labor. Meetings with Rohde & Schwarz- listed as R/S meetigs
Amount:
$921.31

Component Description:
all employees on one invoice per request
Amount:
$526.83

Component Description:
4/18 Internal Labor. Continued work with vendors at the CRB/Capital Region Broadcasters tower site. CRB/Capital Region is the shared tower/jointly owned tower.
Amount:
$8,594.96

Component Description:
2/18 Internal Labor. CRB is the joint/shared tower - much work being done at this site from R/S- Rohde &Schwarz to electricians(Lacorte) and Walters- Air conditioning along with issues with snow removal
Amount:
$2,824.85
Comprehensive coverage verification via field study, if needed Information not provided.
ASR modification (prepare FCC Form 854) Information not provided.
Attorney Fees -Prepare and File FCC Form 2100 (main), License to Cover Application

Component Description:
Emails and dialogue between the Attorneys and the Station regarding the STA request, public file postings and consumer education.
Amount:
$399.00

Component Description:
There are 2 sub-totals on this sheet- one for general legal and the other for the repack legal work. (aka transition reimbursable)- we are claiming just for the transition reimbursable
Amount:
$1,404.00
Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100 (main), License to Cover Application

Component Description:
Engineering study work for new channel assignment and antenna development
Amount:
$250.00

Component Description:
Engineering study work for new channel assignment and antenna development
Amount:
$250.00
Perform engineering study for new channel assignment and antenna development Information not provided.
Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100 (main), Construction Permit Application

Component Description:
Engineering work on the STA/Interim Application
Amount:
$1,500.00
RF Consulting Engineer Fees- Aux Antenna: Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100, Construction Permit Application

Component Description:
Prepare the engineering section of FCC Form 2100
Amount:
$2,000.00
Project management of the transition

Component Description:
Please delete this invoice; the full amount of this invoice including this has its own line item- thanks.
Amount:
$2,800.00

Component Description:
Needed additional engineering support for WMHT due to the complex nature of our joint tower. Frederick Lass was one of the original engineers who designed the structure.
Amount:
$1,927.20
Prepare and or review reimbursement form Information not provided.
Address transition timing and coordination issues w/ other stations and wireless Information not provided.
RF Consulting Engineer Fees- Aux Antenna: Prepare engineering section of FCC Form 2100, License to Cover Application

Component Description:
To prepare the WMHT Channel 25 Interim /STA Application
Amount:
$1,625.00

Component Description:
Prepare the technical portion of the FCC Form 2100, Channel 25 Auxiliary Antenna application
Amount:
$500.00

Component Description:
Prepare the engineering section of FCC Form 2100
Amount:
$125.00

Component Description:
To prepare a Channel 25/STA/interim antenna request due to post transition construction delays
Amount:
$1,500.00
Attorney Fees - Prepare and File FCC Form 2100 (main), Construction Permit Application

Component Description:
This invoice is as a result of WMHT STA request, public file postings, extending CP for WMHT construction and emails between the station, consulting engineers, FCC and attorneys
Amount:
$3,078.00

Component Description:
Invoice email exchange with Consulting Engineer, Attorney and staff regarding WMHT STA request
Amount:
$867.00

Component Description:
Regarding transition reporting along with quarterly reporting
Amount:
$837.00

Component Description:
Email exchange regarding need for an STA for reduced power
Amount:
$108.00
Attorney Fees - Aux Antenna, prepare and File Form 2100 Construction Permit or License Application

Component Description:
This invoice includes other expenses outside of the Television Repacking. The television repacking is only 975
Amount:
$975.00

Component Description:
Television repacking expenses are segregated and other expenses are included
Amount:
$117.00

Component Description:
Television Repacking Expense is segregated from other invoice expenses.
Amount:
$195.00

Component Description:
Television Repacking Expense broken out- other expenses are on this invoice
Amount:
$1,944.00

Component Description:
Television repacking expense is segregated from the other expenses in this invoice. Only requesting $39.00. EIN # changed due to change in corporate structure. New W-9 attached along with discussion.
Amount:
$39.00

Component Description:
All expenses on this invoice is for the FCC Repack
Amount:
$139.50

Component Description:
This invoice has includes other expenses. The television repacking expense has been segregated.
Amount:
$351.00
Attorney Fees - Negotiation of lease and other matters for shared locations

Component Description:
Single invoice review after draft of collective purchasing agreement.
Amount:
$80.00

Component Description:
Draft collective purchasing agreement for the shared equipment of WMHT, WTEN and WCWN
Amount:
$4,800.00

Component Description:
Review Sinclair changes and finalized contract and group PO
Amount:
$880.00

Component Description:
Reviewing the engineers regarding the collective purchasing agreement
Amount:
$80.00

Component Description:
fees are for drafting a PO and agreement for all our shared equipment to be repacked We- WMHT, WTEN and WCWN are owners of the Capital Region Broadcasters LLC (aka CRB).
Amount:
$280.00
RF Exposure Measurements Information not provided.

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Other Expenses

Where no predetermined cost estimate is available, any estimate provided will also become the predetermined cost (displayed in italics).
Description Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost Justification Actual Cost Actual Cost Justification
Sub-total $86,100.00 $86,045.00 N/A $25,293.49 N/A
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 N/A $1,901,294.32 N/A
Other Expenses $86,100.00 $86,045.00 $25,293.49
Rigging $13,335.00 $13,335.00 1/3 of the total cost of $40000 N/A N/A
Mezzanine Construction $25,000.00 $25,000.00 We needed to redesign our facility to accommodate the new equipment facilitated by the repack. This redesign is being split by WCWN, WTEN and WMHT and has been discussed by the FCC $676.80 N/A
MVPD Notification of Channel Change $8,000.00 $8,000.00 We do not know how the $2,000 budget was came about. We called several vendors and in order to do what was mandated, we had to spend significantly greater than budgeted. We ultimately selected companies based on who our colleagues were using/recommended. $6,947.00 N/A
FCC Filing Fees - Special Temporary Authorization request $195.00 $190.00 N/A N/A N/A
FCC Filing Fees - Form 2100 license to cover application $335.00 $325.00 N/A N/A N/A
FCC Filing Fees - Form 2100 minor change CP application $1,110.00 $1,070.00 N/A $108.00 N/A
Disposal Costs (for equipment and other waste, net of any salvage value) $7,500.00 $7,500.00 Unknown cost at this time $3,200.56 The Rohde and Schwarz invoice has been moved to a separate line item in the 399; . The correct invoice is for $3,038.56 Once the Rhode and Schwarz invoices are deleted then this line item is no longer in an overage situation
Equipment Delivery and Handling Charges $10,000.00 $10,000.00 Unknown cost at this time $7,003.70 N/A
Finance and Accounting Expense $3,000.00 $3,000.00 To cover the salary expense for the Finance and Accounting team to handle the cost accounting and the 399 preparation for the repack $2,180.43 N/A
Facility Heat $6,625.00 $6,625.00 1/3 cost of $19,875 for new facility heat system, shared cost with WTEN and WCWN. Due to heat for the facility was being supplied by the old tube transmitters excess heat which are no longer there N/A N/A
Develop and air announcement of upcoming channel change $2,000.00 $2,000.00 need to let our viewers know of the channel change $380.00 N/A
Equipment Storage $9,000.00 $9,000.00 We do not have any place to store the equipment as it received $4,797.00 N/A

Components

Actual Information Description File Name
Rigging Information not provided.
Mezzanine Construction

Component Description:
This invoice has been divided by 3 - WCWN, WTEN and WMHT all members of the joint - shared tower- CRB or Capital Region Broadcasters. This work is part of the mezzanine project.
Amount:
$676.80
MVPD Notification of Channel Change

Component Description:
Medical Notification Mailing Complete per FCC Repack
Amount:
$3,750.00

Component Description:
This is to notify all the cable and satellite providers of the channel frequency change. We opted to use 2 vendors to provide these notifications as it saved over $500.
Amount:
$3,197.00
FCC Filing Fees - Special Temporary Authorization request Information not provided.
FCC Filing Fees - Form 2100 license to cover application Information not provided.
FCC Filing Fees - Form 2100 minor change CP application

Component Description:
This is the cost of retrieving a copy of the granted construction permit for the repack effort
Amount:
$108.00
Disposal Costs (for equipment and other waste, net of any salvage value)

Component Description:
Please delete this line item- the entire invoice has been moved to a separate line item.
Amount:
$54,452.00

Component Description:
This for the expense of the safe disposal of the mineral oil from our Comark transmitter beam supply transformers- please delete other Safety -Kleen component
Amount:
$3,038.56

Component Description:
Safe disposal of the mineral oil from Comark transmitter
Amount:
$2,813.48

Component Description:
Used barrels to store transmitter oil- purchased on Craig's List - no quote as this was purchased used and on-line
Amount:
$64.80

Component Description:
Please delete this line item; this entire invoice has been moved to a separate budget item
Amount:
$1,900.00

Component Description:
Needed more barrels for the used oil- purchased used barrels on line via Craig's list- no quote available
Amount:
$97.20
Equipment Delivery and Handling Charges

Component Description:
Rental of one four wheel drive forklift- to move all the equipment new and old for the repack
Amount:
$1,670.00

Component Description:
Rental of a fork-lift to move the new and old equipment at the site. Needed additional time due to the delivery of a transmitter cabinet
Amount:
$853.50

Component Description:
Rental of 1 four wheel drive forklift to move all the equipment old and new
Amount:
$1,450.00

Component Description:
Rental of 1 four wheel drive forklift to move all the equipment new and old for the repack
Amount:
$1,450.00

Component Description:
For moving transformer oil drums
Amount:
$340.20

Component Description:
We needed snow removal at the site in order to receive the equipment- we had 3 noreasters in a row
Amount:
$1,240.00
Finance and Accounting Expense

Component Description:
Finance/Accounting Support for the 399. Unaware that we were able to charge for our time. This is the 2nd invoice as we had already submitted the engineering internal labor invoices
Amount:
$485.24

Component Description:
Accounting/Finance Work for the 399s. 2nd invoice for August 2018. Unaware that we were able to submit for reimbursement , there we had already submitted the engineering invoices.
Amount:
$783.57

Component Description:
October 2018 invoice for Accounting/Finance work to assemble the various invoices including internal labor. We were unaware that we could get reimbursed for our time
Amount:
$541.58

Component Description:
Finance/Accounting support for the 399 and administering support. 2nd invoice for the same period as we had submitted internal engineering invoices without realizing that we could charge for our labor
Amount:
$370.04
Facility Heat Information not provided.
Develop and air announcement of upcoming channel change

Component Description:
To reprogram WMHT phone system to add prompts and phone tree to guide our viewers on how to rescan their TVs.
Amount:
$380.00
Equipment Storage

Component Description:
Pallet Jack, Load Capacity 5000 lbs Manufacturer #12U125- to move the equipment
Amount:
$917.00

Component Description:
Storage Containers for the Repack Equipment
Amount:
$3,880.00

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Grand Total

Predetermined
Cost Estimate
Estimated Cost Actual Cost
Total for all systems $3,482,989.60 $2,545,518.96 $1,901,294.32

Reimbursement Status

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Question Response
The facility has ceased operating on its pre-auction channel. No
Construction of final facilities or all necessary modifications are complete. No
All receipts for reimbursement have been submitted no further costs are expected to be incurred. Note this will lock the Form 399 from further editing and begin close-out procedures with the Fund Administrator. No

Certification

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Section Question Response
Submission of Estimated Expenses Statements

WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS ON THIS FORM ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 18, SECTION 1001), AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 312(a)(1), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 503), AND ANY FALSE STATEMENTS COULD SUBJECT THIS ENTITY TO LIABILITY UNDER THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT.

  1. The Authorized Person signing below certifies that he/she is authorized to submit this TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund Reimbursement Form on behalf of the above-named entity.

  2. The above-named entity acknowledges that all certifications and attached documentation are considered material representations.

  3. The above-named entity acknowledges the submission of the information herein creates no obligation on the part of the government to pay any amount.

  4. The above-named entity certifies that the equipment and services paid for with money from the TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund are necessary to change channels (broadcasters) or to continue to carry the signal of a broadcaster that changes channels (MVPD).

  5. The above-named entity certifies that all payments from the TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund (Fund) received by the entity listed on this form will be used only for expenses that are eligible for reimbursement from the Fund.

  6. The above-named entity certifies that it will maintain and provide to the Commission detailed records, including receipts, of all costs eligible for reimbursement actually incurred.

  7. The above-named entity acknowledges that overpayments or payments in error must be promptly refunded to the Commission.

  8. The above-named entity certifies that it is in full compliance with all statutes, rules, regulations and governmental requirements for which compliance is a pre-requisite for obtaining the payments herein requested.

I declare, under penalty of perjury, that I am an authorized representative of the above-named applicant for the Authorization(s) specified above.

Julie Raskin

Vice President Finance and Administration


09/15/2019

Certification

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Section Question Response
Submission of Actual Cost Documentation Statements

WILLFUL FALSE, FRAUDULENT, OR FICTITIOUS STATEMENTS ON THIS FORM ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISIONMENT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 18, SECTION 1001), AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 312(a)(1), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 503), AND ANY FALSE AND/OR FRAUDULENT STATEMENTS COULD SUBJECT THIS ENTITY TO LIABILITY UNDER THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 31, SECTIONS 3729-3733).

  1. The Authorized Person signing below certifies and represents that he/she is authorized to submit this TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund Reimbursement Form on behalf of the above-named entity.

  2. The above-named entity certifies that the statements in this form and attached documentation are true, complete, and correct.

  3. The above-named entity acknowledges that all certifications and attached documentation are considered material representations.

  4. The above-named entity acknowledges the submission of the information herein creates no obligation on the part of the government to pay any amount.

  5. The above-named entity certifies that the equipment and services paid for with money from the TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund are necessary to change channels (full power and Class A stations) and/or otherwise modify a television station’s facility as a result of the spectrum repack (LPTV/TV Translator stations); or to minimize service disruption resulting from a repacked television station (FM stations); or to continue to carry the signal of a broadcaster that changes channels (MVPD) .

  6. The above-named entity certifies that all payments from the TV Broadcaster Relocation Fund (Fund) received by the entity listed on this form will be used only for expenses that are eligible for reimbursement from the Fund.

  7. The above-named entity certifies that the cost information/documents submitted reflect costs actually incurred.

  8. The above-named entity acknowledges that overpayments or payments in error must be promptly refunded to the Commission.

  9. The above-named entity certifies that it is in full compliance with all statutes, rules, regulations and governmental requirements for which compliance is a prerequisite for obtaining the payments herein requested.

I declare, under penalty of perjury, that I am an authorized representative of the above-named applicant for the Authorization(s) specified above.

Julie Raskin

Vice President Finance and Administration


09/15/2019

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