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R89-057 application of Eagle Valley TV Metro District Service Plan as amended DecisionCommissioner w,2 dl—) moved adoption of the following Resolution: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. IN RE THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE EAGLE VALLEY TV METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN AS AMENDED DECISION WHEREAS, the petitioners and proponents of the proposed Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District, Eagle County, Colorado (hereinafter referred to as the "district ") submitted a service plan for a proposed Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District on March 2, 1989, and a letter containing two amendments to the service plan, dated May 4, 1989, referred together to hereinafter as the Service Plan as amended, attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein, to (i) provide for the establishment and maintenance of television relay and translator facilities and (ii) to provide for the elimination and control of .mosquitoes; and WHEREAS, Pursuant to 5 32 -1 -108, C. R. S., notice of the hearing was duly published in the Eagle Valley Enterprise on March 16, March 23, and March 30, 1989, as required by law, and Notice was forwarded to the petitioners, to the division of Local Government in the Department of Local affairs, and to the governing body of each municipality and special district which has levied an ad valorem ta.� :within the next preceding tax near and Which has boundaries within a radius of three (3) miles of the proposed district; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners held public meetings after thirty (30) days of the filing of the Service Plan, on April 10, 1989, and on May 2, 1989; and WHEREAS, Pursuant to 5 32 -1 -204 (1.5), C.R,S., evidence was presented that the Petitioners had mailed postcard notification of the hearing to property owners within the proposed district boundaries as listed on the records of the County Assessor; and ;WHEREAS, Pursuant. to 532 -1 -204, C.R.S. the Board has col ?sidared the recommendation for approval of the Eagle County Planning Commission made at its regular meeting held April 5, 1989; and WHEREAS, several property owners filed a timely request for exclusion from the district pursuant to 5 32 -1 -203, C.R.S.; and W WHEREAS, the Board has considered the Service Plan as amended, and all other testimony and evidence presented at the hearings. FINDINGS NOW, THEREFORE, based on the testimony and evidence presented at the hearings, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, finds as follows with regard to the Service Plan as amended for the Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District: SECTION 1. The Board does hereby determine that all of the requirements of the Act 'relating to the filing of the Service Plan as amended for the proposed district have been fulfilled and that notice of hearing was given in the time and manner required by law. SECTION 2. A legal question exists, as to whether the Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District, if organized, would in part, provide the same service as three existing metropolitan districts, in conflict wit'_ 5 32 -1 -107, C.R.S. The following existing metropolitan districts seek exclusion of the property within their boundaries on the ground that they each are authorized to provide TV transmission service: Beaver Creek Metropolitan District: In a letter dated March 31, 1989, Beaver Creek Metropolitan District claims that the district "now provides television transmission services within its boundaries, and has legally preempted the provision of this service by any other special district." The Beaver Creek Metropolitan District Service Plan as approved, page 15, states that: "A TV relay and translator system is proposed to serve the Beaver Creek Metropolitan District. This will consist of a receiving antenna at Avon which will accept aerial signals from the Eagle Valley TV public transmitter at Castle Peak, 20 miles to the west. This signal will then be amplified, translated and relayed through a buried coaxial TV cable installed alongside the telephone cables within the project. Taps will be made as appropriate to the various residential and commercial users." -2- Arrowhead Metropolitan District: in a letter dated March 29. 1989, the Arrowhead Metropolitan District claims that its "Service Plan provides for the provision of television relay and translator services," and "all of the residents Of Arrowhead Metropolitan District have received television transmission services at this time. " No claim is made that the district actually provides the television service. The Arrowhead Metropolitan District Service Plan as approved, page 6, states that: "The Arrowhead Metropolitan District will provide coordination and financing for television transmission. The system will provide cable transmission or TV Translator Stations extending television signals from Castle Peak to all properties within the development." "Either system will provide quality television reception to the area, and eliminate the need for outside antennas. The installation of these facilities will enhance property values of the area, but would be impossible to provide through a nongovernmental entity." 3. Berry Creek Metropolitan District: In a letter dated March 29, 1989, the Berry Creek Metropolitan District claims that "Berry Creek currently exercises its TV relay and translation service power via contract with Cablevision Associates." The Berry Creek Metropolitan District Service Plan as approved, Pages 13 and 14, states that: "Initial investigation indicates that television reception may be good within the Berry Creek Metropolitan District without the provision of additional facilities. It does not appear that TV cable will be necessary. The Berry Creek Metropolitan District is prepared and has arranged for the financing of TV Translator Stations extending television signals from Castle Peak to a translator station which will beam the signals to all properties within the development." "This system, if required, will provide above average television reception to the area and eliminate the need for outside antennas and television cable problems. The installation of these facilities will enhance the property values of the area, but wouldbe impossible to provide through anon - governmental entity. Accordingly, the Berry Creek Metropolitan District is prepared to provide the coordination and financing." -3- SECTION 3. in addressing the issue set forth in Section 2 herein above, if the court finds that the proposed district would not provide overlapping service_ within the existing districts, then, pursuant to § 32 -1 -203 (2), C.R.S., the Board hereby finds and determines that: A. There is sufficient existing and projected need for organized service in the area to be served by the proposed district: B. The existing service in the area to be served by the proposed district is not adequate for present and projected needs; C. The proposed special district is capable of providing economical and sufficient service to the area within its proposed boundaries; D. The area to be included in the proposed district has, or will have, the financial ability to discharge the proposed indebtedness on a reasonable basis. Pursuant to § 32 -1 -203 (2.51, C.P..S., the Board, specifically with regard to the proposed Service Plan as amended, hereby finds and determines that: A. Adequate service is not , or will not be, available to the area through the county, other existing municipal quasi - municipal corporations, including existing special districts, within a reasonable time and on a comparable basis; B. The facility and service standards of the proposed special district are compatible with the facility and service standards of the County and each municipality which is an interested party under § 32- 1- 204(1), C.R.S.; C'. The proposal is in substantial compliance with a master plan adopted pursuant to § 32 -28 -106, C.R.S.; D. The proposal is in compliance with any duly adopted county, regional, or state long -range water quality management plan for the area; E. The creation of the proposed special district will be in the best interests of the area proposed to be served. Said findings being limited to the service plan as presented. -4- Section 4. The following property owners entered a timely request for exclusion of their property from the district on the grounds stated, pursuant to 5 32 -1 -203, C.R.S.: 1. Austin and Annie Gibbons, 320 Strom Circle, Gypsum: Owners allege that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. 2. .Rill and Charlotte Gordan, 137 Park Street, Gypsum: owners allege that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. 3. Perly Bertrock, 217 Cedar Drive, Gypsum: Owner alleges that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and is opposed to the mosquito control. 4. Antonius Van Beek, 255 Park Street, Gypsum: Owner alleges the that property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and is opposed to the mosquito control. 5. Chris and Virginia Leniger, 501 Park View Lane, Gypsum: Owners allege that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. 6. Laverne Mitchell, 90 Delane Court, Gypsum: Owner is opposed to mosquito control. 7. A.L. Rob 4 doux, 778 Valley Road, Gypsum: Owner alleges that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and is opposed to the mosquito control. 8. Gary and Carol walker, 607 Price Lane, Gypsum: Owners allege that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. 9. Norman and Barbara Gustafson, 705 Valley Road,#11, Gypsum: owners allege that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. -3- 10. Gary and Linda Feucht, 15440 Highway 6, Eagle, and 710 Castle Drive: Owners allege that the properties will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and are opposed to the mosquito control. 11. John Sternig, 977 Highway 6 and 24, Gypsum: Owner alleges that the property will not receive signals from the proposed translators, and is opposed to the mosquito control. 12. Leonard and Marie Owners allege that from the proposed mosquito control. Sinclair, 231 Cedar Drive, Gypsum: the property will not receive signals translators, and are opposed to the SECTION 5. The Petitioners of the proposed special district failed to meet their burden of proving that the exclusion_ of such property in Section 4 is not in the best interest of the proposed special district. SECTION 6. The Town of Mail has authorized a vote by its citizens to determine if the town should be included or excluded in the district. SECTION 7. The cost of defining precise boundaries for areas to receive service from the proposed district and the cost of surveying said boundaries is prohibitive. The Service Plan as amended establishes a _Procedure for exclusion of property subsequent to the formation of the district, in addition to the procedure established by the Colorado Legislature pursuant to f 32 -1 -203, C.R.S. The Board's finding that the proposed district is capable of providing economical and sufficient service to the areas within its proposed boundaries is premised on the ability of a property owner unable to receive service being excluded subsequent to formation and to receive a refund of taxes paid. -6- 3 I SECTION E. The Board is in receipt of requests for the exclusion of property owned by the Town of Vail and Dan Corcoran. The Town of Vail has withdrawn their request for exclusion, and Dan Corcoran has filed an untimely request. SECTION 9. The district board shall provide operation and maintenance for its facilities in the manner which is most cost effective for the citizens in the district b_,= using either in house or contract service. SECTION 10. Further modification or amendment to the Service Plan as amended may materially affect the basis for the Board's findings. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO: THAT, the Board approves the Service Plan as amended, but subject to the following: A. The valuation of the service plan not be reduced by greater than 10% by withdrawal of property from the plan by the proponent, including withdrawal by the Town of Vail after election, or by action of the district court excluding_ property or districts on legal or equitable grounds. B. The procedure for exclusion of properties not receiving service within three years not be found contrary to law by a court of competent jurisdiction. C. If the event contemplated in either A or B hereinabove occurs, the service plan_ as amended by the occurrence is deemed different from the s=r ice plan approved hereby and shall require a new hearing approval prior to further action. THAT, the Property, as listed in Section 3, whose owners made a timely request for exclusion from the district shall be excluded. Due to such exclusion, said owners shall not be entitled to vote in any subsequent election related to the organization or operationn of the district. THAT, the request to exclude property owned by Dan Corcoran is hereby denied, due to an untimely filing of the petition. THAT, the Board of County Commissioners, pursuant to a 32 -1- x07, C.R.S., request the Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District, if formed, to file a special district annual report. -7- The Board finds, determines, and declares that this Resolution is in the best interests of the health, safety and welfare of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. MOVED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, at its regular meeting held the /<n� day of 2989. COUNTY OF EAGLE, STA OF COLORADO, By and Through Its BOARD OF COUNTY COIF By: - s — - George��. Gates, Com issioizer Commissioner �'-eS seconded adoption of the foregoing resolution. The roll having been called, the vote was as follows: Commissioner Richard L. Gustafson AI-Q Commissioner Donald H. Welch Commissioner George A. Gates This Resolution passed by (� �,j,��':6�0!{5 vote of the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. @ tzsia�V -�CY� Donald H. Welch, Commissioner COSGRIFF ALLEN C. CHRISTENSEN DIEM LAW OFFICES COSGRIFF, DUNN & ABPLAN A PARTNERSHIP INCLUDING A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATIO VAIL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING f'1' ��: (�, �SAO 1 SUITE 300 COSS IFF DU I BERRY P. O. Box 2299 { .,: VAIL.COLORADO 81658 EAGL F & GICEG 4i_ORADO 60.61 (7191 466 -1665 TELEPHONE: (303) 476 TELECOPIER: (303) 476 May 4, 1989 MAY 11 i98-9 EAGLE WON James Fritze, Esq. Eagle County Manager Eagle County Courthouse Eagle, Colorado 81631 Re: Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District Dear Jim: The amendments to the service plan submitted by the proponents of the proposed Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District are as follows: 1. The Board of Directors will solicit bids from private contractors for the operation and maintenance of the television translator system. 2. If no adequate signal is received by any taxpayer in the district during the first three years of the district's existence, then such taxpayer may apply for and receive a full refund of any taxes paid and for exclusion from the district. The determination of ad?E!guacy of the signal shall be made exclusively by the district's engineer. Any application for refund and exclusion must be submitted during a sir, month period beginning three years and one day after the formation of the district. Failure to apply during that period of time shall forever prohibit an automatic granting of a tax refund and exclusion from the district. Payment of any refund shall be made by the district within ninety days of determination by the district board that the signal is inadequate. The board shall be obligated to provide public notice within the district of the six month refund and exclusion application period. Failure of the board to provide timely notice shall cause the six month application period to be extended to a time six months after the last publication notice. Public notice THE PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION 15 DUNN & ABPLANALP P. C. IN VAIL. J James Fritze, Esq. Page Two May 4, 1959 shall consist of three publications in a legal newspaper of general circulation within the district. Yours very truly, COSGRIFF, DUNN & ABPLANALP Joh W. Dunn JWD:kem R T- A N I Ml A R 2 1 � J i, L.J".s L CuUi (Y EAGLE VALLEY TV METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SERVICE PLAN 141 C C SERVICE PLAN FOR THE PROPOSED EAGLE VALLEY TV METROPOLITAN DISTRICT PREPARED FOR: EAGLE COUNTY CCMMIESIONERS PREPARED 8Y: EAGLE COUNTY T.V. TRANSLATOR COMMITTEE MARCH 1,1989 C I� L R EAGLE VALLEY TV METROPOLITAN DISTRICT 14 TABLE OF CONTENTS Paqe C INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 PURPOSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 NEED FOR SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 DISTRICT BOUNDARIES/MAP . . . 6 ASSESSED VALUATION AND POPULATION WITHIN THE DISTRICT . . . . . . . . 6 STANDARDS OF CONSTRUCTION /PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING SURVEY/ DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES AND ESTIMATED COSTS . . . . . . . . . . 8 ESTIMATED OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE COSTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 FINANCIAL PLAN AS PREPARED BY STAN BERNSTEIN AND ASSOCIATES INC.. . . 17 CONCLUSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 EXHIBIT A District Boundary Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 EXHIBIT B District T.V. Relay and Translator Facility System Map 22 EXHIBIT C Legal Description - District Boundary . . . . . . . . 23 EXHIBIT D Letter from Eagle Valley T.V. Corp. re: Transfer of T.V. Translator Facilities and License 24 EXHIBIT E Eagle County Television Translator Study, Volume 1, November 1988, as prepared by Hartech, Inc. 25 EXHIBIT F Letters from Neil Van Gaalen Dated February 5 and 9, 1989 re: Description of Facilities and Related Capital Costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 SERVICE PLAN FOR THE PROPOSED EAGLE VALLEY TV METROPOLITAN DISTRICT I INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND Brief Description of Services and Service Area The purpose of the proposed Eagle Valley TV Metropolitan District (the "District ") will be (.i) to provide for the establishment and maintenance of television relay and translator facilities and (ii) to provide for the elimination and control of mosquitos. The formation of the District will provide for the availability of television signals for Denver channels 2, 4, 6, 7 and 9 to residents of the District, and will enable residents of the District to receive the benefits of centralized mosquito control services. The boundaries of the District will generally encompass the area along I -70 and the Eagle River from Gypsum to East Vail, and the Minturn and Red Cliff communi- ties. The boundaries of the District overlap the following metropolitan dis- tricts: Cascade Village, Eagle Vail, Avon, Beaver Creek, Berry Creek, Arrowhead, Bellyache Ridge, and Edwards. Although the Arrowhead, Berry Creek and Bellyache Ridge metropolitan districts` service plans authorize those districts to provide for the establishment and maintenance of television relay and translator facilities, at the present time they are not providing such services. Beaver Creek Metropolitan District provides caole television services but does not provide over -the -air television signal reception at the present time. Edwards Metropolitan District is currently providing mosquito control related services but has consented to allow the District to provide such services. Organizational, Structure and Funding of Eagle County _J. Translator Committee During early 198 8, a group of citizens who were interested in proviaing an over - the -air T.V. set translator system approached the Eagle County commissioners with a request for Eagle County to provide funding for a prelitainary engineering feasibility study for a T.V. translator system. The Eagle County commissioners appropriated up to $10,000 in matching funds for such a study. Matching funds were provided from the following entities: C Town of Vail $2,500 Town of Avon 2,500 Town of Minturn 1,000 Town of Eagle 250 Avon Metropolitan District 1,000 Edwards Metropolitan District 250 Arrowhead Metropolitan District 250 Berry Creek Metropolitan District 250 Lake Creek Meadows Homeowners Association 250 Total $8,250 Representatives of the contributing entities and a representative from the Eagle Valley T.V. Corporation formed the Eagle County T.V. Translator Committee and retained Hartech, Inc. to prepare an engineering feasibility study for an amount not to exceed $16,000. During September, 1988, the members of the Eagle County T. V. Translator Committee adopted the following mission statement: To develop a business plan for the construction, operation, and tax based funding of a five (5) channel television translator system to serve the majority of Eagle County residents and businesses along the I -70 /Eagle River /Colorado River corridors. Upon completion of a favorable engineering feasioility study in December, 1988, the Eagle County T.V. Translator Committee studied various methods of funding and implementing a T.V. translator system. Based upon input from various sources, it was decided that the formation of a metropolitan district was the most desirable way to proceed with the construc- tion, operations and funding of a T.V. translator system. In December, 1988, the Eagle County T.V. Translator Committee began soliciting for additional funds that would be required for the formation of a metropolitan district. Funds were received from the following entities: The Lodge at Vail $1,000 The Westin Hotel 2,000 Lions Square Lodge 500 Manor Vail Lodge 1,000 Mountain Haus Condos & Lodge 500 Samba Run Resorts 500 The Marriot Mark Resorts 2,000 Appollo Park Lodge 500 Antlers at Lionshead 500 Montaneros Condominums 500 Christie Lodge 2,000 Braver Creek West 1,000 Town of Eagle 500 Town of i inturn 500 Town of Avon 12,500 Town of Red Cliff 200 C Total $25,700 Shortly after the above pledges were made, the representative from Eagle County resigned from the Eagle County T.V. Translator Committee and was replaced by two members from the Vail and Avon lodging communities. 2 PURPOSE Pursuant to the requirements of the Special District Control Act, section 32 -1 -202 (2)CRS et. seg. Colorado Revised Statutes, this Service Plan contains the following: A description of the proposed services to be provided by the District; 2. A financial plan showing how the proposed services are to be financed, including the proposed operating revenue derived from property taxes for the first budget year of the District, which shall not be mater- ially exceeded except as authorized pursuant to section 32 -1 -207 or 29- 1- 302CRS; 3. A preliminary engineering survey showing how the proposed services are to be provided; 4. A map of the District boundaries and an estimate of the population and valuation for assessment of the District; 5. A general description of the facilities to be constructed and the standards of such construction, including a statement of how the facility and service standards of the District are compatible with facility and service standards of any county within which all or any portion of the District is to be located, and of municipalities and special districts which are interested parties pursuant to section 32- 1- 204(1)CRS; 6. A general description of the estimated cost of acquiring land, engineering services, legal services, administrative services, initial proposed indebtedness and estimated proposed maximum. interest races and discounts, and ether major expenses related to the organization and initial operation of the District. A description of any arrangement or proposed agreement with any poti- tical subdivision for the performance of any services between the District and such other political subdivision and, if the form of contract to be used is available, it shall be attached to the service plan. 3 NEED FOR SERVICES T.V. Relay and Translator Svstem Facilities The Colorado General Assembly recognized the need for television rela, and translator facilities to provide access to television reception as early as 1960 and adopted statutes to authorize a variety of local governments to provide such facilities. Because of the nature of the terrain within the boundaries of the District, it is not possible for residents of the District to receive over -the -air T.V. signals from regional broadcast facilities. Consequently, residents of the District are limited to T.V. subscriber services such as cable T.V. or satellite dishes. in the event that residents of the District are unable tc• pay for cable T.V. service or satellite dishes, they are precluded from receiving T.V. signals. The formation of the District will enable residents of the District to receive T.V. signals at low costs. Several areas within the boundaries of the District (i.e., the communities of Eagle, Minturn, and Red Cliff) are currently unable to adequately operate and maintain their existing limited T.V. signal facilities. The formation of the District will not only provide for the upgrading of existing limited T.V. signal facilities but will also provide for a stable source of funding for the perma- nent operation and maintenance of such facilities. The Eagle County T.V. Translator Committee believes that the formation of the District will provide the following specific needs that are not being presently met: • Over -the -air T.V. reception will be made available to residents of the District. • Improved and expanded T.V. reception will be provided by incorporat;ng existing public and private T.V. translator systems into the Distrlgt`s systems. o T.V. reception will be provided to areas not presently covered ay existing cable T.V. systems. C o An alternative T.V. reception will be provided to areas presently provided T.V. service only by T.V. cable systems. o An alternative to cable service for low and moderate income households and seasonal employees will be provided. o One public entity will be able to provide for the coordinated development of T.V. translator systems within the boundaries of the District. Elimination and Control of Mosquitos Several communities within the boundaries of the District, such as Red Cliff, Minturn, Beaver Creek, Vail, Eagle Vail, Avon, Edwards, and Lake Creek, are located adjacent to rivers, streams, and lakes. At certain times during the year mosquitos can become a health hazard. At the present time, there is no centralized entity that is responsible for the elimination and control of mosquitos within the boundaries the District. . Upon formation of the District, residents of the District will receive the benefit of having one municipal entity who is clearly responsible for the elimination and control of mosquitos within the boundaries of the District. DES CRIPTION OF PROPOSED SERVICES The District intends to provide for the acquisition, construction, completion, installation and /or operation ana maintenance of televison relay and translator facilities, together with all necessary, incidental and appurtenant facilities, land and easements, anc all necessary extensions of and improvement to said facilities within and without the boundaries of the District. Immediately upon formation of the District, the directors of the District will attempt to accomplish the following objectives with respect to establishing and maintaining a television relay and translator facility system: 1. (1989) Obtain (i) general obligation bond authorization or (ii) enter into a municipal lease agreement to provide funding for phase 1 construction projects. 2. (1989) Execute T.V. translator equipment and license dedication agree- ments with the following entities which have agreed to transfer such equipment and licenses to the District. - Eagle Valley T.V. Corporation - Town of Minturn - Town of Red Cliff - Town of Avon 2. (1989) Finalize T.V. translator site engineering evaluations for the Eagle (Castle Peak), Dowds, Min•turn, Red Cliff, East Vail, and Lake Creek sites. 4. (198:9) File required license application and license transfers with the Feceral Communication Commission. 5. (1989) Obtain appropriate permits ana licenses for required site development from various entities. 6. (1989) Prepare specifications and bid documents for equipment and facilities as described in the "Preliminary Engineering/ /Standards of Construction /Description of Facilities and Cost Estimate_ section cf this Service Plan. 8. (1989) Award construction bids. 9. (1989/1990) Begin operation of the system. The District also intends to provide for a system that will eliminate and /or control mosquitos. It is expected that such a system will include spraying of approved pesticides in problem areas such as standing bodies of water, including marshes and riparian areas. 5 DISTRICT BOUNDARIES/MAP C The area to be served by the District generally encompasses the area along I -70 and the Eagle River from Gypsum to East Vail, and the communities of Red Cliff and Minturn. A map of the boundaries of the District is attached as Exhibit A. A legal description of the District is attached as Exhibit C. The total area to be included in the District is approximately 197.5 square miles. ASSESSED VALUATION AND POPULATION WITHIN THE DISTRICT As indicated by Table I, the current assessed valuation of Lice property to be included within the District is based upon the 1988 Eagle County Abstract of Assessments and is approximately $547,514 Based on moderate growth estimates, this assessed valuation should increase to in excess of $670,000,000 within the next ten years. Based on discussions with the Eagle County Department of Community Development, year -round population within the District boundaries is currently estimated to be 14,663. 14 A 6 ' T O ✓ C' D O O �O N r C' m � vN cl N O �t L' cc ul d O L/1 I - II O m � o o�� �VY1 N N O O ^+ Cl O c^'1 cl ti c0 r m •-t m0 O O m � � � m n m v� •--� � � M v1 e0 Nff N �t r N ti O �O O C-1 H <'I O rN't m .o rn cl Lr c 0 c o m m C w r ci vi Q o m N � N � rn o" y�p} N x/ N �/1 r t m ~ - 1 O N N 0 .N L r? y 0 F Yi s L y N - F tro+ v N t p a1 - r w o u� U P iG aJ N L y t0 y N y 7 O y y L N y y L 8 ,py O � O� O/ T� l L 7 ♦J N W v � � C. x c l N Q� V1 n ti m $$4 I W H C � G 6 6 N Pa W CJ r �o I .-+ r m .� ✓l N � c d o7 r � W n ��Opp p r � p r W ti N p � � I N CO ti � N ✓ ^ �ccnpp d m r v1 c0 r �t n I V N W j M N O^i � Lr I .-r v m r N Lr �tt c ?p �p O v N O � ✓1 O ti ' T O ✓ C' D O O �O N r C' m � vN cl N O �t L' cc ul d O L/1 I - II O m � o o�� �VY1 N N O O ^+ Cl O c^'1 cl ti c0 r m •-t m0 O O m � � � m n m v� •--� � � M v1 e0 Nff N �t r N ti O �O O C-1 H <'I O rN't m .o rn cl Lr c 0 c o m m C w r ci vi Q o m N � N � rn o" y�p} N x/ N �/1 r t m ~ - 1 O N N 0 .N L r? y 0 F Yi s L y N - F tro+ v N t p a1 - r w o u� U P iG aJ N L y t0 y N y 7 O y y L N y y L 8 ,py O � O� O/ T� l L 7 ♦J N W v � C. x x .a $$4 W H C � G 6 6 Pa W CJ ' T O ✓ C' D O O �O N r C' m � vN cl N O �t L' cc ul d O L/1 I - II O m � o o�� �VY1 N N O O ^+ Cl O c^'1 cl ti c0 r m •-t m0 O O m � � � m n m v� •--� � � M v1 e0 Nff N �t r N ti O �O O C-1 H <'I O rN't m .o rn cl Lr c 0 c o m m C w r ci vi Q o m N � N � rn o" y�p} N x/ N �/1 r t m ~ - 1 O N N 0 .N L r? y 0 F Yi s L y N - F tro+ v N t p a1 - r w o u� U P iG aJ N L y t0 y N y 7 O y y L N y y L 8 ,py O � O� O/ T� l L 7 ♦J N W v STANDAPDS OF CONSTRUCTION /PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING SURVEY /DESCRIPTIOIJ OF FACILI- TIES AND ESTIMATED COSTS C Standards of Construction The District's television relay and translator facilities will be constructed and maintained in accordance with the standards prescribed by the Federal Communications Commission and with other State of Colorado and federal regulatory agencies. Preliminary Engineering Survey and Technical Feasihili v Stud. Mr. James W. Hart, P.E., president of Hartech, Inc., Telecommunications and Consulting Engineers, and Mr. Neil Van Gaalen, licensed broadcast engineer, nave prepared detailed engineering and technical feasibility studies relating to the District's required televiscn relay and translator facilities and have determined (i) that the proposed television relay and translator facilities within the District are technically feasible and (ii) that the standards by which the facilities are to be constructed are compatible with the facilities of other jurisdictions as prescribed by the Federal Communications Commission. Exhibit E sets forth the technical feasibility study as prepared by Hartech, Inc. Exhibit F presents two letters from Neil Van Gaalen relating to the technical feasibility of the television relay and translator facilities proposed to be constructed by the District. Description of Facilities and Estimated Costs A description of the facilities and the cost of such facilities to be constructed or installed are presented in the following paragraphs and are based on information provided by Mr. Neil Van Gaalen as presentee in Exhibit F. Such facilities are depicted on Exhibit E - District Television Relay and Translator Facility Map. Construction and Installatic•n of T.V. Translator Eauioment Kremmlina Site This existing site currently receives channel 7 signals d rect from Denver and subsequently relays these signals via UHF translator to Castle Peak for integration into the District's translator system. This site will be improved during 1989 as follows: 9 • Upgrade power cable and repair existing building; • Install surge protector; • Install antenna on 20 foot tower. Cost Analysis 1 - Sitco quad antenna 48 element each 870 total 870 1 - Install new power cable 350 350 1 - Repair building 7,400 7,400 1 - Install surge protector 825 825 1 - Install 20' Rohn tower 3,500 3,500 total 12,945 9 Eagle Si-e (Castle Peak) This existing head -end site will receive Denver channels 2, 4, 6, and 9 from Garfield County and Denver channel 7 from the Kremmling site, and will be improved during 1989 as follows: CI A 6 • Upgrade two existing UHF channels to 100 watt solid state units; • Construct new Bogner antenna with a 220 degree horizontal radiation pattern and eight degrees vertical beamwidth at the half power point; • Upgrade three existing VHF channels with ten watt amplifiers directed at Dewds Junction and with anti - distortion circuits; • install larger receiving dish so that signal reception from Suniignt Peak will be improved; • Construct new masonry building to protect equipment. Cost Analysis 2 - XL 100 UU 100 watt translators each 24,250 total 48,500 1 - combining filter 2,850 2,850 1 - Bogner UHF antenna 12,370 12,370 1 - 50 ft Rohn 45 tower (installed) 4,000 4,000 1 - 8 ft reception dish 2,600 2,160 9 - 10 element Yagi VHF antennas 240 2,100 1 - surge protector 1,595 1,595 1 - 10x16 masonry bldg (installed) 9,000 9,000 Misc 2,500 2,500 labor to install electronic equip 2,500 2,500 3 - 10 watt VHF amplifiers 2,450 7,350 total 95,425 CI A 6 Dowds Junction This existing site during 1989 as foll • Add five circuits• • Construct Avon, and would receive signals from Castle Peak and will be improved Dws: new 100 watt solid state translators with anti- distortion Scala PR 4500 antenna system which will be directed to Vail, Minturn. Cost Analysis A 5 - XL 100 UU 100 watt translators each 24,250 totai 121,500 10 - PP. 459 U attennas 550 5,550 5 - parapanel antennas 500 2,500 2 - Rohn 45 30 ft towers 2,500 5,000 1 - 8 ft UHF reception dish 2,600 2,600 1 - 10 element Yagi reception attennas 240 240 5 - power dividers PD -3 135 675 2 - preamplifiers 300 600 1 - surge protector 1,595 1,595 1 - masonry bldg 10x12 (installed) 8,000 8,000 Misc 3,000 3,000 labor to install electronic equip. 3,000 total 154,010 Red Cliff This existing site will be improved during 1989 so that it will receive signals from the Castle Peal: site as follows: • Relocate translator site; • Construct new antenna system; • Install additional translators. Cost Analysis 3 - UTVB translators 1 watt VHF each 3 - 10 element Yagis 1 - 8 ft reception dish 1 - 10 element Yagis (P,) 2 - preamplifiers 1 - 50 ft. Rohn 45 tower (installed) 2 - inline amplifiers 2,000 ft. coaxial cable 2 - splitters Misc labor to install 1 - surge protector 3,290 240 2,600 240 300 4,000 275 4,000 135 2,000 8,000 825 total total III 9,870 720 2,600 240 600 4,000 550 4,000 270 2,000 8,000 825 33,675 10 i Lake Creek Site This new site, which will facilitate T.V. translator service to the Lake Creek area will be improved during 1990 as follows: • Install 5 one watt UHF" translators; • Install various translator equipment and antennas. Cost Analysis 5 - UHF 1 watt translators each 4,490 total 22.500 5 - parapanel antennas 550 500 2,500 1 - solar power system (150 watt) 18,000 18,000 1 - 8 ft reception dish 1 - 2,600 2,600 1 - 8x8 masonry bldg (installed) 6,000 6,000 1 - preamplifier 300 300 300 1 - 50 ft Rohn 45 tower (installed) 4,000 4,000 3,500 Misc 3,000 3,000 4,000 labor to install 4,000 4,000 total 62,900 East Vail Site This new site, which will facilitate T.V. translator service to East Vail and portions of West Vail, will be improved by 1990 as follows: o Install various translator equipment and antennas. Cost Analysis 5 - 10 watt UHF translators each 9,990 total 49,950 10 - FR 450U antennas 550 5,550 5 - power dividers 125 625 - solar power supply (300 watt) 29,000 ^ 19,000 1 - 60 ft Rohn 45 tower (installed) 5,000 5,000 1 - 5 ft reception dish 800 800 1 - preamplifier 300 300 1 - 8x8 masonry bldg (installed) 6,000 6,000 Misc 3,500 3,500 labor to install 4,000 4,000 total 104,725 A 11 Minturn Site This existing site would be upgraded during 1990 as follows: c Install various translator equipment and antennas so that five channels can be received. Cost Analysis Miscellaneous Equipment 20.000 total 20,000 Total Construction and Installation of T.V. Translator Equipment All Sites $487,000 A summary of the above T.V. translator and equipment costs and other estimated costs are summarized in Table II. 14 12 13 2 -27 -89 TABLE II TVCAPCOS.A EACLE VALLEY TV METROPOLTTAN DISTRICT eaglcat3.mp ESTIMATED CAPITAL COSTS FOR THE YEARS ENDIIU DECEMBER 31, 1989 - 1993 (THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) Capital Outlay Item 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 TOTAL, New TYanslator Equipment Eagle (Castle Peak) 96 0 0 0 0 96 DDwds 155 0 0 0 0 155 East Vail 0 105 0 0 0 105 Red Cliff 35 0 0 0 0 35 Minturn 0 20 0 0 0 20 Ic Lake Creek Meadows Kremnling 0 13 63 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 13 Total Translator Equip. 299 188 0 0 0 487 License Transfers /Applications 10 0 0 0 0 10 Capitalized Admin. & Oper. 50 0 0 0 0 50 Organizational Costs 50 0 0 0 0 50 Eng., Plans, Specs 6 R&D 20 10 0 0 0 30 Contingencies - 20% 86 40 0 0 0 125 Test Equipment 0 30 0 0 0 30 Replacement Translator Equip. Eagle (Castle Peak) 0 0 0 0 60 60 Dotds 0 0 0 0 0 0 East Vail 0 0 0 0 0 0 C Red Cliff 0 0 10 0 0 10 Minturn 0 0 10 0 0 10 Total Replace. Trans. Equip. 0 0 20 0 60 80 Total Capital Outlay 515 268 20 0 60 862 13 ESTIMATED _OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE COSTS The District intends to operate, maintain, and administer the relay and translator facilities in a highly professional manner quality T.V. service will consistently be enjoyed by residents o Estimated administrative, operating and maintenance costs of (including a $25,000 annual allowance for mosquito control) are Tables III and IV. M I District's T.V. so that high f the District. the District set forth in 14 A 15 Vl N w N� � N 1� •-+ .� an d N I �j II rn � I G p ~ v1 N � � ti � � •-� •-� M � N i O II z � m a UR N �O �O �-i •--� .--� m �1' N I O II i Obi N�� ti�� .-� -•i M d N I vl I H� � I 7� '+ � p GZ] QVVV7l7 U � N N �D �O �'1 �7 �O .--i •-� M �1' N p I 1T II ( L W O O �O �O ti� m •-� M m e N I A II O I O� 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I O II I ti T �+ •U tll N N +� nS Cl] L \ 1 O pq W I (LCdJJ� U \ C➢ W U V 4 �_ --i fff+++777 � Y u .i P. U 1+ •M N L N N •.1 N rl W 7 N [ C N L I A abo U m W v W •~ 6�� O F O O A 15 IN / u(} \) \^ � / \)§ e ))§ _§ N d/ \/\ (L § \ k q } , Q (\ (\ j= =E/ / {j § \ k q } , Q (\ (\ j= =E/ / 16 P FINANCIAL PLAN AS PREPARED BY STAN BERNSTEIN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. Table V sets forth a detailed financial plan that has been prepared by Stan Bernstein and Associates, Inc. Financial Planners and Consultants for Local Governments, Municipal Bond Underwriters, and Real Estate Developers showing how the District's proposed facilities and services are to be financed, including the estimated costs of engineering, legal, administrative services, capital costs and related debt service, and other costs relating to the organization and initial operation of the District. The financial plan clearly demonstrates that the District will have the ability to finance the facilities identified herein, and will be capable of discharging its proposed bonded indebtedness or make its annual lease payments on a reasonable basis. The financial plan assumes that the District will initially begin collecting property tax revenues, expected to initially be generated by a mill levy of 0.60 mills, during 1990. The financing plan indicates that the District's mill levy could begin to decrease by 1996 as a result of the decline in the District's annual debt service requirements or lease payments. It has been assumed that the District will finance its capital improvement requirements as previously set forth in Table II, by either (i) entering into municipal lease purchase agreements or (ii) by issuing general obligation bonds authorized by voters residing within the District's boundaries. Table V —A assumes municipal lease arrangements or general obligation bond issues during 1989 and 1990. The 1989 financing in amount of $580,000 includes one year's capitalized interest and a 5% discount for legal and financing costs. The 1990 financing in amount of $280,000 assumes a 5% discount and no capitalized interest. It is assumed that the term of the lease or the general obligation bonds will be seven years and the interest rate will be 8.5 %. In the event that the District's capital improvements are financed by municipal leases, a separate debt service mill levy will not be required and consequently, it appears that the District's operating mill levy will be 0.60. if, however, the District's capital improvements are financed from the - :ssua ^re of general obligation bonds, the District's initial 1990 mill levy of 0.60 will be allocated as follows: Operations 0.44 mills C Debt 0.16 mills Total 0.60 mills A 1i H� CIL"�I���III ll o g� ° pp V�1 N O ° � p 8 m m 0 I HE � I C] O O o � I O l O � p � O �1 m N O N C 00 vl I v1 I OOV10 I ul O I 1 0 II � p 6. O� I ✓ uti'� -1 ti ti O O1 El 79 o M m [5. 6 C •. bU �WyW�S N � � •1 >�� 666 C C O V] C N •N .-1 01 O ,X O ip p fyya�� Ei� ..rl tpp�+1. cpa �1 �W O N V N HH p E G7 w 18 A 19 O O O O O O O O O O O O I O II 8 I N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 II p l Q� rn O N O O O O O O O O O O I N II m I H��' � �r�000000000o I � I II N Vl Q� I H ti ° X O W C rn l a o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o t o n A 19 _3 CONCLUSION It is submitted that this Service Plan for the proposed Eagle Valley TV Metro- politan District, as required by Section 32 -1 -202, CRS, establishes that: 1. There is sufficient existing and projected need for organized (i) T.V. relay and translator facility service and (ii) the elimination and control of mosquito service in the area to be serviced by the District; 2. The existing service in the area to be served by the District is inadequate for present and projected needs; 3. The District is capable of providing economical and sufficient service to the area within its proposed boundaries; 4. The area to be included in the District does have, and will have, the financial ability to discharge its proposed indebtedness, if in fact any general obligation bonded indebtedness is incurred, on a reason- able basis. A 20 ■ > j rrl k \ \\\ >\� / ] /]| \� I �i G 7] m r a 1 0 i r I I I O� 1� eq i �i / t _ �t lY Iv � !lyl i I m x x m 1 m > n a N n m O m D j r 0 i� r � n K ti N K N m m 3 3 D 9 EXHIBIT C �^ Legal Description - District Boundary 3 23 LEGAL DESCRIPTI - A parcel of land lying 83, 84 and 85 West, and in e2, 83, 84 and 85 West, and West of the Sixth Principal more particularly described within Township 4 South, Ranges 82, Township 5 South, Ranges 79, 80, 81, in Township 6 South, Range 80 and 81 Meridian, Eagle County, Colorado, as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section 7, Township 5 South, Range 79 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian; thence southerly along the East section lines of Section 7 and 1B to the southeast corner of said Section 18; thence westerly along the south line of said Section 18 to the southwest corner of said Section 1B, said corner being on the rangeline between Ranges 79 West and 80 West; thence continuing westerly along the south line of Section 13, Township 5 South, Range 80 West to the southwest corner of said Section 13; thence northerly along the west line of said Section 13 to the section corner common to Sections 11, 12, 13 and 14; thence westerly along the south line of Sections 11, 10, 9, 8 and 7 to the southwest corner of said Section 7, said corner being on the ranaeline between Ranges 80 West and 81 West; thence southerly alona the rangeline between Ranges BO and 81 West to the southeast corner of Section 36, Township 5 South, Range E31 West, said corner beino on the township line between Townships 5 South and 6 South; thence easterly along the north line of Section i, Township 6 South, Range 81 West to the northeast corner of said Section 1; thence southerly along the rangeline between Rano_es 80 West and 81 West to the southeast corner of Section 13, Township 6 South, Range 81 West; thence easterly across the north lines of Section 19 and 20 to the northeast corner of Section 20. Township 6 South, Range 80 West; thence southerly along the east line of Sections 20 and 29 to the one - quarter corner between Sections 28 and 29; thence westerly along the east -west centerlines of Section 29 and 30 to the west quarter- corner of Section 30, Township 6 South, Range 80 West; C thence continuing westerly along the east -west centerlines of Section 25, 26 and 27 to the quarter - corner between Sections 27 and 28, Township 6 South, Range 81 West; thence northerly along the west lines of Sections 27, 22, 15, 10 and 3 to the northwest corner of Section 3, Township 6 South, Range 61 West, said corner being on the south line of Township 5 South; thence westerly along the south line of Section 34, 33, 32 and 31 to the southwest corner of Section 31, Township 5 South, Range 81 West; thence continuing westerly along the south township line of Township 5 South, Range B2 West to the southwest corner of said township; thence continuing westerly alono the south line of Section 36, Township 5 South, Range 83 West to the southwest corner of said Section 36; thence northerly along the west lines of Sections 36, 25, 24, 13, 12 and 1 to the northwest corner of Section 1., Township 5 South, Range 83 West; thence westerly along the south township line of Township 4 South, Ranoe 63 West to the southwest corner of said township; thence southerly along the ranoeline between Ranges 83 and 64 West to the southeast corner of Section 24, Township 5 South. Range 84 West; thence westerly N C N alono the south line of Sections 24, 23, 22, 21 and 20 to the southwest corner of Section 20, Township 5 South, Range 84 West; thence northerly along the west line of Section 20. 17 and B to the northwest corner of Section B, Township 5 South, Range 84 West; thence westerly along the south line of Section 6 to the southwest corner of Section 6, Township 5 South, Range 84 West; thence westerly along the south line of Sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 to the southwest corner of Section 5. Township 5 South, Range 85 West; thence northerly along the west line of said Section 5 to the northwest corner of said Section 5 on the township line between Townships 4 and 5 South; thence continuing northerly along the west line of Section 32 to the northwest corner of Section 32, Township 4 South, Range 85 West; thence easterly along the north line of Sections 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36 to the northeast corner of Section 36, Township 4 South, Range 85 West on the rangeline between Ranges 85 and 84 West; thence northerly along said rangeline to the northwest corner of Section 19, Township 4 South, Range 84 West; thence easterly along the north line of Sections 19, 20, 21 and 22 to the northeast corner of Section 22; thence northerly along the west line of Sections 14 and 11 to the northwest corner of Section 11; thence easterly along the north line of Sections 11 and 12 to the northeast corner of Section 12, Township 4 South, Range B4 West on the rangeline between Ranges 83 and 84 West; thence continuing easterly, crossing said rangeline, along the north line of Sections 7 through 12 to the northeast corner of Section 12, Township 4 South, Range 83 West on the rangeline between Ranges e2 and 83 West; thence SOLAtherly alono said rangeline to the northwest corner of Section 31, Township 4 South, Ranqe B2 West; thence easterly alonq the north line of Sections 31 throiioh 36 to the northeast corner of Section 30. Township 4 Smith, Range 82 West on the rangeline between Ranges 82 and 61 West; thence southerly along said rangeline to the southeast corner of said Section 36, said corner also being the northwest corner of Section 6, Township 5 South, Range BS. West; thence easterly along the township line between Townships 4 and 5 South to the northeast corner of Section 1, Township 5 South, Range 87. West; thence continuing easterly alono the said township line to the northeast corner of Section 2, Township 5 South, Range 80 West; thence southerly along the east line of said Section 2 to the southeast corner of said Section 2; thence easterly along the north line of Section 12 to the northeast corner of Section 12, Township 5 South, Range 80 West, said corner being on the rangeline between Range BO and 79 West; thence continuing easterly along the north line of Section 7 to the northeast corner of Section 7, Township 5 South, Range 79 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian and the Point of Beqinning, containing 197.5 square miles, more or less:_ EXHIBIT D Letter from Eagle Valley T.V. Corp. re: Transfer of T.V. Translator Facilities and License 3 A 24 R pA 5 i LETTER OF INTENT R TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Re: Proposed Television Relay and Translator District This letter is written to express the intent of the Board of Trustees of Eagle Valley TV Corporation to support and contract with the proposed television relay and translator district. Upon organization of the proposed district, the Corporation will convey to the district the equipment, licenses and lease obligations for translator sites, together with the obligation to maintain existing levels of service, to patrons of EVTV Corporation. Dated this "�,qP� day of l .: / , 1989. EAGLE VALLEY TV CORPORATION By: X�� / /�-6 President 3 EXHIBIT E Eagle County Television Translator Study, Volume 1, November 1988, as Prepared by Hartech, Inc. C 6 25 m N N TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONSULTING ENGINEERING i EAGLE COUNTY TELEVISION TRANSLATOR STUDY VOL.1 •:t G! ,•• .,, ry�V 'F,lilS it �c IP C� v 1 2787 W �J SUBMITTED BY JAMES W. HART, P.E. L PRO l� N - i TABLE OF CONTENTS Exhibit 5 - Tabular Grade A and B Contour Data 119 - No. of Pages Volume 1 Eagle County Translator Study - Executive Summary 1 Eagle County Television Translator Study 8 Exhibit 1 - FCC Television Station Data Base 12 Exhibit 2 - Eagle County TV Translator Stations of Record 2 Exhibit 3 - Equipment List by Site 1 Exhibit 4 - Antenna Pattern Tabular Listings 12 r;ao and Contou Over lays Exhibit 6 - Map and Contour Overlays One Map Board and 20 Overlays Exhibit 7 - Station Feeds Exhibit 8 - Terrain Profile Graphs Exhibit 9 - Standard Translator Unit Cost List Exhibit 10 - Eagle County Translator Site Development - Cost Estimates Exhibit 11 - Eagle County Translator Site Development - Cost Estivate Summary Exhibit 12 - Estimated Annual Maintenance Costs for System 1 8 1 3 1 1 EAG CO UNTY TRANSLATOR STUDY - EY,ECUT SUMMARY L� I to James W. Hart, P.E. of HARTECH, INC. and Larry D. Ellis, P.E. of Larry D. Ellis and Associates, P.C. as a subcontractor to HARTECH undertook this study to list, inventory, and study coverages of present translators servinci Eagle County, select additional sites which might augment coverage, and investigate the possibility of initiating the intearation of a county system. We found eleven translator sites within or covering parts of the county. Eight actually served county residents. We made extensive calculations to determine the FCC grade A and B coverage areas using USGS topoeraphic data for present translators, and added three new potential sites for improved county coverage. A USGS map with a 1:100,000 scale was prepared and the calculations were converted into coverage contour overlays so that we could more easily interpret the data. We urge you to use the overlays in assessing our comments. Many observations and recommendations concerning coverage are made within the body of the report. We looked without sucess into the possibility of consolidating sites. We suggest that seven of the existing translator sites be retained and upgraded. We also recommend the addtion of two new sites. At the November 3rd Translator Committee meeting we were asked to look at the BLI °i radio site northwest of the present Eagle (Castle Peak) site as an alternate site; we performed the analysis and found the improvement to be maruinal. At the meeting, we also were asked to look for a site which might cover the new Lake Creek home area. We found a site which may fill that need if available. Considerable upgrading will be required including the addition of from one to four new translators at many of the sites to have a five station system. We also discovered that there were some stations in use that do not appear in the FCC data base. We recommend that these stations be licensed before system integration. We briefly examined the signal feed systems to various translators and made some recommendations. We plotted the path profiles so you may more easily understand our observations. A cost analysis was made. Our estimated capital investment to upgrade the present sites and construct two new sites is $486,400; and the maintenance and operating costs are estimated to be $84,220 annually. I5 f`_ EAG COUN TELEV T RANSLATOR STUDY Scope of Study The Town of Avon engaged HARTECH, INC. to: (1) Determine the locations of existng TV translator stations of record servicing Earle County residents and to make a hardware inventory list, where possible, of present stations. (2) Identify new potential sites to cover additional areas of the county. (3) Determine the service areas (FCC specified A and B grade signals) of present and potential translators based upon transmitter effective radiated powers, antenna characteristics, and county topography. (4) flake recommendations to consolidate sites where feasible. (5) Briefly examine signal importation from Sunlight Peak as a substitute for the Kremmlinc (Radium) translator site. [We also looked at feeds for new translators proposed within this study.] (6) Estimate the cost of acquiring: licenses and required capital equipment for implementing a county system of updated present and new sites. (7) Estimate the annual operating and maintenance costs for a county owned system. Section 1 - Existing Stations of Record A list of television stations of record within 43 miles of Avon was obtained from the FCC data base. Originally this was obtained in July and it was updated in November. The November listing; is shown as Exhibit 1. An enumeration of television translator stations within Eagle County or servicing county residents was extracted from the data base and is C shown in Exhibit 2. [ "Job Poo." in Exhibit 2 refers to our internal computer records only.] He obtained the copies of FCC license applications and updated modifications from local sources and from the FCC files. These were utilized to obtain the basic technical parameters of the stations. As part of the study process Norman Wood, Avon Town Engineer, escorted Jim Hart to sites at Ninturn, Eagle (Castle Peak), Avon (Bellyache Ridge), and Vail (Upper Dowd - possible future site). We also went to Redcliff but did not go to the translator site. For additional information, HARTECH contacted Neil Van Gaalen who was responsible for license preparation for some of the stations and George Collett who services some of the translators within the county. Referring to Exhibit 2, twenty -eight TV translator stations were S -Z identified to be located within the county. Of the 2E, 21 stations cover toms within the county, seven cover towns in other counties. We also found two stations located in Routt County covering {McCoy and Bond. The stations studied were at nine different sites; some stations were at different locations within the site areas. We also found from George Collett that K02BS at Derby Mesa has been out of service for several years, and that the Sweetwater translators cover Garfield County and are serviced by Garfield personnel. UHF channels 65 and 51 at Eagle (Castle Peak) were found to be out of service; channels 57 and 59 are operating there. There are no FCC license records of channels 57 and 55. There may be other stations which need to be licensed within the county. We urge you to make sure any stations you place into your county system be properly licensed prior to commencing actual operation. When we received the November FCC data base, we found one Low Power TV application for channel 21 at Upper Dowd and five applicants vying for channel 42, some located at Upper Dowd. We made a number of observations regarding the present translator sites which we visited: (1) The shelters appear to be badly weathered and may not be structurally sound enough to be useful for the long term. We recommend that co- located stations be Consolidated into single shelters. (2) In general, the equipment at Eagle and Mlinturn looked relatively new; probably purchased within the last several years. (3) The antennas at Eagle and at Redcliff are housed within the shelter structures, and are probably not mechanically sound enough to withstand the outside environment if the present wooden shelters are replaced with smaller metal, concrete, or fiberglass shelters. New externally mounted antennas will then be required. We did not physically inspect the other six sites. George Collett indicated that the equipment at Derby Mesa and at the McCoy sites is also relatively new. An equipment inventory of the present stations is shown in Exhibit 3. Information for this exhibit was obtained from the license applications and updates; and from personal observations from site visits as well as data from George Collett. You should replace most of the old equipment shelters immediately; improve the AC wiring to conform with code; and replace about 50% of the translators anti antennas within the first few years of ownership. This is covered in more detail in Section 6. The receiving antenna models are not stated in Exhibit 3 because they are not indicated on the license applications. LIN Section 2 - Pote Ne w Sites It is unfortunate that there are already seven sites (eliminating Sweetwater which belon }s to Garfield County and Dotsero that appears not C to cover Dotsero) which most likely must be integrated into the county system, and that additional sites are required to cover the eastern part of the county. The new sites studied are shown on page 2 of Exhibit 2. An excellent site to cover from Edwards to East Vail along the I -70 valley is Upper Dowd where KVMT has its transmitter. As stated above, there are already applicants for two channels (21 and 42) for LPTV at this site. Frequency coordination at this site may be difficult for the licensing of five new translators. We tentatively designed this site to incorporate 100 watt UIiF translators fed by U�;F transponders from Avon. We looked at using both omnidirectional antennas and at using; Scala paraflectors PF- 45OLI aimed east and west along I -70. The use of directional paraflectors is recommended and our exhibits are based on them. C At the November TV committee meeting we were asked to check out the the BLM site northeast of the Castle Peak site as a replacement for the :resent Eagle site. It was assumed for this study that 100 watt UHF translators would be used at the 2Lii site so it could be compared with the present site. Our observations about this site are covered later in this report. During our field visit and at the November TV meeting we were asked about the possible coverage of the "Lake Creek" area. We found an excellent hill which might be- used to house 1 ,Matt translators using 5 element yagi transmitting antennas to cover the Lake Creek area. The hill is indicated on the USGS site map (Exhibit 6) provided. It appears that the translators could be easily fed frog; the Upper Dowd site. No other potential new sites could be found for investii Secti 3 The ueographic coordina those listed in Exhibit 1, checked against geographic construction permits for the - Service Coveracie Areas tes of the sites used in this study were the FCC engineering data base. They were coordinates listed in the applications for respective translators. The topographic terrain elevation data was extracted to a distance of thirty miles along: 72 radials spaced in five decree increments around each station starting at true north. Elevation data was taken at 0.2 mile increments along each radial. The data base used was the National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) 30- second point elevation; this is the sane data base as used by the FCC. The elevation of the site, the center of radiation above Ground level, the assigned frequency, and the effective radiated power were verified from as many sources as possible - some visits, reaps, license applications, and so forth. Flhen a directional antenna was used or proposed, the particular radiation characterisitics of the specific types of antennas were -4- secured from antenna manufacturers and erpIoyed in our prediction modeling. Tabular patterns for all sites using directional antennas are shown in Exhibit 4. The received field strength was then calculated at one rile intervals on each of the 72 radials starting at the transmitting antenna location. In accordance with standards of good engineering practice (and FCC methodoloyy), the receiving antenna was specified to be 30 feet above ground level. The free space field strength was calculated at each point and then attenuated by the shadow loss that occurs as a result of terrain that penetrates the first Fresnel zone. Two or more obstructions that occurred on a path that are within 0.5 miles were treated as a single obstruction and the worst case loss was used in assessing the particular obstruction loss. Once the fields were calculated at approximately 2160 locations C around each transmitting antenna, the locations of the pertinent grade A and grade B contours were calculated seeking the first location removed from the transmitting site where the field reached the prescribed values. The grade A and B contour distances were then plotted using the calculated points on each of the 72 azimuths around each translator evaluated. Contour values for field intensity (dBu /meter) are specified by the FCC in the Rules and Regulations Section 73.683. The contour values are: Grade A Grade B Channels 2 - 6 (68u) (dBu Channels 7 - 13 71 56 Channels 14 - 69 74 64 While the numbers vary for all three bands, the grade A and B signals within either contour grade represent similar picture quality. Exhibit 5 (Report Vol. 2) consists of tabular data for the contours calculated at the translator stations at each site. The contour overlays C discussed below are based upon these figures. Exhibit 6 is the 1:100,000 scale map with the twenty service coverage contour overlays. !There there was a cluster of VHF or UHF translators with identical power and antenna types, one set of contours was calculated to provide the coverage for each cluster of translators. An example of this is the Minturn site which has three identical VHF translators and antennas - only one set of contours was made since the coverage patterns are essentially the same. We made a number of observations regarding the various translator coverages. We suggest that you use the map and overlays as you go through our comments to understand, and concur or disagree with us. Our observations and comments are: (1) The Eagle site at Castle Peak does not cover the Town of Eagle very well and has only limited coverage of parts of I -70. Intervening terrain -5- produces substantive grazing. and therefore adversely affects the reception in Eaole. (2) We checked the BLfi site located northeast of Castle Peak to see if it micht give better coverace to the valley. We found that it does not do much better than the present Castle Peak location, and we believe it would riot be worthwhile relocating the Castle Peak translators to this site. (3) The Hinturn site gives the Minturn channels excellent coverace in the town and up and down the valley. No changes are recommended. (4) The Sweetwater channel 13 probably interferes with adjacent channel 12 at the Dotsero site. (Also see note 5.) (5) The Dotsero coverage appears to be a very small area. We checked our C calculations several times to make sure we had riot made an error. The coverage appears not to include Dotsero. Consideration should be given to eliminate this site from the system or to relocate the site to be near the community. Consideration should also be given to changing the frequency from channel 12 to minimize potential interference with K13110 at Sweetwater. (6) There are three different locations indicated for the Derby resa Stations (with K02BS no longer in service). The site for K05BJ appears to have superior coverage to the other two sites. (7) It is our understanding that the only function of the Ptarmigan translators is to feed the Redcliff translators. The Ptarmigan station applications indicate the antennas are not directed perfectly. If Redcliff is the only target and the antennas are not directed toward the Radcliff translators, we recommend that they be properly redirected. Similarly, the Redcliff antennas should be looking directly at the town. The Redcliff translators appear to cover the town well. (B) iicCoy appears to be well covered, but Bond does riot by the Bond- i•cCoy translators. The terrain south of MjcCoy degrades the reception at Bond. C (9) The new Avon site (Bellyache Ridge) looks like an excellent site to cover much of I -70 west of Vail as well as the Torn of Avon. It will also provide excellent signals for translators at the Upper Dowd site. (10) Upper Dowd is an excellentent site to cover from Edwards to East Vail alono I -70. (11) The Lake Creek site appears to satisfactorily cover the region. This site should be field checked to: (1) make sure it actually covers the area of the new or potentially new housing:, (2) confirm that there is a line of sight between Upper Dowd and the site, and (3) make sure the site is available for use by the county. Section 4 - Site Consolidation -6- We cannot see any reasonable consolidation of the present sites to maintain coverage over several regions within the county because of the roueh county topography. Similarly we see no obvious movement of the northern sites which might improve coverage. Section 5 - Si Importation We sorted out the present feed schemes for the various translators in the system. Exhibit 7 shows feeds to various sites. It also shows the licensee of record for each station. rIe examined the feeds to various translator sites from Sunlight Peak and from the Kremmling (Radium) site as required in the contract. One translator rule is that no more than a three hop chain from the originating station should be used to retransmit television signals. If more than three are used, there is an excellent chance of loosing picture sychronization and introducing high noisc.'Sunlight Peal; will probably remain as an "original" translator station fed directly with microwaved video and audio; Krernmlino is fed from the Denver TV stations and represents one hop. [Dr. St. Clair of Television Technology indicated to us in October that his company is working on some new translator designs that will eliminate the need for the three hop restraint sometime in the future.] Profiles, graphical representations of elevation versus distance between transmission path terminals were made for each feed path examined. The profiles included herein also cover the potential new sites as mentioned above. We have assumed the "bending" of the signal to be 1.307 times the relative earth curvature (as recommended by the National Bureau of Standards for paths located in the Colorado. Mountains). This bending takes place because of refraction of signals from the atmosphere made up of lighter air on top of heavier air at the lower altitudes. It is shorn on our profiles as curved "x" axis lines. To receive usable signals, it is necessary to have clear paths between translators and 0.6 times the first Fresnel zone clearance. This clearance is indicated on the profiles by unoostructed straight lines C between terminals. All the clear paths met the Fresnel clearance criterion. Please look at Exhibit 8 as you read our comments below: (1) Exhibit 8A - Sunlight Peak has an excellent unobstructed path to the Eagle Site at Castle Peak. (2) Exhibit 8B - The path from Krernmling ('Radium) to the Eagle Site is obstructed at the Eagle end. The obstruction is not too large and the defracted signal reaching the channel 7 translator input is degraded but evidently usable. (3) Exhibit 8C - The Sunlight Peak to the new Avon site path also looks satisfactory. (4) Exhibit 8D - Sunlight Peak to Upper Dowd is an obstructed path and Should not be used. �3 -7 (6) Exhibit SE - Avon to Upper Dowd is an excellent unobstructed path. C Avon would make a good feed to Upper Dowd. (7) Exhibit 8F - At the November Eagle County Television Translator Committee meeting, we agreed to examine possible alternate paths to Redcliff. The path from Upper Dowd is blocked and could not be used to feed Redcliff. (8) Exhibit 8G - The path from the new Avon' site to Redcliff is not satisfactory; it is also blocked. (U) Exhibit 8H - The Eagle Site to Upper Dowd is also an unobstrcted path so that Upper Dowd could be fed from Eagle if the Avon site is not developed. (10) Exhibit 8I - There appears to be an excellent path between Upper Dowd and the newly identified Lake Creek site. Any new feeds should be confirmed by field sighting between the end points to confirm that no natural or man -made obstacles are in the paths. In addition the topography information must be abstracted and pertinent path calculations must be made. Simple line -of -sight is by no means entirely satisfactory. Section 6 - Estimated Capital Costs Acquisition of the present (existing) translator stations should be quite reasonable, we believe, because the county will provide the site and station upgrading to assure continued hick reliability levels. In P-Ost cases, we think, the TV associations will probably provide the county with these at no cost. There is an excellent probablility that the present translator equipment will need to be replaced or upgraded within the first five years of operation. To provide a five channel system, you will need to coordinate and license three new stations at Bond- FicCoy, four at the Dotsero site (if C kept), two at i *linturn, and three at Ptarmigan and Redcliff, and update the licensinj at the Eagle site. You will also need to frequency coordinate and license nee sites at Upper Dowd and Lake Creek if you decide to integrate them into your system. It is critical that all existing and proposed frequencies be coordinated at the same time since the selection of any new translator frequencies will preclude the use of many frequencies within the region. We recommend consolidating the five translators at each site into a single shelter at least 8 by 12 feet; and replacing multiple towers with single towers and new antennas. It may, however, be required that the receive antennas need to be isolated from the transmit antennas in which case you may need to provide a second tower spaced away from the transmitting antenna tower. The isolation requirements depend upon the differences in transmit and receive frequencies, the use of rf filters, and the terrain. At Avon and Upper Dowd the owners will most likely provide station equipment space and tower space. j M Exhibit 9 shows estimated unit costs for various equipment from C suppliers. Exhibit 10 is a spreadsheet showing the estimated costs by site for the complete system. Based on our observation of the Eagle site we recommend new shelters, new power heads and A.C. distribution, and towers. For simplicity we have assumed that each translator will have separate transmitting and receiving antennas. In practice you may be able to combine up to several UHF translators on a single antenna depending upon the fregency separations. Similarly you may decide to use log periodic antennas for VHF translators. Single antennas at each band (VIIF and U'r'F) and combiners may also be used on the inputs of the translators. Exhibit 11 is a summary of the capital costs of Exhibit 10. The total estimated cost, if you accept the eight exisitng sites (including Dotsero which you may wish to eliminate and Avon which has not yet been constructed) plus Upper Dowd and Lake Creek will be approximately $4136, 900. Section 7 - Operation and Maintenance Costs Exhibit 12 shows our estimate of operation and maintenance for the total system. We have assumed modest leasing costs for the low power sites, and reasonable leasing costs for the higher power sites. Spare parts are based upon 10% of the cost of new translators; power is based on $30 per month for each set of five low power translators; and we have assumed that you will hire a technician to service the county system at $30,000 including overhead. We have not assumed that the county will purchase any test equipment which may be necessary to service the sites. The annual site operating costs are estimated at $84,220. 3 N 14 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 FCC TELEVISION STATION DATA RASE DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS- FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate AZ CO ID KS NE NM OIC SD TX UT WY EXHIBIT I PAGE 1 Output sorted by: Channel Distance State City File records located beyond 71 km are not printed. M C 1110 C049 1C 00 DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- -- -- ------ - - - - -- - - -- -- - - -- -- - - -- -- CO MINTURN, ETC. K02BL LI 2n 23.106 39:35:22.00 104;:25:20.00 .920 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2658.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SH(•I9N ON LIC. CO DOTSERO, ETC. K02BS LI 2n 30.578 39:51:30.00 106:55:09.00 .870 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2168.0 m MSL DA CO BOND -MC COY K02FX LI 2n 31.136 39:55:58.00 106:44:00.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2106.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LICENSE CO COLORADO RIVER V K02BV LI 2n 43.352 40:00:05.00 106:26:31.00 .930 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2840.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LICENSE. CO SNOWDIASS- AT -ASPE K02HI LI 2n 52.296 39:13:11.00 106:54:31.00 .016 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2626.0 m MSL DA CO ASHCROFT K02FW LI 2n 58.849 39:08:48.00 105:52:11.00 .010 kW HAAT .0 w ; Center Rad 3386.0 m MSL DA CO ALMA K02GX LI 2n 62.932 39:20:01.00 106 :04:30.00 .014 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3497.0 m DISL DA CO REDSTONE, ETC. K02I0 LI 2n 66.020 39:14:18.00 107:13:28.00 .085 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2576.0 m MSL DA CO OAK CREEK K02DY LI 2n 70.242 40:15:20.00 106:56:21.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2472.0 m MSL DA Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 791 South Holly Street Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 M DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40 :39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- - ------- --- - - - -- -- -- -- - - -- - - - - -- -- CO LOWER FRYINGPAN K03AJ LI 3n 34.320 C 39:22:15.00 106:50:00.00 .012 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2752.0 m MSL DA CO SWEETWATER CREEK K03AP LI 3n 39.156 39:47:00.00 107:06:12.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2455.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO BLUE RIVER, ETC. K03CF LI 3n 43.272 40:00:00.00 106:26:26.00 .169 kW HAAT :0 m ; Center Rad 285 m MSL DA CO ASPEN K03DW LI 3n 49.538 39:13:33.00 106:50:00.00 .012 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2762.0 m MSL DA >RCAIISL AS SHU17N ON LICENSE CO LEADVILLE K03CD LI 3n 60.894 39:15:48.00 106:10:57.00 .011 kW HART .0 m ; Center Rad 4002.0 m MSL DA CO MINTURN, ETC. K04BG LI 4n 23.106 39:35 :22.00 106:25:20.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2658.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. C CO BASALT K04110 LI 4n 49.587 39:21:10.00 107:06:06.00 .028 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2576.0 m MSL DA >TO CHANNEL 5, BASALT, CO. CO SNOWMASS -AT -ASPE K04HH LI 4n 52.296 39:13:11.00 106 :54:31.00 .016 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2626.0 m MSL DA >TO CH -08, SNOWMASS AT ASPEN, CO CO SNCWMASS -AT -ASPE K04HII CP 4n 52.296 39:13:11.00 106:54:31.00 .016 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2626.0 m MSL DA CO SUTANK, ETC. K04KC LI 4n 55.794 39:23 :45.00 107:14:00.00 .036 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 1990.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LIC. 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0050 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 EXHIBIT I PAGE 2 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 A DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- -------- -- - - - - -- - - -- -- - - -- -- -- - - -- CO REDSTONE K04HP LI 4n 66.020 39:14:18.00 107:13:28.00 .113 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2576.0 m MSL DA CO DERBY MESA, ETC. K05BJ LI 5n 31.317 39:51 :18.00 106:56:10.00 .015 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2581.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LICENSE CO THOMASVILLE R05JA CP 5n 33.543 39:21:12.00 106 :41:00.00 .024 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2655.0 m MSL DA CO SWEETWATER CREEK K05EC LI 5n 39.133 39:47:00.00 107:06:11.00 .035 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2505.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K05HE LI 5n 54.840 39:32 :38.00 107:17:59.00 .019 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2457.0 m MSL DA CO LEADVILLE K05CK LI 5n 60.694 39:15:54.00 106:11:01.00 .011 kW HART .0 m ; Center Rad 3965.0 m MSL DA C CO GLEM700D SPRINGS K06LX LI 6+ 54.840 39:32:38.00 107:17:59.00 .019 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2459.0 m MSL DA CO MINTURN, ETC. K06BM LI 6n 23.106 39:35:22.00 106:25:20.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2658.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO PANDO K06GT LI 6n 40.118 39:29:41.00 106:15:33.00 .001 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3707.0 m MSL DA CO ASPEN K06HU LI 6n 49.538 39:13:33.00 106:50:00.00 .012 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2767.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LICENSE 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0050 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 EXn18i'i 1 PAGE 3 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- -- --- ----- - - ---- - --- -- -- -- -- - ----- CO ALMA K06DA LI 6n 62.343 39:20:01.00 106:05:00.00 .014 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3661.0 m MSL DA CO REDSTONE, ETC. K06CK LI 6n 66.020 39:14:18.00 107:13:28.00 .113 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2538.0 m MSL DA CO OAK CREEK, ETC. K06CH LI 6n 70.613 40:15:17.00 106:57:20.00 .002 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2473.0 m MSL DA CO WOLCOTT, ETC. K07DB LI 7n 13.689 39:44:01.00 106:48 :04.00 .034 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3200.0 m MSL DA CO FP.YINGPAN RIVER K07KF LI 7n 33.543 39:21:12.00 106:41:00.00 .005 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2652.0 m MSL DA CO WOODY CREEK, ETC K07RN LI 7n 45.287 39:18:30.00 106:57:15.00 .001 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2481.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LICENSE. CO BASALT K07KR LI 7n 49.587 39:21:10.00 107:06:06.00 .028 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2576.0 m MSL DA CO GLEN1^700D SPRINGS K07GD LI 7n 55.792 39:33:48.00 107:18 :59.00 .023 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2224.0 m MSL DA CO CAMP HALE K08CJ LI 8n 40.118 39:29:41.00 106:15:33.00 .007 kW HAAT .0 ri ; Center Rad 3708.0 m MSL DA CO ASPEN K08HN LI 8n 49.538 39:13:33.00 106:50:00.00 .025 kW HEAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2767.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHO47N ON LICENSE CO CARBONDALE K08GZ LI 8n 55.746 39:23:48.00 107:14:00.00 .005 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 1992.0 m MSL DA --------- ----------- - - - - -- - - - - -- 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. CO51 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 EXHIBIT 1 PAG E 4 } r' J Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ---------- - - - - -- - - -- -- - - -- -- - - - --- CO LEADVILLE K08ER CP 8n 60.064 39:16:15.00 106:11:11.00 .112 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 4005.0 in MSL DA CO BRECKENRIDGE, ET K08EM LI 8n 63.920 39:27:35.00 105:58:40.00 .011 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3891.0 in MSL DA CO DERBY MESA K09GB LI 9n 31.595 39:52:30.00 106:54:4.5.00 .013 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2173.0 in MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LICENSE CO UPPER FRYINGPAN K09LE LI 911 33.543 39 :21:12.00 106:41:00.00 .002 kW IAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2652.0 in MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO BASALT K09AG LI 9n 49.587 39 :21:10.00 107:06:06.00 .028 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad 2495.0 in MSL DA CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K09DC LI 9n 54.840 39:32:38.00 107:17:59.00 .058 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2159.0 in MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO MT MASSIVE TROUT K09LT LI 911 64.725 39:09:02.00 106:18:05.00 .004 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2896.0 in MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO OAK CREEK, ETC. K09IF LI 9n 70.613 40:15:17.00 106:57:20.00 .002 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2473.0 in MSL DA CO WOLCOTT, ETC. KlODG LI lOn 13.689 39:44:01.00 106:48:04.00 .032 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad 3200.0 in MSL DA CO REDCLIFF K10BG LI lOn 30.947 39:31:00.00 106:21:54.00 .010 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2913.0 in MSL DA 1110 Larry :. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0051 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 EXHIBIT I PAGE 5 L Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS ST FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) CO SNCWMASS- AT -ASPE K10IW LI 39:13:11.00 106:54:31.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad CO CARBONDALE K10LW LI 39:23:48.00 107:14 :00.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad CO BRECKENRIDGE, ET KlOEU LI 39:27 :35.00 105:58:40.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad I C 1110 0051 1000 CO LCWER FRYINGPAN K11LM LI 39:22:15.00 106:50:00.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad CO WOODY CREEK, ETC K11LW LI 39 :18:30.00 106:57:15.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad >RCAMSL AS SHUIN ON LIC. CO GREEN MOUNTAIN R K11HV LI 39:55 :42.00 106:16:10.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K11DI LI 39:32:38.00 107:17:59.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO LEADVILLE K11GM LI 39:15:52.00 106:10:54.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad CO HOT SULPHUR SPRI K11BB LI 40:05:00.00 106:06:59.00 HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. lOn 52.296 .033 kW 2627.0 in MSL DA lOn 55.746 .050 kW 1991.0 in MSL DA lOn 63.920 .011 kW 3 83 6.0 in MSL DA lln 34.320 .016 kW 27 52.0 in MSL DA lln 45.287 .017 kW 2481.0 in MSL DA lln 46.228 .005 kW 3324.0 in MSL DA lln 54.840 .014 kW 2159.0 in MSL DA lln 60.855 .1.13 kW 3996.0 in MSL DA lln 67.504 .006 kW . 2733.0 in MSL DA CO DOTSERO, ETC. K12EF LI 12n 30.777 39:43:30.00 107:01:30.00 .015 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2137.0 in MSL DA Larry D. Ellis & Associates, 791 South Holly Street Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) P. C. 329-6388 EXHIBIT I PAGE 6 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 M EXHIBIT 1 PAG E 7 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ---------- - - - - -- - - -- -- - --- -- - - - - -- CO REDCLIFF K12CH LI 12n 30.947 39:31:00.00 106:21:54.00 .003 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2915.0 m MSL DA CO TOPONAS K12KR LI 12n 47.367 40:03:40.00 106:51:00.00 .079 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2545.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO SLTTANK, ETC. K12MH LI 12n 55.746 39:23:48.00 107:14:00.00 .067 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 1990.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN Old LIC. CO BRECKENRIDGE K12EK LI 12n 63.920 39:27:35.00 105:58:40.00 .010 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3836.0 m MSL DA CO WOLCOTT, ETC. K13DE LI 13n 13.595 39:44:00.00 106:48:00.00 .012 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3200.0 m MSL DA CO BOND -MC COY K13DK LI 13n 31.136 39:55:58.00 106:44 :00.00 .013 kW f HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2109.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SIICX -7I1 ON LICENSE CO SWEE7WATER CREEK K13HO LI 13n 39.156 39:47:00.00 107:06 :12.00 .006 kW IIAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2444.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHOWN ON LTC. CO GORE PASS K13JZ LI 13n 43.272 40 :00:00.00 106:26:26.00 .141 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2856.0 m MSL DA CO WOODY CREEK, ETC K13MT LI 13n 45.287 39:18:30.00 106:57:15.00 .003 kW IIAAT .0 m ; Center Fad 2478.0 m MSL DA >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON LIC. CO HEENEY NEW -T AP 13n 46.228 39:55:42.00 106 :16:10.00 .037 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3324.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SHCW N ON APPLICATION. ----------------------------- 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0052 791 South holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 Television Translator Study EXHIBIT 1 Avon Project PAGE 8 November 1988 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ---------- - - - - -- - --- -- - - -- -- - - - - -- CO LEADVILLE K13GI LI 13n 60.855 39:15:52.00 106:10:54.00 .113 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 4016.0 m MSL DA CO ALMA K13FN LI 13n 62.343 39:20:01.00 106:05:00.00 .014 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3661.0 m MSL DA CO NEW CASTLE, ETC. K13AO LI 13n 65.456 39:25:39.00 107:22:48.00 .105 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3267.0 m MSL DA CO LEADVILLE, ETC. K15BO CP 15n 56.431 39:16:45.00 106:14:11.00 .850 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3874.0 m MSL DA CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K15CB CP 15n 57.167 39:33:10.00 107:19:48.00 10.800 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 1827.0 m MSL CO DILLON NEW -T AP 16n 49.558 39:33:22.00 106:06:53.00 13.400 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Fad 3552.0 m MSL CO LEADVILLE, ETC. K17BO CP 17n 56.431 39:16:45.00 106 :14 :11.00 .872 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3874.0 m MSL DA CO ASPEN NEW -T AP 18n 57.073 39:09:12.00 106:49:13.00 6.570 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3428.0 m MSL DA CO AVON K19CB CP 19n .000 39:39:20.00 106:40:39.00 4.400 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Fad 2840.0 m MSL DA CO VAIL NEW -T AP 21+ 19.976 39:38:08.00 106:26:46.00 6.120 kW 5 „ce HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2994.0 m MSL DA 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0052 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 I Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 M DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ---------- - - - - -- - - -- -- - - -- -- - --- -- CO CARBONDALE K22CE CP 22n 65.374 C 39:25:24.00 107:22:36.00 .134 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3242.0 m MSL DA CO ASPEN K23AE LI 23n 49.538 39 :13:33.00 106:50:00.00 1.050 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2879.0 m MSL CO BRECKENRIDGE K24AH CP 24n 63.920 39:27:35.00 105:58:40.00 .081 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3843.0 m MSL DA CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K25AH LI 25n 58.633 39:31:58.00 107:20:30.00 .363 kW IT .0 m ; Center Rad 2286.0 m MSL DA CO ASPEN NEW -T AP 26- 51.494 39:12 :15.00 106:48:58.00 1.000 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2802.0 m MSL CO SIIC:7MASS NEW -T AP 28n 51.668 39:13:46.00 106:55:10.00 1.870 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2439.0 m MSL DA CO LEADVILLE K28AF CP 28n 60.855 39:15:52.00 106:10:54.00 .077 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 4026.0 m MSL DA CO AVON K30BS CP 30n .000 41 39:39:20.00 106:40:39.00 4.400 kW FIAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2840.0 m MSL DA CO OAK CREEK NEW -T AP 30n 70.417 40:14:42.00 106:58 :57.00 .570 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2581.0 m MSL DA CO BRECKENRIDGE, ET NEW -T AP 33n 64.657 39:27:08.00 105 :58:20.00 1.180 kW IIAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3991.0 m MSL DA 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0053 791 South Holly Street '_000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) 329 -6388 EXHIBIT 1 PAG E 9 M Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate A i �tw VI n M C 1110 0053 1000 DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ----- ----- - - - --- - - -- -- - - -- -- - -- - -- CO ASPEN NEW -T AP 35n 49.538 39:13:33.00 106:50:00.00 .081 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2762.0 in MSL DA >RCAPISL AS SHOWN ON APPLICATION. CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS NEW -T AP 35n 57.202 39:31:54.00 107:19:27.00 .961 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 1772.0 in MSL >RCAMSL AS SHOWN ON APP. EXHIBIT I PAGE 10 CO VAIL NEW -T AT 42n 19.976 39:38:08.00 106:26:46.00 1.010 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3043.0 in MSL DA >PETITION FOR RECON. GRANTED; APPLICATION RE11N*!'.,TED 02- 20 -85. CO VAIL NEW -T AP 42n 20.090 39:36:56.00 106:26:57.00 12.600 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2740.0 in MSL > APPLICATION REINSTATED 02- 06 -86. CO VAIL NEW -T AP 42n 29.855 39:36:06.00 106:20:12.00 .814 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3469.0 in MSL CO VAIL NEW -T AP 42z 19.973 39:38:09.00 106:26:46.00 36.800 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3020.0 in MSL DA >PETITION FOR RECON. GRANTED; APPLICATION REI'.ISTATED 02- 26 -85. CO VAIL NEW -T AP 42z 29.855 39:36:06.00 106:20:12.00 .662 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3338.0 in MSL >PETITION FOR RECON. GRANTED; APPLICATION REINSTATED 02- 26 -85. CO LEADVILLE, ETC. NEW -T AP 45n 56.431 39:16:45.00 lOG:14 :11.00 .968 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3874.0 in MSL DA CO BRECKENRIDGE NEW -T AP 45n 63.655 39:28:46.00 105:58:20.00 1.280 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad 3991.0 in MSL DA Larry D. Ellis & Associates, '791 South Hollv Street Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) P. C. c Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 FrW \7 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- -- -------- --- - -- - - -- -- - - -- - - - -- - -- CO SILT, ETC. K47AC LI 47n 65.648 39:25:45.00 107:23:00.00 .869 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3262.0 m MSL CO SILT, ETC. K49AH LI 49n 65.648 39:25:45.00 107:23:00.00 .869 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3262.0 m MSL CO SILT, ETC. K52AG LI 52n 65.648 39:25 :45.00 107:23 :00.00 .819 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3262.0 m MSL CO SILT, ETC. K54AG LI 54n 65.648 39:25:45.00 107:23:00.00 .819 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3262.0 m MSL CO GORE PASS, ETC. K56AT LI 56n 43.272 40:00:00.00 106:26:26.00 2.740 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2855.0 m MSL DA CO CRYSTAL, ETC. K56AD LI 56n 65.022 39:25:33.00 107:22:25.00 1.700 kV7 HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3257.0 m MSL DA CO CRYST ?.L, ETC. K58AA LI 58n 65.022 39:25:33.00 107:22:25.00 .794 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3249.0 m MSL DA CO CRYSTAL, ETC. K60AH LI 60n 65.022 39:25:33.00 107:22:25.00 1.500 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 3257.0 m MSL DA CO AVON K62CZ CP 62+ .000 39:39:20.00 106:40:39.00 4.400 kW HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2840.0 m MSL DA CO AVON K64DD CP 64n .000 r 39:39 :20.00 106:40:39.00 4.400 kW C HAAT .0 m ; Center Rad 2840.0 m MSL DA ------ --------- - - - - -- - - - - -- 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, P.C. 0053 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 - 0 -301 (303) 329 -6388 EXHIBIT I PAGE 11 Television Translator Study Avon Project November 1988 14 DISTANCE TO PERTINENT TX STATIONS FOR AVON CO N Lat 39:39:20.00 W Lon 106:40:39.00 Reference Coordinate DISTANCE ST CITY CALL STAT CHNL (km) -- ------- --- - - - - -- -- -- -- - - -- -- - -- - -- CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K65CK CP 65n 54.669 39:32:36.00 107:17:51.00 1.480 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2476.0 in MSL DA CO GLENWOOD SPRINGS K65CK CP 65n 54.840 39:32:38.00 107:17:59.00 3.080 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2434.0 in MSL DA CO AVON K66DA CP 6Gn .000 39:39:20.00 106:40:3.9.00 4.400 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2840.0 m MSL DA CO RADIUM, ETC. K70DV LI 70n 43.352 40:00:05.00 106:26:31.00 .900 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Fad 2844.0 in MSL DA CO RADIUM, ETC. K72DE LI 72n 43.352 40:00:05.00 106:26 :31.00 .936 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2844.0 m MSL DA CO MT MASSIVE TROUT K74DU LI 74n 59.088 39:11:46.00 106:19:50.00 .068 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 2918.0 m MSL DA >CITY AS SIIagN ON LIC. CO GYPSUM, ETC. K81BH LI 81n 9.870 39:44:00.00 106:44:00.00 .858 kW HAAT .0 in ; Center Rad 3211.0 in MSL DA END OF REPORT; 116 RECORDS PRINTED. ------------------- - - - - -- 1110 Larry D. Ellis & Associates, 0054 791 South Holly Street 1000 Denver, Colorado 80222 -2301 (303) P. C. 329-6388 EXHIBIT 1 PAGE 12 3 R 3 m I= OOO nnn Z �+ n lay s N CJ CJ ,_, so„ i O n`:�F n mmm -1 G n� -1 n m m Vi N O Cd C• 0 0 N N m C! PPP It G - O - -,1 d 0 1•i ^m 0170 00 000 MN Nm U Vi m m -J -1 -1 N N ° Qaa a 0i IV cc Goo of V nn C C. r I— - O ) m 0 • F'1 ((L 0. mmN mm I H 00000 H -i m Q N m mmm Nr NM 0 0 - J" -1-1- a a} U m IT l°l a a Q m m m m m m m Q Q el0 > a} } }} I I QQQ aQ }} 0Gi(.)al N1 J Y Y Y >} ' Q J m m } J to J J J N (1 J J 7 7 7 7 7 Z m m C. 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(2) THESE STATIONS ARE NOT IN OPERATION. (3) THESE ST ^-,TIONS HAVE NOT YET BEEN CONSTRUCTED. EXHIBIT 4 PAGE I BOND-MCCOY K02F% Ki]0< ANTEN DESCRIPTION OF / � � 5L YAGT AT 165 RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE Pnuf]l AZIMUTH G "I I N GAIN o .120 ,014 5 .120 .01�1 10 .120 .0j4 15 .100 ,010 20 .100 1010 25 .100 .010 30 .100 ^010 35 ^080 .056 40 ,080 .096 45 .030 ,001 50 "020 .000 55 .020 m00 60 .020 .00o 65 .013 .000 70 .020 .00C) 75 .020 .000 80 .020 ,000 B5 .020 .000 90 ,040 .002 75 ,050 . 003 100 .060 .004 105 ,140 .020 110 .2«0 .050 115 .320 .l02 120 .400 .160 123 .500 .250 130 .600 . -3 6 0 135 .630 .462 140 .770 "573 145 ^840 ^7V6 150 ,9()0 .01C.) 155 .950 .902 160 .980 ..960 165 1.000 1.000 170 ^980 ~760 175 .950 .902 1R0 .900 .810 185 .840 .70b 190 .770 .593 195 ^680 .462 200 "600 .360 RELATIVE RELATIVE Vg]AGE BULMEL� AZIMUTH GAIN amm 205 .500 .25C) 210 ^400 .160 215 .320 .102 220 ,240 ,058 225 .140 .^020 230 .060 .004 235 .050 .0()3 240 .040 ^002 245 .020 ,000 25o ^020 .00() 255 .020 .000 260 .020 .000 263 1018 .000 270 .020 .00(..) 275 .020 .000 280 .020 W00 285 .()30 .001 270 .OB0 .006 275 .080 .006 300 .100 .010 305 .100 ,010 nto .100 .010 315 .100 .o {o 320 .120 ,014 325 .120 .014 330 .120 c)14 335 .120 "o14 340 .130 .017 345 .140 ,02() 350 "170 .017 355 .120 ^014 LIN EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 2 DERBY MESA K05BJ QNSCRIPTTON OF ANTENNA �� m� 10 L YAGl AT 45 RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE PJWER 4Zl]1UTY GAIN GATH 0 "240 ,0:8 5 .300 .090 10 .460 ,212 15 .590 .348 20 .700 .49) 25 .800 .640 30 .880 .774 35 .940 ~884 40 .980 .960 45 1^000 1.000 50 .980 .960 55 .940 .884 60 .830 .774 65 .800 ,640 70 .700 .470 75 .570 .54G 80 .460 .212 85 .300 .070 90 .240 ,o58 95 .140 .020 100 .020 .000 105 .020 .000 110 .020 ,000 115 .020 .000 120 .020 .000 125 .020 .000 130 .020 .000 135 .020 .000 14() .020 .000 115 .020 .000 150 .02o ,0�0 155 .030 .001 160 .080 .006 165 .100 .91C) 170 .120 .014 175 .1-30 ,017 180 .140 .020 185 ^150 .022 190 .160 .026 195 ,160 .026 200 .1O0 .032 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE PJWER AZIMUTH GAIN AIN 205 .190 .036 210 .21() .044 215 .220 .04R 220 .230 "053 225 .230 .053 230 .230 "053 235 "220 .048 240 .210 .044 245 .190 .036 250 .180 "032 255 .160 .026 260 ^160 ,026 265 .150 .022 270 .140 .020 275 .130 .017 290 .120 "014 285 ,t00 .010 290 ^080 .006 293 ^030 .001 300 .020 "000 3o5 .02() .00o 310 ,020 .000 315 .020 .000 320 .020 .000 325 .020 .000 330 .020 .000 3.!5 "020 .o0o 340 .02() .000 345 .020 ^00o 350 .020 .000 355 .1 .o20 EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 3 DERBY MESA KO9SD CESCRTPT N/\ 10 L iAS)AT 30. 210, 30) RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE RELAO� mINUTH� VO p 0 v[,� A Z I M U T I - GATN GA 0 .630 ,3?7 5 .740 .548 10 .820 .172 15 .870 .792 20 .950 .902 25 .930 ^?60 30 1.000 1^000 35 1.000 ].030 40 .?OO .960 15 .720 =6 50 .870 ,757 33 .800 ,&4. 60 .700 .q70 65 .580 .336 70 .490 .24O 75 .410 .160 s0 ,340 ,l% 95 ,220 ^040 90 .230 .053 95 .230 .0 O3 100 .220 .003 105 .210 .011 110 .230 .05� 115 ,210 .044 120 .200 .040 125 .210 .044 13() .230 .()53 135 .210 .044 140 .220 .048 145 .230 .057 150 .230 ,053 135 .220 ,040 160 .340 11� 165 .410 .163 170 ^470 .24S 175 .580 .336 180 .700 .470 185 .800 .640 190 .O70 .757 195 .920 ,846 200 .980 .760 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAOE �EI"*. mINUTH� GAIN GAIN 205 1.000 1,000 210 1.000 1,000 215 .780 .960 220 "950 .902 225 ^890 .792 230 ,820 .672 235 .740 ,549 240 ,630 .377 215 ^510 ,260 250 .520 .270 255 "500 .250 260 ^510 .260 265 . ^230 270 ^600 .360 275 .690 .476 280 .750 .563 285 .790 .624 Z?S .843 .7(}S 295 .050 .723 300 ,850 .723 303 ,JO3 .723 310 .040 ^7015 315 ^790 .624 320 .750 .563 325 .690 .476 330 .600 .060 333 .400 ,230 340 .510 .260 345 .500 "250 350 .520 .270 355 ,510 .16() EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 4 DOTIER0 K/2EF G 1 AT 30 RELATIVE RELATIVE REL R AZIMUTH VO GAIN AZIMUTH G A GIH �� �567� ----- 5 .670 9 10 ,780 .608 15 .86C) .74C) 20 .93o .865 25 .980 .760 30 l"000 1.000 35 .780 .5 4() .730 .865 45 ^8 .74o 30 ^780 .6;.� �5 .670 .44 69 .5b0 .3117 63 .440 .174 70 .340 .116 �5 .200 o�3 �0 120 .0!4 � .0b0 000 90 .030 0l ?5 .020 009 1�0 .020 ,o�0 13'� .020 .('C)C 110 ./)Z0 .0o0 1.3.5 .02C) .00S 120 .020 .000 125 .020 .000 130 .020 .00(i 135 o20 .��0 110 .020 000 145 .020 ,( 150 .020 C00 155 .040 .o o2 160 .o50 ,(',� 165 .100 170 .120 C114 175 .140 02� 180 .16C) 26 185 .170 .029 190 .1130 .('132 {95 ,17() .�29 200 ^190 .0�6 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN ------- 205 ---- .19C) "036 210 .200 .0A0 215 .190 "036 220 .190 .036 225 "170 .029 2�C.) .180 .032 235 .17() "029 240 .160 .026 245 .140 "020 250 ,120 .014 253 .100 .0�0 260 ^05O ,003 263 .04( ^002 270 .( .000 275 .020 000 �30 .020 .000 2�5 "C)20 ,�00 290 .020 .000 2�5 .020 000 3�0 .020 "0(D0 305 .020 .000 310 .020 .�o0 315 ,020 .000 320 .020 .0o0 32t .020 "o00 3�0 .030 .001 3�5 ,060 ~( 0 ^12() ,014 345 .2()0 ,040 5o .,-.4c. .116 �55 ./i40 ^194 N EXHIBIT 4 9J5 EAGLE 072 KING GJJ DESCRIPTION orANTENNA 3 14 � 4 yL MOM AT 6 q, mo io RELATIVE r:7m: R ELATIVE RELATIVE AZIMUTH VOLTAGE m +a om «u GAIN GAIN 0 1.000 Gom , .900 9" I 300 &r is .mo .7 m .840 .7 :, mo, . 6 4 o 7 .800 .6 , s, 3 m .61110 q 37 .q, 45 1.4e .706 m 007 3e « 300 .moo 271. mo, x« 65 so, x# :m ± w« !s .910 w92 00 am .q= 05 .900 M0 90 Gom 1.00-C) ;, .920 a+ mo .9m .9 m, a« w 110 m .ma g, .800 x� mo mr x« m, am x„ 130 1.=o x01 !7 .840 .7 !+ s7 wi G, am a+ !m gm .moo !a mm x« 160 a wG G, .390 a Ro .9m .9 m, &m .9 mo 1.000 coo !s5 am a+ Go .9+ .9 G, .0 w;z 200 w« .tea RELATIVE r:7m: VOLTAGE mww AZIMUTH G N em, r , .Boo .6 , am 340 :q aae 300 22 .330 »39 22 5 mk .7z o 1.30 »99 m .mo .6 2 .Boo .640 24 .m, .6 250 s!o 2 255 a .792 260 .9 m 1.02 265 seo .960 271. 1.000 c «o im am .9 :m am .9 23 5 .0 392 2V0 a 2e6 vn mm x« 50 0 mm .6 A, .000 xao 310 s7 xe9 mm mm a 320 a+ xev 325 a 00 .640 si am x40 33 5 am .640 40 1.40 Job 34 .0 .792 350 .950 .902 355 300 .960 N EXHIBIT PAGE eNS» K2 E C ;e Kay DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 3 14 m £ g@ AT G, AZIMUTH m, 210 215 235 24m 255 260 265 275 :m :ea 290 310 »s ., / RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE mom; VOLTAGE POWER Glmm GAIN IN 0 .120 .0y , .GO »y 10 .mo »y 15 .100 .010 m .!m .010 _, .mo 3m _ mm m+ 7 me, ERG c .030 ma ;! 3m 3m .0 »+ .0 I(:)() . 0 .0 + »m mm a, mm »m 70 .020 ERG z, .0111 .0 m mm .mo es .0 : m .0 .00:3 9s x60 »G mo &;e - m, &40 .0 wo sm .1 a, ym .yo 00 .,m .250 125 am .moo ao am x q, 3 .9s yo a 3G G! .qo am !m &m a« !« am am Go 1.000 1.00o as .moo a60 170 am ar w, am .00 mo m!o «G ±! .7 .,r mo am x 195 xm wm 200 .500 .250 AZIMUTH m, 210 215 235 24m 255 260 265 275 :m :ea 290 310 »s ., / RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE mom; GAIN GAIN 400 aao .320 .1 .240 . m .Go .020 x+ .0 .05(-) ` .0 m« .002 .020 .000 .0 /\/ .020 .000 . 0 .0 »m .0 »+ .0 I(:)() . 10 loo iG .mo »q .yo »!e zm aG am ERG .120 .0111 .120 m!« a30 .0 a40 »m a+ m17 zm »G &m m!« EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 7 REDCLIFF K10HG K12CH DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 14 3 m 5 -L YAGI (Channels 7 -13) RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 0 .130 r . 017 5 .120 .014 10 .110 .012 15 .110 .012 20 .100 .pier 25 .oGO o06 30 , 050 . Ou -; :5 oil() .002 4u .020 _000 45 .020 .000 50 . o20 oo (-) 55 .020 .000 60 .020 .000 69 .020 .000 70 .020 .000 75 .020 r20 . 000 Gl r .040 .002 85 .100 '010 90 .180 .032 95 .280 .0 03 100 .400 .160 105 .500 .250 110 .570 .325 115 .660 r . 436 120 .740 .548 125 .820 .672 130 .090 .792 135 .950 .902 140 .970 .941 145 1.000 1.000 150 .970 .941 155 .950 .902 160 .890 .792 165 .820 r . 672 170 .740 .548 175 .660 40) 180 . 1 570 _25 185 .500 25i? 190 .400 r0 . 165 r VQ .280 .07:1 LUO .180 .032 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIh1 205 .100 .010 210 .040 .002 215 .020 .000 220 .020 .000 225 .020 .000. 2':0 .020 . 000 235 .020 . tiri0 240 .020 .000 245 .020 .goo 25u o20 .000 255 .040 .002 260 .050 .003 503 265 .020 r6 .006 270 .100 ,010 275 .110 .012 80 .110 .012 285 .120 .014 290 .130 .017 295 .140 .020 00 .140 1 . 02f 1 305 .150 .022 310 .160 .026 315 .170 .029 320 .18O .032 =25 .180 .032 530 .180 .032 335 .170 .029 340 .160 .026 345 .150 .022 350 .140 .020 55 .140 .02o tl N L C � m 5 EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 8 PTARMIGAN KO6GT DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 10L YAGIS AT 224., 287 RELATIVE RELATIVE: RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE- POWER VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 0 .140 .020 205 .690 .476 5 .140 .020 210 .760 .578 10 .150 .022 215 .810 .656 15 .150 .022 2 20 .350 .723 20 .170 .029 225 .860 .74o 25 .180 .032 230 .950 .723 30 .190 .036 2 35 .920 .846 35 .210 .044 240 .950 .902 40 .260 .068 245 .930 .865 45 .280 .078 250 .900 .960 50 .300 .090 255 1.000 1.000 55 .300 .09i) 260 .980 .960 60 .3 00 .090 265 .930 .865 65 . 290 .00 270 .950 . 902 70 .290 .084 275 .92ci .846 75 .270 .073 280 .850 .723 so .290 .084 285 .860 .740 85 .290 .084. 290 .850 .723 90 .300 .09i; 295 .310 .656 95 .300 .090 300 .760 .573 100 .300 .090 305 .690 .476 105 .280 .073 310 .610 .372 110 .260 .068 315 .520 .270 115 .210 .044. 320 .410 .168 120 .190 .036 325 .270 .073 125 .130 .032 330 .220 .048 130 .170 .029 335 .140 .020 135 .150 .022 340 .080 .006 140 .150 .022 345 .100 .010 145 .140 „020 350 .120 .014 150 .140 .022) 355 .130 .017 155 .130 .017 160 .120 .011 165 .100 .oIC) 170 .080 .006 .. 175 .140 .020 100 . 220 .003 135 .270 .073 190 .410 .168 195 .520 .270 200 .610 .372 • Y EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 9 PTARMIGAN K08CJ DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 10L YAGIS AT 100, 2S6 RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN CAII\I AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 0 .220 .048 205 .660 .462 5 .210 .044 210 .570 .325 10 .210 .044 215 .45o ,203 15 .190 .036 220 .350 .123 20 .200 .040 225 .230 .053 25 .190 .036 230 .190 .032 30 .130 .032 235 .180 .032 35 .160 .026 240 .230 .053 40 .140 .020 245 .150 .123 45 .120 . of 4. 250 .450 .203 50 .090 .003 255 .570 .325 55 .090 .000 260 .630 .462 60 .120 014 265 .700 .608 65 .140 .020 270 .860 .740 70 .160 .026 275 .920 .365 75 .100 .032 230 .980 .960 80 .190 .036 285 1.000 1.000 fly .200 .040 290 .980 .960 90 .190 .036 295 .930 .865 95 .210 .044. 300 .860 .740 1ti0 .210 .044 305 .800 .640 105 110 .220 210 .048 .044. 310 315 .710 .650 .504 .423 115 .210 .04/1 320 .550 .302 120 .200 .040 325 .470 .221 125 .240 ,058 330 350 123 130 .280 .073 335 .280 .073 135 .350 .123 340 .240 .058 140 .470 .221 345 .200 .040 145 .550 .302 350 .210 .044 150 .650 .42_+ 355 Y .210 .044 155 .710 .504 160 .800 .640 165 .860 .740 170 .930 .965 175 .980 .96 0 .. 180 185 1.000 .9611 1.000 .960 190 .930 .865 195 860 ,.740 200 .730 .602 EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 10 AVON K19CB K30BS K62CZ K64DD K66DA DEFSCrIPTTON OF ANTENNA PR450H AT 100 RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 0 5 .080 .080 .006- .006 205 210 .060 .070 .004 .005 10 . 060 . i )o4. 215 .080 .006 15 .060 .004 220 .080 .006 20 .060 .004 225 ,O80 .006 25 .060 , OO4. 2 30 .080 .006 30 .060 .004 235 .080 .006 35 .060 .004 240 .070 .005 40 .060 .Oo4 245 .060 004 45 .060 .O(M 250 .050 .003 50 .070 .005 2 55 .020 ,GIGO) 55 .070 .005 260 .020 .000 60 .070 .0015 265 .020 .000 65 .100 .010 2 70 .020 .00C) 70 .180 .032 275 .020 .000 75 .220 .048 280 .020 000 80 .400 .160 285 .020 000 85 .600 .360 290 .020 000 90 .800 .640 295 .020 .000 95 .940 .884 300 .020 .000 100 1.000 1. 000 30 .020 .000 105 .940 .00/1 310 .050 . 003 110 .800 .640 315 .060 .004 115 .600 .360 .320 .070 .005 120 .400 .160 3.25 .030 .006 125 .220 .048 330 .030 .006 130 .180 .032 335 .080 .006 135 .100 .00) i.0) .340 .080 . 006 140 .070 .005 345 .080 .006 145 .070 .005 35P .070 .005 150 .070 .005 355 ,060 ,004 155 .060 .004 160 .060 .004. 165 .060 .0011 170 .060 .00/1 175 .060 .004. .18O .060 X60 . 004 185 .060 .00.1 190 .060 .004 195 .080 .006 200 .080 .006 � I N EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 11 UPPER DOdD CHANNEL 30 DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 2 SCALA PR -450 AT 55, AND 275 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE RELATIVE RELATIVE GAIN GAIN VOLTAGE POWER .020 AZIMUTH BAIN GAIN 215 0 .120 .014 .140 5 .120 .01 .020 10 .120 .014 235 15 .140 020 .120 20 .100 .020 .040 25 .12i .014 255 30 .1:70 . 01.7 .610 35 ,150 ,022 .640 40 .150 .022 i22 275 45 .150 .022 .940 50 .180 .032 .640 55 .250 „O6 295 60 .280 .073 .270 65 .450 ..207.; .06' 70 .610 .372 315 75 .000 .640 .150 SO .940 .554 .022 55 1.0 00 1.000 335 90 940 .504 .120 95 .800 .64(-) .020 100 ,610 .372 355 105 .410 .165 110 .240 .058 115 .200 .040 120 .120 , 014 125 .120 .014 130 .130 .017 135 .140 .020 140 .140 .020 145 .lAO .02C; 150 .140 .020 155 .140 .020 160 .140 .020 165 .130 .017 170 .120 ,014 175 .140 .020 ISM .160 .026 155 .140 ,.020 190 .120 .014 195 . 130 .017 2 .140 .020 RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 205 .140 .020 210 .140 .020 215 .140 .02o 220 .140 .020 225 .140 .020 230 .130 .017 235 .120 .014 240 .120 .014 245 .200 .040 250 .240 .053 255 .410 .160 260 .610 .372 265 .800 .640 270 .940 . Bait 275 1.000 1 . 000 200 .940 B54 255 .800 .640 290 .610 .372 295 .440 .194 300 .270 .07 i77 305 .250 .06' 310 .1BO ,032 315 .150 .022 20 .150 .022 325 .150 .022 30 .140 . 020 335 .130 .017 340 .120 .014 45 .140 .020 350 .140 .020 355 .120 .014 3 RM EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 12 LAKE CREEK CHANNEL 5 DESCRIPTION OF ANTENNA 51_ YAGI AT 245 RELATIVE RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER VOLTAGE POWER GAIN AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 210 .550 .302 :215 .640 .410 220 .720 .518 lip .100 .010 230 15 .120 .014 .960 20 .120 .014 .960 5 .120 .014 250 30 .120 .014 .960 35 .120 0& .774 40 .120 .014 270 45 .120 .0111 .640 50 .120 , ol-1 .302 55 .130 .017 290 60 .130 )1.7 .017 .230 65 .140 .020 .026 70 .130 „017 310 75 .130 .017 .040 80 ..120 ,014 .001 85 020 .014 30 90 ,120 .014 .020 95 .120 .014 .000 100 .120 .01 350 105 .120 .014 .040 110 .120 .014 115 .120 .014 120 ..100 .010 125 .080 .006 130 .050 .00: 135 .040 .002 140 .020 ,000 145 .020 .000 150 .020 ,000 155 .020 i00 .000 160 .020 .000 165 .02C .000 170 .030 .001 175 .040 .002 ISO .060 185 .140 .00 .020 190 .160 X26 .026 195 .280 .078 200 .340 .13C) RELATIVE RELATIVE VOLTAGE POWER AZIMUTH GAIN GAIN 205 .450 .203 210 .550 .302 :215 .640 .410 220 .720 .518 2 .010 .656 230 .980 .774 235 .960 .922 240 .980 .960 245 1.0 00 1.000 250 .980 .960 255 .960 .922 260 .830 .774 265 .810 .656 270 .720 .51B 275 .640 .410 280 .550 .302 285 .450 .203 290 .360 .130 295 .230 .078 300 .160 .026 305 .140 .020 310 .060 .004 315 .040 .002 320 .030 .001 25 .020 WOO 30 .020 .000 335 .020 .000 340 .020 .000 345 .020 ,00i 350 .020 .000 355 .040 .002 j A EXHIBIT 5 IS IN THE SECOND VOLUME OF THIS REPORT EXHI 5 IS TH 1: 100,000 SCALE MAP AND CO OVERLAYS m EAGLE COUNTY TV TRAN ` ,TOR STATIONS FEEDS OF RECORD EXHIBIT 7 NOVEMBER, 1988 04 A A K07DB I(1 DOG K13DE K65AK (57) K81 8H (59) K02BL K04BG - 7 UWNER OF RECORD ORIGINATING EAGLE CALL SIGN LOCATION LICENSEE EAGLE STATION FED FROM K02FX BOND -McCOY BOND Pic COY TV ASSN KUSA - 9 DERBY MESA KMGH - 7 K06GT AVON TOWN K09GB K13DK BOND -Mc COY BOND NcCOY TV ASSN KCNC - 4 DERBY HESA - 4 SUNLIGHT EAGLE EAGLE VALLEY K05BJ K05BJ DERBY PiESA, UPPER COLO RIVER TV ASSN KCNC - 4 CASTLE K09GB DERBY I4ESA UPPER COLD RIVER TV ASSN KUSA - 9 RADIUM KKNGH - 7 K13DE (KREMMLING) K12EF DOTSERO UPPER. COLO RIVER TV ASSN KMGH - 7 K07DB K07DB I(1 DOG K13DE K65AK (57) K81 8H (59) K02BL K04BG EAGLE MINTURN MINTURN EAGLE VALLEY TV ASSN TOWN OF MINTURN TOWN OF HINTURN K06BIl MINTURN KlOHG REDCLIFF TOWN OF MINTURN TOWN OF REDCLIFF KRMA - 6 SUNLIGHT Ki%iGH - 7 K07DB OF REDCLIFF EAGLE KUSA EAGLE EAGLE EAGLE VALLEY TV CORP KMGH - 7 RADIUM AVON EAGLE KMGH - 7 K06GT AVON TOWN (KREf;ML I NG ) EAGLE EAGLE VALLEY TV CORP KCNC - 4 SUNLIGHT EAGLE EAGLE VALLEY TV CORP KUSA - 9 SUNLIGHT EAGLE EAGLE VALLEY TV CORP KWGN - 2 SUNLIGHT EAGLE MINTURN MINTURN EAGLE VALLEY TV ASSN TOWN OF MINTURN TOWN OF HINTURN K06BIl MINTURN KlOHG REDCLIFF TOWN OF MINTURN TOWN OF REDCLIFF KRMA - 6 SUNLIGHT Ki%iGH - 7 K07DB OF REDCLIFF EAGLE KUSA - 9 K13DE REDCLIFF KO8CJ EAGLE KCNC - 4 K10DG K19CB AVON EAGLE KMGH - 7 K06GT AVON TOWN PTARMIGAN KCNC - 4 K08CJ TO.-TN OF PTARMIGAN KMGH - 7 DENVER KCNC - 4 DENVER KWGN - 2 SUNLIGHT KRMA - 6 SUNLIGHT KCNC - 4 SUNLIGHT KUSA - 9 SUNLIGHT KKNGH - 7 K13DE EAGLE K12CH REDCLIFF TOWN OF REDCLIFF K06GT PTARMIGAN TOWN OF REDCLIFF KO8CJ PTARMIGAN TOWN OF REDCLIFF K19CB AVON TOWN OF AVON K30BS AVON TOWN OF AVON K62CZ AVON TO.-TN OF AVON K64DD AVON TOWN OF AVON K66DA AVON TOWN OF AVON EiaT [Fri _;c. ELEVATION DATA FROM M, � �._ „, 30 —SEC TERRAIN DATA B E TERRAI„-rROFILE GRAPH ` Azimuth 55.9 EXHIBIT sn SUNLIGHT PEAK TO EAGLE SIT AVON JOB NOVEMBER 1988 SUNLIGHT TO EAGLE 39:25:45.00 107:23:,^.0.00 10800 10700 — — CM15 - or of Radiation: 107O2.CJ ft HSL ( 37S1.58 _ ft AAT) 10600 _ 10500 SUNLIGH 10400 10300 10200 - - - - - - - - - - ----- -- - - - - -- 10100 _ 10000 EAGLE` 9900 9800 9700 9600 -- — — — — - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -j 9500 _ ---- ___ —_ `�- 9400 _ J 9300 v 9200 M: 9100 9000 - -- - - -- -- - - - - - - - - - - 0 8900 -- --- --- - - � BB00 - � 8700 c 8600 8500 _Z; 8400 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - > 8300 _ - - _ _ _ 8200 8100 8000 n 7900 ✓ 7800 _- - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -- 7700 7600 7500 7400 7300 7200 - - 7100 - _ - - 7000 6900 6800 6700 6600 --------------- 6500 - -- '— —_ — 6400 6300 6200 6100 5900 1.307canth - '- - - - - -� -- — — — _ — — — — — — — — — — 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 39 Distance from Site (mi) EiaT [Fri _;c. ELEVATION DATA FROM M, � �._ „, 30 —SEC TERRAIN DATA B E TERRAI PROFILE GRAPH Azlnuth 226.1 RADIUM (KREMMLING) TO EAGLE EXHIBIT 8B AVON JOB NOVEMBER 1988 40:00:05.00 106:26:31.00 10000 9900 RADIUM (KREMMLING) EAGLE 9800 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9700 - - - - - - - - - - - - -- 3000 9500 --'�- 9400 - - n cr pf�2adlat}cni -5 :;3.u'. FE�;SC T (57740 't'nt1T1 9300 - 9200 u- �- 9100 M - - - - - - - .- - ._ - - _ - - _ - _ - - - - -. ..� - .- - � Cr Vll > 6800 6700 0 8600 - --- •-- - - - - -- _ .- 8500 ____ - -- > 8400 63"0 8200 _ - - __ - - M 79-00 7 700 7700 --- - - - __ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7WO 7500 7400 7300 - - - - - - , - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - - -__- - -_- __- - 7200 7100 7000 6 0 1. 333urt4 .aadIutr- --- ------------ - - - -- - -- `°. � 1 + 1'TI 1 1 1 1 - 1 IT(�' - 1 1 1 ' '-I- - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Distance from Site (mi) ELEVATION DATA FROM € r cCI F i 30 -SEC TERRAIN DATA BASE �� e N 10800 10600 10400 10200 10000 9800 9600 9400 9200 9000 8800 8600 -1 8400 s 6200 v 6000 o 7800 ¢ 7600 c 7400 . 7200 q 7000 v 6800 w 6600 6400 6200 6000 5800 5600 5400 5200 5000 4800 : 4600 4400 4200 4000 3600 3600 3400 i J ul tLrs - -------------- -- 3200 — — — — -- _ i F- f- -i--{ Distance from Site ( '- 0 2 4 6 8 10 m 14 t fi 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 3G 38 mi) x TERRA l lq' PROFILE GRAPH Azimuth 67.3 EXHIBIT 8C rAV NLIGHT PEAK TO AVON SITE IBELL'ACHE) J OB EMBER 1988 39:25:45.00 107:23:00.00 Center of Rad)atfcn: 10702.00 rt I.(SL ( 3857.45 ft AAT) — ---------------- — — — — SUNti G'rff - P , — — _ �-A� -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — - - — -- — — — - - r - - - - -- ELEVATION DATA FROM 30 —SEC TERRAI;t D.`t'[A LASE 40 ��arfsch:i c. NA 10900 10800 10700 10600 10500 10400 10300 10200 10100 10000 9900 9800 9700 9600 �+ 9500 9400 —� 9300 9200 9100 9000 0 8900 8800 8700 0 8600 - 8500 a 8400 > 8300 °! 8200 w 8100 8000 7900 7800 7700 7600 7500 7400 7300 7200 7100 7000 6900 6800 6700 6600 6500 6400 6300 6200 6100 6000 5900 I TERRI PROFILE GRAPH Azimuth 73.8 SUNLIGHT PEAK TO UPPER DOPiD AVON JOB NOVEMBER 1988 39:25:45.00 107:23:00.00 SUNLIGHT PEAK _ Center of Radlatlon: 10702.00 ft EXHIBIT 8D ( 3896.70 =! -.AT) �`— — — UPPER DOAD i n9 1.3D7- e — a r r _r h r 1 a �`jt' ' -1 +TF T 'TTTTT +++-+ �. "'�'I"'} -+ +'.'{'�"�.. ++-H' 'l TT - +++++ -{" 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 10 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 Distance from Site (mi' ELEVATION DATA FROM 30 -SEC TERRAIN DATA BASE HarTeth:inc. i.aw. canm n^�.m A C � 10200 10100 10000 9900 9800 9700 9600 9500 9400 8300 c 9200 :�E 9100 a) 0 9000 8900 a 8800 8700 > 8600 C) 8500 8400 8300 8200 8100 8000 7900 7800 7700 7600 7500 7400 7300 7200 7100 TERRAIN PROFILE GRAPH Azimuth 96.3 I AVON IBELLYAOHEI TO UPPER DOti AVON JOB NOVEWBER 1988 39:39:20.00 106:40:39.00 ELEVATION DATA FROM :O =C TERRAIN CAT.`, PASE EXHIBIT 8E uaorn nn•11 e'lu'C�BCII�L2:. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Distance from Site (mi) TERRAIN PROFILE GRAPH EXHIBIT 8F Aziruth '52.1 UPER DOkD TO REDCLIFF AVON JOB NOYE)(BER 19fl6 39:38:08.00 106:26:46.00 10400 UPPER DOFD REDCLIFF 10300 ----- - - - - -- -- -- - -- -- - -- - - - - -- -- 10200 10100 Center of RL.'.Iaticn: 1000'.00 ft NSL ( 846.7S ft AAT) 10000 - - - - ---- - - - - - - - •- - - - - - - - - - - -- -- 9900 9800 '�- 9700 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - � - --�- --j 9600 ti 9500 I1` 0 9400 - - - - - - - - - - - - - C: 9300 o 9200 m 9100 --- - - - - -- -- -- - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - w 9000 j 8900 8800 - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - 8700 6600 8500 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- --------------- - -- 8400 8300 8200 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8100 8000 7900 1.307 earth tadjun -- - � 1 - — °_ - r 0 1 2 3� 4 5 6 7 8 S Distance from Site (ml) Har►eth:i:ic. ELEVATION DATA FROM 30 -`-;EC TEEW N DATA BA; . TERRA'rN PROFILE GRAPH Azimuth 119.9 AVON (BELLYACHE) TO REDCLIF AVON JOB NOVE}L�2 1988 11 A A 10700 10600 10500 10400 10300 10200 10100 10000 9900 9800 9700 J qGM 9500 > 9400 9300 9200 -°— 9100 9000 8x30 8"600 6770 8600 8500 8400 . 6300 8200 8100 8000 7500 7800 7700 7600 7500 7400 7300 1.307 earth ra( -p,_ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Distance from Site W) 39:39:20.00 106:40:39.00 AVON (BELLYACHE) EXHIBIT 8G REDCLIFF -- - - - - - - - - - - --- - - - - - — rent�aL ai: - ! i _____ 5_.5 ft n•:J — — — — — — - -I— — - - - ` - -I -- - - - - -- - - - - - - C - -- -- - - - - - - - -- I - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - �L - - - - -- — — — — — — — — — — — -- — — -I - / - -- �-f - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30 SEC DATA BASE 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 HQrTec � &.CEO TERRAIN PROFILE GRAPH Azimuth 109.6 EXHIBIT 8N EAGLE TO UPPER DOtt AVON JOB NOVEHBER 1988 39:44:01.00 106:48:04.00 UPPER DOWD 10100 10000 _ �__ - -�' -- 9900 EAa.E _ 9800 er O Rndloticn: r^ % - 9700 — — (.. 3 £ ' :,.,Tl — 96DO 9500 9400 — 9300 ------------------ 9200 9100 cn 9000 RaDO -- -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — � 8800 - - -- C 8700 B600 8500 -- __-------- - -_. -- _ —_— _� 8400 J 8300 V �l 8200 8100 ------- - -...- -- ----- - - - - -- - - - -- � - - - — — — — — - - 8000 C 7900 7800 7700 — — — — — — — --------------- 7600 7500 7400 7300 — — — — — — — — — - — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 7200 7100 7000 6900 1.307enrth ------------------- 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Distance from Site (mi) ;iar[ech;:.^ . ro a. es ELEVATION DATA FROM 30 -SEC TERRf, I N i:A T :5 BASE- 10200 10100 10000 9900 9800 9700 9600 9500 9400 J 9300 .:c 9200 .n 9100 C C: 9000 :J C c>,• 8800 8700 80600 F100 9400 C 6300 8200 8100 Ko0 7900 7800 7700 - 7600 - 7500 1.307 certh rndlus 0 1 2 Distance from Site (mi) TERRAIN CRAPE1 Az- i -muth - 253.5 UPPER OOMD TO LAK7CR AVON JOB NOVEMBER 1988 EXHIBIT 8I UPPER DOND 39:38:08.00 106:26:46 -00 UPPER DOM 084.00 ft Y,SL — — C — — — f adlutic1: 8954.00: :; ( 1655.14 ft AAT) -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — --------------------- — — — -- — - C.rCrE- CREEK- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — I— — — — — A — — — — — — — — — — — • • — — — — — — — — — — I — — — — — 1' — — — - -- r--------- •---------- -7 - - - - -- /— — - - — - - — — - - .-- — — — — — — — — -- ------------- ;-- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ELEVATION DATA FROH 33 -SEC TEI;:;:: P_.:1T:, E . 3 4 5 6 7 B Harieclii:;c. ro eP ee y .:..M cooxo een EXHIBIT 9 A STANDARD TRANSLATOR EOUIPMENT LIST FOR AVON JOB TTC TRANSLATORS VHF TVB -1 1 WATT 3150.00 VHF TVB- 1 /TVF -10 10 WATT 5450.00 VHF XL100VV - 100 WATT 16280.00 UHF TL1UU - I WATT 4395.00 UHF XL1000 - 10 WATT 9550.00 UHF XL2000 - 20 WATT 10450.00 UHF UUST - 106A - 100 WATT 14750.00 UHF XLlOOODU - 1 KW 47125.00 SCALA ANTENNAS VHF CHAN 2 -6 HDCA -5 5L YAGI 230.00 VHF CHAN 7 -13 HDCA -5 5L YAGI 210.00 VHF CHAN 2 -6 HDCA -10 IOL YAGI 310.00 VHF CHAN 7 -13 HDCA -10 IOL YAGI 240.00 UHF OMM SLOT SL -8 4400.00 UHF PARAFLECTOR PR45OU 550.00 COMBINING FILTERS - AVAILABLE CABLE HARNESSES - AVAILABLE POWER SPLITTERS - AVAILABLE ROHN TOWER 20 FOOT GUYED STUB INSTALLED 400.00 50 FOOT GUYED TOWER, INSTALLED 5000.00 ANDREW CONCRETE SHELTERS 8' X 10' SHELTER 8' X 12' SHELTER. 5953.00 6830.00 COSTS MATIN'G SITE WATT TRANLATOR 3150.00 100 WATT I 1 TRANSLATOR 14250.00 5L VHF YAGI ANTENNA 220.00 IOL VHF YAGI ANTENNA 325.00 PR -45OU PARAFLECTOR 550.00 20 FOOT GUYED STUB TOWER 400.00 50 FOOT GUYED TOWER 5000.00 8 X 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.00 a t" EXHIBIT 10 - PAGE 1 TOTAL 24330.00 DERBY MESA AR EAGLE COUNTY TRANSLATOR SITE DEVELOPMENT - COST ESTIMATES NOVEIMBER, 1988 ASSUMPTIONS (1) EACH SITE WILL HAVE FIVE LIKE TRANSLATORS. 1 (2) OLD SITES REQUIRE NEW SHELTERS. 400.00 (3) OLD SITES REQUIRE NEW POWER HEADS. NEW POWER HEAD (4) OLD SITES WILL REQUIRE NEW ANTENNAS. C 3 (5) OLD SITES WILL REQUIRE NEW TOWERS. 9450.00 (6) PRESENT TRANSLATORS WILL OPERATE FOR SEVERAL 10L TAGI ANTENNAS (T) YEARS AND WILL BE INITIALLY UTILIZED. 5 (7) NEW SITES MILL REQUIRE A FULL COMPLEMENT 1100.00 OF NEW TRANSLATORS AND ANTENNAS MISC. COAX, TABLE, ETC. (8) AVON, AND UPPER DOWD WILL UTILIZE TOWERS AR AND SHELTERS PROVIDED BY SITE OWNERS 2000.00 (9) THE COUNTY WILL FULLY DEVELOP THE LAKE C CREEK SITE (10) LAKE CREEK SITE HAS POWER AVAILABLE SITES QUANITY EQUIPMENT AND LABOR REQUIRED ESTIMATE McCOY -BOND AR LICENSING OF 3 TRANSLATORS 3000.00 1 8 X 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.00 1 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 AR NEW P014ER HEAD 250.00 3 NEW 1 WATT TRANSLATORS 9450.00 5 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (T) 1100.00 5 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (R) 1100.00 AR MISC. COAX, TABLE, ETC. 200.00 AR INSTALLATION & TEST 2000.00 TOTAL 24330.00 DERBY MESA AR LICENSING OF 3 TRANSLATORS 3000.00 1 8 Y, 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.00 1 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 AR NEW POWER HEAD 250.00 C 3 NEW 1 WATT TRANSLATORS 9450.00 5 10L TAGI ANTENNAS (T) 1625.00 5 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (R) 1100.00 AR MISC. COAX, TABLE, ETC. 200.00 AR INSTALLATION & TEST 2000.00 TOTAL 24855.00 DOTSERO AR LICENSING OF 4 TRANSLATORS 4000.00 1 8 X 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.00 1 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 AR NEW POWER HEAD 250.00 4 NEW 1 WATT TRANSLATORS 12600.00 5 IOL YAGI ANTENNAS (T) 1625.00 5 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (P,) 1100.00 AR MISC. COAX, TABLE, ETC. 300.00 AR INSTALLATION & TEST 2500.00 TOTAL 29605.00 EXHIBIT 10 - PAGE 2 EAGLE AR 1 1 AR 12 5 AR AR LICENSING OF 2 TRANSLATORS 2000.00 8 X 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.OG 50 FOOT GUYED TOWER 5000.00 NE14 POWER HEAD 250.00 IOL STACKED (4) YAGI ANTENNAS (T) 3900.00 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (R) 1100.00 MISC. COAX„ BENCH, ETC. 400.00 INSTALLATION A TEST 3000.00 TOTAL 22480.00 I'INTURN AR AR 1 3 6 3 AR AR LICENSING OF 2 TRANSLATORS 2000.00 REFURBISHING OF PRESENT BLDG. 1000.00 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 NEW 1 WATT TRANSLATORS 9450.00 5L STACKED (2) YAGI ANTENNAS (T) 1320.00 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (R) 660.00 MISC. COAX, BENCH, ETC. 400.00 INSTALLATION AND TEST 2000.00 TOTAL 17230.00 PTARMIGAN AR LICENSING 3 TRANSLATORS 3000.00 OR 1 8 X 12 FOOT SHELTER 6830.00 REDCLIFF 1 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 AR POWER HEAD 250.00 3 NEW 1 WATT TRANSLATORS 9450.00 6 5L STACKED (2) YAGI ANTENNAS (T) 1320.00 3 5L YAGI ANTENNAS (R) 660.00 AR MISC. COAX, BENCH, ETC. 400.00 AR INSTALLATION AND TEST 2000.00 TOTAL 24310.00 AVON SHELTER, TOWER, POWER, ETC. PROVIDED BY SITE OWNER 5 100 WATT UHF TRANSLATORS 73750.00 5 PP, -450U PARAFLECTOR ANTENNAS (T) 2750.00 5 PR -45OU PARAFLECTORS ANTENNAS (R) 2750.00 AR COAXIAL CABLE, ETC. 1500.00 AR INSTALLATION AND TEST 5000.00 85750.00 UPPER DOWD AR LICENSING OF 5 TRANSLATORS 10000.00 SHELTER, TOWER, POWER, ETC. TO BE PROVIDED BY SITE OWNER 5 100 WATT UHF TRANSLATORS 73750.00 10 PR -45OU PARAFLECTOR ANTENNAS (T) 5500.00 5 PR -45OU PARAFLECTOR ANTENNAS (R) 2750.00 / (` AR AR COAXIAL CABLE, ETC. INSTALLATION AND TEST 1500.00 5000.00 TOTAL 98500.00 EXHIBIT 10 - PAGE 3 LAKE CREEK AR LICENSING OF 5 TRANSLATORS 5000.00 1 8 X 10 FOOT SHELTER •6830.00 1 20 FOOT STUB TOWER 400.00 AR POWER HEAD 250.00 5 1 WATT VHF TRANSLATORS 15750.00 5 5L YA.GI ANTENNAS (T) 1100.00 5 PP, -4500 PARAFLECTOR ANTENNAS (R) 2750.00 AR iMISC. COAX, BENCH, ETC. 400.00 AR INSTALLATION AND TEST 3000.00 TOTAL 35480.00 IN ADDITION YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE ABOUT 50% OF THE PRESENT TRANSLATORS WITHIN THE FIRST FEW YEARS OF OPERATION. THIS WILL BE APPROXIMATELY SIX 1 WATT UNITS, AT $3250, APPROXIMATELY $18,500 I 3 EXHIBIT 11 EAGLE COUNTY TRANSLATOR SITE DEVELOPMENT - COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY NOVEMBER 1988 SITES McCOY BOND DERBY MESA DOTSERO EAGLE MINTURN PTARMIGAN REDCLIFF AVON UPPER DO11D LAKE CREEK REPLACEMENT COST ESTIMATE Uii'i 24330.00 24855.00 29605.00 22480.00 17230.00 24310.00 24310.00 85750.00 98500.00 35480.00 18900.00 TOTAL 405750.00 20% CONTINGENCY 81150.00 TOTAL ESTIMATE 486900.00 C4 A ILI EXHIBIT 12 AVON JOB - ESTIMATED ANNUAL MAINTENANCE COSTS FOR SYSTEM NOVEMBER 1988 TECH SITE SPARES LEASING POWER LABOR TOTAL BOND -NcCOY 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 DERBY MESA 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 DOTSERO 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 EAGLE 3725.00 1200.00 600.00 3600.00 9125.00 HINTURN 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 REDCLIFF 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 PTARMIGAN 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400.00 5535.00 *AVON 7375.00 6000.00 P/0 LEASE 4800.00 18175.00 *UPPER D014D 7375.00 6000.00 P/0 LEASE 4800.00 18175.00 *LAKE CREEK. 1575.00 1200.00 360.00 2400. 5535.00 TOTALS 29500.00 2 1600.00 3 120.00 30000.00 84220.00 NOTES: (1) SPARES BASED UPON 10% OF TRANSLATOR COSTS (2) LEASING - PURE GUESSTIMATE - MUST BE NEGOTIATED WITH SITE OWNERS (3) TECHNICIAN - ONE PERSON FULL TINE - S3000O /YEAR * TOTALLY NEI-1 SITES. ALL OTHER SITES 'n ILL HAVE ONE TO FOUR NEH TRANSLATORS. EXHIBIT F Letters from Neil Van Gaalen Dated February 5, 1989 and February 9, 1989 re: Description of Facilities and Related Capital Costs A 26 g i February 5, 1989 Town of Avon P.O. Box 975 Avon Colorado 81620 Attn: Norman Wood I have attached separately a Cost breakdown for your proposed translator system. Please note that the pricing comes from the latest TTC price list (attached). The solar power pricing comes from a quote a year ago for a solar power supply for the Microwave system at Corona Pass and should be reasonably close for budget purposes. I have addressed each site separately and hopefully this will be what you need for this week and I would follow up the latter part of the week with more detailed engineering data to back up this first part. After studying the hartech report I find it contradicts itself on the HAAT (height above average terrain), Mr Ellis states one elevation in exhibit 1 and Jim Hart specifies a different HAAT elevation in exhibits 8, The reason I bring this to your attention is the FCC requires that Grade A and Grade B contours be run using the 50 -50 charts and HAAT the higher the HAAT the larger the area the Grade A and B contours will cover, for a margin of safety I will recheck pertinent contours using the lower elevations in exhibit 1. In the cost break down for each site under the item Misc, This covers such smaller items such as transmission lines, connectors,electric wire, ect. Relative to licensing of the system I believe it would not be possible to obtain licenses for VHF therefor I have specified UHF translators most of the system with the exception being Redcliff. Sincerly `- z 0 XWQ: Neil Van Gaalen A I r� L 54 CASTLE PEAK This is the head end for your system and while it would be ideal to have all of the channels UHF it would no doubt cause public relations problems to change the existing VHF channels to UHF therefore I would suggest you keep your present channel configuration utilizing 3 VHF channels and 2 UHF channels. The suggested changes would be that the 2 present UHF channels be upgraded to 100 watt solid state units and a new Bogner antenna with a 220 degree horizontal radiation pattern and 8 degrees vertical beamwidth at the half power point. For the VHF I would suggest each channel have a separate 1.0 watt amplifier directed at dowd Junction all translators would be equipped with anti distortion circuits. A larger receiving dish would be utilized to improve signal reception from Sunlight Peak. A new masonry building should be constructed to house the equipment. DOWD JUNCTION This site would require 5 new 100 watt solid state translators each translator would have anti distortion circuits installed. Antennas directed toward Vail and Avon would be Scala PR 450U in the direction of Minturn a Scala parapanel would be utilized. The lower Dowd site was selected because it will better serve west Vail. PTARMIGAN The only purpose this site serves is to supply Redcliff translators, other means of supplying Redcliff Translators are planned allowing this discontinued. signals for the signals for the site to be REDCLIFF For a signal input source to serve this site a location on top of the ridge to the northwest of the translator site would be selected that will allow line of site reception from Castle Peak. A antenna system would used to receive the signals and transmit them via coaxial cable down the mountain to the Redcliff translator site, Additional translators would be added to make up the full 5 channel package. X I N LAKE CREEK Utilizing the site Hartech selected the service area is small the Ideal equipment would . - be 5 one watt UHF translators these units only require 25 watts of power each for a total of 125 watts wich can easily be supplied with a solar system, Antennas would be parapanels by Scala. EAST VAIL SITE It is my understanding that this site will also use solar power due to the need to transmit in 2 directions, requiring a 50- 50 power split a 1 watt translator would not be enough the suggested equipment would be 10 watt UHF translators, my estimate on solar power needs would be about 300 watts for 5 units. The purpose of this site will be to serve east Vail and parts of west Vail that are shaded from Dowd Junction Site. Antennas would be Scala PR 450 U. MINTURN This site will probably not be needed to serve Minturn as the Dowd Junction will serve Minturn, I would suggest the 3 VHF channels at minturn be left on the air for several months that will allow the public to adapt to the Dowd Site. A A V M M NN L CASTLE PEAK 2- XL 100UU 100watt translators each 24,250 total 48,500 1- combining filter 11 2,850 2,850 1- bogner UHF antenna it 12,370 12,370 1- 50 ft rohn 45 tower (installed) 4,000 1- 8 ft rec dish 2,600 2,600 9- 10 element yagi VHF antennas 240 2,160 1- surge protector 1,595 1,595 1- 10x16 masonry bldg (installed) 9,000 9,000 Misc 2,500 labor to install electronic equip 2,500 3- 10 watt VHF amplifiers 2,450 7,3 total 95,425 DOWD JUNCTION 5- XL 100 UU 100 watt translators 24,250 121,250 10- PR 450 U antennas 550 5,550 5- parapanel antennas 500 2,500 2- rohn 45 30 ft towers 2,500 5,000 1- 8 ft UHF rec dish 2,600 2,600 1- 10 element yagi rec, antenna 240 240 5- power dividers PD -3 135 675 2- preamplifiers 300 600 1- surge protector 1,595 1,595 1- masonry bldg 10x12 (installed) 8,000 8,000 Misc 3,000 3,000 labor to install electronic equip. __3000 - total 154,010 REDCLIFF 3- UTVB translators 1 watt VHF 3,290 9,870 3- 10 element yagis 240 720 1- 8 ft rec dish 2,600 2,600 1- 10 element yagi (R) 240 240 2- preamplifiers 300 600' 1- 50 ft rohn 45 tower (installed) 4,000 4,000 2- inline amplifiers 275 550 2,000 ft coaxial cable 4,000 4,000 2- splitters 135 270 Misc 2,000 labor to install 8,000 1- surg protector 825 $25_ total 33,675 A 9 3 g SUMMARY CASTLE PEAK DOWD JUNCTION REDCLIFF LAKE CREEK EAST VAIL LICENSE WORK_ total 95,420 154,010 33,675 62,900 104,725 - 10,.000 460,736 LAKE CREEK 5- UHF 1 watt translators each 4,490 total 22,500 5- parapanel antennas 500 2,500 1- solar power system (150 watt) 18,000 18,000 1- 8 ft rec dish 2,600 2,600 1- 8x8 masonry bldg (istalled) 6,000 6,000 1- preamplifier 300 300 1- 50 ft rohn 45 tower(installed) 4,000 4,000 Misc 3,000 labor to install __ - 4 L 000 total 62,900 Ic EAST VAIL 5- 10 watt UHF translators 9,990 49,950 10 PR 450U antennas 550 5,550 5- power dividers 125 .:625 1- solar power supply (300 watt) 29,000 29,000 1- 60 ft rohn 45 tower (installed) 5,000 5,000 1- 5 ft rec dish 800 800 1- preamplifier 300 300 1- 8x8 masonry bldg 6,000 6,000 Misc 3,500 labor to install 4,000 ----- 4 total 104,725 SUMMARY CASTLE PEAK DOWD JUNCTION REDCLIFF LAKE CREEK EAST VAIL LICENSE WORK_ total 95,420 154,010 33,675 62,900 104,725 - 10,.000 460,736 February 9, 1989 Town of Avon P.O. Box 975 Avon Colorado 81620 Attn: Norman Wood Attached is a brief evaluation of the contours that can be expected from the earlier cost estimate and equipment selection. CASTLE PEAK Please note the attached information on Bogner antennas, the antenna selection has a power gain of 16x with a 100 watt translator this would result in a ERP of 1,600 watts in comparing this with the present setup of 20 watts utilizing a Scala SL- 8 paraslot antenna with a power gain of 10x resulting in a ERP of 200 watts. As you can see this is a significant increase in in effective radiated power with the the Grade A contour being 17.7 miles and the Grade B at 27.7 miles, this should provide very good signal quality through out the Eagle area and to Dowd Junction on UHF. DOWD JUNCTION This calculation utilizes a 33- 33 -33- three way power split with identical power levels and antennas going to Vail and Avon, this shows the Grade -A at 9.9 miles and the Grade -B at17.3 Miles this would be in either direction from Dowd and will provide good signal strength in Avon and Vail. The other 2 sites East; Vail and Lake Creek also look ok for the required service area. I have enjoyed helping you on this project and when the system is installed and in operation it will be a credit to your organization anal -he people of Eagle County. I also realize that until the election you have a shortage of funds,with respect to this I would be willing to donate any needed time on a consulting basis to help you keep your project on track until the election if you so desire. Sincerly a_w Neil Van Gaalen g s N KREMMLING This site is presently used by Eagle Valley T.V. to pick up the CBS channel 7 signals direct from Denver and relay them Via UHF translator to Castle Peak fof integration into the translator system to up grade this site would involve laying about 100 yards of electric cable (burial) rewire present building, insulate and put in floor.and in addition put metal sheeting on north and west side of building to protect from intense radiation from nearby aircraft radio beacon, present translator is about 5 years old and in excellent condition. 1- Sitco quad antenna 48 element $870.00 Burial power cable $350.00 Metal sheeting $400.00 Other building Supplies and labor $7000.00 Surge protector $825.00 20 Ft Tower Rohn 80 self supporting $3,500.00 Total for the site $12,945 It should be noted that the long term stability of the Sunlight Peak signals is questionable it may be well for you to consider alternate signal sources for the complete system feed such as Kremmling or I would strongly suggest that the Ptarmigan also be evaluated this coming summer. I would believe Mesa County would also be interested in a backup signal source. 3 N