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Federal Register: March 21, 2008 (Volume 73, Number 56)

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Part II

Federal Communications Commission

47 CFR Part 73

Advanced Television Systems and Their Impact Upon the Existing

Television Broadcast Service; Final Rule

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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 47 CFR Part 73

MB Docket No. 87-268; FCC 08-72

Advanced Television Systems and Their Impact Upon the Existing

Television Broadcast Service

AGENCY: Federal Communications Commission.

ACTION: Final rule.

SUMMARY: This document disposes of the petitions for reconsideration filed in response to the Seventh Report and Order in this digital television (``DTV'') Table of Allotments proceeding and also addresses the comments filed in response to the Eighth Further Notice of Proposed

Rule Making in this proceeding. This document finalizes the post- transition DTV table and provides all eligible stations with a channel for digital operation after the transition from analog to digital television in February 2009. This document makes several changes to the

DTV Table in response to petitions for reconsideration and comments and establishes in Appendix B the parameters for post-transition operation by television broadcasters.

DATES: Effective March 21, 2008.

ADDRESSES: You may submit comments, identified by MB Docket No. 87-268, by any of the following methods:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://www.regulations.gov.

Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Federal Communications Commission's Web Site: http:// www.fcc.gov/cgb/ecfs/. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

People with Disabilities: Contact the FCC to request reasonable accommodations (accessible format documents, sign language interpreters, CART, etc.) by e-mail: FCC504@fcc.gov or phone: 202-418- 0530 or TTY: 202-418-0432. For detailed instructions for submitting comments and additional information on the rulemaking process, see the

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section of this document.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For additional information on this proceeding, contact Kim Matthews of the Media Bureau, Policy Division,

(202) 418-2154.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This is a summary of the Commission's

Memorandum Opinion and Order on Reconsideration of the Seventh Report and Order and Eighth Report and Order (``MO&OR'') in MB Docket No. 87- 268, FCC 08-72, adopted March 3, 2008, and released March 6, 2008. The full text of this document is available for public inspection and copying during regular business hours in the FCC Reference Center,

Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street, SW., CY-A257,

Washington, DC 20554. These documents will also be available via ECFS

(http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/ecfs/). (Documents will be available electronically in ASCII, Word 97, and/or Adobe Acrobat.) The complete text may be purchased from the Commission's copy contractor, 445 12th

Street, SW., Room CY-B402, Washington, DC 20554. To request this document in accessible formats (computer diskettes, large print, audio recording, and Braille), send an e-mail to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the

Commission's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau at (202) 418-0530

(voice), (202) 418-0432 (TTY).

  1. Introduction 1. On August 6, 2007, we adopted a new, and final, Table of

    Allotments for digital television (``DTV'') providing all eligible stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition on

    February 17, 2009. Seventh Report and Order and Eighth Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making (Seventh R&O and Eighth FNPRM), Advanced

    Television Systems and their Impact Upon the Existing Television

    Broadcast Service, 22 FCC Rcd 15581 (2007) (Seventh R&O and Eighth

    FNPRM). The final DTV Table accommodates all eligible broadcasters, reflects to the extent possible the channel elections made by broadcasters, and is consistent with efficient spectrum use. The final

    DTV Table also establishes the channels and facilities necessary to complete the digital transition and ultimately will replace the existing DTV Table at the end of the DTV transition. The post- transition DTV Table will be codified at 47 CFR 73.622(i). The revisions to the post-transition table made herein are attached hereto in Appendix A. The current DTV Table, which is contained in 47 CFR 73.622(b), will become obsolete at the end of all authorized pre- transition DTV operations. The current NTSC Table, which is contained in 47 CFR 73.606(b), will become obsolete at the end of the transition, when all full-power analog operations must cease. The existing DTV

    Table continues to govern stations' DTV operations until the end of the

    DTV transition. This MO&OR resolves all petitions for reconsideration and related issues in connection with the final DTV Table of

    Allotments. 2. We received 124 timely filed petitions for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O reflecting 221 requests for action on individual stations. The vast majority of the petitions request specific changes to the DTV Table and/or Appendix B facilities. The DTV Table specifies a channel for each eligible full power broadcast television station.

    Appendix B sets forth specific technical facilities--ERP, antenna HAAT, antenna radiation pattern, and geographic coordinates--at which stations will be allowed to operate. Appendix B also includes information on service area and population coverage. In the MO&OR, we address these specific requests as well as several more general issues raised by some petitioners. In general, we have accommodated the requests made by petitioners for changes to the DTV Table and/or

    Appendix B to the extent possible consistent with the interference and other standards outlined in the Seventh Further Notice of Proposed Rule

    Making (Seventh FNPRM), 71 FR 66592, November 15, 2006 and the Seventh

    R&O in this proceeding. A large number of the petitions requested changes to Appendix B facilities to permit the station to use an existing analog antenna when the station returns to its analog channel for post-transition digital operations. We addressed and resolved 30 such requests that were raised during the comment period for the

    Seventh R&O. Where possible, we have made the revisions requested by these petitioners. We note, too, that the flexibility we recently adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order will provide many of the petitioners with the opportunity to request and receive the facilities they sought in this docket when the station files its application for authorization on its final, post-transition channel.

    Reliance on the application process for modifying facilities is consistent with the requests and preferences of several petitioners, as described, infra. We also note that when stations filed their petitions for reconsideration, they were unaware of the flexibility we would provide in the application process, and many filed to preserve their rights, while advocating for revision through the application process rather than by reconsideration. We also reiterate that requests for revisions to Appendix B in this docket, or for modifications in the application process, that are attempts to maximize beyond authorized post-transition facilities will not be granted at this time. However, as provided in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, stations will have the opportunity to request

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    expanded facilities later this year. See Third DTV Periodic Report and

    Order, Section V.E., para. 148. 3. In addition, we are adopting an Eighth Report and Order (Eighth

    R&O) herein addressing a number of revisions to the DTV Table and/or

    Appendix B proposed in the Eighth Further Notice of Proposed Rule

    Making (Eighth FNPRM). In the Eighth FNPRM, we sought comment on tentative channel designations (``TCDs'') for three new permittees and identified a number of other proposed revisions to the DTV Table and/or

    Appendix B advanced by commenters in either reply comments or late- filed comments to the Seventh FNPRM. In the Eighth R&O, we address comments received in response to the Eighth FNPRM.

    Third DTV Periodic Review 4. On December 22, 2007, the Commission adopted a Report and Order in the Third DTV Periodic Review proceeding. See Report and Order,

    Third Periodic Review of the Commission's Rules and Policies Affecting the Conversion to Digital Television, MB Docket No. 07-91, FCC 07-228

    (rel. Dec. 31, 2007) (``Third DTV Periodic Report and Order'') (73 FR 5634, Jan. 30, 2008). In the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, we adopted a number of procedures and rules changes designed to provide flexibility to broadcasters to ensure that they meet the statutory transition deadline and complete construction of their final, post- transition facilities. Among other things, we established construction deadlines for full-power television stations to construct their full, authorized post-transition (DTV Table Appendix B) facilities and decided that stations moving to a different channel for post-transition operation would not be required to construct or complete a digital facility on their pre-transition DTV channel. Specifically, the

    Commission established the following construction deadlines: (1) May 18, 2008 for stations that will use their pre-transition DTV channel for post-transition operations and already have a construction permit that matches their post-transition (DTV Table Appendix B) facilities;

    (2) August 18, 2008 for stations that will use their pre-transition DTV channel for post-transition operations, but which do not have a construction permit that matches their post-transition (DTV Table

    Appendix B) facilities; and (3) February 17, 2009 for stations building digital facilities based on a new channel allotment in the post- transition DTV Table and for stations facing a unique technical challenge, such as the need to reposition a side-mounted antenna, that prevents them from completing construction of their final DTV facilities before turning off their analog transmission. In addition, we announced our intent to lift the freeze on the filing of maximization applications on August 17, 2008, the date by which we expect to have completed processing stations' applications to build their post-transition facilities. Until this date, we will maintain our freeze and, except as discussed below, will not accept maximization applications to expand facilities. 5. We also adopted several policies in the Third DTV Periodic

    Report and Order designed to accommodate stations that apply for facilities that deviate to some extent from the facilities set forth in the Appendix B adopted herein. For example, we adopted a waiver policy that will permit rapid approval of minor (i.e., not exceeding 5 miles) expansion applications filed by stations that are moving to a different channel (e.g., their analog channel) for post-transition operation. Id.

    Specifically, we will permit stations to expand beyond their authorized service area where the station demonstrates that such expansion: (1)

    Would allow the station to use its analog antenna or a new antenna to avoid a significant reduction in post-transition service from its analog service area; (2) would be no more than five miles larger in any direction than their authorized service area, as defined by the post- transition DTV Table Appendix B; and (3) would not cause impermissible interference, i.e., more than 0.5 percent new interference, to other stations. We also stated that, while we generally will not permit more than 0.5 percent new interference, we will consider on a case-by-case basis allowing stations to cause additional new interference if stations can demonstrate that they need this additional flexibility to serve their analog viewers. Consistent with our existing rules, we will also consider on a case-by-case basis stations' negotiated interference agreements provided these agreements are consistent with the public interest. Id. This policy will allow added flexibility for stations that wish to use their existing analog channel antenna, and will help the transition process by reducing the demands on equipment suppliers and installation crews during a critical time as the transition deadline nears. As noted above, we received a number of petitions for reconsideration from stations seeking changes to the DTV Table and

    Appendix B to permit them to use their analog antenna when they return to their analog channel. The 5-mile waiver policy we adopted in the

    Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, in addition to the relief we grant herein, should provide significant relief to stations in this situation. In addition, with respect to evaluating interference in applications to construct post-transition facilities, we permitted stations a limit of 0.5 percent new interference in addition to that in the DTV Table Appendix B. This approach provides more flexibility than the interference standard proposed in the Third DTV Periodic Review

    NPRM, which would have permitted a total of 0.5 percent interference post-transition, rather than 0.5 percent interference in addition to existing interference reflected in DTV Table Appendix B. This added flexibility in the interference standard, together with the 5-mile waiver policy, should permit quick action on and approval of the vast majority of applications for the final DTV facilities adopted in the

    DTV Table and Appendix B herein. In the Third DTV Periodic Report and

    Order, we stated that stations should file their applications for post- transition facilities as soon as possible in order to have the maximum time to order equipment and build their facilities. We provided expedited processing (generally within 10 days) to stations whose applications demonstrate the following requirements: (1) The application does not seek to expand the station's facilities beyond its final post-transition DTV Table Appendix B facilities; (2) the application specifies facilities that match or closely approximate the

    DTV Table Appendix B facilities (i.e., if the station is unable to build precisely the facilities specified in DTV Table Appendix B, then it must apply for facilities that are no more than five percent smaller than its facilities specified in Appendix B with respect to predicted population); and (3) the application is filed within 45 days of the effective date of the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, which became effective January 30, 2008. Stations that filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O may receive expedited processing provided they file their applications within 45 days of the

    Commission's release of this Memorandum Opinion and Order on

    Reconsideration and otherwise qualify for expedited processing.

  2. Discussion

    1. General Issues 6. Most of the petitions for reconsideration filed in response to the Seventh R&O pertain to individual

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      station situations. We will discuss these petitions in detail below, grouped according to the nature of the request. However, a number of petitioners raised general issues, and we begin by discussing these petitions. 1. MSTV Petition for Reconsideration and Clarification 7. We grant in part and deny in part the Association for Maximum

      Service Television, Inc. (``MSTV'') Petition for Reconsideration and

      Clarification, which, along with several ex parte letters, urges the

      Commission to afford regulatory flexibility to stations to permit them to build post-transition facilities that will serve current viewers. We agree with many of the points raised by MSTV and have taken a number of steps in this proceeding and in the Third DTV Periodic Review proceeding to address their concerns. 8. MSTV argued in both this docket and the Third DTV Periodic

      Review that the Commission should entertain and grant stations' requests as part of the applications process rather than through the allotment process based on petitions for reconsideration of the Seventh

      R&O. We agree and grant their petition to the extent that many of the requests made by specific broadcasters can be addressed at the application stage and do not require adjustments to Appendix B.

      However, we are taking a two-pronged approach by both revising Appendix

      B in response to petitions for reconsideration, where appropriate, and providing significant flexibility in the Third DTV Periodic Review proceeding for applications for post-transition facilities. These two approaches together will permit stations to apply for post-transition facilities that match as closely as possible the facilities that the station has requested, is authorized to serve, and that reach current analog viewers without causing interference to other stations or violating the freeze. 9. MSTV is particularly concerned that the Commission provide flexibility to stations that are not currently on their final, post- transition channels with respect to antenna patterns, particularly those stations that want to use their current analog antennas for post- transition operation. MSTV argues that, as a technical matter, it can be difficult and in some cases impossible to build DTV facilities to operate on a new channel that will replicate the interim DTV antenna pattern, which is the pattern the Commission tried to replicate in the

      DTV Table Appendix B. In addition, MSTV states that many stations would like to use their analog antenna for their post-transition operations and this antenna may not be capable of replicating precisely the antenna pattern reflected in DTV Table Appendix B. MSTV also notes that, in light of these difficulties, many stations may have to reduce power significantly on the post-transition channel to shrink the station's service area in order to keep the service contour within the contour allotted on Appendix B. This could result in a loss of service post-transition to many current viewers. We shared MSTV's concern in this regard and therefore urged stations to file petitions for reconsideration, including stations that had not filed during the comment cycle following the Seventh FNPRM. These general concerns, as well as the specific circumstances portrayed in the individual petitions and comments, contributed to the Commission's decisions in the Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order to provide procedures and policies affording greater flexibility in the application process. 10. MSTV notes that, in the Third DTV Periodic Review proceeding, broadcasters proposed a number of solutions to address these antenna pattern issues. Specifically, MSTV and the National Association of

      Broadcasters (``NAB'') proposed that the Commission permit stations returning to their analog channel for post-transition operations and planning to use their existing analog antenna to exceed the Appendix B service contour by no more than five miles. In addition, in its

      Petition for Reconsideration and Clarification in this proceeding, MSTV also proposed, as an alternative measure to address antenna pattern concerns, that the Commission apply a more relaxed interference standard to stations returning to their NTSC channel (i.e., permit such stations to cause a maximum of 2 percent interference for 12 months after February 2009) to afford these stations the ability to replicate their NTSC coverage. MSTV asserted that the Commission could resolve the antenna pattern issue by adopting these proposals in the Third DTV

      Periodic Review proceeding. However, MSTV also urges the Commission to grant individual stations' requests for relief if they have filed petitions for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O in this proceeding. 11. As noted above, in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order we adopted a waiver policy that will permit rapid approval of minor (i.e., not exceeding 5 miles) expansion applications filed by stations that are moving to a different channel (e.g., their analog channel) for post-transition operation. This 5-mile waiver policy will allow added flexibility for stations that wish to use their existing analog antenna and, by permitting more such stations to use existing antennas, should reduce the demand for new equipment and installers for the remainder of the transition period. While we declined in the Third DTV Periodic

      Report and Order to permit more than 0.5 percent new interference generally, we stated that we would consider on a case-by-case basis allowing stations to cause additional new interference if stations can demonstrate that they need this additional flexibility to serve their analog viewers. We also stated that, consistent with our existing rules, we would consider on a case-by-case basis stations' negotiated interference agreements provided these agreements are consistent with the public interest. We decline to adopt any further relief proposed by

      MSTV in this proceeding. As we stated in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, we believe that the 5-mile waiver policy, together with other policies adopted in that Order, provide sufficient flexibility to stations, especially when combined with the changes to the DTV Table

      Appendix B we adopt herein for stations that filed petitions for reconsideration. 12. We received a total of 124 timely filed petitions reflecting 221 requests for changes to the DTV Table and/or Appendix B for individual stations. We grant, in whole or in part, 112 of these requests. For these stations, as discussed further below, we are changing Appendix B to either reflect the specific parameters requested by the station for post-transition operation or to otherwise provide the station with substantial relief. For stations for whom the revised

      Appendix B adopted herein has been changed to reflect the exact parameters sought by the station, these parameters either match a current authorization for the station or the station will presumably file an application for post-transition operation requesting these parameters that will be eligible for expedited processing pursuant to the procedures adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order.

      Thus, for these stations there should be no antenna pattern issue left to resolve. With respect to stations for whom the revised Appendix B herein provides some but not all of the relief sought by the station, the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order will permit these stations to file an application for post-transition operation that deviates to some extent from these Appendix B parameters. The combination of the relief provided herein and the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order

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      should be sufficient to address antenna pattern concerns for the vast majority of stations moving to a new channel post transition. 13. We grant MSTV's request that, where stations did not seek reconsideration of discrepancies between Appendix B and the facilities that DTV stations are using or intend to use post-transition, (See

      Petition for Reconsideration and Clarification of MSTV at 8-9.), they will not be deemed to have given up any rights to fix these discrepancies at the application or licensing stage. 14. It is worthwhile to clarify that the specific parameters listed on DTV Table Appendix B describe each station's service area based on its certification during the channel election process. In many cases this is a hypothetical facility. See Seventh R&O, 22 FCC Rcd at 15588- 89, paras. 17-18. When a station applies for the construction permit to build its facility, it may need to depart to some extent from the parameters listed on Appendix B to construct the actual facility, for example, to reflect an achievable directional antenna pattern or to locate the antenna at a height on the tower where mounting is possible.

      Station applications that cover the same area (or not more than five percent smaller) will be processed quickly. For such stations, no change to Appendix B will be necessary. For stations that wish to make a more significant adjustment, for example, to use their existing analog antenna, we will consider their petition for reconsideration, as described herein, as well as their forthcoming application for construction permit (``CP''). Stations that did not file a petition for reconsideration, or filed too late to be considered, may nevertheless apply for the facilities they want and we will consider their application consistent with the procedures and policies adopted in the

      Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order. 2. Protection of DTV Allotments 15. We deny the request of several petitioners to abandon Appendix

      B and rely exclusively on the DTV Table of Allotments, specifying only communities and channel numbers and not the specific parameters for digital facilities. Contrary to these petitioners' arguments, use of

      Appendix B is consistent with the Commission's longstanding practice for analog and digital channel allotments. 3. TV Channels 5 and 6 16. Mullaney Engineering, Inc. (``MEI'') and EME Communications

      (``EME'') have filed petitions requesting that the Commission eliminate the requirement in section 73.525 of the Commission's rules that new FM stations protect channel 6 DTV allotments or, alternatively, that it altogether eliminate channel 6, and possibly channel 5, from the digital TV allotment process and allocate that corresponding spectrum to the FM service. Section 73.525 requires that applications for construction permits for new or modified facilities for a non- commercial educational (``NCE'') FM station on Channels 200-220 (88.1- 91.9 MHz) protect affected TV stations operating on channel 6 unless the application is accompanied by a written agreement between the NCE-

      FM applicant and each affected TV Channel 6 broadcast station concurring with the proposed NCE-FM facilities. See 47 CFR 73.525.

      Affected stations are defined as TV Channel 6 stations located within specified distances of an NCE-FM station on FM channels 200-220. We deny these requests.

    2. Requests for Minor Adjustments 17. In this Memorandum Opinion and Order on Reconsideration, we grant five requests for minor adjustments to station coordinates for stations that are remaining on their pre-transition digital channel. At this stage in the allotment process, we need make such changes only for stations whose pre- and post-transition DTV channels are the same and that, therefore, generally need not file an application for construction or modification. Where the station's pre- and post- transition DTV channels are the same, the corrected coordinates are specified on a station license or construction permit, and the requested change did not result in a change of more than three seconds latitude or longitude for the station, we are making the requested correction. The stations for which we make such a correction are listed in Appendix D1 hereto and the changes requested by those stations are reflected in DTV Table Appendix B adopted herein. We deny the requests for similar changes from nine stations that are moving to a different channel for post-transition operations and that may request such minor coordinate changes as part of the station's application for post- transition facilities. The stations for which we decline to make minor adjustments herein but which may request these adjustments in an application are: KDSE, Dickinson, ND; KFME, Fargo, ND; KUPK, Garden

      City, KS; WBKO, Bowling Green, KY; WEAU, Eau Claire, WI; WIBW, Topeka,

      KS; WJHG, Panama City, FL; WSAW, Wausau, WI; and KBSH, Hays, KS. Such minor changes will not prevent applications that otherwise qualify from receiving expedited processing. 18. Some of the stations listed on Appendix D1 requested modification of Appendix B to round a station's geographic coordinates to the nearest whole second rather than merely truncate the data. For such petitioners whose pre- and post-transition channels are the same, and that provided us with station coordinates expressed to the tenth of a second, we have revised DTV Table Appendix B herein to round the coordinates to the nearest whole second. 19. In addition, for five stations we deny the request to change station coordinates because the geographic coordinates as listed in

      Appendix B match the coordinates listed on the station's license or construction permit. The five stations are KSEE, Fresno, CA; WTAP,

      Parkersburg, WV; WTVY, Dothan, AL; KKTV, Colorado Springs, CO; WOWT,

      Omaha, NE. We are revising parameters in Appendix B to match a current license or CP, but any desired adjustment to a license or CP itself must be requested by application. For each of these five stations, the pre- and post-transition DTV channels are the same. Thus, these stations already have an authorization on their post-transition channel and should revise the coordinates on their license or CP by requesting such revisions on FCC Form 302.

    3. Requests To Make Changes to Certification 20. We grant 55 petitions consistent with our treatment in the

      Seventh R&O to permit changes to stations' facility certifications (FCC

      Form 381) based on appropriate demonstrations from these stations where such changes are consistent with the circumstances contemplated in the

      Seventh Further Notice. In paragraph 28 of the Seventh Further Notice, the Commission recognized that some stations have already constructed or received authorization to construct facilities on the station's TCD that provide service to areas that extend beyond that to which the station certified on FCC Form 381. Because the interference protection provided during the channel election process was limited to the facilities to which the station certified in FCC Form 381, the

      Commission noted that stations serving or authorized to serve areas beyond their certified area could become subject to interference in those areas. The Commission stated that it would permit stations in this situation to propose to modify their certified facilities to match their authorized or constructed facilities. Stations requesting such a change were required

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      either to (1) submit an engineering analysis demonstrating that the proposed change to their certified facilities would not result in interference in excess of 0.1 percent to any licensee's existing TCD or

      (2) submit the signed, written consent of every affected licensee. The

      Commission also stated in the Seventh Further Notice that stations in these circumstances seeking a change in their certification would be required to accept interference from any channel election already approved. 1. Requests That Meet the Interference Criteria 21. We grant 53 petitions, as we did in the Seventh R&O, to permit stations to change their facility certifications (FCC Form 381), and thus our post-transition DTV Table Appendix B, where such stations have demonstrated in a petition for reconsideration that such modification of their facilities will conform to licensed or authorized facilities and where the proposed change to the Appendix B facilities either meets the interference criterion discussed above (i.e., the proposed change would not result in interference in excess of 0.1 percent to any licensee's existing TCD) or, as discussed further below, the station affected agreed to accept the interference. We have made the changes requested by these petitioners and the changes are reflected in the revised DTV Table Appendix B adopted herein. A list of the stations for which we made these changes is attached hereto in Appendix D2. To address the requests of those commenters in this group whose stations are moving to a different channel for post-transition service, we recalculated their post-transition DTV coverage area based on their authorized or licensed DTV facility, as indicated by the file number shown in Appendix D2. Only one of these stations requires special explanation, KPXC, due to its atypical circumstances. 22. KPXC, Denver, CO. As noted on Appendix D2, we grant the request from Paxson Denver License, Inc. (``Paxson''), licensee of station

      KPXC-TV, channel 59, and permittee of KPXC-DT, channel 43, Denver, CO, which was allotted channel 43 in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O.

      Paxson requests that the KPXC certification and Appendix B allotment be made consistent with its DTV construction permit originally granted on

      November 29, 2005. While our interference analysis shows that the change requested by KPXC would cause 2.2 percent interference to KOAA,

      Pueblo, CO (analog channel 5, digital channel 42 for both pre- and post-transition), KOAA has submitted a letter stating that it consents to the allotment change requested by KPXC. 23. As we noted in the Seventh R&O, KPXC has encountered zoning issues that have been the subject of litigation. As Paxson is still lacking zoning approval for its preferred site for KPXC, it has informed the Commission that it will be filing an application to move to a new site. According to Paxson, the combination of the changes to

      Appendix B for KPXC granted herein and the flexibility adopted in the

      Third DTV Periodic Report and Order will permit it to file an application to specify a new tower site for KPXC. We continue to request that Paxson keep us informed concerning any relevant progress and events in its zoning case. 2. Requests by Operating Stations That Do Not Meet Interference

      Criteria 24. We grant requests from two stations, consistent with our treatment in the Seventh R&O, to permit stations that are already operating their final, post-transition DTV facilities to change their facility certifications (FCC Form 381), and thus our post-transition

      DTV Table Appendix B, to reflect those facilities, even though such operations will exceed the 0.1 percent interference standard. As described below, these stations requested changes to the proposed DTV

      Table Appendix B to reflect operating facilities where we have determined that the interference caused to the TCD of another licensee exceeds the 0.1 percent interference standard and there is no interference agreement with the affected station. While these stations are requesting changes to the parameters adopted in the Seventh R&O in situations where the level of interference exceeds the relevant standard, we find that they have met their burden of demonstrating that special circumstances justify a waiver because they are already operating their final, post-transition DTV facilities. We believe it is unnecessary and unfair to require these already-operational facilities to reduce service. In addition, the stations receiving the interference have not filed an opposition to the stations requesting the change. 25. WBNX, Akron, OH. We grant the request of Winston Broadcasting

      Network, Inc. (``Winston''), licensee of station WBNX-TV, channel 55, and WBNX-DT, channel 30, Akron, OH, which was allotted channel 30 in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Winston requests that the parameters for WBNX in Appendix B be changed to conform the antenna ID number to the information reflected in the WBNX-DT license. The Commission's interference analysis shows that WBNX-DT's licensed facility causes 0.16 percent interference to WEYI, Saginaw, MI (analog channel 25, digital channel 30 for both pre- and post-transition). 26. KALB, Alexandria, LA. We grant the request of Media General

      Communications Holdings, LLC (``Media General''), licensee of station

      KALB, channel 5, and KALB-DT, channel 35, Alexandria, LA, which was allotted channel 35 in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Media General requests that the certification and Appendix B parameters for KALB be changed. The changes requested would make those parameters consistent with the KALB-DT license. The Commission's interference analysis shows that KALB-DT's licensed facility causes 0.59 percent interference to

      KARD, West Monroe, LA (analog channel 14, digital channel 36 for both pre- and post-transition).

    4. Requests for Modified Coverage Area 27. We grant the requests filed on behalf of 40 stations whose post-transition DTV channel is different from their pre-transition DTV channel to change the coverage area in the Seventh R&O DTV Table

      Appendix B. The stations for which we are modifying the coverage area herein are listed in Appendix D3 and the modified parameters for those stations are reflected in Appendix B as modified herein. In general, these petitioners argue that the facilities specified in the DTV Table

      Appendix B adopted in the Seventh R&O do not permit the station to provide service to the area served by the station's analog facility. We deny the requests filed on behalf of 24 stations for which our adjustment would result in a smaller facility than that described by the parameters on Appendix B as adopted in the Seventh R&O or that would shift the station's service area in such a way that existing viewers would lose service post-transition. In addition, we deny the requests filed by 13 stations for which our adjustment to Appendix B would result in impermissible interference. Both groups of petitioners--those granted or denied--can apply for desired facilities in the application process. 28. Many of these petitioners plan to return to their station's analog channel post-transition and request changes to the parameters specified on Appendix B to permit the station to use its existing analog antenna. In general, these petitioners argue that it is difficult or impossible for the station to use their preferred antenna to serve the allotment specified on Appendix B. In many

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      cases, in order to stay within this allotment, as required by the existing freeze on expansion of a station's contour, the station would be required to significantly reduce power, thereby potentially resulting in a loss of service post-transition to existing viewers.

      Other petitioners request changes to the power level or antenna specified in Appendix B in order to allow the station to continue to serve its analog viewers post-transition. 29. In response to the petitions filed on behalf of these stations, we have provided the same relief herein that we provided to similarly situated stations in the Seventh R&O. Specifically, we have recalculated Appendix B facilities based on replicating the analog coverage that was used to determine the station's initial DTV table facilities. If the recalculation would result in a reduction in the

      Appendix B facilities or would result in an undesirable shift in the station's service area, we are retaining the Appendix B facilities that we adopted in the Seventh R&O without change. The stations whose

      Appendix B facilities are not being changed for this reason are: KABY,

      Aberdeen, SD; KAII, Wailuku, HI; KARE, Minneapolis, MN; KAZT, Prescott,

      AZ; KETA, Oklahoma City, OK; KFPH, Flagstaff, AZ; KHAW, Hilo, HI; KHET,

      Honolulu, HI; KMEB, Wailuku, HI; KPNX, Mesa, AZ; KSFY, Sioux Falls, SD;

      KUSA, Denver, CO; KUVI, Bakersfield, CA; KWEX, San Antonio, TX; WBIR,

      Knoxville, TN; WEEK, Peoria, IL; WIRT, Hibbing, MN; WMAE, Booneville,

      MS; WMAZ, Macon, GA; WMMP, Charleston, SC; WNAC, Providence, RI; WOTF,

      Melbourne, FL; WTVX, Fort Pierce, FL; and WZZM, Grand Rapids, MI.

      Although we are not revising Appendix B in these latter cases, we note that these stations may be able to obtain much, if not all, of the relief they seek when they file an application for their final post- transition DTV channel pursuant to the rules and procedures adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order. As discussed above, we adopted a number of policies in that Order designed to give substantial flexibility to stations moving to a different channel for post- transition digital service, including stations that are returning to their analog channel and that plan to use their analog antenna. 30. If our recalculation of Appendix B based on replication of the station's initial DTV table facilities would result in a larger coverage area or a desirable coverage area shift, and our analysis indicates that the recalculated facilities (1) meet the 0.1 percent interference standard specified in the Second DTV Periodic Report and

      Order or (2) would cause more than 0.1 percent new interference but the affected station(s) agree to accept the interference, we are granting the request to change DTV Appendix B to reflect the larger or shifted coverage area. These stations are listed in Appendix D3, and the revised parameters for these stations are reflected in the revised DTV

      Table Appendix B, infra. We believe that permitting these changes to

      Appendix B is consistent with our overall goal in the DTV transition of encouraging replication of analog service. One of the Commission's objectives throughout the transition has been to permit broadcasters to reach with digital service the audiences they have been serving with analog service so that viewers will continue to have access to the stations that they are accustomed to receiving over the air. We remain committed to ensuring that viewers maintain the best possible television service after the transition date. The revisions granted to the stations listed in Appendix D3 are consistent with this goal as they will permit these stations to provide digital service to more of their established analog viewers. 1. Granted Requests for Which an Opposition Was Filed 31. For three stations listed on Appendix D3, WUSA, Washington, DC,

      WHAS, Louisville, KY, and WPBN, Traverse City, MI, there was an opposition filed to the station's petition for reconsideration. We briefly discuss these oppositions and related pleadings below. As described above, for all stations listed on Appendix D3, including

      WUSA, WHAS, and WPBN, our recalculation of Appendix B herein resulted in a larger coverage area consistent with our interference standards.

      Accordingly, we revised Appendix B for these stations to provide them with this larger coverage area. While these revisions to Appendix B may not include the specific parameters requested by WUSA, WHAS, and WPBN in their petitions, the revised Appendix B parameters together with the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order should provide to these stations some, if not all, the relief they seek when they file applications for post-transition facilities. 32. WUSA, Washington, DC. We grant, in part, the request of Gannett

      Co. Inc. (``Gannett''), indirect owner of WUSA, channel 9, and WUSA-DT, channel 34, Washington, DC, allotted channel 9 in the DTV Table in the

      Seventh R&O. Gannett submitted a petition for reconsideration requesting to amend the Form 381 certification of WUSA-DT to specify the station's replicated service area rather than the maximized service area in order to permit the station to use an existing combined analog antenna for its post-transition DTV operations. Sonshine Family

      Television, Inc. (``Sonshine'') filed an opposition to the petition claiming that the proposed revised allotment for WUSA would cause interference to WBPH-DT, Bethlehem, PA (analog channel 60, post- transition digital channel 9) in excess of the applicable interference standard. Sonshine argued initially that the proposed revised WUSA allotment would cause new interference to WBPH of 3.744 percent. In response to a later pleading filed by Gannett, Sonshine revised its position to support the WUSA proposal if certain power limitations were met by the post-transition WUSA facilities. The Commission recalculated

      Appendix B facilities for WUSA pursuant to the process described above and performed an interference analysis based on these recalculated

      Appendix B facilities. The Commission's interference analysis shows no new interference from the revised Appendix B facilities for WUSA to

      WBPH or any other station and the revised WUSA parameters are reflected in the Appendix B adopted herein. While these revised parameters may not reflect all of the changes requested by Gannett, the changes to

      Appendix B when combined with the flexibility provided in the Third DTV

      Periodic Report and Order for the application process should provide all or much of the relief sought for WUSA. 33. WHAS, Louisville, KY. We grant, in part, the request of Belo

      Corp. (``Belo''), licensee of WHAS, channel 11, and WHAS-DT, channel 55, Louisville, KY, allotted channel 11 in the DTV Table in the Seventh

      R&O. Belo submitted a petition for reconsideration requesting that its

      Form 381 certification be amended to specify the WHAS replicated analog service area rather than its maximized service area and that Appendix B be modified to reflect an omni-directional antenna pattern that would permit WHAS to use its existing analog omni-directional antenna for post-transition operations. Primeland Television, Inc. filed an opposition arguing that the proposed changes to WHAS are premature and will cause substantial interference to the post-transition operations of WLFI, Lafayette, LA (analog channel 18, post-transition digital channel 11). Primeland also states that WLFI has declined to enter into an interference agreement with WHAS. Belo acknowledges in its

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      petition that its proposed changes to WHAS would cause interference to

      WLFI-DT, but argues that its proposal actually represents a reduction from the level of interference currently caused to WLFI-TV by WHAS-TV's analog facility. In its opposition, Primeland argues that the facilities specified in the DTV Table concern post-transition operations and that any masking interference caused by WHAS's analog facilities should be disregarded. In reply Belo argues that grant of its petition would best serve the public interest as the changes it requests for WHAS will permit existing analog viewers of that station to receive WHAS digital service, while those changes will not deprive any current analog viewers of WLFI of that station's digital service.

      The Commission recalculated Appendix B facilities for WHAS pursuant to the process described above and performed an interference analysis based on these recalculated Appendix B facilities. The Commission's interference analysis shows no new interference from the revised

      Appendix B facilities for WHAS to WLFI or any other station and those revised WHAS parameters are reflected in the Appendix B adopted herein.

      While these revised parameters may not reflect all of the changes requested by Belo, the changes to Appendix B when combined with the flexibility provided in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order should provide all or most of the relief sought for WHAS. 34. WPBN, Traverse City, MI. We grant, in part, the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WPBN. Barrington Traverse City

      License LLC, licensee of television station WPBN, channel 7, and WPBN-

      DT, channel 50, Traverse City, MI, was allotted channel 7 for post- transition operations in the Seventh R&O. In its petition for reconsideration, Barrington seeks revised technical parameters for

      WPBN's post-transition operations in order to operate at the coordinates and height of its channel 7 analog operation, using its analog antenna. 35. WOOD License Company, LLC, licensee of WOOD-TV/DT in Grand

      Rapids, Michigan, opposes Barrington's petition on the grounds that granting the requested change for WPBN would cause interference to

      WOOD's post-transition operations on DTV channel 7, resulting in loss of service to 11,868 persons or 0.52 percent of WOOD's service population. In its reply, Barrington argues that WOOD is incorrect and that the requested allotment for WPBN would actually cause substantially less interference to WOOD-DT post-transition than is caused currently by the WPBN analog facility. 36. The Commission recalculated Appendix B facilities for WPBN pursuant to the process described above and performed an interference analysis based on these recalculated Appendix B facilities. The

      Commission's interference analysis shows no new interference from the revised Appendix B facilities for WPBN to WOOD or any other station and those revised WPBN parameters are reflected in the Appendix B adopted herein. While these revised parameters may not reflect all of the changes requested by Barrington, the changes to Appendix B when combined with the flexibility provided in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order should permit Barrington to obtain at least some of the relief it seeks for WPBN. 2. Granted Requests Filed by Stations That Were Previously Addressed in the Seventh Report and Order 37. Petitions for reconsideration were filed on behalf of the following stations requesting reconsideration of the Commission's decisions in the Seventh R&O regarding the stations. The Commission has modified Appendix B herein for these stations and the stations appear on Appendix D3 herein. As these petitions relate to particular decisions made in the Seventh R&O, they are discussed individually below. 38. KCET, Los Angeles, CA. We grant, in part, the petition for reconsideration of Community Television of Southern California

      (``CTSC''), licensee of NCE station KCET, channel 28, and KCET-DT, channel 59, Los Angeles, CA, which received channel 28 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. In its comments filed in response to the

      Seventh Further Notice, CTSC requested that the Commission change DTV

      Table Appendix B to specify maximized parameters for KCET-DT. The

      Commission denied the CTSC request because the KCET maximized facilities would cause interference to the certified facilities of

      KEYT, Santa Barbara, CA (analog channel 3, post-transition digital channel 27) on its TCD in excess of the permissible 0.1 percent limit.

      In its petition for reconsideration, CTSC states that it has determined that Appendix B specifies a different antenna than the current KCET analog antenna, which CTSC states is the antenna it has always intended to use for its post-transition facility. CTSC requests that the

      Commission modify Appendix B to specify its current antenna, which will permit replication of KCET's current NTSC and DTV service areas. 39. The Commission has recalculated the Appendix B facilities for

      KCET pursuant to the process described above and performed an interference analysis based on these recalculated Appendix B facilities. The Commission's interference analysis shows no new interference to other stations from the revised Appendix B facilities for KCET and, accordingly, we have revised Appendix B herein to reflect these revised KCET parameters. While these revised parameters may not reflect all of the changes requested by CTSC, the changes we make herein to Appendix B when combined with the flexibility provided in the

      Third DTV Periodic Report and Order should provide all or most of the relief sought for KCET. 40. WGAL, Lancaster, PA. We grant, in part, the petition for reconsideration of Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. (``Hearst''), parent company of the licensees of WGAL channel 8 and WGAL-DT channel 58, which was allotted channel 8 for post-transition operations in the

      Seventh R&O. Hearst seeks reconsideration of the Commission's denial of its request to change the certified technical parameters for its post- transition facilities to replicate analog service. Specifically, it reiterates its comments filed in response to the Seventh Further Notice where it requested an increase in HAAT to 415 meters and a decrease in

      ERP to 5.36kW. In response to these comments, the Commission recalculated WGAL's Appendix B facilities based on replicating its analog coverage area and determined that the recalculation resulted in a reduction in the Appendix B facilities for WGAL. Accordingly, in the

      Seventh R&O, we retained the larger Appendix B facilities that we had initially proposed for WGAL. Hearst argues in its petition that the

      Commission erred in its treatment of WGAL in the Seventh R&O because, in fact, the recalculated Appendix B facilities based on replication would result in a larger coverage area for WGAL. 41. As Hearst indicates in its petition that it would prefer a modified coverage area for WGAL even if that coverage area is smaller or shifted from the area on Appendix B, the Commission has recalculated the Appendix B facilities for WGAL pursuant to the process described above and performed an interference analysis based on these recalculated Appendix B facilities. The Commission's interference analysis shows no new interference to other stations from the revised

      Appendix B facilities for WGAL and, accordingly, we have revised

      Appendix B herein to reflect these revised parameters.

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      3. Requests That Do Not Meet the Interference Standard 42. As described in greater detail below, we deny the requests from 13 stations that filed petitions requesting changes to the DTV Table

      Appendix B adopted in the Seventh R&O to increase the station's coverage area, because our recalculations of the Appendix B facilities and interference analysis show that the requested change would result in interference that would exceed the 0.1 percent interference standard and the affected station has not agreed to accept this interference.

      None of these petitions request changes to reflect DTV facilities they are operating or are authorized to operate. We note, however, that many of these stations must file an application for authority to construct the station's post-transition facility. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, stations whose requests for modified coverage area are denied may be able to specify facilities in that application that more closely approach the parameters requested in the station's petition for reconsideration. The following is a list of these stations and a description of their individual circumstances. 43. KEMV, Mountain View, AR. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by Arkansas Educational Television Commission

      (``AETC''), licensee of noncommercial educational station KEMV, channel 6, and KEMV-DT, channel 13, Mountain View, AR, which was allotted channel 13 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the

      Seventh R&O. AETC requests that the parameters for KEMV-DT in Appendix

      B be adjusted to include an omnidirectional antenna with an ERP of 6.9 kW. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated

      Appendix B facilities shows that KEMV would cause 0.6 percent interference to KTHV, Little Rock, AR (analog channel 11, digital channel 12 for both pre- and post-transition), 2.1 percent interference

      KETG, Arkadelphia, AR (analog channel 9, digital channel 13 for both pre- and post-transition), and 0.6 percent interference to WHBQ,

      Memphis, TN (analog channel 13, pre-transition digital channel 53, post-transition digital channel 13). 44. WBBM, Chicago, IL. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by CBS Corporation (``CBS''), the ultimate owner of station WBBM, channel 2, and WBBM-DT, channel 3, Chicago, IL. CBS filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting that the parameters for WBBM-DT in Appendix B be adjusted to reflect operation with a directional antenna and an increase in ERP to 13.6 kW to nearly match the carried-over, maximized service contour of WBBM's channel 3 authorized operations. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WBBM would cause 0.4 percent interference to WINM, Angola, IN (analog channel 63, digital channel 12 for both pre- and post-transition). 45. KTVU, Oakland, CA. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by KTVU Partnership (``Cox''), licensee of KTVU, channel 2, and

      KTVU-DT, channel 56, Oakland, CA. KTVU was allotted channel 44 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Cox requests a change in certified facilities and a revision of KTVU-DT's allotment in Appendix B to reflect operation with a directional antenna, a decrease in ERP to 500 kW, and an increase in HAAT to 513 meters. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated

      Appendix B facilities shows that KTVU would cause 0.6 percent interference to KCSM, San Mateo, CA (analog channel 60, digital channel 43 for both pre- and post-transition) and 0.4 percent interference to

      KBCW, San Francisco, CA (analog channel 44, digital channel 45 for both pre- and post-transition). 46. WTOV, Steubenville, OH. We deny the petition for reconsideration of WTOV, Inc. (``Cox''), licensee of WTOV, channel 9, and WTOV-DT, channel 57, Steubenville, Ohio. WTOV was allotted channel 9 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O.

      Cox requests a change in certified facilities and a revision of WTOV-

      DT's allotment in Appendix B to reflect operation with a nondirectional antenna, an increase in ERP to 12 kW, and an increase in HAAT to 282 meters. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated

      Appendix B facilities shows that WTOV would cause 2.9 percent interference to WWCP, Johnstown, PA (analog channel 8, pre-transition digital channel 29, and post-transition digital channel 8) and 0.6 percent interference to WVFX, Clarksburg, West Virginia (analog channel 46, digital channel 10 for both pre- and post-transition). 47. WKRG, Mobile, AL. We deny the petition for reconsideration of

      Media General Communications Holdings, LLC (``Media General''), licensee of WKRG, channel 5, and WKRG-DT, channel 27, Mobile, AL. WKRG was allotted channel 27 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Media General requests a change in the certification for WKRG and a revision of the station's allotment in

      Appendix B to reflect operation with a new antenna ID. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WKRG would cause 1.0 percent interference to WAIQ, Montgomery, AL

      (analog channel 26, digital channel 27 for both pre- and post- transition). 48. WRBL, Columbus, GA. We deny the petition for reconsideration

      Media General Communications Holdings, LLC (``Media General''), licensee of WRBL, channel 3, and WRBL-DT, channel 15, Columbus, GA.

      WRBL was allotted channel 15 for post-transition operations in the DTV

      Table in the Seventh R&O. Media General requests a change in the certification for WRBL and a revision of the station's allotment in

      Appendix B to reflect operation with an increased HAAT of 543 meters.

      The Commission's interference analysis based upon the recalculated

      Appendix B facilities for WRBL shows that WRBL would cause 0.2 percent interference to WGXA, Macon, GA (analog channel 24, digital channel 16 for both pre- and post-transition). 49. WKMG, Orlando, FL. We deny the petition for reconsideration of

      Post-Newsweek Stations, Orlando, Inc. (``Post-Newsweek''), licensee of

      WKMG, channel 6, and WKMG-DT, channel 58, Orlando, FL. WKMG was allotted channel 26 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Post-Newsweek requests that its post transition DTV allotment parameters be modified to reflect use of a polarized dielectric antenna with an ERP of 866 kW. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WKMG would cause 0.9 percent interference to WVEA, Venice, FL (analog channel 62, digital channel 25 for both pre- and post-transition) and 0.2 percent interference to WRDQ, Orlando, FL (analog channel 27, pre- transition digital channel 14, post-transition digital channel 27). 50. WAFB, Baton Rouge, LA. We deny the petition for reconsideration of Raycom Media, Inc. (``Raycom''), licensee of WAFB, channel 9, and

      WAFB-DT, channel 46, Baton Rouge, LA. WAFB was allotted channel 9 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Raycom requests that Appendix B be revised to reflect use of WAFB's existing analog omnidirectional antenna. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WAFB would cause 1.0 percent interference to WVUE, New Orleans, LA (analog channel 8, pre-transition digital channel 29, post-transition digital channel 8) and 12.9

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      percent interference to KLFY, Lafayette, LA (analog channel 10, pre- transition digital channel 56, post-transition digital channel 10). 51. WITV, Charleston, SC. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by South Carolina Educational Television Commission (``SCETV''), licensee of WITV, channel 7, and WITV-DT, channel 49, Charleston, SC.

      WITV was allotted channel 7 for post-transition operations in the DTV

      Table in the Seventh R&O. SCETV requests an increase in ERP to 20 kW to aid the station in replicating its analog coverage. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WITV would cause 0.2 percent interference to WOLO, Columbia, SC

      (analog channel 25, digital channel 8 for both pre- and post- transition). 52. WFUT, Newark, NJ. We deny the petition for reconsideration of

      Univision New York LLC (``Univision''), licensee of WFUT, channel 68, and WFUT-DT, channel 53, Newark, NJ, which was allotted channel 30 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O.

      Univision requests an increase in ERP and a change to the WFUT antenna radiation pattern to aid the station in replicating the WFUT-DT coverage area. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WFUT would cause 0.2 percent interference to WFME, West Milford, NJ (analog channel 66, digital channel 29 for both pre- and post-transition). 53. WDEF, Chattanooga, TN. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by WDEF-TV, Inc. (``WDEF''), licensee of WDEF, channel 12, and

      WDEF-DT, channel 47, Chattanooga, TN. WDEF was allotted channel 12 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. WDEF requests use of its existing nondirectional antenna with a decrease in

      ERP to 13 kW. The Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WDEF would cause 0.5 percent interference to WRCB, Chattanooga, TN (analog channel 3, digital channel 13 for both pre- and post-transition). 54. WWBT, Richmond, VA. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by WWBT, Inc. (``WWBT''), licensee of WWBT, channel 12, and WWBT-

      DT, channel 54, Richmond, VA. WWBT was allotted channel 12 for post- transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. WWBT requests an increase in ERP to 12.1 kW. Although WWBT could cause up to 2 percent interference because it is a station with a pre-transition digital allotment out of core that is moving to its analog channel, the

      Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities shows that WWBT would cause 3.0 percent interference to

      WVEC, Chattanooga, TN (analog channel 13, pre-transition digital channel 41, post-transition digital channel 13). 55. KAAL, Austin, MN. We deny the petition for reconsideration of

      Hubbard Broadcasting Inc. (``Hubbard''), licensee of station KAAL-TV, channel 6, and KAAL-DT, channel 33, Austin, MN. KAAL was allotted channel 36 for post-transition operations in the Seventh R&O. In its petition for reconsideration, Hubbard requests that it be permitted to operate post-transition using the existing channel 36 facilities of station KTTC-DT, Rochester, MN (analog channel 10, pre-transition digital channel 36, post-transition digital channel 10). We find that

      KTTC's facilities are roughly 30 miles from KAAL's current tower and that KTTC is licensed to a different community (Rochester, MN instead of Austin, MN). Both findings indicate that it would be difficult for

      KAAL to properly serve Austin. In addition, the Commission's interference analysis based on recalculated Appendix B facilities that

      KAAL would cause 0.40 percent interference to KWSD, Sioux Falls, SD

      (analog channel 36, pre-transition digital channel 51, and post- transition digital channel 36).

    5. Requests for Alternative Channel Assignments 56. We received 13 requests for an alternative channel assignment.

      We grant herein eight of these requests and deny five requests, consistent with our treatment of such channel change requests in the

      Seventh R&O. A list of the stations for which we are granting a change appears in Appendix D4, infra, and we have revised the DTV Table for these stations accordingly. For each of these stations, we believe that the circumstances described by the station are consistent with one or more of the criteria for consideration of alternative channel assignments outlined in the Seventh Further Notice. Each of these requested channel changes granted herein and listed on Appendix D4 meets the 0.1 percent interference standard. 57. The Commission stated that any request for an alternative channel assignment must either meet the 0.1 percent additional interference standard or be accompanied by a request for a waiver of the 0.1 percent limit or the signed written consent of the affected licensee. The Commission stated that it would grant waivers of the 0.1 percent limit where doing so would promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. 58. We deny the channel change requests of five stations. As discussed further below, for three of these stations the Commission's interference analysis shows that the new channel requested by the station would cause interference to one or more other stations in excess of the 0.1 percent standard, and there is no agreement with the affected station(s) accepting this interference. In one case where the interference standard is exceeded, that of KCWX, Fredericksburg, TX, the petition for reconsideration was opposed. As discussed below, we decline to waive our interference limit for these stations. In addition, we decline to grant the channel change request of two stations that filed their requests too late for consideration in this

      Memorandum Opinion and Order on Reconsideration. Following is a brief discussion of these stations and the relevant circumstances. 59. WCOV, Montgomery, AL. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WCOV. Woods Communications Corporation (``Woods''), licensee of station WCOV, channel 20, and WCOV-DT, channel 16,

      Montgomery, AL, elected and was allotted channel 16 for post-transition operations in the Seventh R&O. In its petition for reconsideration,

      Woods requests the substitution of channel 20 for its final, post- transition digital channel in the Table of Allotments. The Commission's interference analysis shows that the proposed operation of WCOV on channel 20 would cause 0.40 percent interference to WIIQ, Demopolis, AL

      (analog channel 41, digital channel 19 for both pre- and post- transition), 0.17 percent interference to WTBS, Atlanta, GA (analog channel 17, digital channel 20 for both pre- and post-transition), 0.45 percent interference to WMPV, Mobile, AL (analog channel 21, digital channel 20 for both pre- and post-transition), 0.31 percent interference to WYLE, Florence, AL (analog channel 26, digital channel 20 for both pre- and post-transition), and 0.23 percent interference to

      WDHN, Dothan, AL (analog channel 18, digital channel 21 for both pre- and post-transition). Because the proposed channel substitution causes impermissible interference to five other stations, we deny Woods' request for channel change for WCOV. Woods has submitted neither evidence of agreement from the stations receiving the interference nor a

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      request for waiver. WCOV may file a request for a channel substitution when the Commission lifts the filing freeze. The 0.5 percent interference standard adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and

      Order will apply to such requests for channel substitution. 60. WWAZ, Fond du Lac, WI. We deny the channel change request of

      WWAZ because the basis it offers for the request, financial need, is not a basis for a channel change. WWAZ License, LLC (``WWAZ''), licensee of station WWAZ, channel 68, and WWAZ-DT, channel 44, Fond du

      Lac, WI, was allotted channel 44 for post-transition operations in the

      Seventh R&O. WWAZ requests the substitution of channel 9 for its final, post-transition digital channel in the Table of Allotments. The

      Commission's interference analysis shows that the requested channel change would cause 1.45 percent interference to WMVS, Milwaukee, WI

      (analog channel 10, digital channel 8 for both pre- and post- transition), and 2.19 percent interference to WAOW, Wausau, WI (analog channel 9, pre-transition digital channel 29, and post-transition digital channel 9). In view of the impermissible interference caused by the proposed WWAZ channel substitution to two other stations, we deny its channel substitution request and decline to waive our interference standard. WWAZ may request a channel substitution after the freeze is lifted. 61. KCWX, Fredericksburg, TX. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KCWX. Corridor Television, LLP is the licensee of KCWX-DT, Fredericksburg, Texas, a single channel analog station on Channel 2. In the Seventh Report and Order, the Commission denied Corridor's request to change its DTV channel from 5 to channel 8. finding that the change would cause 0.79 percent interference to

      KTBC, Austin, Texas (analog channel 7, post-transition digital channel 7) and 0.47 percent interference to NCE station KLRN, San Antonio,

      Texas (analog channel 9, post-transition digital channel 9). In its petition for reconsideration, Corridor amends its request for channel change specifying a proposal with 15 kW non-directional ERP at 413 meters HAAT. Although Corridor acknowledges that its channel change would still result in greater than 0.1 percent interference, Corridor again requests a waiver pending adoption of the Commission's proposed 0.5 percent DTV interference standard in the Third DTV Periodic Review proceeding. Alamo and KTBC both oppose Corridor's revised request for channel change. Both argue that the issue of a channel change was already considered in the Seventh R&O and was properly denied because the Commission found that it would cause impermissible interference to

      KLRN and KTBC. They point out that Corridor's new proposal also would cause impermissible interference to their stations. 62. We note that Corridor does not challenge the denial of its original channel change proposal but rather it introduces a new proposal with revised technical parameters. The parameters requested by

      Corridor in its petition are not consistent with replication of its analog coverage contour, which is the coverage to which it certified on

      FCC Form 381. Accordingly, the revised channel change proposal cannot be considered in this proceeding. Once the freeze is lifted with respect to channel substitutions, Corridor may submit a petition for rulemaking and request that channel 8 be substituted for channel 5 for

      KCWX-DT. Corridor may request specific parameters for its proposed channel 8 operations at that time, and the channel substitution will be examined under the 0.5 percent interference standard. Corridor acknowledges that its revised channel change proposal does not comply with our 0.1 percent interference limit with respect to KTBC and KLRN.

      Corridor claims that its revised channel change proposal complies with the new 0.5 percent DTV interference standard recently adopted in the

      Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order. However, the 0.5 percent interference proposal is not the standard for revisions to Appendix B.

      Rather, the 0.5 percent standard was adopted in the Third DTV Periodic

      Review Report and Order to apply to post-transition modifications. 63. KMBC, Kansas City, MO. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KMBC. KMBC Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc.

      (``Hearst''), licensee of station KMBC, channel 9, and KMBC-DT, channel 7, Kansas City, MO, was allotted channel 9 for post-transition operations in the Seventh R&O. Hearst requests the substitution of channel 29 for its assigned channel 9 in the DTV Table of Allotments.

      Because Hearst's petition was filed after the statutory deadline, it cannot be considered in this Memorandum Opinion and Order on

      Reconsideration. 64. WFXS, Wittenberg, WI. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WFXS. Davis Television Wausau, LLC (``Davis''), licensee of WFXS, channel 55, and WFXS-DT, post-transition channel 50,

      Wittenberg, WI, requested leave to file a late petition for reconsideration requesting the substitution of DTV channel 31 for DTV channel 50. Davis' Petition was filed too late to be considered in this proceeding but the petitioner may file a request for channel substitution after the freeze is lifted.

    6. Changes That Should Be Requested During the Application Process 65. We deny the petitions for reconsideration filed on behalf of 53 stations whose requests are not consistent with the types of allotment changes covered in the Seventh Further Notice for this DTV Table proceeding. These stations are listed on Appendix D5 herein. The changes requested for these stations can be requested in an application filed pursuant to the policies and procedures adopted in the Third DTV

      Periodic Report and Order. These requests are not for modification of the coverage area defined by the DTV Table Appendix B to match authorized or licensed coverage. Instead, these stations generally state in their petitions that they do not want or may not be able to construct the precise facilities specified in the proposed DTV Table

      Appendix B. We conclude that the stations identified in Appendix D5 can use the application process to request the facility they seek to build.

      In addition, those seeking to expand their facilities beyond the service area described by the Appendix B parameters can file requests to maximize their facilities when the freeze on such filings is lifted later this year. 66. Stations listed in Appendix D5 should use Form 301 or 340 to apply to construct or modify their post-transition facilities, consistent with the procedures and standards for such applications adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, including compliance with the interference standard and filing freeze. As discussed above, the rules and procedures adopted in that Order provide significant regulatory flexibility to many stations, particularly stations moving to a different channel for post-transition operations, and permit all stations to file applications for facilities that differ to some extent from the parameters specified in DTV Table Appendix B. 67. Stations have begun filing their applications for a CP on their final DTV channel now, and we encourage all stations to file their applications as soon as possible. Although stations that filed petitions for reconsideration are permitted to file their applications before their petitions are resolved, we recognize that many of these stations may have waited to see how the Commission would address their

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      request. Therefore, stations that filed petitions for reconsideration may receive expedited processing provided they file no later than April 21, 2008, which is 45 days from the release of this Memorandum Opinion and Order. Stations that do not seek expedited processing or whose applications do not meet the criteria for expedited processing still must file their applications soon. As specified in the Public Notice issued on January 30, 2008, most stations filing an application for a construction permit must file the application by June 19, 2008 at the latest. However, stations with a construction deadline of August 18, 2008 must file by March 17, 2008 at the latest. 68. Stations listed on Appendix D5 fall into three categories.

      First, some stations that are moving to a different channel post- transition filed petitions requesting relatively minor adjustments to the station's parameters identified in Appendix B. For some stations, the requested change represents a change to the station's coordinates of three seconds or less latitude or longitude. These kinds of requests for facilities that deviate only slightly the parameters reflected on

      Appendix B can be easily accommodated during the application process.

      As discussed in Section III.B. above, while we made these kinds of minor adjustments on Appendix D1 herein for stations whose pre- and post-transition DTV channels are the same, we are requiring that stations moving to a different channel for post-transition operation make these requests for minor adjustments as part of their application for their post-transition channel. Other stations in this category request changes to the station's coordinates of slightly more than three seconds latitude or longitude or request relatively minor changes to other station parameters. These relatively minor deviations from

      Appendix B can also be accommodated as part of the license application process for these stations. 69. Second, many of the stations denied revisions to Appendix B requested changes that would violate the freeze on maximizations. Some of these stations, particularly those that are seeking to serve their current analog viewers, may be able to increase their coverage area during the application process. Others will be able to apply for a larger coverage area when the Commission lifts its filing freeze later this year. In the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, the Commission announced its intent to lift the freeze on the filing of maximization applications on August 17, 2008, the date by which we expect to have completed processing stations' applications to build their post- transition facilities. Until that date, we will maintain the freeze and will not accept maximization applications to expand facilities, except pursuant to the 5-mile waiver policy for stations that are moving to a different channel for post-transition operations. 70. Third, the petitions for reconsideration filed on behalf of

      KFNR, Rawlins, WY; KGWL, Lander, WY; and KTWO, Casper, WY request that the facilities described on Appendix B for these stations be revised to reduce the stations' coverage area. These stations must file an application requesting a modification of their CP. In the Third DTV

      Periodic Report and Order, the Commission stated that it would provide expedited processing to applications for facilities that are no more than five percent smaller than the facility specified in Appendix B with respect to predicted population, and that meet the other criteria for expedited processing. 71. In addition to the stations listed on Appendix D5, we note that in Section III.D., supra, we declined to modify the coverage area for a number of stations that filed petitions requesting changes to the station's coverage area as defined in Appendix B. Stations for which we did not make changes to Appendix B in Section III.D. herein and that are moving to a different channel for post-transition operations must file an application for post-transition facilities. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, these stations may be able to obtain some or all of the relief they seek through the application process. 72. The petitions for reconsideration filed on behalf of the following stations require individual discussion. In some cases, the petition was opposed. In other cases, the petition requests reconsideration of a Commission decision in the Seventh R&O regarding the station, or requests changes to Appendix B in addition to those granted in the Seventh R&O. 73. WPVI, Philadelphia, PA. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WPVI. WPVI, which is licensed on analog channel 6 and pre-transition DTV channel 64, was allotted channel 6 for post-transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the

      Commission modified WPVI's Appendix B facilities to help WPVI replicate its analog Grade B coverage area. The Walt Disney Company (``Disney'') filed a petition for reconsideration requesting that the FCC permit

      WPVI to use its present analog antenna with parameters that meet the 0.1 percent interference standard applicable to Appendix B. 74. The parameters specified on Appendix B for WPVI (ERP of 6.22 kW and HAAT of 332 meters) were revised in the Seventh R&O to the maximum amount consistent with replication of the station's analog contour and the 0.1 percent interference standard. Disney is requesting further changes for WPVI that should be requested in that station's application for post-transition facilities. It appears that the requested changes can be accommodated at the application stage. 75. KHAS, Hastings, NE and KNOP, North Platte, NE. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KHAS and KNOP. KHAS, which is licensed on analog channel 5 and pre-transition DTV channel 21, was allotted channel 5 for post-transition operations. KNOP, which is licensed on analog channel 2 and pre-transition DTV channel 22, was allotted channel 2 for post-transition operations. Hoak Media, LLC filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O for these stations stating that, while the Appendix B facilities adopted in the

      Order may permit KHAS and KNOP to replicate, reconsideration is necessary because the Commission did not address Hoak's request for additional power for these stations. 76. The parameters specified on Appendix B for KHAS (ERP of 6.78 kW and HAAT of 223 meters) and KNOP (ERP of 6.75 kW and HAAT of 192 meters) were revised in the Seventh R&O to the maximum amount consistent with replication of the station's analog contour and the 0.1 percent interference standard. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, Hoak will be able to apply for at least some of the changes it seeks when it files its application for post-transition facilities for these stations. To the extent that

      Hoak seeks additional relief for KHAS and KNOP that cannot be accommodated during the application process, Hoak may file an application for increased facilities once the Commission lifts its filing freeze. 77. WDSE, Duluth, MN. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WDSE. WDSE, which is licensed on analog channel 8 and pre-transition DTV channel 38, was allotted channel 8 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission modified the

      WDSE Appendix B facilities to help this station replicate its analog

      Grade B coverage area. Duluth-Superior Area Educational Television

      Corporation (``Duluth-Superior'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the

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      Seventh R&O stating that while the Commission purported to grant its request to change the coverage area of WDSE in that Order, the revised

      Appendix B does not reflect the requested operating parameters. 78. The parameters specified on Appendix B for WDSE (ERP of 17.4 kW and HAAT of 290 meters) were revised in the Seventh R&O to the maximum amount consistent with replication of the station's analog contour and the 0.1 percent interference standard. The further changes requested by

      WDSE should be requested in the station's application for post- transition facilities. It appears that the requested changes can be accommodated at the application stage, especially in view of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order. 79. KUAC, Fairbanks, AK. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KUAC. KUAC, which is licensed on analog channel 9 and pre-transition DTV channel 24, was allotted channel 9 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission modified the

      KUAC Appendix B facilities in order to help this station replicate its analog Grade B coverage area. The University of Alaska (``University'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting that the Commission revise Appendix B to increase HAAT and ERP for KUAC and to change the antenna ID to permit use of the station's existing non- directional antenna. 80. The parameters specified on Appendix B for KUAC (ERP of 3.2 kW and HAAT of 152 meters) were revised in the Seventh R&O to the maximum amount consistent with replication of the station's analog contour and the 0.1 percent interference standard. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, the University will be able to apply for at least some of the changes it seeks when it files its application for post-transition facilities for this station.

      To the extent that the University seeks additional relief for KUAC that cannot be accommodated during the application process, the University may file an application for increased facilities once the Commission lifts its filing freeze. 81. KUHT, Houston, TX. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KUHT. KUHT, which is licensed on analog channel 8 and pre-transition DTV channel 9, was allotted channel 8 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission modified the

      KUHT Appendix B facilities by increasing ERP to help this station replicate its analog Grade B coverage area. The University of Houston

      System (``UHS'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh

      R&O requesting that the Commission revise Appendix B to change the antenna ID for KUHT to permit use of the station's existing directional analog antenna. 82. The parameters specified on Appendix B for KUHT (ERP of 21.9 kW and HAAT of 564 meters) were revised in the Seventh R&O to the maximum amount consistent with replication of the station's analog contour and the 0.1 percent interference standard. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, UHS will be able to apply for at least some of the changes it seeks when it files its application for post-transition facilities for KUHT. To the extent that

      UHS seeks additional relief that cannot be accommodated during the application process, it may file an application for increased facilities once the Commission lifts its filing freeze. 83. KNRR, Pembina, ND. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KNRR. KNRR, which is licensed on analog channel 12 and pre-transition DTV channel 15, was allotted channel 12 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission declined to modify the coverage area for KNRR on Appendix B because it determined that, if it recalculated Appendix B facilities for the station based on replicating the station's analog coverage that was used to determine their initial DTV facilities, the recalculated service area would be smaller than the Appendix B service area. Red River Broadcast Co., LLC

      (``Red River'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting that the Commission revise Appendix B to reduce the facilities for KNRR by changing the ERP and HAAT. 84. We decline to make the changes to Appendix B requested by KNRR because it can accomplish what it seeks when it files its application for post-transition facilities for KNRR. In addition, by retaining the larger Appendix B facilities for the station, KNRR will ultimately have more flexibility to make changes for KNRR in the future. When it files its application for post-transition facilities on channel 12, KNRR should make its request for new parameters at that time. 85. KBRR, Thief River Falls, MN. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of KBRR. KBRR, a full-power satellite station, is licensed on analog channel 10 and has been issued a CP for channel 32 for pre-transition DTV facilities. KBRR was allotted channel 10 for post-transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission declined to modify the coverage area for KBRR on Appendix B because it determined that, if it recalculated Appendix B facilities for the station based on replicating the station's analog coverage that was used to determine their initial DTV facilities, the recalculated service area would be smaller than the Appendix B service area. Red

      River Broadcast Co., LLC (``Red River'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting that the Commission revise Appendix B to change the ERP, HAAT, and antenna information for

      KBRR. 86. Red River is requesting changes for KBRR that should be requested in that station's application for post-transition facilities.

      The requested changes can be accommodated at the application stage to the extent they are consistent with the coverage expansion and interference criteria adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and

      Order. 87. WEDU, Tampa, FL. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of noncommercial educational station WEDU. WEDU, which is licensed on analog channel 3 and pre-transition DTV channel 54, was allotted channel 13 for post-transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission declined to modify the coverage area for WEDU on

      Appendix B because our recalculation of the Appendix B facilities and subsequent interference analysis showed that the requested change would result in interference in excess of the 0.1 percent interference standard. Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc. (``FWCPB'') filed a petition for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting that the Commission change the antenna ID in Appendix B to specify an omnidirectional antenna. 88. FWCPB is requesting changes for WEDU that should be requested in that station's application for post-transition facilities. The requested changes can be accommodated at the application stage to the extent they are consistent with the coverage expansion and interference criteria adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order. 89. KETZ, El Dorado, AR. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of DTV singleton station KETZ. KETZ is licensed on pre- transition DTV channel 12 and was allotted channel 10 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission granted

      KETZ's request to change its TCD from 12 to 10. The Arkansas

      Educational Television Commission (``AETC'') filed a petition for reconsideration requesting that Appendix B be revised to specify an omnidirectional antenna for KETZ.

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      90. The parameters specified on Appendix B for KETZ were revised in the Seventh R&O to permit KETZ to change its TCD to 10 consistent with replication of the station's certified coverage area and the 0.1 percent interference standard. As a result of the flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, AETC will be able to apply for at least some of the additional coverage area it seeks when it files its application for post-transition facilities for KETZ. To the extent that AETC seeks additional relief that cannot be accommodated during the application process, it may file an application for increased facilities once the Commission lifts its filing freeze. 91. KCBS, Los Angeles, CA. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by KCBS. KCBS, which is licensed on analog channel 2 and pre- transition DTV channel 60, was allotted channel 43 for post-transition operations. CBS Corporation filed a petition for reconsideration of our decision in the Seventh R&O directing that the station should request the changes it seeks in an application to construct or modify post- transition facilities. CBS requests that the parameters in the DTV

      Table Appendix B for KCBS be changed to correspond to those specified in the co-owned KCAL construction permit. 92. The parameters sought by CBS for KCBS are those authorized for another station, KCAL. While the two stations are co-owned, that relationship does not confer on KCBS the right to expand its coverage area beyond the area to which it certified in FCC Form 381. We reaffirm our decision in the Seventh R&O that KCBS should use the application process to request the facility it wishes to operate post-transition.

      As indicated above, as a result of the regulatory flexibility adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, KCBS may be able to obtain part, if not all, of the relief it seeks through the application process. KCBS may request additional expansion when we lift the freeze on maximization requests later this year. Our decision does not prevent

      KCBS from using the KCAL site and equipment; rather, we are ensuring that KCBS does not use these facilities to expand beyond its authorization and thus step ahead of other stations that are waiting for the proper time to request to maximize. 93. KTCI, St. Paul, MN. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by Twin Cities Public Television (``Twin Cities''), licensee of

      KTCI, channel 17, and KTCI-DT, channel 16, St. Paul, MN, which was allotted channel 26 in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. Although we deny the request to revise Appendix B, we generally agree with Twin

      Cities that KTCI-DT should be able to operate using the KMSP-DT tower and antenna. Rather, we deny the petition because we continue to believe that Twin Cities will be able to achieve its goal of serving its current service area with the KMSP-DT antenna, albeit at a much lower power through the CP application process. We do not find it necessary to revise Appendix B to reach this result. 94. In its petition for reconsideration, Twin Cities argues that the Commission should have permitted its proposed changes to the

      Appendix B facility of KTCI-DT. Twin Cities argues that requiring it to await Commission action on its application for a construction permit to modify Station KTCI-DT's facilities ``will create unnecessary uncertainty in the transition process, contrary to the Commission's stated goals throughout the transition.'' The State of Wisconsin

      Educational Communications Board (State of Wisconsin), licensee of

      WHWC-DT, Menomonie, Wisconsin, opposes Twin Cities' petition for reconsideration. State of Wisconsin maintains that Twin Cities' proposed changes to the Appendix B facilities of KTCI-DT would result in prohibited 14.9 percent interference to WHWC-DT. Twin Cities responds that its requested changes to the Appendix B facilities of

      KTCI-DT do not create new post-transition interference to WHWC-DT.

      Rather, Twin Cities maintains that WHWC-DT currently receives 22.5 percent interference from KMSP-DT, channel 26. Twin Cities argues that its proposal, which seeks to use the same antenna and antenna pattern as KMSP-DT, will use less than 10 percent of the power and would decrease from 22.5 percent to 14.9 percent the amount of interference that WHWC-DT, channel 27 receives from ``existing analog and DTV operations.'' 95. While we do not disagree with Twin Cities' arguments with respect to interference to WHWC-DT, we are not persuaded that we should reverse our decision in the Seventh R&O. We reaffirm that the appropriate next step would be for Twin Cities to submit an application for its post-transition channel 26 based upon the facility described in

      Appendix B. In that application, Twin Cities may specify the pre- transition channel 26 technical facilities of KMSP-DT and that proposal will be examined. Pursuant to the procedures recently adopted in the

      Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order, Twin Cities, as a station whose post-transition channel is different from its pre-transition DTV channel, may avail itself of the ``five mile'' waiver policy and the 0.5 percent interference standard. 96. WCAX, Burlington, VT. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WCAX. WCAX, which is licensed on analog channel 3 and pre-transition DTV channel 53, was allotted channel 22 for post- transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission modified the

      WCAX Appendix B facilities to help this station replicate its analog

      Grade B coverage area. Mt. Mansfield Television, Inc. (``Mt.

      Mansfield'') filed a petition for reconsideration stating that its election of channel 22 required extensive coordination with Canada which led to a solution in 2005 specifying certain parameters for WCAX.

      Mt. Mansfield requests that Appendix B be revised to reflect the parameters approved by Canada. 97. We modified Appendix B in the Seventh R&O to provide WCAX with the largest coverage area consistent with replication of its analog service area. We recognize that Canada has agreed to permit WCAX to serve a slightly different coverage area than that described on

      Appendix B, and when WCAX files its application for post-transition operations on channel 22, it may apply to match that different coverage area, including an increase in its coverage area to the extent it is consistent with the flexibility provided to all stations moving to a new channel in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order. 98. KVEA, Corona, CA. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by KVEA. KVEA, which is licensed on analog channel 52 and pre- transition DTV channel 39, was allotted channel 39 for post-transition operations. In the Seventh R&O, the Commission granted KVEA's request for minor adjustment to the station's coordinates as listed on Appendix

    7. NBC Telemundo License Co. (``NBC Telemundo'') filed a petition for reconsideration proposing that the Commission waive the current freeze and approve an increase in KVEA's ERP at any time after February 17, 2008. 99. NBC Telemundo acknowledges that its requested change for KVEA would violate the freeze on maximizations. It is possible that KVEA could increase its coverage area during the application process.

      Otherwise, KVEA must wait to request additional expansion until the

      Commission lifts its filing freeze later this year.

    8. Stations Not Eligible to Participate in the Channel Election Process 100. Pappas Telecasting of America and South Central Communications

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      Corporation. We deny the petition for reconsideration filed by Pappas

      Telecasting of America (``Pappas'') and South Central Communications

      Corporation (``SCCC''). Pappas and SCCC are pending applicants for a new single-channel television station on Channel 48 at Owensboro,

      Kentucky. Pappas and SCCC filed joint comments in response to the

      Seventh NPRM requesting that the Commission substitute DTV Channel 35 for Channel 48. Pappas and SCCC recognized that it was not possible to seek an alternate channel but argued that the Commission should act on its own motion to modify the Owensboro allotment ``in the same way it has awarded Tentative Channel Designations (TCD's) to new permittees.''

      In the Seventh R&O, the Commission denied their request to change the allotment for Owensboro along with several other proposals submitted by pending applicants to add new allotments to the post-transition DTV

      Table. The Commission explained that, in the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, it clearly stated that only Commission licensees and permittees would be eligible to participate in the channel election process. Applicants for new stations and petitioners for new allotments were expressly excluded from making elections. 101. With respect to applicants that receive a construction permit after the close of the comment period in this proceeding, the

      Commission stated that those parties may either construct their analog facilities or apply to the Commission for permission to construct a digital facility on their analog channel. If any other pending applications were granted before the end of the transition, the

      Commission stated that it would attempt to accommodate these stations with a DTV channel for post transition operation. But in all situations, the Commission would only act to make allotment decisions once an application was granted and there was a new permittee. Since the Pappas and SCCC applications were still pending, it was to correct to deny consideration of their channel change proposal. Therefore, the

      Pappas and SCCC petition for reconsideration is denied. 102. Pappas and SCCC also have pending a petition for rulemaking filed on March 8, 2002, requesting DTV Channel 54 be substituted for

      Channel 48 at Owensboro, Kentucky (``DTV Channel 54 substitution petition. The DTV Channel 54 substitution petition is hereby dismissed.

      Pappas and SCCC applications for Channel 48 at Owensboro, Kentucky continue to cause impermissible interference to Channel 48 at Bowling

      Green, Kentucky and are therefore dismissed. See File Nos. BPCT- 19960722KL and 19960920IV. 103. Montana University System Board of Regents. We deny the petitions for reconsideration filed by the Board of Regents of the

      Montana University System (``MSU''). MSU is the permittee of new single-channel television stations on Channel 21 at Great Falls,

      Montana (Facility ID No. 169030) and Channel 16 at Billings, Montana

      (Facility ID No. 169028). MSU filed petitions for rulemaking that resulted in these channels being added to the pre-transition DTV Table.

      Subsequently, MSU was the only applicant for these new NCE stations and received grants of its construction permits to build these pre- transition channels after the Seventh R&O and Eighth Further Notice was adopted. Thus MSU was not a permittee in time to be included in this rulemaking. 104. Although, as MSU acknowledges, we cannot allot these new post- transition channels for MSU's NCE stations at Great Falls and Billings,

      Montana, at this time, we will initiate an NPRM to add these allotments or to propose replacement channels. In the interim, MSU may file modification applications for post-transition operation for these two stations on their pre-transition channels. As long as these post- transition facilities will not cause more than 0.5 percent interference to other post-transition stations and otherwise comply with our rules, they will be granted. If either of the post-transition facilities for these stations would cause more than 0.5 percent interference to other post-transition DTV facilities, then MSU may file a petition for rulemaking and seek a channel substitution.

    9. Analog Singleton Stations 105. We decline to grant the petitions for reconsideration filed by analog singleton stations WCAV, Charlottesville, VA, KUTH, Provo, UT, and KRBK, Osage Beach, MO. These stations were given, in Appendix B, a coverage area to replicate their analog service area. Each station presents arguments supporting their request to make a change to their digital allotment as described by these Appendix B parameters. However, these changes would result in expanded coverage areas in violation of the freeze. These stations should be able to achieve their goal of serving current analog viewers with digital service using their existing equipment by requesting modifications through the application process, which is currently underway, and, where necessary, filing for maximization later this year. As described above, these stations must file an application to operate digitally on their post-transition channel and can file those applications at any time. At the application stage, these stations may take advantage of the 5-mile waiver policy and the 0.5 percent new interference policy adopted in the Third DTV

      Periodic Report and Order.

  3. Modifications to Appendix B To Address International Coordination

    Issues 106. WKYC, Cleveland, OH. We grant the request of WKYC and change

    Appendix B herein for that station to reflect a directional antenna pattern to reduce interference to a Canadian station. WKYC, which is licensed on analog channel 3 and pre-transition DTV channel 2, was allotted channel 17 for post-transition operations. WKYC-TV, Inc.

    (``WKYC'') filed a comment in this proceeding stating that the request for channel 17 was referred to Canada for coordination and that Canada has responded by specifying a revision to the parameters that it requests for WKYC. WKYC advises the Commission that the parameters specified by Canada are acceptable to WKYC. We have revised Appendix B herein for WKYC to conform to the parameters negotiated with Canada.

    1. Antenna Information 107. We deny the petitions for reconsideration filed on behalf of the following stations seeking to add antenna identification numbers to

      Appendix B: KPLC, Lake Charles, LA; WFIE, Evansville, IN. These stations request that we change Appendix B to include antenna identification numbers for these stations and state that the stations will be operating with omnidirectional antennas. In developing Appendix

      B, we did not include antenna identification numbers for stations operating with an omnidirectional antenna. Accordingly, we decline to add an antenna identification number to Appendix B where the petition indicates the station will be operating omnidirectionally and our database indicates that the station is authorized for an omnidirectional antenna.

    2. Other Requests 108. WBOY, Clarksburg, WV. We deny the request of West Virginia

      Media Holdings, LLC (``WVMH''), licensee of WBOY, channel 12 and the permittee of WBOY-DT, channel 52, Clarksburg, WV. WBOY-DT was allotted channel 12 in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. WVMH notes that in the

      Seventh R&O the Commission allotted technical facilities for WMFD-DT,

      Channel 12,

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      Mansfield, Ohio, that WVMH claims will cause interference to WBOY-DT at

      ``levels many times in excess of the applicable 0.1 percent limit on new interference.'' In the Seventh R&O, Mid-State Television, Inc. (Mid

      State) had requested that its allotment for WMFD-DT be modified to specify facilities it had included in an April 2005 amendment to its maximization application. The Commission approved this change, allotted

      Channel 12 for WMFD-DT, and acknowledged that this modification would result in 0.44 percent interference to WBOY-DT. The Commission explained that this allotment was ``the result of a negotiated solution with Canada to resolve international coordination issues.'' The

      Commission also found that WVMH had not filed comments opposing WMFD's proposed change to Appendix B.'' 109. In its Petition for Reconsideration, WVMH argues that it had no notice that WBOY-DT might be adversely affected by this change. WVMH argues that the increase in ERP from 13 kW to 14 kW is not essential to the Canadian concurrence with the WMFD-DT allotment facilities. WVMH maintains it was Mid State's amendment to include a directional antenna that resolved the Canadian concerns. WVMH submits an engineering statement and claims that the excessive interference caused to WBOY-DT can be reduced. 110. In its opposition, Mid State states that WVMH's petition for reconsideration ``raises no issues not previously considered fully by the Commission, nor does it provide any support for reversal of the

      Commission's considered decision in this matter.'' Mid State argues that the public interest and equities support maintaining the WMFD-DT allotment due to Canadian concurrence and ``the limited impact of the projected interference alleged.'' 111. We agree that WVMH's petition fails to demonstrate error in our previous decision. Nor does WVMH's petition raise any new issues or evidence not previously considered. In the Seventh R&O, we found that the public interest would be served by allotting the changed facilities for WMFD-DT. We continue to believe that this was the correct allotment for this station. Stations like WMFD-DT face international coordination issues that provide unique challenges in completing the digital transition. Resolving border area conflicts often involves compromises and multiple adjustments. WVMH's petition for reconsideration is denied. 112. KPRY, Pierre, SD. We grant the request of Hoak Media, LLC

      (``Hoak''), licensee of KPRY, channel 4, and KPRY-DT, channel 19,

      Pierre, SD, which was allotted channel 19 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. In that Order, the

      Commission grouped station requests into several categories before acting upon them. The Commission placed KPRY-DT in Category 1 along with other stations proposing to modify their certified facilities to match their authorized or constructed facilities. Hoak claims that

      KPRY-DT should have been grouped in Category 2 along with stations that anticipate filing a request for change to their station's parameters in the future, but that did not yet have all of the information necessary to request such a change. On reconsideration, we grant KPRY-DT's request for Appendix B facilities of 1000 kW and 378 m HAAT. Hoak may submit an application to specify a lower power and antenna height as noted in its comments. 113. KFJX, Pittsburg, KS. We grant the petition for partial reconsideration filed by KFJX. Surtsey Media, LLC (``Surtsey''), licensee of analog singleton station KFJX, channel 14, Pittsburg, KS, was allotted channel 13 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. In that Order, the Commission granted KFJX's request to change its TCD from 14 to 13. Surtsey filed a petition for reconsideration requesting that Appendix B be revised to match the facilities of KOAM, a related station in the Pittsburg, KS market with which KFJX currently shares facilities. 114. According to Surtsey, it requested the change in TCD in part because of interference issues on channel 14 and in part because it has the opportunity to acquire the channel 13 facilities of KOAM-DT in

      Pittsburg, which is moving off of channel 13 to another channel post- transition. Surtsey argues that permitting KFJX to take over the facilities of an existing, operating DTV station is consistent with the

      Commission's goal of facilitating a smooth, efficient transition as otherwise Surtsey would have to acquire new equipment to install at its currently specified site while KOAM would have to discard its equipment once the transition occurs. Instead, Surtsey requests that its digital allotment be modified to reflect the existing KOAM-DT facilities.

      Surtsey acknowledges, however, that the non-directional KOAM antenna at the requested power would extend the KFJX-DT signal beyond the KFJX analog footprint, thereby violating the filing freeze. Surtsey's petition states that it would accept modifications to Appendix B for

      KFJX to specify the KOAM antenna site, antenna type and antenna height but at a reduced power in order to shrink the resulting service area into the KFJX analog footprint. Surtsey states that it would accept this restriction on its initial digital allotment as long as it was permitted to increase its power prior to February 17, 2009 (the final digital transition date) to the level currently utilized by KOAM. 115. We agree that public interest considerations warrant granting

      Surtsey's request to change Appendix B for KFJX to specify the KOAM antenna site, antenna height, and antenna type. Specification of these parameters will permit Surtsey to utilize the KOAM equipment, thereby facilitating the transition for KFJX. We will therefore grant Surtsey's request for the exact coordinates, antenna type, and height, which are currently used by KOAM for its antenna. We agree with Surtsey that these parameters will allow KFJX to operate using KOAM's facility, thus speeding the transition process, reducing costs, and eliminating the need for new equipment or coordination with tower crews. Surtsey's petition reflects the licensee's appreciation that, at this time,

      Appendix B will specify an ERP that will maintain the station's coverage area within its analog coverage area. Moreover, as the

      Commission concluded in the Third DTV Periodic Review Report and Order, and as noted in Surtsey's petition, the Commission is not lifting the filing freeze at this stage in the transition for any stations. We are, however, expecting that the freeze will be lifted later this year to enable Surtsey to apply to increase the ERP for KFJX. As Surtsey's

      Petition recognizes, to waive the freeze now to permit KFJX to increase power before the filing freeze is lifted for all stations, would permit

      Surtsey to step ahead of other stations that are waiting for the proper time to request to maximize. Indeed, there are other stations that are moving to a channel vacated by another station that would like to immediately operate the facilities of the existing station. (discussion of KCBS, Los Angeles, CA). As discussed above, to permit such a step would expand these stations' coverage, unfairly disadvantaging other stations in these markets that would like to expand on their existing stations. 116. Surtsey need not wait until the freeze is lifted to request expanded coverage. Stations that are moving to a different channel, as

      KFJX is doing, may file now to request a waiver of the freeze for up to five miles, where, as here, the increase is necessary to better serve current analog viewers, and where the modification would not cause more than

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      0.5 percent new interference to any other station. Thus, KFJX, and other similarly situated stations may build upon the changes we have made to the Appendix B facilities to apply for larger area. 117. WSJV, Elkhart, IN. We grant the petition for reconsideration filed on behalf of WSJV. WSJV Television, Inc. (``WSJV''), licensee of

      WSJV, channel 28, and WSJV-TV, channel 58, was allotted channel 28 for post-transition operations in the DTV Table in the Seventh R&O. In that

      Order, the Commission revised Appendix B for WSJV to conform to that stations' DTV authorization on channel 58. WSJV filed a petition for reconsideration requesting that the Commission instead revise Appendix

      B to permit the station to use the existing directional antenna system of its analog facility. WSJV explains that, when the original DTV Table was created, an inaccuracy in the orientation of the directional antenna system that existed on WSJV's analog license prior to December 1999 was carried over to the station's associated digital channel 58 allotment. The station subsequently resolved the inaccuracy in the station's analog antenna orientation on the analog license, but could not eliminate the discrepancy that was built into the original DTV

      Table. WSJV elected to return to its in-core analog channel for post- transition use and, based on its certification of replication, the

      Commission relied on the initial channel 58 allotment parameters to compute the WSJV facilities on channel 28 on Appendix B. These facilities were therefore based on the incorrect antenna pattern rotation. 118. We will change Appendix B for WSJV to reflect the correct antenna pattern rotation. Those changes are reflected on Appendix B, herein.

  4. Eighth Report and Order 119. In the 8th FNPRM we sought comment on tentative channel designations (``TCDs'') and technical facilities for three new permittees that had recently attained permittee status. We also identified a number of other revisions to the DTV Table and Appendix B advanced by commenters in either reply comments or late-filed comments to the Seventh Further Notice, and we analyzed these revisions and submitted proposals upon which we invited public comment. 120. As we stated in the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order, stations that need to request authority to construct or modify their post-transition facilities must file construction permit (CP) or modification applications. In that Order and in a recently adopted

    Public Notice, the Commission established the deadlines and procedures for filing such applications. These deadlines and procedures apply to the stations discussed below that have been granted a post-transition allotment herein.

    1. New Permittees 121. The Commission established a separate pleading cycle in the

      Eighth Further Notice to give interested parties an opportunity for comment on three new permittees that had recently attained permittee status. We now adopt our proposals to the extent they are unopposed. 122. Entravision Holdings, LLC, Pueblo, CO. We found that post- transition operations for Entravision on channel 48 in Pueblo would create no additional interference, and we proposed channel 48 as this station's TCD. We received no comments in response to this proposal and accordingly will now grant the modification to the post-transition DTV

      Table and Appendix B to reflect this new allotment. 123. Northwest Television, Inc., Galesburg, IL. With respect to new permittee Northwest Television in Galesburg, IL, our engineering analysis determined that channel 8 was the best available post- transition channel because this channel created no new interference to the TCD of any other full-power station, and the only interference was received by Class A Station WQFL-CA, Rockford, IL. However, WQFL had an application for a minor modification to its license pending, the grant of which eliminated the interference from channel 8 but necessitated a waiver of the filing freeze. In order to locate an interference-free post-transition channel for Galesburg, we proposed to grant WQFL-CA a waiver of the filing freeze and to grant the WQFL-CA modification application, thereby resolving any potential interference. We received no comments with respect to either of these proposals, and accordingly we will make the necessary adjustments to the DTV Table and Appendix B. 124. Richland Reserve, Greeley, CO. Although Richland Reserve was allotted channel 45 for pre-transition digital operation our analysis indicated that, post-transition, channel 45 for Richland in Greeley would have caused 0.3 percent new interference. Therefore, we proposed channel 49 as the TCD of Richland. Richland contests our proposal, and in its comment it requests that the DTV Table be amended to specify DTV channel 38 as its post-transition TCD instead of channel 49. Richland asserts that, because the Eighth Further Notice proposed channel 48 as the TCD for Entravision Holdings, LLC, in Pueblo, Colorado (analog channel 48), the channel 48 TCD for Entravision will receive 0.8 percent interference from the Commission's currently proposed 49 TCD for Richland. Richland points out that using its substitute proposal of channel 38 as its TCD will eliminate all interference concerns, and that it would file a construction permit to reflect this change. The

      Commission has determined that Richland's proposed use of channel 38 is acceptable, and we will make the necessary adjustments to the DTV Table and Appendix B.

    2. Late Filed Requests for Changes to the Table of Allotments and

      Appendix B 125. Several stations filed late requests after the close of the reply comment period of the Seventh FNPRM, seeking revisions to the proposed DTV Table and Appendix B. Where the proposed changes to the

      DTV Table and/or Appendix B could affect other stations, we determined that it was appropriate to seek public comment on these late requests. 1. Requests To Make Changes That Meet the Interference Criteria 126. We stated in the Seventh R&O that we would permit stations to change their facility certifications (FCC Form 381), and thus our post- transition DTV Table Appendix B, where such stations have demonstrated that such modification of their facilities would conform to licensed or authorized facilities and where the proposed change to the Appendix B facilities either met the 0.1 percent interference criterion or the station affected agreed to accept the interference. We proposed two such changes in the Eighth Further Notice. The request of Fox

      Television Stations of Philadelphia, Inc. has been withdrawn, and we grant the other request. 127. WDCA, Washington, DC. Fox Television Stations, Inc.,

      (``Fox''), licensee of station WDCA-TV, channel 20, and WDCA-DT, channel 35, Washington, DC, received channel 35 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. Fox filed late comments requesting that the

      Commission modify Appendix B to reflect WDCA's actual, authorized facilities. WDCA-DT has a CP that specifies facilities at its main studio where WDCA-DT is currently ``located, authorized and operating,'' and WDCA-DT has applied for a license to cover that CP. As noted by Fox, previous engineering analysis had indicated that this location and these parameters caused no impermissible interference,

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      and the Commission proposed granting this request. As no comments were received in response, the Commission will adjust Appendix B accordingly to reflect WDCA's authorized facilities. 2. Requests for Modified Coverage Area 128. As we explained in the Seventh R&O, we have granted requests of stations whose post-transition DTV channel is different from their pre-transition DTV channel, who are returning to their analog channel for post-transition operations, and whose proposed Appendix B facilities would not permit them to replicate their station's analog grade B contour, or who are seeking changes to specific parameters to permit these stations to serve more of the area served by the station's analog facilities. In response to such comments, we recalculated

      Appendix B facilities for stations based on replicating their analog coverage which was used to determine their initial DTV facilities, and typically granted the benefit of the larger coverage area resulting from our calculations, whether that turned out to be the station's initially proposed Appendix B facility, or the larger coverage area resulting from our calculations provided our interference standards were met. This process was designed to meet our goal for ensuring that audiences previously served by stations continued to receive those stations. We applied this methodology below and grant the request with respect to KOAM. 129. KOAM, Pittsburg, KS. Saga Quad States Communications

      (``Saga''), licensee of station KOAM-TV, channel 7, and KOAM-DT, channel 13, Pittsburg, KS, received channel 7 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. In a comment to the Seventh FNPRM, Saga proposed parameter changes in order to more closely replicate its analog Grade B contour than it was capable of doing with its current Appendix B parameters. Having analyzed Saga's request and recalculated its

      Appendix B facilities based upon replicating the analog coverage that was used to determine KOAM-DT's initial DTV facilities, we solicited comments on our proposal to grant Saga's request and to adjust KOAM's facilities in Appendix B. In comments filed in response to the Eighth

      FNPRM, Saga supports the Commission's proposal, and no reply comment has been filed. Accordingly, we will make the proposed change to

      Appendix B. 3. Requests for Alternative Channel Assignments 130. We grant the requests of four stations for alternative channel assignments in conformance with the standards set out in the Seventh

      FNPRM. The Commission in that Notice stated that licensees that want to change their DTV allotment, but which are not in any of the specified acceptable categories (i.e., are technically able to construct their full, authorized DTV facilities on their existing TCD) may request a change in allotment only after the DTV Table is finalized and must do so through the existing allotment procedures. Those requests for an alternative channel assignment that we can consider must either meet the 0.1 percent additional interference standard or be accompanied by a request for a waiver of the 0.1 percent limit or the signed written consent of the affected licensee. The Commission stated that it would grant waivers of the 0.1 percent limit where doing so would promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. 131. Adoption of stations' channel change requests may not mean that we are adopting every parameter requested by the station. Stations should file the necessary applications for a construction permit in light of the procedures adopted in the Third DTV Periodic Report and

      Order to finalize parameters with respect to their build-out on their new channel. 132. KOLO, Reno, NV. Gray Television Licensee, Inc. (``Gray''), licensee of station KOLO-TV, channel 8, and KOLO-DT, channel 9, Reno,

      NV, received channel 9 for its TCD in the proposed DTV table. Gray filed a late request that KOLO's TCD be changed to permit it to operate post-transition on its NTSC channel 8 due to concerns that its antenna was optimized for channel 8. We proposed granting this request upon finding no additional interference from the proposed change. In a comment filed in response to our Eighth FNPRM, KOLO supports the

      Commission's proposal and, as no other comments were filed, we will make the approved change to Appendix B and the DTV Table to reflect

      KOLO's facilities on channel 8. 133. WEHT, Evansville, IN. Gilmore Broadcasting Corp.

      (``Gilmore''), licensee of station WEHT, channel 25, and WEHT-DT, channel 59, Evansville, IN, received channel 25 for its TCD. Gilmore filed reply comments to the Seventh FNPRM requesting a change in its

      TCD to channel 7 and adjustment to its parameters on Appendix B, and we proposed granting this request upon finding no additional interference from the proposed change. Gilmore filed comments supporting the proposed change and no other comments were filed. Accordingly we will make the necessary change to the DTV Table and Appendix B to reflect the change in WEHT's use of channel 7 facilities. 134. KTRV, Nampa, ID. Idaho Independent Television, Inc. (``IIT''), licensee of KTRV-TV, and KTRV-DT, Nampa, ID, received channel 12 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. IIT filed comments seeking to retain its existing DTV facilities and requesting revision to Appendix B to reflect that retention, but also seeking a channel change to 13 as its new TCD as well as an antenna ID change. We proposed to grant IIT's request after studying KTRV's post-transition operation on channel 13.

      IIT filed comments and reply comments, both supporting the Commission's proposal and yet asking for a change in antenna ID number and no reply or opposition was filed. We shall therefore substitute channel 13 for channel 12 as the TCD for post-transition use by KTRV-DT in both the

      DTV Table and Appendix B. We note that the lack of an antenna ID in

      Appendix B for KTRV indicates that KTRV is not using a directional antenna, which is consistent with our records for this station.

      Therefore, we are continuing not to specify an antenna ID for this station. 135. WUOA, Tuscaloosa, AL. The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama (``the University''), singleton licensee of analog station

      WUOA, channel 23, Tuscaloosa, AL, received 23 as its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. The University filed a Supplement to its Comments in June 2007, seeking a change to a low VHF channel 4 or channel 6 post-transition allotment with new coordinates and parameters due to limited resources of the University. In the alternative, the University had sought replication facilities on channel 4 or 6. We proposed replication facilities for WUOA on channel 6 as this showed no additional interference. The University filed comments supporting the proposed replication facility on channel 6, but seeking a correction to its azimuthal pattern through utilization of a non-directional antenna.

      No other comments were filed and we grant the University's request and make the necessary changes to the DTV Table and Appendix B to reflect the facilities on channel 6. We have corrected the tabulation of antenna ID 80096 to eliminate the incorrect null at N 100.0[deg] E and have substituted the correct relative field value of 0.717. However, we deny the University's request for a change in its technical parameters to reflect use of a non-directional antenna. The University can request use of a non-directional antenna when it files its

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      application in accordance with the Third DTV Periodic Report and Order. 4. Other Requests 136. WPCW, Jeannette, PA. We adopt the proposed channel change for

      WPCW. CBS Corporation (``CBS''), parent company of the licensee of

      WPCW, channel 19, and applicant for construction permit for a DTV station on channel 49, Jeannette, PA, received channel 49 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. The licensee of WPCW is Pittsburgh

      Television Station WPCW, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of CBS. In comments filed in response to the Seventh Further Notice, CBS requested an adjustment in Appendix B to reflect a change in parameters approved by the Commission in its 2006 decision substituting channel 49 for 30 as WPCW's digital frequency and reallocating channel 49 from Johnstown,

      PA to Jeannette, PA. Larry L. Schrecongost (``Schrecongost''), licensee of Class A television Station WLLS-CA, channel 49, Indiana, PA, had opposed the CBS request and argued that the proposed DTV Table should have specified channel 30 rather than channel 49 for WPCW because operation on channel 49 would have caused interference to WLLS-CA in violation of the Community Broadcasters Protection Act of 1999. The

      Commission found that WPCW's operations on channel 49 would have caused impermissible interference to two stations and, to resolve the dispute, we proposed to allot channel 11 to WPCW with the site location specified in the 2006 Report and Order. In a comment filed in response to the Eighth Further Notice, CBS supports the proposal to allot it channel 11, and accordingly, we will make the requisite changes to the

      DTV Table and Appendix B to reflect CBS's facilities on this new channel and site. 137. WGNO & WNOL, New Orleans, LA. We grant the request of Tribune and adopt the proposed changes for WGNO and WNOL. Tribune Broadcasting

      Co. (``Tribune'') is licensee of station WGNO, channel 26, and permittee of WGNO-DT, channel 15, New Orleans, LA, which received channel 26 for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table, and licensee of station WNOL, channel 38, and permittee of WNOL-DT, channel 40, New

      Orleans, LA, which received channel 15 for its TCD in the proposed DTV

      Table. Tribune filed reply comments to the Seventh Further Notice stating that the analog and digital transmission facilities of both of these stations had been destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. After seeking alternative locations for its DTV operations, Tribune subsequently filed late comments requesting that the DTV allotments and technical parameters for the channels be changed to reflect new operations from the transmitter site of station WDSU, with which it proposed to share an antenna. We considered Tribune's request and found that the proposed parameters, while not causing impermissible interference, would have exceeded WGNO and WNOL's respective authorized contours, in violation of the filing freeze. Nevertheless, in light of the circumstances resulting from Hurricane Katrina, we proposed to waive the freeze and substitute the technical parameters requested by Tribune for these stations. Tribune filed comments supporting our proposal, and as no replies or objections were filed, we therefore will modify Appendix B accordingly.

  5. Procedural Matters

    1. Memorandum Opinion and Order on Reconsideration 1. Regulatory Flexibility Act 138. Appendix E sets forth the Supplemental Final Regulatory

      Flexibility Analysis for the MO&OR on Reconsideration, as required by the Regulatory Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended. 2. Paperwork Reduction Act 139. The MO&OR was analyzed with respect to the Paperwork Reduction

      Act of 1995 (``PRA'') and does not contain any information collection requirements. 3. Congressional Review Act 140. The Commission will include a copy of the MO&OR in a report to be sent to Congress and the General Accounting Office pursuant to the

      Congressional Review Act. 4. Accessible Formats 141. To request information in accessible formats (computer diskettes, large print, audio recording, and Braille), send an e-mail to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the FCC's Consumer and Governmental Affairs

      Bureau at (202) 418-0530 (voice), (202) 418-0432 (TTY). This document can also be downloaded in Word and Portable Document Format (PDF) at: http://www.fcc.gov.

    2. Eighth Report and Order 1. Regulatory Flexibility Act 142. Appendix G sets forth the Supplemental Final Regulatory

      Flexibility Analysis for the Eighth R&O, as required by the Regulatory

      Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended. 2. Paperwork Reduction Act 143. The Eighth R&O was analyzed with respect to the Paperwork

      Reduction Act of 1995 (``PRA'') and does not contain any information collection requirements. 3. Congressional Review Act 144. The Commission will include a copy of this Eighth R&O in a report to be sent to Congress and the General Accounting Office pursuant to the Congressional Review Act.

  6. Ordering Clauses 145. It is ordered that, pursuant to the authority contained in sections 1, 4(i) and (j), 7, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337 of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C 151, 154(i) and (j), 157, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337, the MO&OR of the Seventh R&O and Eighth R&O IS ADOPTED. 146. It is further ordered that pursuant to the authority contained in Sections 1, 2, 4(i), 303, 303a, 303b, and 307 of the Communications

    Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C. 151, 152, 154(i), 303, 303a, 303b, and 307, the

    Commission's rules are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix A. 147. It is further ordered that the rules as revised in Appendix A shall be effective upon publication of this MO&OR of the Seventh R&O and Eighth R&O in the Federal Register. We find good cause for the rules adopted herein to be effective March 21, 2008 to ensure that full power television stations can meet the statutory deadline for transitioning to all-digital service. 148. It is further ordered that the petitions for reconsideration or clarification listed in Appendix C are granted to the extent provided herein and otherwise are denied. 149. It is further ordered that the Commission's Consumer and

    Governmental Affairs Bureau, Reference Information Center, shall send a copy of the O&OR and Eighth R&O, including the Supplemental Final

    Regulatory Flexibility Analysis and Final Regulatory Flexibility

    Analysis, to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business

    Administration. 150. It is further ordered that the Commission shall send a copy of this MO&OR and Eighth R&O in a report to be sent to Congress and the

    General Accounting Office pursuant to the Congressional Review Act, see 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A).

    List of Subjects in 47 CFR Part 73

    Television.

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    Federal Communications Commission.

    William F. Caton,

    Deputy Secretary.

    Final Rules 0

    For the reasons discussed in the preamble, the Federal Communications

    Commission amends 47 part 73 as follows:

    PART 73--RADIO BROADCAST SERVICES 0 1. The authority citation for part 73 continues to read as follows:

    Authority: 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 334, 336 and 339. 0 2. Section 73.622(i) is amended by revising the entries for

    ``Tuscaloosa, AL,'' ``Fairbanks, AK,'' ``Pueblo, CO,'' ``Nampa, ID,''

    ``Sun Valley, ID,'' ``Evansville, IN,'' ``Wichita, KS,'' ``Vicksburg,

    MS,'' ``Reno, NV,'' ``Lima, OH,'' ``Jeannette, PA,'' ``Lead, SD,''

    ``Kingsport, TN,'' and ``Eagle Pass, TX'' and by adding entries for

    ``Greeley, CO'' and ``Galesburg, IL,'' in the DTV Table to read as follows:

    Sec. 73.622 Digital television table of allotments.

    * * * * *

    (i) * * *

    Community

    Channel No.

    ALABAMA

    * * * * *

    Tuscaloosa............................................

    6, 33

    * * * * *

    ALASKA

    * * * * *

    Fairbanks.............................................

    7, *9, 18, 26

    * * * * *

    COLORADO

    * * * * *

    Greeley...............................................

    38

    * * * * *

    Pueblo................................................

    *8, 42, 48

    * * * * *

    IDAHO

    * * * * *

    Nampa.................................................

    13, 24

    * * * * *

    Sun Valley............................................

    5

    * * * * *

    ILLINOIS

    * * * * *

    Galesburg.............................................

    8

    * * * * *

    INDIANA

    * * * * *

    Evansville............................................ 7, *9, 28, 45, 46

    * * * * *

    KANSAS

    * * * * *

    Wichita............................................... 10, 19, 26, 45

    * * * * *

    MISSISSIPPI

    * * * * *

    Vicksburg.............................................

    41

    * * * * *

    NEVADA

    * * * * *

    Reno.................................................. 7, 8, 13, *15, 20, 26, 44

    * * * * *

    OHIO

    * * * * *

    Lima..................................................

    8, 44

    * * * * *

    PENNSYLVANIA

    * * * * *

    Jeannette.............................................

    11

    * * * * *

    SOUTH DAKOTA

    * * * * *

    Lead..................................................

    5, 10

    * * * * *

    TENNESSEE

    * * * * *

    Kingsport.............................................

    27

    * * * * *

    TEXAS

    * * * * *

    Eagle Pass............................................

    24

    * * * * *

    Note: The following Appendices will not appear in the Code of

    Federal Regulations:

    Appendix B--DTV Table of Allotments Information

    Appendix C--List of Petitions for Reconsideration, Oppositions, and

    Replies

    Appendix D1--Granted Requests for Minor Adjustments

    Appendix D2--Granted Requests for Changes to Certification That Meet the Interference Criteria

    Appendix D3--Granted Requests for Modified Coverage Area

    Appendix D4--Granted Requests for Alternative Channel Assignments

    Appendix D5--Stations Requesting Changes That Should Be Requested In

    An Application

    Appendix E--Supplemental Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis

    Appendix F--Eighth Report and Order List of Comments and Replies

    Appendix G--Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis

    Appendix B.--DTV Table of Allotments Information

    DTV

    NTSC DTV DTV ERP DTV

    DTV

    DTV

    DTV

    DTV area population

    DTV %

    Facility ID

    State

    City

    chan chan

    (kW)

    HAAT antenna latitude longitude

    (sq km)

    interference

    (m)

    ID

    (DDMMSS) (DDDMMSS)

    (thousand)

    received

    21488.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    5

    5

    45 277 .........

    612010

    1493046

    45353

    348

    0 804............ AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    7

    8

    50 240

    77186

    612522

    1495220

    26532

    317

    0 10173.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    2

    10

    21 240

    67943

    612522

    1495220

    22841

    317

    0 13815.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    13

    12

    41 240

    65931

    612522

    1495220

    25379

    317

    0 35655.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    4

    20

    234

    55

    74791

    611311

    1495324

    10885

    302

    0 83503.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    9

    26

    1000 212

    74792

    610402

    1494436

    23703

    323

    0

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    49632.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    11

    28

    28.9

    61

    73156

    611133

    1495401

    7254

    292

    0 25221.......... AK......... ANCHORAGE...........

    33

    32

    50

    33

    74793

    610957

    1494102

    8943

    287

    0 4983........... AK......... BETHEL..............

    4

    3

    1

    61 .........

    604733

    1614622

    10324

    9

    0 64597.......... AK......... FAIRBANKS...........

    7

    7

    3.2 214

    74449

    645520

    1474255

    11355

    82

    0 69315.......... AK......... FAIRBANKS...........

    9

    9

    3.2 152

    80229

    645442

    1474638

    6873

    82

    0 13813.......... AK......... FAIRBANKS...........

    2

    18

    16 230 .........

    645520

    1474249

    10344

    82

    0 49621.......... AK......... FAIRBANKS...........

    11

    26

    52

    1

    84814

    645036

    1474248

    5216

    81

    0 8651........... AK......... JUNEAU..............

    3

    10

    1

    1 .........

    581756

    1342407

    4249

    30

    0 13814.......... AK......... JUNEAU..............

    8

    11

    0.14

    1 .........

    581805

    1342626

    2239

    30

    1.1 60520.......... AK......... KETCHIKAN...........

    4

    13

    3.2

    1

    29997

    552059

    1314012

    4355

    15

    0 20015.......... AK......... NORTH POLE..........

    4

    20

    50

    5 .........

    644532

    1471926

    6209

    82

    0 60519.......... AK......... SITKA...............

    13

    7

    3.2

    1

    80181

    570301

    1352004

    6048

    8

    0 56642.......... AL......... ANNISTON............

    40

    9

    15.6 359

    39744

    333624

    862503

    24554

    1437

    6.6 71325.......... AL......... BESSEMER............

    17

    18

    350 675

    44013

    332851

    872403

    37533

    1549

    1.4 717............ AL......... BIRMINGHAM..........

    10

    10

    3 426 .........

    332904

    864825

    22733

    1363

    5 74173.......... AL......... BIRMINGHAM..........

    13

    13

    17.7 408

    84859

    332926

    864748

    31722

    1652

    2 5360........... AL......... BIRMINGHAM..........

    42

    30

    1000 426

    43265

    332904

    864825

    31006

    1687

    0.4 16820.......... AL......... BIRMINGHAM..........

    68

    36

    885 406

    68103

    332904

    864825

    28264

    1553

    1.1 71221.......... AL......... BIRMINGHAM..........

    6

    50

    1000 420

    74797

    332919

    864758

    33118

    1692

    0.9 720............ AL......... DEMOPOLIS...........

    41

    19

    1000 324

    60739

    322145

    875204

    26322

    330

    6.5 43846.......... AL......... DOTHAN..............

    18

    21

    1000 205 .........

    311425

    851843

    23559

    436

    0 4152........... AL......... DOTHAN..............

    4

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    607............ AR......... PINE BLUFF..........

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    0 35587.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 59440.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 41223.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 40993.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 68886.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 35705.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 81458.......... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0.1 7143........... AZ......... PHOENIX.............

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    0 35811.......... AZ......... PRESCOTT............

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    0.2 44052.......... AZ......... TUCSON..............

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    0 2731........... AZ......... TUCSON..............

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    322455

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    45415

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    0 48663.......... AZ......... TUCSON..............

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    326

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    74806

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    28310

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    71423

    341335

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    0.2 40878.......... CA......... BAKERSFIELD.........

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    0 34459.......... CA......... BAKERSFIELD.........

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    24592

    992

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    343634

    1171711

    27479

    1578

    0 83825.......... CA......... BISHOP..............

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    16923

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    318

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    28699

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    0 24508.......... CA......... CHICO...............

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    395730

    1214248

    25916

    597

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    1452

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    149

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    0 42640.......... CA......... EUREKA..............

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    17975

    118

    0 58618.......... CA......... EUREKA..............

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    15820

    121

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    38696

    142

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    33624

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    0.2 8620........... CA......... FRESNO..............

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    67432

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    1191651

    29501

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    28070

    1509

    0 4328........... CA......... HUNTINGTON BEACH....

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    65049

    341335

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    35188

    15139

    0 35608.......... CA......... LONG BEACH..........

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    2.8 282............ CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    0 22208.......... CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    0.1 33742.......... CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    0.2 35123.......... CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    0 38430.......... CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    13992

    1 26231.......... CA......... LOS ANGELES.........

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    Page 15305

    58609.......... CA......... MODESTO.............

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    0 35611.......... CA......... MONTEREY............

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    42.1 26249.......... CA......... MONTEREY............

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    761

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    28688

    380900

    1223531

    15940

    5258

    3 35703.......... CA......... OAKLAND.............

    2

    44

    811 433

    74637

    374519

    1222706

    23024

    6336

    0 60549.......... CA......... ONTARIO.............

    46

    29

    400 937

    68117

    341336

    1180359

    32847

    14976

    1 56384.......... CA......... OXNARD..............

    63

    24

    85 533

    40843

    341949

    1190124

    16934

    2418

    38.4 25577.......... CA......... PALM SPRINGS........

    42

    42

    50 219

    72090

    335158

    1162602

    7331

    372

    4.4 16749.......... CA......... PALM SPRINGS........

    36

    46

    50 207

    74811

    335200

    1162556

    7220

    371

    0 58605.......... CA......... PARADISE............

    30

    20

    661 448

    27908

    395750

    1214238

    23929

    576

    0 35512.......... CA......... PORTERVILLE.........

    61

    48

    197 804

    38116

    361714

    1185017

    27716

    1741

    0 55083.......... CA......... RANCHO PALOS VERDES.

    44

    51

    1000 937

    65079

    341335

    1180357

    33638

    15007

    0 8291........... CA......... REDDING.............

    7

    7

    11.6 1106

    74504

    403610

    1223900

    38353

    371

    0.1 47285.......... CA......... REDDING.............

    9

    9

    9.69 1097

    74412

    403609

    1223901

    37993

    370

    1.4 22161.......... CA......... RIVERSIDE...........

    62

    45

    670 907

    74510

    341250

    1180340

    31637

    15069

    0 35855.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    6

    9

    19.2 567

    74604

    381618

    1213018

    34662

    5980

    2.7 25048.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    10

    10

    22.3 595

    84845

    381424

    1213003

    38949

    6597

    0 51499.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    31

    21

    850 581 .........

    381554

    1212924

    39963

    6384

    0 33875.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    3

    35

    1000 591

    74812

    381554

    1212924

    37884

    5024

    17.7 10205.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    40

    40

    765 581

    70334

    381618

    1213018

    31502

    4587

    4.2 52953.......... CA......... SACRAMENTO..........

    29

    48

    1000 489

    44981

    381554

    1212924

    30324

    4218

    1.1 19653.......... CA......... SALINAS.............

    8

    8

    19.2 736

    70343

    364523

    1213005

    28304

    2557

    14.9 14867.......... CA......... SALINAS.............

    35

    13

    19.8 720

    44925

    364522

    1213006

    23793

    1122

    49.2 58795.......... CA......... SAN BERNARDINO......

    24

    26

    475 510 .........

    335757

    1171705

    20569

    13293

    0 58978.......... CA......... SAN BERNARDINO......

    30

    38

    1000 909

    46152

    341246

    1180341

    23330

    14414

    0.1 42122.......... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    8

    8

    14.9 226

    80224

    325017

    1171456

    24515

    3087

    0.2 40876.......... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    10

    10

    11 205

    74985

    325020

    1171456

    19575

    2948

    0.7 10238.......... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    51

    18

    355 576

    39587

    324150

    1165604

    29082

    2910

    3.5 58827.......... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    69

    19

    323 598

    65036

    324147

    1165607

    29443

    3106

    0.2 6124........... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    15

    30

    350 567

    33507

    324153

    1165603

    27819

    3013

    0.3 35277.......... CA......... SAN DIEGO...........

    39

    40

    370 563

    68010

    324148

    1165606

    26970

    2968

    0.3 34470.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    7

    7

    21 509

    74465

    374520

    1222705

    32516

    6516

    7.3 51189.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    20

    19

    383 418

    19024

    374519

    1222706

    22989

    6360

    1 37511.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    26

    27

    500 403

    67202

    374112

    1222603

    21218

    6116

    1.8 25452.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    5

    29

    1000 506

    74813

    374520

    1222705

    36730

    7115

    0 35500.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    9

    30

    709 509

    74814

    374519

    1222706

    33404

    6593

    4.7 43095.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    32

    33

    50 491

    74815

    374520

    1222705

    16151

    5924

    0.1 65526.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    4

    38

    712 446

    74655

    374519

    1222706

    23165

    6338

    1.4 71586.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    38

    39

    1000 428

    29544

    374519

    1222706

    24293

    6266

    4 69619.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    44

    45

    400 446

    27801

    374519

    1222706

    19753

    6005

    2.9 33778.......... CA......... SAN FRANCISCO.......

    14

    51

    476 701

    28493

    372957

    1215216

    19534

    6377

    0.1 35280.......... CA......... SAN JOSE............

    11

    12

    103 377

    64426

    374107

    1222601

    36145

    6703

    0.1 34564.......... CA......... SAN JOSE............

    36

    36

    740 668

    74585

    372917

    1215159

    28576

    6601

    4.5 22644.......... CA......... SAN JOSE............

    65

    41

    1000 418

    60706

    374115

    1222601

    23495

    6250

    3.3 64987.......... CA......... SAN JOSE............

    48

    49

    257 688

    38067

    372957

    1215216

    21071

    6083

    1.5 35663.......... CA......... SAN JOSE............

    54

    50

    290 662

    34197

    372917

    1215159

    16608

    6021

    1.7 19654.......... CA......... SAN LUIS OBISPO.....

    6

    15

    1000 515

    28386

    352137

    1203918

    30360

    439

    0 12930.......... CA......... SAN LUIS OBISPO.....

    33

    34

    82 441

    44369

    352138

    1203921

    18410

    410

    0.2 58912.......... CA......... SAN MATEO...........

    60

    43

    536 428

    44617

    374519

    1222706

    20821

    6089

    2.4 59013.......... CA......... SANGER..............

    59

    36

    372 600

    43974

    370437

    1192601

    27078

    1440

    0 67884.......... CA......... SANTA ANA...........

    40

    23

    50 900

    39876

    341327

    1180344

    21304

    13620

    5.6 12144.......... CA......... SANTA BARBARA.......

    38

    21

    1000 923

    33205

    343128

    1195735

    36089

    1343

    0 60637.......... CA......... SANTA BARBARA.......

    3

    27

    699 917

    74818

    343132

    1195728

    42055

    1299

    2.1 63165.......... CA......... SANTA MARIA.........

    12

    19

    188 591

    74819

    345437

    1201108

    26167

    413

    0 34440.......... CA......... SANTA ROSA..........

    50

    32

    19.9 928

    72086

    384010

    1223752

    18189

    742

    4.5 56550.......... CA......... STOCKTON............

    13

    25

    1000 594

    32519

    381424

    1213003

    39491

    6024

    7.9 20871.......... CA......... STOCKTON............

    64

    26

    425 599

    71124

    381424

    1213003

    27821

    4135

    4.8 10242.......... CA......... STOCKTON............

    58

    46

    600 580 .........

    381554

    1212924

    32953

    4769

    10.3 16729.......... CA......... TWENTYNINE PALMS.... .....

    23

    150 784

    36709

    340217

    1164847

    20848

    1940

    44.1 51429.......... CA......... VALLEJO.............

    66

    34

    150 419

    39592

    374519

    1222706

    17320

    5876

    3.3 14000.......... CA......... VENTURA.............

    57

    49

    1000 937

    65163

    341335

    1180357

    34730

    15072

    0 51488.......... CA......... VISALIA.............

    26

    28

    219 763

    28096

    364002

    1185242

    30550

    1433

    0 16950.......... CA......... VISALIA.............

    49

    50

    185 834 .........

    361714

    1185017

    31085

    1753

    0 8214........... CA......... WATSONVILLE.........

    25

    25

    81.1 699

    70678

    364522

    1213004

    17432

    1895

    7.1 57219.......... CO......... BOULDER.............

    14

    15

    200 351

    66988

    394017

    1051306

    21679

    2934

    0 22685.......... CO......... BROOMFIELD..........

    12

    13

    34.4 730

    80221

    394055

    1052949

    33459

    3042

    0 37101.......... CO......... CASTLE ROCK.........

    53

    46

    300 178

    30026

    392557

    1043918

    13108

    2332

    0 35037.......... CO......... COLORADO SPRINGS....

    11

    10

    20.1 725

    20589

    384441

    1045141

    29268

    959

    54 35991.......... CO......... COLORADO SPRINGS....

    21

    22

    51 641

    44318

    384443

    1045140

    22342

    1109

    0 52579.......... CO......... COLORADO SPRINGS....

    13

    24

    459 652

    74820

    384445

    1045138

    30518

    2149

    0 40875.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    7

    7

    37.4 295

    74403

    394350

    1051353

    24932

    2899

    2 23074.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    9

    9

    39.6 318

    74392

    394350

    1051353

    25732

    2925

    1.8 14040.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    6

    18

    115 331

    76810

    394017

    1051306

    16903

    2641

    1.7 68581.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    20

    19

    1000 295

    44187

    394350

    1051353

    25055

    2956

    0 126............ CO......... DENVER..............

    31

    32

    1000 314

    30041

    394345

    1051412

    23205

    2875

    0 35883.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    2

    34

    1000 318 .........

    394358

    1051408

    26818

    2981

    0.2 47903.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    4

    35

    1000 373

    44452

    394351

    1051354

    25932

    2957

    0.2 20476.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    41

    40

    74.8 344 .........

    393559

    1051235

    17700

    2624

    0 68695.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    59

    43

    1000 356

    27960

    394024

    1051303

    24751

    2922

    2.9

    Page 15306

    24514.......... CO......... DENVER..............

    50

    51

    900 233

    36173

    394358

    1051408

    19718

    2711

    0 48589.......... CO......... DURANGO.............

    6

    15

    46

    90

    44437

    371546

    1075358

    8794

    91

    0 84224.......... CO......... DURANGO............. .....

    20

    46 130

    65291

    371546

    1075358

    7843

    65

    0 82613.......... CO......... DURANGO.............

    33

    33

    50 122

    75068

    371546

    1075345

    6607

    54

    0 125............ CO......... FORT COLLINS........

    22

    21

    50 233 .........

    403832

    1044905

    15477

    620

    0 70578.......... CO......... GLENWOOD SPRINGS....

    3

    23

    16.1 771

    71566

    392507

    1072206

    14435

    82

    0 70596.......... CO......... GRAND JUNCTION......

    5

    2

    0.8

    28

    29734

    390517

    1083358

    7398

    116

    0 52593.......... CO......... GRAND JUNCTION......

    8

    7

    9.7 829

    74825

    390255

    1081506

    31964

    185

    0 24766.......... CO......... GRAND JUNCTION......

    11

    12

    5.3 452

    44527

    390400

    1084445

    17978

    138

    0.3 31597.......... CO......... GRAND JUNCTION......

    4

    15

    71.5 407

    29771

    390358

    1084446

    12155

    130

    0 14042.......... CO......... GRAND JUNCTION......

    18

    18

    51.2 883

    74404

    390314

    1081513

    19336

    121

    0 166510......... CO......... GREELEY.............

    45

    38

    816 382 .........

    402448

    1041940

    32307

    2403

    0 38375.......... CO......... LONGMONT............

    25

    29

    540 379

    71598

    400559

    1045402

    24252

    2839

    0 70579.......... CO......... MONTROSE............

    10

    13

    2.6

    35

    29766

    383102

    1075112

    7576

    53

    1 69170.......... CO......... PUEBLO..............

    8

    8

    20.3 727

    74992

    384444

    1045139

    29601

    900

    56.5 59014.......... CO......... PUEBLO..............

    5

    42

    880 660

    68141

    384442

    1045139

    30727

    752

    15 166331......... CO......... PUEBLO.............. .....

    48

    50 695

    80244

    384442

    1045137

    21123

    914

    0 20373.......... CO......... STEAMBOAT SPRINGS...

    24

    10 0.481 175

    44199

    402743

    1065057

    6228

    29

    0 63158.......... CO......... STERLING............

    3

    23

    599 204 .........

    403457

    1030156

    21554

    73

    0 70493.......... CT......... BRIDGEPORT..........

    43

    42

    1000 156 .........

    412143

    730648

    18461

    5591

    1.7 13594.......... CT......... BRIDGEPORT..........

    49

    49

    50 222

    74586

    411643

    731108

    10597

    3792

    3.3 147............ CT......... HARTFORD............

    61

    31

    380 506

    66902

    414213

    724957

    23488

    3645

    16.3 53115.......... CT......... HARTFORD............

    3

    33

    1000 289

    44846

    414630

    724820

    21115

    3536

    16.1 13602.......... CT......... HARTFORD............

    24

    45

    465 505

    65933

    414213

    724957

    26813

    4226

    1.3 3072........... CT......... HARTFORD............

    18

    46

    217 269 .........

    414630

    724804

    16467

    3302

    7.6 74170.......... CT......... NEW BRITAIN.........

    30

    35

    250 434

    65777

    414202

    724957

    24346

    4252

    3.8 13595.......... CT......... NEW HAVEN...........

    65

    6

    0.4

    88 .........

    411942

    725425

    9068

    2713

    10.1 74109.......... CT......... NEW HAVEN...........

    8

    10

    20.5 342

    65037

    412522

    725706

    25651

    6215

    12 33081.......... CT......... NEW HAVEN...........

    59

    39

    170 301

    46284

    412522

    725706

    17709

    4376

    2.9 51980.......... CT......... NEW LONDON..........

    26

    26

    76 368

    80220

    412503

    721155

    18575

    3333

    2.6 13607.......... CT......... NORWICH.............

    53

    9

    3.2 192

    75021

    413114

    721003

    11997

    1198

    29.8 14050.......... CT......... WATERBURY...........

    20

    20

    58.5 515

    74364

    414213

    724957

    21645

    3935

    9.5 1051........... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    7

    7

    13.6 235

    84823

    385701

    770447

    24275

    7250

    0.1 65593.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    9

    9

    13.6 235

    84830

    385701

    770447

    24047

    7238

    0.2 65670.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    26

    27

    90 254

    66360

    385701

    770447

    16086

    6626

    1.6 27772.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    32

    33

    100 254 .........

    385701

    770447

    17550

    6781

    0.1 51567.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    20

    35

    500 227 .........

    385722

    770459

    20241

    6949

    0.2 22207.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    5

    36

    1000 235

    74830

    385721

    770457

    22334

    7096

    0.8 47904.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    4

    48

    1000 237

    74831

    385624

    770454

    22223

    7074

    0.1 30576.......... DC......... WASHINGTON..........

    50

    50

    123 253 .........

    385744

    770136

    17031

    6767

    0.1 72335.......... DE......... SEAFORD.............

    64

    44

    98 196

    66096

    383915

    753642

    11086

    465

    7.4 72338.......... DE......... WILMINGTON..........

    12

    12

    14.9 294

    84855

    400230

    751424

    23192

    8187

    1.2 51984.......... DE......... WILMINGTON..........

    61

    31

    200 374

    39302

    400230

    751411

    18478

    6836

    9.5 51349.......... FL......... BOCA RATON..........

    63

    40

    1000 310 .........

    255934

    801027

    29971

    4925

    0 6601........... FL......... BRADENTON...........

    66

    42

    210 476 .........

    274910

    821539

    28906

    3722

    1 70649.......... FL......... CAPE CORAL..........

    36

    35

    930 404

    67859

    264742

    814805

    28363

    1378

    1.1 11125.......... FL......... CLEARWATER..........

    22

    21

    1000 409

    32885

    274910

    821539

    26800

    3503

    0.1 53465.......... FL......... CLERMONT............

    18

    17

    1000 472

    38022

    283512

    810458

    36917

    3225

    0.1 6744........... FL......... COCOA...............

    68

    30

    182 491

    38429

    283635

    810335

    26292

    2631

    0 24582.......... FL......... COCOA...............

    52

    51

    50 514 .........

    283512

    810458

    23814

    2623

    0 25738.......... FL......... DAYTONA BEACH.......

    2

    11

    54.9 511

    41527

    283635

    810335

    43816

    3125

    4.4 131............ FL......... DAYTONA BEACH.......

    26

    49

    150 459 .........

    285516

    811909

    25951

    2645

    0.1 81669.......... FL......... DESTIN.............. .....

    48

    1000 318

    65951

    305952

    864313

    23444

    743

    1.5 64971.......... FL......... FORT LAUDERDALE.....

    51

    30

    329 304

    74587

    255909

    801137

    20549

    4770

    0.2 22093.......... FL......... FORT MYERS..........

    11

    9

    20 445 .........

    264801

    814548

    37322

    1532

    0 71085.......... FL......... FORT MYERS..........

    20

    15

    1000 454

    59198

    264921

    814554

    36098

    1643

    0 62388.......... FL......... FORT MYERS..........

    30

    31

    50 293

    74833

    264854

    814544

    17120

    943

    0.1 35575.......... FL......... FORT PIERCE.........

    34

    34

    522 438

    75041

    270719

    802320

    28293

    2144

    0 29715.......... FL......... FORT PIERCE.........

    21

    38

    765 297

    71509

    270132

    801043

    22636

    2117

    0 31570.......... FL......... FORT WALTON BEACH...

    53

    40

    33.5 219

    29918

    302409

    865935

    11996

    581

    0 54938.......... FL......... FORT WALTON BEACH...

    58

    49

    50

    59

    74834

    302343

    863011

    3785

    163

    12 6554........... FL......... FORT WALTON BEACH...

    35

    50

    1000 221 .........

    302346

    865913

    21954

    689

    0 83965.......... FL......... GAINESVILLE.........

    29

    9

    3.2 278

    75127

    293747

    823425

    18401

    500

    1.7 16993.......... FL......... GAINESVILLE.........

    20

    16

    344 254

    70423

    293211

    822400

    18598

    793

    0 69440.......... FL......... GAINESVILLE.........

    5

    36

    1000 263 .........

    294234

    822340

    26470

    1150

    0 7727........... FL......... HIGH SPRINGS........

    53

    28

    168 265

    73079

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    0.2 9881........... FL......... LEESBURG............

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    0.2

    Page 15307

    22245.......... FL......... LIVE OAK............

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    0.2 4108........... FL......... ST. PETERSBURG......

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    275032

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    17.1 473

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    0 69338.......... FL......... TAMPA...............

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    275032

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    334440

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    29766

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    332420

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    40539

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    29155

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    Page 15308

    595............ GA......... COLUMBUS............

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    22410

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    4.7 3359........... GA......... COLUMBUS............

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    39904

    1113

    11.5 23918.......... GA......... COLUMBUS............

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    471

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    324458

    833335

    21248

    676

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    15105

    538

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    833332

    19160

    655

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    843855

    35465

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    15.2 320

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    14.8 420

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    28682

    752

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    320330

    812020

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    667

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    343644

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    20 286 .........

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    5.9 23937.......... GA......... WRENS...............

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    6703

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    1550813

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    11570

    817

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    14.3 577

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    16294

    788

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    67839

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    764

    0 3246........... HI......... HONOLULU............

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    212345

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    14530

    829

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    1575143

    6227

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    0 65395.......... HI......... HONOLULU............

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    211849

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    5500

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    69970

    212255

    1580619

    6006

    759

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    85

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    68040

    211737

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    4992

    767

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    14133

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    50 632

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    42674

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    131

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    50 1723

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    204234

    1561554

    27836

    135

    0 37105.......... HI......... WAILUKU.............

    21

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    53.1 1298

    75029

    204058

    1561907

    28579

    146

    0 36920.......... HI......... WAILUKU.............

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    24

    72.4 1814 .........

    204241

    1561535

    48982

    137

    9.2 89714.......... HI......... WAIMANALO...........

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    38

    50 632

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    1574524

    27066

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    0 8661........... IA......... AMES................

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    3.91 613

    74683

    414947

    933656

    43150

    987

    0 51502.......... IA......... AMES................

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    246 613

    74753

    414947

    933656

    38510

    952

    0 82619.......... IA......... AMES................

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    50 150

    75070

    415849

    934423

    12611

    598

    0 7841........... IA......... BURLINGTON..........

    26

    41

    500 388

    29888

    410808

    904830

    26895

    855

    0.4 9719........... IA......... CEDAR RAPIDS........

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    9

    19.2 607

    74589

    421859

    915131

    42342

    970

    0.8 35336.......... IA......... CEDAR RAPIDS........

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    27

    1000 449

    29380

    420525

    920513

    33845

    815

    0 21156.......... IA......... CEDAR RAPIDS........

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    47

    500 309 .........

    421717

    915254

    25135

    694

    0 25685.......... IA......... CEDAR RAPIDS........

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    51

    500 585 .........

    421859

    915130

    38136

    900

    0.1 29108.......... IA......... COUNCIL BLUFFS......

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    33

    200

    98 .........

    411515

    955008

    13206

    816

    0 5471........... IA......... DAVENPORT...........

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    34

    3.5 233

    80421

    411844

    902246

    8144

    424

    0 6885........... IA......... DAVENPORT...........

    6

    36

    696 329 .........

    411844

    902246

    29295

    999

    0.2 54011.......... IA......... DAVENPORT...........

    18

    49

    1000 344

    44477

    411844

    902245

    28483

    958

    0 33710.......... IA......... DES MOINES..........

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    29.4 566

    74490

    414835

    933716

    43129

    983

    1.3 29102.......... IA......... DES MOINES..........

    11

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    19.8 600

    75043

    414833

    933653

    43085

    983

    0.4 66221.......... IA......... DES MOINES..........

    13

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    36.1 609

    74427

    414947

    933656

    47702

    1038

    2.2 56527.......... IA......... DES MOINES..........

    17

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    39534

    414947

    933656

    40497

    974

    0 78915.......... IA......... DES MOINES.......... .....

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    628 589

    74639

    414947

    933656

    37868

    947

    0.1 17625.......... IA......... DUBUQUE.............

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    43

    800 262

    39740

    423109

    903711

    19008

    305

    0.9 29100.......... IA......... FORT DODGE..........

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    600 355

    75579

    424903

    942441

    27727

    295

    0.3 29095.......... IA......... IOWA CITY...........

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    17.8 439

    75030

    414315

    912030

    35040

    1110

    0.1 35096.......... IA......... IOWA CITY...........

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    1000 419

    39521

    414329

    912110

    33241

    1058

    1.4 29086.......... IA......... MASON CITY..........

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    250 449

    76886

    432832

    924229

    25774

    479

    0 66402.......... IA......... MASON CITY..........

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    42

    1000 447 .........

    432220

    924959

    38283

    717

    1.2 81509.......... IA......... NEWTON..............

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    39

    116 154

    74772

    414905

    931232

    11998

    651

    0 53820.......... IA......... OTTUMWA.............

    15

    15

    50 332

    74372

    411142

    915715

    17119

    305

    0.1 29085.......... IA......... RED OAK.............

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    35

    600 475

    32182

    412040

    951521

    30526

    932

    0.1 11265.......... IA......... SIOUX CITY..........

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    22.3 616

    74480

    423512

    961357

    44501

    639

    1.5 29096.......... IA......... SIOUX CITY..........

    27

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    400 348 .........

    423053

    961815

    28422

    342

    0

    Page 15309

    39665.......... IA......... SIOUX CITY..........

    14

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    1000 611 .........

    423512

    961319

    45543

    662

    0 66170.......... IA......... SIOUX CITY..........

    4

    41

    873 609 .........

    423512

    961318

    44386

    655

    0 77451.......... IA......... SIOUX CITY..........

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    44

    914 587

    75037

    423512

    961318

    37919

    553

    0.7 593............ IA......... WATERLOO............

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    22.6 604

    84824

    422404

    915043

    43266

    990

    0.5 81595.......... IA......... WATERLOO............

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    80.9 198

    74750

    422453

    920034

    14283

    453

    0.2 29114.......... IA......... WATERLOO............

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    35

    250 584 .........

    421859

    915131

    35668

    869

    1 34858.......... ID......... BOISE...............

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    17.2 808

    84825

    434516

    1160556

    41139

    555

    0 62442.......... ID......... BOISE...............

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    725 858

    66936

    434521

    1160554

    35287

    552

    0 49760.......... ID......... BOISE...............

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    978 777

    74847

    434517

    1160553

    45215

    558

    0 35097.......... ID......... BOISE...............

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    50 534

    74773

    434423

    1160815

    10348

    464

    0 59363.......... ID......... CALDWELL............

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    14 818

    41421

    434518

    1160552

    30230

    551

    0 62424.......... ID......... COEUR D'ALENE.......

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    50 465

    74848

    474354

    1164347

    14948

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    0 12284.......... ID......... FILER...............

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    50 161

    74849

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    1142452

    13431

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    0 66258.......... ID......... IDAHO FALLS.........

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    63 463 .........

    433003

    1123936

    42673

    272

    0 41238.......... ID......... IDAHO FALLS.........

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    50 223

    74745

    434544

    1115730

    14669

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    0 56028.......... ID......... IDAHO FALLS.........

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    200 457

    28614

    432951

    1123950

    22981

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    0 56032.......... ID......... LEWISTON............

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    200 361

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    462727

    1170556

    16016

    133

    0 62382.......... ID......... MOSCOW..............

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    464054

    1165813

    35158

    238

    12.7 28230.......... ID......... NAMPA...............

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    17 829 .........

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    1160552

    41141

    555

    0 59255.......... ID......... NAMPA...............

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    74850

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    1160555

    45069

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    0 86205.......... ID......... POCATELLO...........

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    251 327

    74733

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    1123110

    16199

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    0 62430.......... ID......... POCATELLO...........

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    190 465

    74851

    433002

    1123936

    29893

    260

    0 1270........... ID......... POCATELLO...........

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    28852

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    1122044

    24439

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    0 78910.......... ID......... POCATELLO...........

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    75065

    425515

    1122044

    13633

    207

    0 81570.......... ID......... SUN VALLEY..........

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    84839

    432647

    1141252

    32640

    163

    0 35200.......... ID......... TWIN FALLS..........

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    74393

    424348

    1142452

    27640

    152

    0 62427.......... ID......... TWIN FALLS..........

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    50 161

    74852

    424347

    1142452

    12892

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    0 1255........... ID......... TWIN FALLS..........

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    66302

    424342

    1142443

    7375

    99

    0 60539.......... IL......... AURORA..............

    60

    50

    172 509

    74684

    415244

    873808

    23585

    9162

    1 5875........... IL......... BLOOMINGTON.........

    43

    28

    1000 293 .........

    403845

    891045

    30031

    1013

    0.2 4297........... IL......... CARBONDALE..........

    8

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    14.1 271

    74549

    380611

    891440

    25125

    737

    3.2 25684.......... IL......... CHAMPAIGN...........

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    950 375

    68470

    400411

    875445

    28692

    921

    7 42124.......... IL......... CHAMPAIGN...........

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    48

    1000 245 .........

    400621

    882700

    23439

    761

    0.3 18301.......... IL......... CHARLESTON..........

    51

    50

    255 146

    69577

    393415

    881825

    14097

    449

    0 73226.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    7

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    3.2 515

    74590

    415244

    873810

    29074

    9389

    0.7 9617........... IL......... CHICAGO.............

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    3.2 497 .........

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    873808

    28938

    9367

    0.5 72115.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    9

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    645 453

    39765

    415244

    873810

    31644

    9509

    0.5 12279.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

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    98.9 378

    33366

    415356

    873723

    20821

    8983

    0.1 71428.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    26

    27

    160 510

    45223

    415244

    873810

    26129

    9287

    0.1 47905.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    5

    29

    350 508

    31269

    415244

    873810

    32080

    9520

    0.2 22211.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    32

    31

    690 475 .........

    415244

    873810

    37880

    9711

    0.1 10981.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    38

    43

    200 509

    38347

    415244

    873808

    26028

    9256

    0.5 70119.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

    44

    45

    467 472

    27856

    415244

    873810

    28750

    9402

    0.2 10802.......... IL......... CHICAGO.............

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    47

    300 465

    33534

    415244

    873810

    27544

    9338

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    350 375

    29834

    395707

    884955

    25571

    913

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    253 401

    46084

    395656

    885012

    25397

    918

    0 57221.......... IL......... EAST ST. LOUIS......

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    187 345

    74855

    382318

    902916

    19175

    2686

    0 4689........... IL......... FREEPORT............

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    50 219

    74557

    421748

    891015

    14184

    909

    6.1 81946.......... IL......... GALESBURG........... .....

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    15 333

    80193

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    24719

    795

    0.7 73999.......... IL......... HARRISBURG..........

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    1000 302 .........

    373650

    885220

    31461

    703

    0.1 70536.......... IL......... JACKSONVILLE........

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    75 295 .........

    393609

    900247

    19431

    508

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    38

    137 401

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    415356

    873723

    19882

    8980

    0.2 998............ IL......... LASALLE.............

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    411651

    885613

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    22

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    75 131 .........

    402354

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    13181

    224

    0.2 67786.......... IL......... MARION..............

    27

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    41637

    373326

    890124

    20778

    529

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    23

    80 269

    45050

    411844

    902245

    16674

    596

    0.1 73319.......... IL......... MOLINE..............

    8

    38

    1000 334 .........

    411844

    902246

    30696

    927

    13.3 40861.......... IL......... MOUNT VERNON........

    13

    21

    1000 242

    68044

    383253

    892917

    22609

    2280

    0.6 4301........... IL......... OLNEY...............

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    46 284 .........

    385019

    880747

    17582

    308

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    19

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    52.7 160

    74550

    403911

    893514

    12050

    556

    0.8 24801.......... IL......... PEORIA..............

    25

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    246 212

    75203

    403746

    893253

    17471

    652

    1.7 42121.......... IL......... PEORIA..............

    31

    30

    800 193

    71928

    403806

    893219

    19343

    710

    0 52280.......... IL......... PEORIA..............

    59

    39

    100 180 .........

    403834

    893238

    14576

    599

    0.1 28311.......... IL......... PEORIA..............

    47

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    190 216 .........

    403744

    893412

    17264

    655

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    10

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    13.9 238

    80231

    395703

    911954

    25734

    311

    1.3 4593........... IL......... QUINCY..............

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    50 302

    74856

    395818

    911942

    17825

    236

    0 71561.......... IL......... QUINCY..............

    27

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    58.6 153 .........

    395841

    911832

    13069

    187

    0 13950.......... IL......... ROCK ISLAND.........

    4

    4

    3.88 408

    74670

    413249

    902835

    33309

    983

    0 73940.......... IL......... ROCKFORD............

    13

    13

    12.4 216

    80211

    421750

    891424

    22246

    1487

    8.7 72945.......... IL......... ROCKFORD............

    17

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    196 201 .........

    421714

    891015

    18378

    1234

    0 52408.......... IL......... ROCKFORD............

    39

    42

    1000 149

    40572

    421726

    890951

    16227

    1101

    9.1 42116.......... IL......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    49

    13

    5.08 183

    74606

    394727

    893053

    19180

    552

    0.4 25686.......... IL......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    20

    42

    950 402

    68475

    394815

    892740

    29924

    963

    1.4 62009.......... IL......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    55

    44

    335 416 .........

    394757

    892646

    28977

    881

    0 68939.......... IL......... URBANA..............

    12

    9

    30 302 .........

    400218

    884010

    30279

    1066

    4.6 69544.......... IL......... URBANA..............

    27

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    507 138

    44738

    401846

    875500

    15153

    385

    0 67787.......... IN......... ANGOLA..............

    63

    12

    16.5 132

    33342

    412715

    844810

    17294

    874

    6.2 66536.......... IN......... BLOOMINGTON.........

    30

    14

    224 221

    43429

    390831

    862943

    17415

    1005

    0 10253.......... IN......... BLOOMINGTON.........

    63

    27

    165 310 .........

    392416

    860837

    22019

    1993

    0 68007.......... IN......... BLOOMINGTON.........

    42

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    391 297 .........

    392412

    860850

    23254

    2054

    0.1

    Page 15310

    56523.......... IN......... BLOOMINGTON.........

    4

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    870 337

    66628

    392427

    860852

    22528

    2100

    1.8 74007.......... IN......... ELKHART.............

    28

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    205 335

    85074

    413658

    861138

    20931

    1296

    3.7 24215.......... IN......... EVANSVILLE..........

    25

    7

    3.2 301

    80191

    375157

    873404

    21506

    699

    0.1 67802.......... IN......... EVANSVILLE..........

    9

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    11.7 177

    84831

    380127

    872143

    20611

    694

    5.3 3661........... IN......... EVANSVILLE..........

    7

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    1000 273

    39643

    380127

    872143

    24657

    765

    0 72041.......... IN......... EVANSVILLE..........

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    500 288 .........

    375317

    873237

    23639

    730

    0.2 13991.......... IN......... EVANSVILLE..........

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    250 310 .........

    375314

    873107

    22329

    711

    0 13960.......... IN......... FORT WAYNE..........

    33

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    851036

    19941

    1027

    2.7 73905.......... IN......... FORT WAYNE..........

    21

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    335 224 .........

    410608

    851105

    20240

    1052

    0.1 39270.......... IN......... FORT WAYNE..........

    15

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    1000 242

    66172

    410538

    851048

    21871

    1106

    2 25040.......... IN......... FORT WAYNE..........

    55

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    1000 219

    77897

    410633

    851142

    19630

    1048

    0.2 22108.......... IN......... FORT WAYNE..........

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    90 221 .........

    410613

    851128

    16043

    835

    0 49803.......... IN......... GARY................

    56

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    46333

    412056

    872402

    17974

    6919

    0 48772.......... IN......... GARY................

    50

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    30328

    415244

    873810

    36200

    9648

    0 32334.......... IN......... HAMMOND.............

    62

    36

    50 455

    20094

    415244

    873810

    13905

    7988

    0.2 39269.......... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    8

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    395325

    861220

    26105

    2488

    3.1 70162.......... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    13

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    15.1 299

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    395543

    861055

    26707

    2510

    0.8 37102.......... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    40

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    225 284

    28275

    395340

    861221

    19773

    2154

    0.4 41397.......... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    20

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    200 236

    33405

    395359

    861201

    16842

    1912

    0.1 40877.......... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    6

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    898 294 .........

    395357

    861204

    29516

    2604

    0.1 7908........... IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

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    215 167 .........

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    861207

    14297

    1830

    3.7 146............ IN......... INDIANAPOLIS........

    59

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    700 285 .........

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    861207

    24873

    2432

    1 56526.......... IN......... KOKOMO..............

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    624 285

    75202

    395320

    861207

    22949

    2371

    0.5 73204.......... IN......... LAFAYETTE...........

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    30 214

    46110

    402320

    863646

    26505

    1953

    4.4 28462.......... IN......... MARION..............

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    1000 271

    33152

    400856

    855615

    24181

    2240

    1.2 3646........... IN......... MUNCIE..............

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    23

    79.1 246 .........

    400537

    852332

    17374

    1494

    0.1 67869.......... IN......... RICHMOND............

    43

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    500 281

    17601

    393044

    843809

    20981

    3107

    0.7 34167.......... IN......... SALEM...............

    58

    51

    1000 390

    43303

    382100

    855057

    30937

    1759

    0.7 73983.......... IN......... SOUTH BEND..........

    22

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    192 332 .........

    413700

    861301

    24663

    1521

    2.2 41671.......... IN......... SOUTH BEND..........

    34

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    50 333 .........

    413649

    861120

    18549

    1202

    1.2 41674.......... IN......... SOUTH BEND..........

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    695 299 .........

    413620

    861246

    26344

    1633

    0.8 36117.......... IN......... SOUTH BEND..........

    46

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    30032

    413543

    860938

    20015

    1214

    2.2 70655.......... IN......... TERRE HAUTE.........

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    10

    14.2 293

    74468

    391436

    872307

    26481

    742

    2.5 20426.......... IN......... TERRE HAUTE.........

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    36

    1000 248 .........

    391433

    872329

    24733

    706

    0.3 65247.......... IN......... TERRE HAUTE.........

    38

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    850 248 .........

    391433

    872329

    23495

    664

    0.1 4329........... IN......... VINCENNES...........

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    50 174

    74592

    383906

    872837

    11671

    268

    0.5 65523.......... KS......... COLBY...............

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    17

    1000 232 .........

    391509

    1012109

    26138

    40

    0 162115......... KS......... COLBY............... .....

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    391431

    1012138

    28456

    43

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    570 276 .........

    374801

    973129

    23316

    712

    0 79258.......... KS......... DODGE CITY..........

    21

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    8.42

    99 .........

    374933

    1001040

    8571

    41

    0 66414.......... KS......... ENSIGN..............

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    20 198 .........

    373828

    1002039

    35374

    155

    0 72361.......... KS......... GARDEN CITY.........

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    7.4 244

    74394

    374640

    1005208

    23078

    136

    0 65535.......... KS......... GARDEN CITY.........

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    21.2 250

    74415

    373900

    1004006

    26607

    139

    0.6 66416.......... KS......... GOODLAND............

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    10

    34.7 285

    74373

    392810

    1013319

    29681

    45

    0 72359.......... KS......... GREAT BEND..........

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    1000 296

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    382554

    984618

    30069

    200

    0 66415.......... KS......... HAYS................

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    10.3 216

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    385301

    992015

    23256

    93

    0 60675.......... KS......... HAYS................

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    16

    496 304

    43521

    384616

    984416

    26243

    116

    0.4 83181.......... KS......... HOISINGTON..........

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    14

    50 163

    74728

    383754

    985052

    13887

    84

    0 33345.......... KS......... HUTCHINSON..........

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    8

    9.28 244

    75009

    380321

    974635

    22260

    672

    4.1 66413.......... KS......... HUTCHINSON..........

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    18.5 463

    74428

    380340

    974549

    36509

    822

    0.1 77063.......... KS......... HUTCHINSON..........

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    1000 310

    29560

    375623

    973042

    22741

    712

    0 60683.......... KS......... LAKIN...............

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    8

    33 153

    68690

    374940

    1010635

    20351

    80

    2.4 42636.......... KS......... LAWRENCE............

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    41

    551 291

    74520

    385842

    943201

    19399

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    0 58552.......... KS......... PITTSBURG...........

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    7

    15.5 332

    80204

    371315

    944225

    29037

    542

    0.8 83992.......... KS......... PITTSBURG...........

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    13 0.167 302 .........

    371315

    944225

    11630

    289

    0.3 11912.......... KS......... SALINA..............

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    65 314

    28829

    390616

    972315

    15730

    202

    0 70938.......... KS......... TOPEKA..............

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    15.4 305

    80233

    390351

    954549

    27153

    1122

    0.4 166546......... KS......... TOPEKA..............

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    3.2 225

    80241

    390350

    954549

    13374

    420

    8.6 63160.......... KS......... TOPEKA..............

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    13

    18.1 421

    75026

    390019

    960258

    33546

    674

    0.5 67335.......... KS......... TOPEKA..............

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    27

    50 320

    74472

    390534

    954704

    18654

    485

    0 49397.......... KS......... TOPEKA..............

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    49

    123 451

    75032

    390134

    955458

    19858

    519

    0 65522.......... KS......... WICHITA.............

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    10

    24.6 310

    74441

    374653

    973108

    30061

    743

    0.1 72348.......... KS......... WICHITA.............

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    765 345 .........

    374801

    973129

    32518

    748

    0 11911.......... KS......... WICHITA.............

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    350 303

    43659

    374640

    973037

    21248

    704

    0 72358.......... KS......... WICHITA.............

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    45

    891 312 .........

    374626

    973051

    28473

    740

    0.1 34171.......... KY......... ASHLAND.............

    25

    26

    61.3 137

    31365

    382744

    823712

    11240

    483

    0.8 67798.......... KY......... ASHLAND.............

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    44

    50 189

    74858

    382511

    822406

    9527

    517

    1.8 27696.......... KY......... BEATTYVILLE.........

    65

    7

    28 322 .........

    373647

    834018

    29307

    1000

    0.8 4692........... KY......... BOWLING GREEN.......

    13

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    12.6 226

    84860

    370352

    862607

    22905

    602

    2.8 61217.......... KY......... BOWLING GREEN.......

    40

    16

    600 224

    43547

    370210

    861020

    18291

    424

    1.5 71861.......... KY......... BOWLING GREEN.......

    24

    18

    61 177 .........

    370349

    862607

    14430

    362

    0.9 34177.......... KY......... BOWLING GREEN.......

    53

    48

    54.8 234

    44491

    370522

    863805

    13561

    342

    0.1 25173.......... KY......... CAMPBELLSVILLE......

    34

    19

    1000 370

    32906

    373151

    852645

    30014

    2015

    0.5 34204.......... KY......... COVINGTON...........

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    24

    53.5 117

    31523

    390150

    843023

    10320

    1949

    2.2 64017.......... KY......... DANVILLE............

    56

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    26.5 327

    64813

    375251

    841916

    36995

    1251

    0 34181.......... KY......... ELIZABETHTOWN.......

    23

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    61 178

    31543

    374055

    855031

    12210

    840

    0 37809.......... KY......... HARLAN..............

    44

    51

    550 577 .........

    364800

    832236

    33564

    1196

    3.3 24915.......... KY......... HAZARD..............

    57

    12

    50 398 .........

    371138

    831052

    32160

    793

    8 34196.......... KY......... HAZARD..............

    35

    16

    53.2 369

    31615

    371135

    831117

    16906

    377

    2.2 24914.......... KY......... LEXINGTON...........

    27

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    30 282

    40363

    380223

    842410

    23841

    919

    3.2

    Page 15311

    73203.......... KY......... LEXINGTON...........

    18

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    475 286

    70206

    380203

    842339

    19494

    830

    3.5 51597.......... KY......... LEXINGTON...........

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    69.5 305

    74859

    380203

    842339

    17819

    810

    0.1 34207.......... KY......... LEXINGTON...........

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    42

    45.8 258

    70943

    375245

    841933

    13515

    738

    0.4 73692.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    21

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    27 200

    45865

    380159

    854517

    22004

    1500

    0.7 32327.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    11

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    6.72 390

    84851

    382123

    855052

    26983

    1617

    0.2 21432.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

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    60.3 237

    17602

    382201

    854954

    15178

    1350

    0 53939.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    32

    26

    600 392

    39847

    382208

    854948

    29065

    1687

    0.1 34195.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    68

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    61.6 218

    64196

    382201

    854954

    13653

    1295

    0 13989.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    3

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    1000 392

    42782

    382208

    854948

    29288

    1681

    0.1 28476.......... KY......... LOUISVILLE..........

    41

    49

    1000 390

    29606

    382100

    855057

    32130

    1759

    0.7 74592.......... KY......... MADISONVILLE........

    19

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    1000 216 .........

    372456

    873130

    23946

    744

    0.4 34212.......... KY......... MADISONVILLE........

    35

    42

    55.1 298

    31621

    371121

    873049

    15780

    419

    0.1 34202.......... KY......... MOREHEAD............

    38

    15

    51.4 289

    31617

    381038

    832417

    16277

    340

    0.3 23128.......... KY......... MOREHEAD............

    67

    21

    719 428

    67075

    375426

    833801

    30369

    1018

    1.5 34174.......... KY......... MURRAY..............

    21

    36

    56.9 187

    31619

    364134

    883211

    12682

    320

    0.6 39738.......... KY......... NEWPORT.............

    19

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    227 290

    19124

    390719

    843252

    17827

    2366

    12.3 34205.......... KY......... OWENSBORO...........

    31

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    63.3 124

    31660

    375107

    871944

    11399

    529

    0 34211.......... KY......... OWENTON.............

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    44

    49.7 214

    31662

    383131

    844839

    12714

    763

    2.4 51991.......... KY......... PADUCAH.............

    6

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    906 492 .........

    371131

    885853

    40545

    865

    0.1 65758.......... KY......... PADUCAH.............

    29

    41

    55.7 143

    44512

    370539

    884020

    11313

    239

    0.1 39561.......... KY......... PADUCAH.............

    49

    49

    550 324 .........

    372342

    885623

    26292

    631

    0.4 34200.......... KY......... PIKEVILLE...........

    22

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    50.4 423

    32103

    371706

    823128

    16779

    419

    0.6 34222.......... KY......... SOMERSET............

    29

    14

    53.3 429

    31822

    371003

    844930

    21530

    541

    0.2 38590.......... LA......... ALEXANDRIA..........

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    76 413

    64838

    313356

    923250

    20973

    324

    0 52907.......... LA......... ALEXANDRIA..........

    31

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    75022

    313354

    923300

    19028

    273

    0.1 51598.......... LA......... ALEXANDRIA..........

    5

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    1000 457 .........

    310215

    922945

    36973

    878

    2.2 16940.......... LA......... ALEXANDRIA..........

    41

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    191 307

    74775

    305420

    923717

    16241

    368

    0 589............ LA......... BATON ROUGE.........

    9

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    0.36 509

    70344

    302158

    911247

    16013

    847

    1.1 38616.......... LA......... BATON ROUGE.........

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    30 515

    36880

    301749

    911140

    34334

    1962

    8 38586.......... LA......... BATON ROUGE.........

    27

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    200 295

    65435

    302222

    911216

    19288

    997

    0 70021.......... LA......... BATON ROUGE.........

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    1000 522

    32895

    301934

    911636

    37357

    1695

    0.1 12520.......... LA......... BATON ROUGE.........

    44

    45

    1000 424

    29743

    301935

    911636

    30315

    1564

    0 52046.......... LA......... COLUMBIA............

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    17.8 572

    74657

    320319

    921112

    41209

    677

    0.3 83945.......... LA......... HAMMOND............. .....

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    1000 294

    58980

    295841

    895626

    25352

    1754

    0 35059.......... LA......... LAFAYETTE...........

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    17.2 507

    74641

    301919

    921659

    39308

    1166

    1.9 33261.......... LA......... LAFAYETTE...........

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    29847

    302144

    921253

    29700

    851

    0 38588.......... LA......... LAFAYETTE...........

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    32658

    301919

    921658

    21068

    658

    0 33471.......... LA......... LAFAYETTE...........

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    75545

    301925

    921724

    42222

    1279

    0.2 13994.......... LA......... LAKE CHARLES........

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    930003

    36541

    1017

    0 38587.......... LA......... LAKE CHARLES........

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    302346

    930003

    16195

    351

    0 35852.......... LA......... LAKE CHARLES........

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    17585

    301726

    933435

    25760

    730

    0 81507.......... LA......... MINDEN..............

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    66613

    324108

    935600

    36243

    952

    2.4 48975.......... LA......... MONROE..............

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    920414

    39190

    663

    0.3 38589.......... LA......... MONROE..............

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    74429

    321145

    920410

    38390

    679

    2.1 82476.......... LA......... NEW IBERIA..........

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    302032

    915832

    17747

    767

    0 4149........... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    295714

    895658

    28567

    1795

    0 25090.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    67937

    295713

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    29992

    1898

    0 54280.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    775 286

    80216

    295659

    895728

    24543

    1724

    0 37106.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    41946

    295511

    900129

    19099

    1617

    0 72119.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    295659

    895728

    24703

    1734

    0 18819.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    200 274

    31303

    295857

    895709

    17661

    1516

    0 74192.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    958 311 .........

    295422

    900222

    30245

    1829

    0 71357.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    74862

    295701

    895728

    28471

    1791

    0 21729.......... LA......... NEW ORLEANS.........

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    44211

    295511

    900129

    21583

    1671

    0 70482.......... LA......... SHREVEPORT..........

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    935600

    33403

    943

    1.5 38591.......... LA......... SHREVEPORT..........

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    74863

    324041

    935535

    19407

    591

    0 35652.......... LA......... SHREVEPORT..........

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    1000 543

    74864

    324108

    935600

    42940

    1075

    1.7 12525.......... LA......... SHREVEPORT..........

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    29201

    323958

    935559

    38998

    1012

    0.1 73706.......... LA......... SHREVEPORT..........

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    32870

    323957

    935558

    30463

    888

    0.1 13938.......... LA......... SLIDELL.............

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    1000 272

    43616

    295511

    900129

    24235

    1729

    0 3658........... LA......... WEST MONROE.........

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    1000 521 .........

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    921034

    40964

    625

    10.2 38584.......... LA......... WEST MONROE.........

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    19639

    356

    0 74419.......... MA......... ADAMS...............

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    423814

    731008

    20520

    1724

    7.7 72145.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    80205

    421840

    711300

    27184

    7035

    0.1 72099.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    32268

    7320

    0.4 65684.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    2.1 25456.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    7274

    1.2 6463........... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    421812

    711308

    26108

    6911

    3.2 7692........... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    300 292

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    421827

    711327

    19086

    6346

    2.3 73982.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    74865

    421812

    711308

    19832

    6586

    1.1 72098.......... MA......... BOSTON..............

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    421837

    711414

    28103

    7091

    0.6 73238.......... MA......... CAMBRIDGE...........

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    46190

    421812

    711308

    22764

    6870

    0.2 41436.......... MA......... LAWRENCE............

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    67714

    421827

    711327

    29071

    6975

    1.9 60551.......... MA......... MARLBOROUGH.........

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    69136

    422302

    712937

    17821

    6431

    0.4 3978........... MA......... NEW BEDFORD.........

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    64975

    414639

    705541

    17274

    4604

    0.9 22591.......... MA......... NEW BEDFORD.........

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    66255

    415154

    711715

    19160

    5455

    0.6 23671.......... MA......... NORWELL.............

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    420038

    710242

    15414

    5297

    3.4 136751......... MA......... PITTSFIELD..........

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    12.6 396

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    423731

    740038

    7287

    653

    27.5 6868........... MA......... SPRINGFIELD.........

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    420505

    724214

    16158

    2473

    11.6 72096.......... MA......... SPRINGFIELD.........

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    50 306

    74672

    421430

    723854

    14133

    2074

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    Page 15312

    25682.......... MA......... SPRINGFIELD.........

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    40

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    70318

    421430

    723857

    17575

    2286

    10.6 6476........... MA......... VINEYARD HAVEN......

    58

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    300 153

    42283

    414120

    702049

    14774

    973

    3.7 30577.......... MA......... WORCESTER...........

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    200 453 .........

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    714254

    24769

    6977

    8.9 18783.......... MA......... WORCESTER...........

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    40890

    421827

    711327

    15283

    5984

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    350 265

    74866

    390036

    763633

    19332

    6752

    2.4 65696.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

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    6.91 312

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    22401

    6953

    3.9 25455.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

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    21.4 312

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    25622

    7452

    5 65944.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

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    50 250

    74867

    392701

    764637

    14260

    5285

    4.6 59442.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

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    775 305

    74593

    392005

    763903

    26023

    7730

    0.3 7933........... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

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    845 373

    46004

    392010

    763859

    26825

    7782

    0.5 60552.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

    24

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    200 313

    66845

    391715

    764538

    17292

    6151

    5.6 10758.......... MD......... BALTIMORE...........

    45

    46

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    46108

    392010

    763859

    22879

    7062

    5.2 40626.......... MD......... FREDERICK...........

    62

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    30 159

    67466

    391537

    771844

    7313

    2448

    34.6 25045.......... MD......... HAGERSTOWN..........

    25

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    575 359

    74627

    393945

    775754

    22215

    1362

    28.7 10259.......... MD......... HAGERSTOWN..........

    68

    39

    82.5 394

    74528

    395331

    775802

    13861

    814

    6 65943.......... MD......... HAGERSTOWN..........

    31

    44

    209 359

    33311

    393904

    775815

    15728

    977

    4.1 40619.......... MD......... OAKLAND.............

    36

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    71.7 291

    75062

    392414

    791737

    10550

    216

    6.7 71218.......... MD......... SALISBURY...........

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    635 279

    64847

    383017

    753837

    21695

    659

    0 40618.......... MD......... SALISBURY...........

    28

    28

    76.7 157 .........

    382309

    753533

    14077

    426

    0 16455.......... MD......... SALISBURY...........

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    47

    225 292

    75201

    383006

    754400

    18155

    579

    0.4 39659.......... ME......... AUGUSTA.............

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    15.3 305

    74406

    440916

    700037

    25690

    818

    1.3 39644.......... ME......... BANGOR..............

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    2

    3.02 192

    84817

    444410

    684017

    22407

    339

    0 3667........... ME......... BANGOR..............

    7

    7

    14.5 250

    74374

    444535

    683401

    24704

    334

    0.6 17005.......... ME......... BANGOR..............

    5

    19

    465 402

    74868

    444213

    690447

    30384

    488

    1.1 39656.......... ME......... BIDDEFORD...........

    26

    45

    50 231

    41344

    432500

    704817

    10502

    659

    5 39649.......... ME......... CALAIS..............

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    3.5 133 .........

    450145

    671925

    13040

    29

    3.4 48408.......... ME......... LEWISTON............

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    35

    57.2 241

    80218

    435106

    701940

    13589

    641

    0.4 39648.......... ME......... ORONO...............

    12

    9

    15 375

    40127

    444211

    690447

    25072

    442

    5.5 73288.......... ME......... POLAND SPRING.......

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    8

    21.3 586

    74574

    435044

    704543

    33555

    1358

    4.1 25683.......... ME......... PORTLAND............

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    1000 491

    28274

    435528

    702928

    34527

    1169

    0 53065.......... ME......... PORTLAND............

    51

    43

    137 254 .........

    435106

    701940

    14615

    619

    11 39664.......... ME......... PORTLAND............

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    1000 610

    74869

    435132

    704240

    34340

    1319

    1 48305.......... ME......... PRESQUE ISLE........

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    3.2 333

    80189

    463305

    674836

    19268

    58

    0 39662.......... ME......... PRESQUE ISLE........

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    16.4 332

    74435

    463305

    674837

    25597

    66

    0.6 83708.......... ME......... PRESQUE ISLE........

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    50

    86

    75129

    464512

    681028

    6607

    39

    0 84088.......... ME......... WATERVILLE..........

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    213 331

    74754

    440915

    700037

    18925

    769

    0 67048.......... MI......... ALPENA..............

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    11

    19.8 202

    74982

    444211

    833126

    20697

    131

    1.9 9917........... MI......... ALPENA..............

    6

    24

    106 393 .........

    450818

    840945

    24405

    219

    1.5 5800........... MI......... ANN ARBOR...........

    31

    31

    106 328

    74499

    422225

    840410

    18881

    4073

    7.1 16530.......... MI......... BAD AXE.............

    35

    15

    200 309 .........

    433233

    833937

    23073

    1204

    6.1 10212.......... MI......... BATTLE CREEK........

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    20

    270 311 .........

    423415

    852807

    25083

    2119

    0.4 71871.......... MI......... BATTLE CREEK........

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    44

    212 305 .........

    424045

    850357

    20028

    1909

    4.7 41221.......... MI......... BAY CITY............

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    22

    1000 275

    67337

    432814

    835036

    26723

    1507

    4.6 82627.......... MI......... BAY CITY............

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    46

    50 306

    74778

    432826

    835044

    12942

    965

    0 26994.......... MI......... CADILLAC............

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    9

    20.1 497

    74551

    440812

    852033

    38645

    826

    0 9922........... MI......... CADILLAC............

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    17

    338 393

    60511

    444453

    850408

    26844

    392

    0 25396.......... MI......... CADILLAC............

    33

    47

    500 393

    67847

    444453

    850408

    25466

    378

    0 76001.......... MI......... CALUMET.............

    5

    5

    6.89 295

    84820

    470212

    884142

    23406

    55

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    4

    35

    78 168

    58961

    453901

    842037

    11815

    82

    0 73123.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

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    7

    11.2 305

    74673

    422738

    831250

    24569

    5547

    2.6 51570.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    50

    14

    50 293

    74870

    422901

    831844

    18484

    5122

    0.1 74211.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    20

    21

    500 324

    28693

    422653

    831023

    25252

    5597

    3 10267.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    7

    41

    1000 305

    74871

    422815

    831500

    27193

    5767

    0.3 16817.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    56

    43

    200 318 .........

    422652

    831023

    22343

    5247

    0 72123.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    62

    44

    345 323 .........

    422653

    831023

    22657

    5131

    5.6 53114.......... MI......... DETROIT.............

    4

    45

    973 281

    19013

    422858

    831219

    22741

    5397

    1.2 6104........... MI......... EAST LANSING........

    23

    40

    50 296

    74628

    424208

    842451

    16787

    1481

    4.4 9630........... MI......... ESCANABA............

    3

    48

    989 327 .........

    460805

    865655

    29896

    159

    0 21735.......... MI......... FLINT...............

    12

    12

    13.7 287

    74521

    431348

    840335

    26526

    2103

    5.5 21737.......... MI......... FLINT...............

    66

    16

    1000 287

    28994

    431318

    840314

    23878

    2363

    1.7 69273.......... MI......... FLINT...............

    28

    28

    126 258

    74594

    425356

    832741

    17128

    4320

    0 36838.......... MI......... GRAND RAPIDS........

    8

    7

    30 288 .........

    424114

    853034

    25304

    2187

    9.2 24784.......... MI......... GRAND RAPIDS........

    35

    11

    50 238

    64586

    425735

    855345

    25748

    1697

    3.1 49713.......... MI......... GRAND RAPIDS........

    13

    13

    15.1 305

    74541

    431834

    855444

    27942

    1392

    0.1 68433.......... MI......... GRAND RAPIDS........

    17

    19

    725 306

    43453

    424115

    853157

    22476

    1789

    6.1 15498.......... MI......... IRON MOUNTAIN.......

    8

    8

    3.2 190

    74452

    454910

    880235

    16892

    112

    2.6 59281.......... MI......... ISHPEMING...........

    10

    10

    4.54 105

    74721

    462110

    875115

    11139

    84

    3.2 29706.......... MI......... JACKSON.............

    18

    34

    130 299

    39980

    422513

    843125

    18640

    1398

    2.2 24783.......... MI......... KALAMAZOO...........

    52

    5

    10 174 .........

    421823

    853925

    26295

    2246

    4.9 74195.......... MI......... KALAMAZOO...........

    3

    8

    20 305

    74333

    423756

    853216

    28492

    2333

    1.8 11033.......... MI......... KALAMAZOO...........

    64

    45

    420 331

    69393

    423352

    852731

    18737

    1717

    11.8 74420.......... MI......... LANSING.............

    6

    36

    663 288

    72523

    424119

    842235

    25555

    3054

    2 74094.......... MI......... LANSING.............

    47

    38

    1000 281

    29954

    422803

    843906

    20865

    1458

    0 36533.......... MI......... LANSING.............

    53

    51

    900 300

    59127

    422513

    843125

    24069

    1807

    0.2 9913........... MI......... MANISTEE............

    21

    21

    50

    93

    74674

    440357

    861958

    9143

    81

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    13

    13

    15.7 332

    74500

    462109

    875132

    29278

    183

    0.1 81448.......... MI......... MARQUETTE...........

    19

    19

    50 248

    74742

    463614

    873715

    12597

    69

    0 21259.......... MI......... MARQUETTE...........

    6

    35

    83 262

    67896

    462011

    875056

    13760

    93

    0 455............ MI......... MOUNT CLEMENS.......

    38

    39

    1000 170

    32831

    423315

    825315

    16235

    4698

    1.2 9908........... MI......... MOUNT PLEASANT......

    14

    26

    226 299 .........

    434511

    851240

    22581

    643

    0

    Page 15313

    67781.......... MI......... MUSKEGON............

    54

    24

    280 281

    40886

    425725

    855407

    20561

    1480

    2.3 6863........... MI......... ONONDAGA............

    10

    10

    14.8 299

    84847

    422633

    843421

    27690

    2439

    1.9 72052.......... MI......... SAGINAW.............

    25

    30

    193 356 .........

    431301

    834317

    24095

    2170

    13.5 67792.......... MI......... SAGINAW.............

    49

    48

    1000 287

    40887

    431318

    840314

    23991

    2035

    0.1 59279.......... MI......... SAULT STE. MARIE....

    8

    8

    24 288

    74353

    460308

    840638

    23547

    98

    0.1 26993.......... MI......... SAULT STE. MARIE....

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    10

    16.3 370

    75038

    460349

    840608

    30785

    103

    0.1 21253.......... MI......... TRAVERSE CITY.......

    7

    7

    19.1 411

    84826

    441633

    854249

    30172

    393

    18.5 59280.......... MI......... TRAVERSE CITY.......

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    29

    62.1 393

    74491

    444453

    850408

    19503

    332

    0 9632........... MN......... ALEXANDRIA..........

    7

    7

    15.6 341

    74469

    454103

    950814

    30282

    438

    0.1 35584.......... MN......... ALEXANDRIA..........

    42

    42

    395 358 .........

    454159

    951035

    27590

    404

    0.3 71549.......... MN......... APPLETON............

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    10

    24.2 364

    74492

    451003

    960002

    28995

    219

    0.4 28510.......... MN......... AUSTIN..............

    15

    20

    400 303 .........

    433834

    923135

    26035

    497

    0.1 18285.......... MN......... AUSTIN..............

    6

    36

    500 295 .........

    433742

    930912

    25023

    484

    0.1 49578.......... MN......... BEMIDJI.............

    9

    9

    15.4 329

    74416

    474203

    942915

    29401

    114

    2 83714.......... MN......... BEMIDJI.............

    26

    26

    50 141

    74758

    472807

    944923

    12672

    72

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    22

    28

    46.8 227 .........

    462521

    942742

    15201

    153

    0 82698.......... MN......... CHISHOLM............

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    11

    12.2 200

    74723

    475139

    925646

    22244

    112

    2.9 132606......... MN......... CROOKSTON........... .....

    16

    105 220

    38385

    475838

    963618

    15345

    124

    0 17726.......... MN......... DULUTH..............

    8

    8

    17.4 290

    80226

    464731

    920721

    27233

    271

    1 71338.......... MN......... DULUTH..............

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    10

    17.5 301

    84848

    464713

    920717

    27702

    274

    0.2 35525.......... MN......... DULUTH..............

    21

    17

    1000 299 .........

    464737

    920703

    30737

    294

    0.2 166511......... MN......... DULUTH..............

    27

    27

    50 268

    80242

    464715

    920721

    13164

    204

    0.4 4691........... MN......... DULUTH..............

    3

    33

    381 312 .........

    464721

    920651

    24856

    252

    0 71336.......... MN......... HIBBING.............

    13

    13

    3.9 211

    74522

    472253

    925715

    15849

    116

    0.2 159007......... MN......... HIBBING............. .....

    31

    500 212

    59939

    472253

    925715

    16478

    118

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    12

    12

    15.3 317

    84856

    435614

    942441

    29045

    399

    0.9 68883.......... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

    9

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    17.9 435

    74995

    450330

    930727

    34544

    3381

    0.6 23079.......... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

    11

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    24 435

    74511

    450344

    930821

    36645

    3437

    0.1 36395.......... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

    23

    22

    1000 410

    30005

    450344

    930821

    33367

    3310

    0 11913.......... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

    29

    29

    1000 352

    74442

    450330

    930727

    29943

    3302

    0 9629........... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

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    32

    1000 432 .........

    450344

    930821

    37736

    3468

    0 35843.......... MN......... MINNEAPOLIS.........

    45

    45

    1000 430 .........

    450345

    930821

    35610

    3421

    0 35585.......... MN......... REDWOOD FALLS.......

    43

    27

    50 167

    74875

    442903

    952927

    10112

    84

    0 35678.......... MN......... ROCHESTER...........

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    10

    16.8 381

    74523

    433415

    922537

    31210

    565

    0.9 35906.......... MN......... ROCHESTER...........

    47

    46

    1000 343

    28767

    433834

    923135

    19950

    424

    0.7 35907.......... MN......... ST. CLOUD...........

    41

    40

    1000 430

    64438

    452300

    934230

    30570

    3263

    0 68597.......... MN......... ST. PAUL............

    17

    26

    63.1 396

    74396

    450329

    930727

    19236

    3053

    0 68594.......... MN......... ST. PAUL............

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    34

    662 411

    75131

    450330

    930727

    30531

    3331

    0.2 28010.......... MN......... ST. PAUL............

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    35

    755 433 .........

    450344

    930821

    35389

    3408

    0.1 55370.......... MN......... THIEF RIVER FALLS...

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    10

    9.7 113

    74660

    480119

    962212

    16952

    121

    0.3 9640........... MN......... WALKER..............

    12

    12

    14.3 283

    74436

    465603

    942725

    26923

    214

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    15

    200 290

    33521

    435352

    955650

    19967

    290

    0 592............ MO......... CAPE GIRARDEAU......

    12

    12

    4.01 564

    74661

    372546

    893014

    32285

    689

    0.5 19593.......... MO......... CAPE GIRARDEAU......

    23

    22

    435 543

    66965

    372423

    893344

    31966

    691

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    8

    8

    13.6 242

    80227

    385316

    921548

    25205

    492

    0.5 63164.......... MO......... COLUMBIA............

    17

    17

    50 348 .........

    384629

    923322

    20656

    475

    0 4690........... MO......... HANNIBAL............

    7

    7

    13.6 271

    75011

    395822

    911954

    25042

    309

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    12

    15.1 308 .........

    384130

    920544

    27879

    590

    0.7 48521.......... MO......... JEFFERSON CITY......

    25

    20

    1000 293

    29933

    384215

    920521

    25334

    533

    0.2 51101.......... MO......... JOPLIN..............

    26

    25

    55 281 .........

    370437

    943215

    17523

    402

    0 18283.......... MO......... JOPLIN..............

    12

    43

    1000 269 .........

    370437

    943215

    25289

    533

    1.6 67766.......... MO......... JOPLIN..............

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    46

    175 322 .........

    370433

    943316

    21648

    461

    0.2 65686.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    9

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    85 357

    74967

    390501

    943057

    34707

    2334

    0 53843.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    19

    18

    55 355 .........

    390459

    942849

    21206

    2033

    0 41230.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    5

    24

    1000 319

    67335

    390414

    943457

    29705

    2259

    0 64444.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    29

    31

    1000 332 .........

    390501

    943057

    31265

    2227

    0.1 11291.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    4

    34

    1000 344

    74877

    390420

    943545

    31293

    2286

    0.5 59444.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    41

    42

    450 276

    43791

    385842

    943201

    21585

    1987

    0 33336.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    62

    47

    1000 356 .........

    390526

    942818

    31520

    2174

    0 33337.......... MO......... KANSAS CITY.........

    50

    51

    1000 339 .........

    390120

    943049

    30240

    2158

    0 21251.......... MO......... KIRKSVILLE..........

    3

    33

    87 290

    44120

    403147

    922629

    15915

    149

    0 166319......... MO......... OSAGE BEACH.........

    49

    49

    204 463

    80245

    374910

    924452

    23362

    524

    0 73998.......... MO......... POPLAR BLUFF........

    15

    15

    50 184

    74417

    364804

    902706

    11945

    143

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    6

    15

    322 603 .........

    383736

    925203

    41154

    733

    0.1 28496.......... MO......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    10

    10

    19.6 573

    74595

    371308

    925656

    41152

    838

    0.3 35630.......... MO......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    33

    19

    1000 596 .........

    371308

    925656

    47586

    935

    0.1 51102.......... MO......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    21

    23

    100 617 .........

    371011

    925630

    33191

    715

    0 3659........... MO......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    27

    28

    1000 493 .........

    371308

    925656

    41263

    844

    0.5 36003.......... MO......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    3

    44

    967 628 .........

    371026

    925627

    43607

    870

    2.2 20427.......... MO......... ST. JOSEPH..........

    2

    7

    7.45 247

    74608

    394612

    944753

    21812

    952

    2.6 999............ MO......... ST. JOSEPH..........

    16

    21

    1000 316

    68463

    390120

    943049

    27013

    2118

    0 48525.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    24

    14

    1000 396

    33092

    382140

    903254

    32831

    2821

    0 70034.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    4

    24

    540 335

    74644

    383147

    901758

    29120

    2842

    0 35417.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    11

    26

    1000 288 .........

    383424

    901930

    29590

    2841

    0 56524.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    30

    31

    1000 321 .........

    383450

    901945

    31023

    2858

    0 46981.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    5

    35

    1000 332

    74879

    383405

    901955

    31112

    2855

    0.1 62182.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

    9

    39

    991 326

    74880

    382856

    902353

    29480

    2832

    0.1 35693.......... MO......... ST. LOUIS...........

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    43

    1000 337 .........

    383207

    902223

    30721

    2851

    0 13995.......... MS......... BILOXI..............

    13

    13

    14.1 366

    74542

    304323

    890528

    27980

    951

    4.8 43197.......... MS......... BILOXI..............

    19

    16

    150 477

    45861

    304518

    885644

    25127

    877

    16.8

    Page 15314

    43170.......... MS......... BOONEVILLE..........

    12

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    5.89 227

    74629

    344000

    884505

    20440

    418

    2.9 43184.......... MS......... BUDE................

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    1000 341 .........

    312222

    904504

    34462

    721

    0 12477.......... MS......... COLUMBUS............

    4

    35

    1000 610

    74881

    334506

    885240

    44464

    727

    3.8 83735.......... MS......... COLUMBUS............ .....

    43

    81 204

    43679

    335031

    884148

    18843

    412

    2.6 25236.......... MS......... GREENVILLE..........

    15

    15

    330 269 .........

    333926

    904218

    23434

    322

    0 43176.......... MS......... GREENWOOD...........

    23

    25

    625 317 .........

    332234

    903232

    28909

    387

    3.6 43203.......... MS......... GREENWOOD...........

    6

    32

    1000 572

    68863

    332223

    903225

    34348

    442

    0.9 53517.......... MS......... GULFPORT............

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    48

    300 456

    28507

    304448

    890330

    26058

    946

    14.2 48668.......... MS......... HATTIESBURG.........

    22

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    140 244 .........

    312420

    891413

    18687

    353

    0.1 60830.......... MS......... HOLLY SPRINGS.......

    40

    41

    500 122 .........

    345920

    894113

    16080

    1279

    0.1 83310.......... MS......... HOUSTON.............

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    45

    537 491

    72853

    334739

    890515

    27543

    525

    0 68542.......... MS......... JACKSON.............

    3

    7

    7 393 .........

    321249

    902256

    28100

    725

    0.2 48667.......... MS......... JACKSON.............

    12

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    20.3 497

    84857

    321426

    902415

    38592

    854

    0.1 43168.......... MS......... JACKSON.............

    29

    20

    400 482 .........

    321129

    902422

    36368

    826

    0.1 49712.......... MS......... JACKSON.............

    16

    21

    1000 332

    39758

    321641

    901740

    28450

    740

    2.5 71326.......... MS......... JACKSON.............

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    40

    981 598

    80223

    321249

    902256

    40292

    886

    0 166512......... MS......... JACKSON.............

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    51

    184 384

    80213

    321426

    902415

    24384

    681

    0.7 21250.......... MS......... LAUREL..............

    7

    28

    79 128

    42804

    312712

    891705

    11124

    251

    0.1 136749......... MS......... MAGEE...............

    34

    34

    98.7 305

    75071

    320718

    893239

    19444

    680

    0.4 4686........... MS......... MERIDIAN............

    11

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    11.8 165

    84852

    321938

    884128

    21080

    294

    2 73255.......... MS......... MERIDIAN............

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    956 170

    74996

    321940

    884131

    18636

    278

    0.1 24314.......... MS......... MERIDIAN............

    30

    31

    1000 183

    27899

    321940

    884131

    18932

    263

    0.3 43169.......... MS......... MERIDIAN............

    14

    44

    880 369 .........

    320818

    890536

    31834

    662

    0 43192.......... MS......... MISSISSIPPI STATE...

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    10

    4.3 349 .........

    332114

    890900

    24623

    370

    0.3 16539.......... MS......... NATCHEZ.............

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    49

    1000 313

    38528

    314008

    914130

    24104

    338

    0.4 43193.......... MS......... OXFORD..............

    18

    36

    225 421

    33510

    341728

    894221

    23767

    905

    2.1 74148.......... MS......... TUPELO..............

    9

    8

    9 542

    74662

    334740

    890516

    35700

    634

    3.2 84253.......... MS......... VICKSBURG...........

    35

    41

    209 253

    84840

    321935

    903703

    11835

    445

    16.2 37732.......... MS......... WEST POINT..........

    27

    16

    450 494

    39741

    334740

    890516

    33099

    599

    0.6 35694.......... MT......... BILLINGS............

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    10

    26.1 180 .........

    454601

    1082726

    21980

    155

    0 35724.......... MT......... BILLINGS............

    8

    11

    14.5 229

    74882

    454535

    1082714

    21681

    152

    0 5243........... MT......... BILLINGS............

    6

    18

    1000 228 .........

    454826

    1082025

    24478

    153

    0 43567.......... MT......... BOZEMAN.............

    9

    8

    17.9 271

    69541

    454024

    1105202

    14163

    84

    0.3 33756.......... MT......... BOZEMAN.............

    7

    13

    18.9 271

    67232

    454024

    1105202

    13985

    84

    0 35959.......... MT......... BUTTE...............

    4

    5

    10.7 588

    43752

    460027

    1122630

    43135

    183

    0 18066.......... MT......... BUTTE...............

    6

    6

    11.2 591

    80201

    460027

    1122630

    42931

    192

    0 14674.......... MT......... BUTTE...............

    18

    19

    125 585

    42948

    460024

    1122630

    15884

    65

    0 81438.......... MT......... BUTTE...............

    24

    24

    50 570

    74755

    460024

    1122630

    15762

    67

    0 24287.......... MT......... GLENDIVE............

    5

    10

    30 152 .........

    470315

    1044045

    20893

    21

    1.3 35567.......... MT......... GREAT FALLS.........

    3

    7

    28.5 150

    73758

    473209

    1111702

    19067

    89

    0 34412.......... MT......... GREAT FALLS.........

    5

    8

    28.6 180 .........

    473208

    1111702

    22360

    91

    0 81331.......... MT......... GREAT FALLS.........

    26

    26

    50

    65

    74759

    473223

    1111706

    8905

    84

    0 13792.......... MT......... GREAT FALLS.........

    16

    45

    157 300

    30029

    473626

    1112127

    16946

    90

    0 47670.......... MT......... HARDIN..............

    4

    22

    1000 248 .........

    454424

    1080818

    24748

    151

    0 83689.......... MT......... HAVRE...............

    9

    9

    3.2 389

    74719

    482032

    1094341

    22474

    25

    0 5290........... MT......... HELENA..............

    12

    12

    9.36 697

    74375

    464935

    1114233

    26659

    152

    0 68717.......... MT......... HELENA..............

    10

    29

    43.4 697

    68037

    464935

    1114233

    14425

    139

    0 18079.......... MT......... KALISPELL...........

    9

    9

    3.2 850

    80210

    480048

    1142155

    28213

    110

    0 84794.......... MT......... LEWISTOWN...........

    13

    13

    3.2 636

    74726

    471046

    1093205

    25112

    16

    0.4 5237........... MT......... MILES CITY..........

    3

    3

    1.03

    30

    74367

    462534

    1055138

    7580

    11

    0 35455.......... MT......... MISSOULA............

    8

    7

    22.5 654 .........

    470106

    1140041

    36798

    170

    0 66611.......... MT......... MISSOULA............

    11

    11

    3.2 631

    74999

    464809

    1135821

    18430

    132

    0 18084.......... MT......... MISSOULA............

    13

    13

    26.7 610

    80239

    470104

    1140047

    35664

    168

    0.1 81348.......... MT......... MISSOULA............

    17

    17

    50 628

    74739

    464808

    1135819

    16846

    132

    0 14675.......... MT......... MISSOULA............

    23

    23

    92.6 618

    74525

    470110

    1140046

    18786

    150

    0 56537.......... NC......... ASHEVILLE...........

    13

    13

    29.8 853

    70317

    352532

    824525

    37735

    2348

    2.1 69300.......... NC......... ASHEVILLE...........

    33

    25

    185 797

    41130

    352532

    824525

    22420

    1437

    5.8 70149.......... NC......... ASHEVILLE...........

    62

    45

    1000 555 .........

    351320

    823258

    34531

    2043

    0.1 73152.......... NC......... BELMONT.............

    46

    47

    1000 595 .........

    352144

    810919

    40397

    3404

    0.6 65074.......... NC......... BURLINGTON..........

    16

    14

    95 213 .........

    361454

    793921

    16777

    1712

    1.1 69080.......... NC......... CHAPEL HILL.........

    4

    25

    300 448

    69110

    355159

    791000

    26537

    2744

    0.4 10645.......... NC......... CHARLOTTE...........

    42

    11

    2.2 363 .........

    351714

    804145

    20685

    2180

    3.7 32326.......... NC......... CHARLOTTE...........

    36

    22

    791 577

    64697

    352049

    811015

    36927

    3095

    1.4 30826.......... NC......... CHARLOTTE...........

    3

    23

    1000 565 .........

    352151

    811113

    43975

    3599

    0.1 49157.......... NC......... CHARLOTTE...........

    18

    27

    1000 368

    28621

    351601

    804405

    30079

    2748

    6.1 74070.......... NC......... CHARLOTTE...........

    9

    34

    1000 348 .........

    351541

    804338

    31482

    2747

    5.7 69124.......... NC......... CONCORD.............

    58

    44

    149 422

    74886

    352130

    803637

    24194

    2537

    3.7 8617........... NC......... DURHAM..............

    11

    11

    19.2 607

    74597

    354005

    783158

    40935

    2807

    4.5 54963.......... NC......... DURHAM..............

    28

    28

    225 610 .........

    354028

    783140

    36204

    2685

    1.5 69292.......... NC......... EDENTON.............

    2

    20

    543 489 .........

    355400

    762045

    39125

    1359

    0 21245.......... NC......... FAYETTEVILLE........

    62

    36

    1000 242

    36997

    345305

    790429

    20290

    985

    0.2 16517.......... NC......... FAYETTEVILLE........

    40

    38

    500 509

    60837

    353044

    785841

    33401

    2898

    0.6 50782.......... NC......... GOLDSBORO...........

    17

    17

    244 628

    70663

    354029

    783140

    32343

    2496

    7 25544.......... NC......... GREENSBORO..........

    48

    33

    700 575

    38478

    355203

    794926

    33109

    2816

    11.6 54452.......... NC......... GREENSBORO..........

    61

    43

    105 527

    42438

    355202

    794926

    25142

    2207

    5.7 72064.......... NC......... GREENSBORO..........

    2

    51

    1000 569 .........

    355213

    795025

    41290

    3777

    5.9 57838.......... NC......... GREENVILLE..........

    9

    10

    35 575 .........

    352155

    772338

    45399

    1370

    15.8 35582.......... NC......... GREENVILLE..........

    14

    14

    50 205 .........

    352644

    772208

    15450

    649

    0 69149.......... NC......... GREENVILLE..........

    25

    23

    71 331

    42548

    353310

    773606

    17438

    801

    0.1 81508.......... NC......... GREENVILLE..........

    38

    51

    90.7 155

    74769

    352409

    772510

    13446

    594

    0.1

    Page 15315

    65919.......... NC......... HICKORY.............

    14

    40

    600 182

    67111

    354359

    811951

    11030

    776

    19.1 72106.......... NC......... HIGH POINT..........

    8

    8

    15 398

    70590

    354846

    795029

    29992

    2769

    3.7 69444.......... NC......... JACKSONVILLE........

    19

    19

    66.6 561

    74418

    350618

    772015

    23999

    799

    0.4 37971.......... NC......... JACKSONVILLE........

    35

    34

    600 199

    41098

    343110

    772652

    18502

    568

    0 12793.......... NC......... KANNAPOLIS..........

    64

    50

    50 348 .........

    351541

    804338

    18157

    2047

    2.1 35385.......... NC......... LEXINGTON...........

    20

    19

    800 576 .........

    355202

    794926

    44456

    4288

    2 69114.......... NC......... LINVILLE............

    17

    17

    61.6 546

    74613

    360347

    815033

    18558

    1085

    4.1 69416.......... NC......... LUMBERTON...........

    31

    31

    109 319

    69624

    344750

    790242

    17337

    889

    3.5 76324.......... NC......... MANTEO..............

    4

    9

    21.3 274

    74336

    363254

    761116

    29530

    1725

    0 37982.......... NC......... MOREHEAD CITY.......

    8

    8

    9.88 216

    74470

    345301

    763021

    20774

    299

    0 18334.......... NC......... NEW BERN............

    12

    12

    22.2 591

    80237

    350618

    772015

    42635

    1324

    2.9 73205.......... NC......... RALEIGH.............

    22

    27

    568 610 .........

    354028

    783140

    41286

    2847

    2.8 8688........... NC......... RALEIGH.............

    5

    48

    916 629

    69133

    354029

    783139

    41666

    2852

    0.1 64611.......... NC......... RALEIGH.............

    50

    49

    1000 614 .........

    354029

    783140

    44278

    2980

    0.1 69397.......... NC......... ROANOKE RAPIDS......

    36

    36

    50 368

    74543

    361728

    775010

    19141

    604

    8.4 20590.......... NC......... ROCKY MOUNT.........

    47

    15

    180 354

    36353

    360611

    781129

    22787

    1759

    0.1 594............ NC......... WASHINGTON..........

    7

    32

    806 594

    74887

    352155

    772338

    44561

    1497

    1.1 69332.......... NC......... WILMINGTON..........

    39

    29

    700 297 .........

    341916

    781343

    28039

    801

    0.3 72871.......... NC......... WILMINGTON..........

    26

    30

    80 590

    73235

    340753

    781117

    26462

    609

    0 48666.......... NC......... WILMINGTON..........

    6

    44

    575 280

    59015

    341916

    781343

    20378

    591

    0 12033.......... NC......... WILMINGTON..........

    3

    46

    1000 594

    74888

    340751

    781116

    44363

    1060

    0 10133.......... NC......... WILSON..............

    30

    42

    873 539

    68096

    354953

    780850

    32166

    2162

    2 414............ NC......... WINSTON-SALEM.......

    45

    29

    990 576

    39890

    355203

    794926

    37521

    3484

    4.8 53921.......... NC......... WINSTON-SALEM.......

    12

    31

    815 572 .........

    362231

    802226

    37577

    2625

    4.2 69360.......... NC......... WINSTON-SALEM.......

    26

    32

    263 504

    74889

    362234

    802214

    22287

    1868

    6.9 55686.......... ND......... BISMARCK............

    12

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    19.1 466

    74459

    463517

    1004826

    35627

    127

    0.3 22121.......... ND......... BISMARCK............

    17

    16

    1000 275

    68012

    463515

    1004820

    25005

    113

    0 53324.......... ND......... BISMARCK............

    3

    22

    97.3 392

    18952

    463523

    1004802

    21415

    110

    0 82611.......... ND......... BISMARCK............

    26

    26

    50 300

    74760

    463523

    1004739

    17826

    104

    0 41427.......... ND......... BISMARCK............

    5

    31

    500 389

    73210

    463620

    1004822

    26522

    118

    0 22124.......... ND......... DEVILS LAKE.........

    8

    8

    16.2 451

    74687

    480824

    975938

    35778

    150

    0 162016......... ND......... DEVILS LAKE......... .....

    25

    134 245

    66852

    480348

    992009

    18198

    39

    0 41430.......... ND......... DICKINSON...........

    7

    7

    11.3 223

    74419

    465649

    1025917

    22461

    33

    0.9 53329.......... ND......... DICKINSON...........

    9

    9

    8.35 246

    74437

    464334

    1025456

    22539

    36

    0 55684.......... ND......... DICKINSON...........

    2

    19

    50 217

    59817

    464335

    1025457

    13157

    28

    0 53315.......... ND......... ELLENDALE...........

    19

    20

    72.3 163

    64873

    461756

    985156

    13632

    18

    0 53321.......... ND......... FARGO...............

    13

    13

    11.4 344

    74460

    470048

    971137

    28996

    257

    0 55372.......... ND......... FARGO...............

    15

    19

    1000 379

    28940

    464029

    961340

    28028

    320

    0.1 22129.......... ND......... FARGO...............

    6

    21

    1000 356 .........

    470028

    971202

    34973

    345

    0 61961.......... ND......... FARGO...............

    11

    44

    356 576

    73213

    472032

    971720

    31290

    314

    0 53320.......... ND......... GRAND FORKS.........

    2

    15

    50 408

    74645

    480818

    975935

    20362

    116

    0 86208.......... ND......... GRAND FORKS.........

    27

    27

    50

    96

    74762

    475745

    970312

    11054

    108

    0 55364.......... ND......... JAMESTOWN...........

    7

    7

    13 135

    80206

    465530

    984621

    18175

    42

    0.5 41425.......... ND......... MINOT...............

    10

    10

    7.69 207

    80232

    481256

    1011905

    21143

    75

    1.7 55685.......... ND......... MINOT...............

    13

    13

    16.1 344

    74570

    480302

    1012029

    29701

    89

    0 22127.......... ND......... MINOT...............

    14

    14

    60 216 .........

    480311

    1012305

    16113

    70

    0 82615.......... ND......... MINOT...............

    24

    24

    50 239

    74756

    480314

    1012603

    15862

    69

    0 53313.......... ND......... MINOT...............

    6

    40

    146 249

    59853

    480302

    1012325

    15514

    70

    0 55362.......... ND......... PEMBINA.............

    12

    12

    28.7 413

    74382

    485944

    972428

    35647

    43

    0.1 49134.......... ND......... VALLEY CITY.........

    4

    38

    382 573

    73275

    471645

    972026

    32236

    317

    0 41429.......... ND......... WILLISTON...........

    8

    8

    7.21 323

    74598

    480802

    1035136

    24857

    38

    0 55683.......... ND......... WILLISTON...........

    11

    14

    50 257

    59878

    480830

    1035334

    14655

    32

    0.5 53318.......... ND......... WILLISTON...........

    4

    51

    53.9 248

    64823

    480830

    1035334

    12463

    31

    0 47996.......... NE......... ALLIANCE............

    13

    13

    20.9 469

    74471

    415024

    1030318

    33136

    89

    1.5 47981.......... NE......... BASSETT.............

    7

    7

    18.7 453

    74383

    422005

    992901

    35064

    41

    3.3 7894........... NE......... GRAND ISLAND........

    11

    11

    15.2 308

    74493

    403520

    984810

    28343

    219

    0.3 27220.......... NE......... GRAND ISLAND........

    17

    19

    1000 186

    28644

    404344

    983413

    18605

    195

    0 48003.......... NE......... HASTINGS............

    5

    5

    6.78 223

    80198

    403906

    982304

    28719

    229

    0 47987.......... NE......... HASTINGS............

    29

    28

    200 366

    39665

    404620

    980521

    22116

    179

    0.1 21162.......... NE......... HAYES CENTER........

    6

    18

    1000 216

    74892

    403729

    1010158

    24515

    76

    0 21160.......... NE......... KEARNEY.............

    13

    36

    753 338

    74893

    403928

    985204

    30484

    227

    0 47975.......... NE......... LEXINGTON...........

    3

    26

    375 251

    32442

    402305

    992730

    19875

    107

    0 11264.......... NE......... LINCOLN.............

    8

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    17.8 440

    75015

    405259

    971820

    35535

    695

    2.8 7890........... NE......... LINCOLN.............

    10

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    18.4 454

    74987

    404808

    971046

    36426

    887

    0.4 66589.......... NE......... LINCOLN.............

    12

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    8.16 253

    74553

    410818

    962719

    23215

    1145

    0.1 84453.......... NE......... LINCOLN.............

    51

    51

    200 461

    74786

    404738

    971422

    25974

    454

    0 72362.......... NE......... MCCOOK..............

    8

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    10.4 218 .........

    394948

    1004204

    23270

    48

    0.3 47971.......... NE......... MERRIMAN............

    12

    12

    15.7 328

    74407

    424038

    1014236

    26524

    27

    1.8 47995.......... NE......... NORFOLK.............

    19

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    53.8 348

    74397

    421415

    971641

    15941

    214

    5.9 49273.......... NE......... NORTH PLATTE........

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    6.75 192

    80195

    411213

    1004358

    27013

    67

    0 47973.......... NE......... NORTH PLATTE........

    9

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    15.5 311

    74398

    410116

    1010910

    28103

    66

    0 23277.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    15

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    295 475 .........

    410416

    961331

    34708

    1240

    0 47974.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    26

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    200 117 .........

    411528

    960032

    15002

    836

    0 53903.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    7

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    700 396 .........

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    960133

    35092

    1220

    0 65528.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    6

    22

    1000 398 .........

    411840

    960137

    37205

    1242

    0 51491.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    42

    43

    700 475 .........

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    961333

    36280

    1255

    0 35190.......... NE......... OMAHA...............

    3

    45

    1000 426 .........

    411824

    960136

    35409

    1221

    0.3 17683.......... NE......... SCOTTSBLUFF.........

    4

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    32 475 .........

    415028

    1030427

    37186

    95

    3.4 136747......... NE......... SCOTTSBLUFF.........

    16

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    91.5 238

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    1034935

    14585

    56

    0.2 63182.......... NE......... SCOTTSBLUFF.........

    10

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    1000 256

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    415958

    1033955

    24074

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    1.1

    Page 15316

    21161.......... NE......... SUPERIOR............

    4

    34

    1000 344

    74895

    400515

    975512

    31807

    185

    0.1 48406.......... NH......... CONCORD.............

    21

    33

    100 344

    42932

    431104

    711912

    16703

    2327

    3.5 14682.......... NH......... DERRY...............

    50

    35

    7.3 191 .........

    424407

    712331

    8996

    3843

    2.3 69237.......... NH......... DURHAM..............

    11

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    15.8 302

    80234

    431033

    711229

    26397

    4074

    0.5 69271.......... NH......... KEENE...............

    52

    49

    50 329

    74896

    430200

    722204

    11793

    404

    5 69328.......... NH......... LITTLETON...........

    49

    48

    50 390

    74897

    442114

    714423

    11253

    131

    0 73292.......... NH......... MANCHESTER..........

    9

    9

    7.11 305

    74688

    425902

    713524

    20862

    4589

    2.6 51864.......... NH......... MERRIMACK...........

    60

    34

    80 293

    28154

    425902

    713520

    13421

    3094

    4 9739........... NJ......... ATLANTIC CITY....... .....

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    200 284

    40339

    394341

    745039

    13582

    5320

    11 23142.......... NJ......... ATLANTIC CITY.......

    62

    49

    130 296

    27898

    393753

    742112

    15516

    1908

    0.2 7623........... NJ......... BURLINGTON..........

    48

    27

    160 354

    68951

    400230

    751411

    19775

    7092

    4.5 48481.......... NJ......... CAMDEN..............

    23

    22

    197 266 .........

    394341

    745039

    20659

    6862

    0 73333.......... NJ......... LINDEN..............

    47

    36

    832 408

    42433

    404454

    735910

    28663

    19700

    1.6 48477.......... NJ......... MONTCLAIR...........

    50

    51

    200 238 .........

    405153

    741203

    16560

    17216

    0.3 48457.......... NJ......... NEW BRUNSWICK.......

    58

    8

    20.2 212

    32754

    403717

    743015

    20769

    16912

    10.5 18795.......... NJ......... NEWARK..............

    13

    13

    3.2 500

    74696

    404243

    740049

    25695

    19240

    1.6 60555.......... NJ......... NEWARK..............

    68

    30

    189 321

    80192

    404522

    735912

    16609

    17182

    2.8 43952.......... NJ......... NEWTON..............

    63

    18

    1000 250

    67170

    405153

    741203

    18520

    17260

    0 74215.......... NJ......... PATERSON............

    41

    40

    300 421

    29858

    404454

    735910

    23316

    19038

    0.4 74197.......... NJ......... SECAUCUS............

    9

    38

    136 500

    74898

    404243

    740049

    26502

    19428

    0.3 48465.......... NJ......... TRENTON.............

    52

    43

    50 271

    74899

    401700

    744120

    14079

    8751

    11.3 60560.......... NJ......... VINELAND............

    65

    29

    225 396

    72018

    400230

    751411

    20524

    7421

    5.7 20818.......... NJ......... WEST MILFORD........

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    29

    200 167

    33869

    404718

    741519

    8192

    13959

    12.2 61111.......... NJ......... WILDWOOD............

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    36

    200 128 .........

    390728

    744556

    14738

    739

    0.9 53928.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    7

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    27.6 1243

    74445

    351253

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    53948

    961

    0 48575.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    13

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    7.03 1287

    74399

    351240

    1062657

    43540

    925

    0 1151........... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    32

    17

    65.6 1247

    58949

    351251

    1062701

    34322

    913

    0 57220.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    14

    22

    303 376

    74730

    352444

    1064332

    16156

    820

    0 993............ NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    23

    24

    200 1243 .........

    351254

    1062702

    47308

    935

    0 35313.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    4

    26

    270 1277 .........

    351242

    1062658

    48914

    934

    0.1 55528.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    5

    35

    250 1287 .........

    351249

    1062701

    46539

    929

    0 35084.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    41

    42

    321 1262 .........

    351241

    1062656

    46959

    928

    0 55049.......... NM......... ALBUQUERQUE.........

    50

    45

    245 1287

    41944

    351248

    1062700

    42560

    921

    0 53908.......... NM......... CARLSBAD............

    6

    19

    912 333 .........

    324738

    1041229

    32390

    153

    0.6 83707.......... NM......... CARLSBAD............

    25

    25

    50 134

    74757

    322609

    1041114

    11804

    51

    0 40450.......... NM......... CLOVIS..............

    12

    20

    598 204

    74900

    341134

    1031644

    21451

    87

    0 53904.......... NM......... FARMINGTON..........

    3

    8

    40 166 .........

    364017

    1081352

    23531

    151

    0 35321.......... NM......... FARMINGTON..........

    12

    12

    13.7 125

    84833

    364143

    1081314

    16977

    138

    0 27431.......... NM......... HOBBS...............

    29

    29

    67.4 159

    74400

    324328

    1030546

    13761

    81

    0 55516.......... NM......... LAS CRUCES..........

    22

    23

    200 205

    68952

    321733

    1064151

    15162

    540

    0 36916.......... NM......... LAS CRUCES..........

    48

    47

    200 134

    74901

    320230

    1062741

    8205

    693

    0 18338.......... NM......... PORTALES............

    3

    32

    82.6 190 .........

    341508

    1031420

    15679

    81

    0 62272.......... NM......... ROSWELL.............

    8

    8

    20.8 499

    74533

    332231

    1034612

    38887

    159

    0 48556.......... NM......... ROSWELL.............

    10

    10

    24.3 610

    74558

    330320

    1034912

    43742

    187

    0.1 84157.......... NM......... ROSWELL.............

    21

    21

    164 128

    74747

    330601

    1041515

    11510

    77

    0 53539.......... NM......... ROSWELL.............

    27

    27

    50 115

    74474

    332458

    1043359

    7382

    63

    0 84215.......... NM......... SANTA FE............ .....

    9

    0.2 1241

    67438

    351245

    1062658

    20827

    857

    0.8 60793.......... NM......... SANTA FE............

    11

    10

    30 608 .........

    354648

    1063133

    38985

    904

    1.3 32311.......... NM......... SANTA FE............

    2

    27

    255 1278 .........

    351250

    1062701

    48241

    933

    0.2 76268.......... NM......... SANTA FE............

    19

    29

    245 1289 .........

    351244

    1062657

    47629

    935

    0 53911.......... NM......... SILVER CITY.........

    10

    10

    3.2 485

    74976

    325146

    1081428

    22295

    59

    0.2 85114.......... NM......... SILVER CITY.........

    6

    12

    3.2 502

    74712

    325149

    1081427

    16454

    58

    0 63845.......... NV......... ELKO................

    10

    10

    3.2 557 .........

    404152

    1155413

    21628

    36

    0 86537.......... NV......... ELY.................

    3

    3

    1 279

    74709

    391446

    1145536

    6317

    8

    0 86538.......... NV......... ELY.................

    6

    27

    1000 270

    74713

    391553

    1145335

    13318

    8

    0 86201.......... NV......... GOLDFIELD...........

    7

    50

    50 448

    74716

    380305

    1171330

    8739

    3

    0 35870.......... NV......... HENDERSON...........

    5

    9

    86 385 .........

    360026

    1150022

    29838

    1362

    0.1 69677.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    3

    2

    27.7 384 .........

    360030

    1150020

    41187

    1418

    0.1 35042.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    8

    7

    30.1 609 .........

    355644

    1150233

    33021

    1366

    0 11683.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    10

    11

    105 371 .........

    360027

    1150024

    30092

    1360

    0 74100.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    13

    13

    16 606 .........

    355643

    1150232

    27920

    1363

    0 67089.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    15

    16

    1000 571

    36067

    355646

    1150234

    24277

    1352

    0 10179.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    21

    22

    630 383

    73225

    360028

    1150024

    18735

    1351

    0 10195.......... NV......... LAS VEGAS...........

    33

    29

    1000 383

    73223

    360028

    1150024

    19334

    1351

    0 41237.......... NV......... LAUGHLIN............

    34

    32

    1000 607

    66737

    353907

    1141842

    27099

    1276

    0.1 63768.......... NV......... PARADISE............

    39

    40

    200 357 .........

    360036

    1150020

    14586

    1350

    0 60307.......... NV......... RENO................

    4

    7

    16.1 879 .........

    391857

    1195302

    39288

    677

    3 63331.......... NV......... RENO................

    8

    8

    15.6 893

    80185

    391849

    1195300

    39660

    667

    2.6 59139.......... NV......... RENO................

    2

    13

    16.1 876 .........

    391857

    1195302

    38571

    678

    0.3 10228.......... NV......... RENO................

    5

    15

    50 140

    74902

    393501

    1194752

    6245

    389

    0 19191.......... NV......... RENO................

    21

    20

    53 176

    42485

    393503

    1194751

    6065

    363

    0 51493.......... NV......... RENO................

    27

    26

    1000 894

    28095

    391847

    1195259

    36813

    577

    0.5 48360.......... NV......... RENO................

    11

    44

    1000 836

    44000

    393523

    1195537

    19310

    403

    0 86643.......... NV......... TONOPAH.............

    9

    9

    3.2 448

    74720

    380305

    1171330

    12955

    3

    0 63846.......... NV......... WINNEMUCCA..........

    7

    7

    3.2 650 .........

    410041

    1174559

    23096

    17

    0 11970.......... NY......... ALBANY..............

    23

    7

    10 434 .........

    423731

    740038

    26077

    1488

    1.1 73363.......... NY......... ALBANY..............

    13

    12

    9.1 436 .........

    423731

    740038

    26438

    1477

    0.2 74422.......... NY......... ALBANY..............

    10

    26

    700 426

    67986

    423731

    740038

    27072

    1496

    1.5 13933.......... NY......... AMSTERDAM...........

    55

    50

    450 207

    38556

    425904

    741056

    13763

    993

    0 2325........... NY......... BATAVIA.............

    51

    23

    445 279

    74609

    425342

    780056

    19868

    2211

    0.5

    Page 15317

    72623.......... NY......... BATH................

    14

    14

    50 318

    74731

    421828

    771317

    15650

    468

    14.6 23337.......... NY......... BINGHAMTON..........

    12

    7

    20.4 342 .........

    420331

    755706

    27192

    1000

    1.9 62210.......... NY......... BINGHAMTON..........

    40

    8

    7.9 371

    70921

    420322

    755639

    21243

    751

    1.4 11260.......... NY......... BINGHAMTON..........

    34

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    450 263

    70326

    420339

    755636

    16714

    635

    2.2 74034.......... NY......... BINGHAMTON..........

    46

    42

    50 408 .........

    420340

    755645

    17846

    603

    1.2 415............ NY......... BUFFALO.............

    29

    14

    1000 300

    76608

    430132

    785543

    20685

    1403

    1.1 71905.......... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    23

    32

    1000 303 .........

    430148

    785515

    28159

    1513

    2.1 64547.......... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    2

    33

    480 295 .........

    424307

    783347

    22900

    1848

    1.2 67784.......... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    49

    34

    175 288

    78226

    430132

    785543

    12091

    1291

    1.9 54176.......... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    7

    38

    358 433 .........

    423815

    783712

    29175

    1990

    0.2 7780........... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    4

    39

    790 417 .........

    423933

    783733

    32947

    2280

    0.1 71928.......... NY......... BUFFALO.............

    17

    43

    156 330

    74905

    430148

    785515

    21439

    1386

    0.1 68851.......... NY......... CARTHAGE............

    7

    7

    15.1 221

    84827

    435716

    754345

    22614

    259

    5.6 78908.......... NY......... CORNING.............

    30

    30

    25 334

    76601

    420830

    770439

    12414

    352

    2.1 62219.......... NY......... CORNING.............

    48

    48

    50 166

    75045

    420943

    770215

    9513

    285

    1 60653.......... NY......... ELMIRA..............

    18

    18

    90 363

    70327

    420622

    765217

    16933

    606

    3.1 71508.......... NY......... ELMIRA..............

    36

    36

    50 320

    74631

    420620

    765217

    15737

    545

    0.2 38336.......... NY......... GARDEN CITY.........

    21

    21

    89.9 111

    74455

    404719

    732709

    10930

    13638

    0.1 34329.......... NY......... ITHACA..............

    52

    20 0.015

    1 .........

    422546

    762948

    382

    66

    2.6 30303.......... NY......... JAMESTOWN...........

    26

    26

    234 463

    75000

    422336

    791344

    22922

    1548

    0.2 74156.......... NY......... KINGSTON............ .....

    48

    950 378

    65356

    412918

    735656

    23706

    14181

    1.2 1328........... NY......... NEW YORK............

    7

    7

    3.2 491

    74571

    404243

    740049

    26537

    19365

    0.9 73881.......... NY......... NEW YORK............

    11

    11

    3.2 506

    80235

    404243

    740049

    26002

    19228

    2 6048........... NY......... NEW YORK............

    25

    24

    151 310 .........

    404522

    735912

    20860

    18221

    1.3 47535.......... NY......... NEW YORK............

    4

    28

    164 515

    74906

    404243

    740049

    28669

    19696

    1 73356.......... NY......... NEW YORK............

    31

    31

    225 458

    74482

    404243

    740049

    20490

    17944

    5.8 9610........... NY......... NEW YORK............

    2

    33

    239 482

    74646

    404243

    740049

    26765

    19217

    3.4 22206.......... NY......... NEW YORK............

    5

    44

    225 515

    74907

    404243

    740049

    27036

    19135

    3.6 57476.......... NY......... NORTH POLE..........

    5

    14

    650 845

    72521

    443132

    724858

    39057

    642

    0 62137.......... NY......... NORWOOD.............

    18

    23

    40 242 .........

    442929

    745127

    14994

    163

    0.1 46755.......... NY......... PLATTSBURGH.........

    57

    38

    100 737

    66309

    444143

    735300

    26048

    413

    0 67993.......... NY......... POUGHKEEPSIE........

    54

    27

    800 358

    43683

    412920

    735653

    23834

    10810

    34.2 73206.......... NY......... RIVERHEAD...........

    55

    47

    410 196

    72009

    405350

    725456

    14328

    4541

    1 70041.......... NY......... ROCHESTER...........

    10

    10

    12.7 152

    84849

    430807

    773502

    20451

    1207

    0 73371.......... NY......... ROCHESTER...........

    13

    13

    5.83 152

    74689

    430807

    773503

    17099

    1134

    0.7 57274.......... NY......... ROCHESTER...........

    21

    16

    180 130

    68025

    430807

    773503

    12874

    1118

    0.1 413............ NY......... ROCHESTER...........

    31

    28

    320 161

    66841

    430805

    773507

    13190

    1127

    0 73964.......... NY......... ROCHESTER...........

    8

    45

    1000 122

    69994

    430807

    773502

    15154

    1146

    0.4 77515.......... NY......... SARANAC LAKE........

    40

    40

    50 440

    74774

    440935

    742834

    11926

    38

    1.7 73942.......... NY......... SCHENECTADY.........

    6

    6

    4.46 426

    74544

    423731

    740038

    30364

    1567

    1.7 73263.......... NY......... SCHENECTADY.........

    17

    34

    325 426 .........

    423731

    740038

    24147

    1423

    0.8 73264.......... NY......... SCHENECTADY.........

    45

    43

    676 413

    67289

    423731

    740038

    24332

    1399

    0.9 60553.......... NY......... SMITHTOWN...........

    67

    23

    150 204

    39829

    405323

    725713

    13615

    4096

    15.2 9088........... NY......... SPRINGVILLE.........

    67

    7

    15.5 411

    74575

    423814

    783711

    16459

    1363

    1.1 64352.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    56

    15

    78.2 379

    74790

    431818

    760300

    17835

    1053

    0.8 73113.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    9

    17

    105 402

    44725

    425642

    760128

    22102

    1222

    0.1 40758.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    68

    19

    621 445

    29285

    425250

    761200

    29954

    1648

    0.3 21252.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    3

    24

    210 405 .........

    425642

    760707

    26516

    1368

    0.1 53734.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    24

    25

    97 393 .........

    425642

    760707

    22555

    1272

    0.1 58725.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    43

    44

    680 445

    68111

    425250

    761200

    27037

    1403

    0 74151.......... NY......... SYRACUSE............

    5

    47

    500 290 .........

    425719

    760634

    22565

    1246

    0 43424.......... NY......... UTICA...............

    33

    27

    688 433

    59327

    430213

    752641

    25154

    1066

    2.1 60654.......... NY......... UTICA...............

    2

    29

    708 402

    45240

    430609

    745627

    28378

    1294

    3.3 57837.......... NY......... UTICA...............

    20

    30

    50 227

    45963

    430843

    751035

    10520

    449

    8.4 16747.......... NY......... WATERTOWN...........

    50

    21

    25 331

    44780

    435247

    754312

    15745

    186

    0 62136.......... NY......... WATERTOWN...........

    16

    41

    50 370

    74911

    435144

    754340

    18784

    234

    0.3 70491.......... OH......... AKRON...............

    23

    23

    317 296

    74690

    410353

    813459

    21976

    4065

    0.2 72958.......... OH......... AKRON...............

    55

    30

    1000 331

    71743

    412302

    814144

    25072

    3710

    0 49421.......... OH......... AKRON...............

    49

    50

    180 305 .........

    410458

    813802

    18680

    3641

    6.7 49439.......... OH......... ALLIANCE............

    45

    45

    388 223

    74576

    405423

    805439

    15811

    2304

    0 50147.......... OH......... ATHENS..............

    20

    27

    250 242 .........

    391852

    820859

    19481

    708

    1.9 6568........... OH......... BOWLING GREEN.......

    27

    27

    110 320 .........

    410812

    835424

    21416

    1313

    0 50141.......... OH......... CAMBRIDGE...........

    44

    35

    310 385

    68039

    400532

    811719

    24017

    1218

    1.1 67893.......... OH......... CANTON..............

    17

    39

    200 292 .........

    410320

    813538

    20718

    3970

    1 43870.......... OH......... CANTON..............

    67

    47

    1000 134

    40562

    410633

    812010

    15841

    3693

    0 21158.......... OH......... CHILLICOTHE.........

    53

    46

    1000 328

    33138

    393520

    830644

    27391

    2595

    0.2 59438.......... OH......... CINCINNATI..........

    9

    10

    15.4 305

    75072

    390731

    842957

    27029

    3082

    0.6 11289.......... OH......... CINCINNATI..........

    12

    12

    15.6 305

    75016

    390658

    843005

    26169

    3013

    1.9 11204.......... OH......... CINCINNATI..........

    64

    33

    500 337

    39190

    391201

    843122

    24994

    3100

    0 65666.......... OH......... CINCINNATI..........

    48

    34

    400 326

    78227

    390727

    843118

    23378

    2979

    0.1 46979.......... OH......... CINCINNATI..........

    5

    35

    1000 311 .........

    390727

    843118

    29790

    3176

    0.1 73150.......... OH......... CLEVELAND...........

    8

    8

    15.7 305

    75017

    412147

    814258

    27926

    3964

    1.5 59441.......... OH......... CLEVELAND...........

    5

    15

    1000 311

    75073

    412227

    814306

    31477

    4147

    3.2 73195.......... OH......... CLEVELAND...........

    3

    17

    1000 296

    84838

    412310

    814121

    30387

    4263

    0 18753.......... OH......... CLEVELAND...........

    25

    26

    100 313

    42131

    412028

    814425

    18860

    3498

    0.1 60556.......... OH......... CLEVELAND...........

    61

    34

    525 334

    40362

    412258

    814207

    25232

    3931

    0.3 56549.......... OH......... COLUMBUS............

    6

    13

    59 286

    39803

    395614

    830116

    26405

    2526

    10.4 50781.......... OH......... COLUMBUS............

    4

    14

    902 264 .........

    395816

    830140

    28164

    2467

    0.4 71217.......... OH......... COLUMBUS............

    10

    21

    1000 279 .........

    395816

    830140

    28074

    2497

    2.6 74137.......... OH......... COLUMBUS............

    28

    36

    1000 271 .........

    395614

    830116

    25893

    2312

    1.6

    Page 15318

    66185.......... OH......... COLUMBUS............

    34

    38

    250 291 .........

    400933

    825523

    21605

    2191

    0.4 25067.......... OH......... DAYTON..............

    16

    16

    126 320 .........

    394316

    841500

    21274

    3118

    2.2 411............ OH......... DAYTON..............

    45

    30

    425 351

    29247

    394328

    841518

    22696

    2885

    7 41458.......... OH......... DAYTON..............

    7

    41

    1000 290

    67218

    394402

    841453

    24364

    3196

    0.5 65690.......... OH......... DAYTON..............

    2

    50

    1000 323 .........

    394307

    841522

    29198

    3497

    0.3 73155.......... OH......... DAYTON..............

    22

    51

    138 351 .........

    394328

    841518

    21345

    3050

    1.9 37503.......... OH......... LIMA................

    35

    8

    27.5 148

    72830

    404451

    840755

    22513

    995

    8.8 1222........... OH......... LIMA................

    44

    44

    47.4 207

    84841

    404547

    841059

    14071

    556

    0.1 8532........... OH......... LORAIN..............

    43

    28

    200 337

    38130

    412245

    814312

    22230

    3706

    0 41893.......... OH......... MANSFIELD...........

    68

    12

    14 180

    69497

    404550

    823704

    19484

    1109

    12.2 11118.......... OH......... NEWARK..............

    51

    24

    1000 132

    39194

    400445

    824141

    18218

    1935

    0.2 25065.......... OH......... OXFORD..............

    14

    28

    400 268

    43343

    390719

    843252

    20730

    2781

    0 65130.......... OH......... PORTSMOUTH..........

    30

    17

    50 358

    75391

    384542

    830341

    12136

    492

    0.7 66190.......... OH......... PORTSMOUTH..........

    42

    43

    50 382 .........

    384542

    830341

    19181

    604

    8.3 11027.......... OH......... SANDUSKY............

    52

    42

    700 213

    41148

    412348

    824731

    18330

    1542

    0.1 39746.......... OH......... SHAKER HEIGHTS......

    19

    10

    3.5 304

    19316

    412315

    814143

    18665

    3558

    1.3 70138.......... OH......... SPRINGFIELD.........

    26

    26

    50 291

    74421

    394328

    841518

    15181

    2003

    0.9 74122.......... OH......... STEUBENVILLE........

    9

    9

    8.82 261

    74665

    402033

    803714

    21161

    2829

    0.1 17076.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    40

    5

    10 155

    43356

    414441

    840106

    18262

    2235

    17.4 13992.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    11

    11

    13.1 263

    74409

    414022

    832247

    22521

    2387

    0.5 74150.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    13

    13

    14.6 305

    84861

    414100

    832449

    22715

    2547

    3 66285.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    30

    29

    50 314

    75078

    413927

    832555

    18428

    2208

    0 19190.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    36

    46

    110 356

    40304

    413922

    832641

    18875

    2041

    0.8 73354.......... OH......... TOLEDO..............

    24

    49

    59 409

    42576

    414003

    832122

    18182

    1915

    0 72062.......... OH......... YOUNGSTOWN..........

    21

    20

    460 295

    43442

    410448

    803825

    23468

    3296

    0 4693........... OH......... YOUNGSTOWN..........

    33

    36

    50 148 .........

    410343

    803807

    12151

    1299

    3.1 73153.......... OH......... YOUNGSTOWN..........

    27

    41

    700 418 .........

    410324

    803844

    29686

    3817

    26.3 61216.......... OH......... ZANESVILLE..........

    18

    40

    620 169 .........

    395542

    815907

    18268

    818

    1.3 35666.......... OK......... ADA.................

    10

    26

    1000 426 .........

    342134

    963334

    37746

    516

    1.1 1005........... OK......... BARTLESVILLE........

    17

    17

    210 296

    74384

    363059

    954610

    20962

    949

    0 50194.......... OK......... CHEYENNE............

    12

    8

    30 303 .........

    353536

    994002

    30020

    102

    2.7 57431.......... OK......... CLAREMORE...........

    35

    36

    144 255

    76140

    362403

    953630

    15572

    915

    0 50198.......... OK......... EUFAULA.............

    3

    31

    1000 364 .........

    351101

    952019

    31391

    600

    0 35645.......... OK......... LAWTON..............

    7

    11

    138 327 .........

    341255

    984313

    40168

    446

    1.7 78322.......... OK......... MUSKOGEE............

    19

    20

    245 252

    80215

    354508

    954815

    20096

    1001

    0.4 84225.......... OK......... NORMAN..............

    46

    46

    50 416

    74779

    353552

    972922

    18745

    1211

    0.1 12508.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    5

    7

    34 430

    41104

    353345

    972924

    33879

    1406

    0.1 25382.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    9

    9

    19.4 465

    74545

    353258

    972950

    36596

    1436

    0.2 50205.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    13

    13

    26.4 465

    74494

    353552

    972922

    38931

    1456

    0 67999.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    14

    15

    500 358 .........

    353435

    972909

    29701

    1365

    1.1 35388.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    25

    24

    1000 476

    44126

    353258

    972918

    37403

    1448

    0 66222.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    4

    27

    790 489 .........

    353552

    972922

    39060

    1449

    0.7 50170.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    34

    33

    1000 458 .........

    353258

    972918

    39194

    1464

    0 50182.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    43

    40

    55.6 475

    74566

    353522

    972903

    23666

    1272

    0 2566........... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    62

    50

    200 483 .........

    353552

    972922

    28774

    1341

    0 38214.......... OK......... OKLAHOMA CITY.......

    52

    51

    1000 458 .........

    353552

    972922

    36936

    1428

    0 7078........... OK......... OKMULGEE............

    44

    28

    1000 219

    19049

    355002

    960728

    20118

    978

    0.5 77480.......... OK......... SHAWNEE.............

    30

    29

    770 474 .........

    353336

    972907

    38646

    1451

    0.5 59439.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    2

    8

    18.2 558

    74648

    360115

    954032

    40032

    1292

    0.3 35685.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    8

    10

    6.9 542

    42996

    355808

    953655

    28628

    1166

    1.9 66195.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    11

    11

    21.3 521

    84853

    360115

    954032

    38946

    1281

    0.4 11910.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    23

    22

    1000 400 .........

    360136

    954044

    35867

    1235

    1 54420.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    41

    42

    900 381 .........

    360136

    954044

    32279

    1195

    0.2 35434.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    6

    45

    840 573

    74632

    360115

    954032

    40750

    1297

    0.7 37099.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    47

    47

    50 460

    75034

    360115

    954032

    19212

    1018

    0 24485.......... OK......... TULSA...............

    53

    49

    50 182

    74912

    360234

    955711

    13058

    893

    0 86532.......... OK......... WOODWARD............

    35

    35

    50 339

    74767

    361606

    992656

    16828

    37

    0 50588.......... OR......... BEND................

    3

    11

    160 226 .........

    440441

    1211957

    29073

    157

    0 55907.......... OR......... BEND................

    21

    21

    53.7 197

    74422

    440440

    1211949

    10195

    150

    0 166534......... OR......... BEND................ .....

    51

    84.1 206

    75180

    440440

    1211956

    10034

    148

    0 49750.......... OR......... COOS BAY............

    11

    11

    3.2 188

    74446

    432326

    1240746

    12943

    82

    0 35183.......... OR......... COOS BAY............

    23

    22

    10 179

    44658

    432339

    1240756

    8368

    65

    0.9 50590.......... OR......... CORVALLIS...........

    7

    7

    10.1 375

    74546

    443825

    1231625

    24451

    1118

    9.6 34406.......... OR......... EUGENE..............

    9

    9

    12.1 502

    75028

    440657

    1225957

    24311

    513

    0.1 49766.......... OR......... EUGENE..............

    13

    13

    30.9 407

    74988

    440007

    1230653

    28949

    648

    7.6 35189.......... OR......... EUGENE..............

    16

    17

    70 473

    44473

    440657

    1225957

    17731

    465

    0.1 50591.......... OR......... EUGENE..............

    28

    29

    100 403

    60215

    440007

    1230653

    15614

    477

    0 8322........... OR......... EUGENE..............

    34

    31

    88 372

    67996

    440004

    1230645

    13922

    460

    0 83306.......... OR......... GRANTS PASS.........

    30

    30

    50 654

    74763

    422256

    1231629

    19481

    185

    0 8284........... OR......... KLAMATH FALLS.......

    2

    13

    9 659 .........

    420548

    1213757

    29481

    84

    0.2 60740.......... OR......... KLAMATH FALLS.......

    31

    29

    50 691

    74913

    420550

    1213759

    19200

    65

    0 61335.......... OR......... KLAMATH FALLS.......

    22

    33

    50 656

    74914

    420550

    1213759

    20779

    67

    0 50592.......... OR......... LA GRANDE...........

    13

    13

    31.8 775

    74341

    451833

    1174354

    27852

    78

    3.3 81447.......... OR......... LA GRANDE...........

    16

    29

    50 773

    74737

    451835

    1174357

    20192

    42

    0 8260........... OR......... MEDFORD.............

    5

    5

    6.35 823

    74385

    424149

    1231339

    49279

    483

    0 61350.......... OR......... MEDFORD.............

    8

    8

    16.9 818

    74567

    424132

    1231345

    36640

    386

    1 22570.......... OR......... MEDFORD.............

    10

    10

    11.5 1009

    74513

    420455

    1224307

    38336

    337

    0 60736.......... OR......... MEDFORD.............

    12

    12

    16.9 823

    74535

    424132

    1231346

    35257

    377

    2.2 32958.......... OR......... MEDFORD.............

    26

    26

    50 428

    75001

    421754

    1224459

    11117

    216

    0 12729.......... OR......... PENDLETON...........

    11

    11

    22 472

    74974

    454451

    1180211

    30211

    316

    0

    Page 15319

    34874.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    8

    8

    21.9 509

    74577

    453121

    1224446

    30424

    2379

    3.6 50589.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    10

    10

    32 509

    75002

    453121

    1224445

    32672

    2474

    0.1 50633.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    12

    12

    21.9 543

    74483

    453119

    1224453

    30824

    2429

    1.2 35380.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    6

    40

    1000 523 .........

    453058

    1224358

    30516

    2489

    0 21649.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    2

    43

    1000 524 .........

    453057

    1224359

    30145

    2486

    0 47707.......... OR......... PORTLAND............

    24

    45

    1000 522 .........

    453058

    1224359

    29841

    2479

    0 31437.......... OR......... ROSEBURG............

    36

    18

    50 213

    34395

    431409

    1231916

    9672

    93

    0 61551.......... OR......... ROSEBURG............

    4

    19

    50 274

    28609

    431408

    1231918

    9394

    89

    0 35187.......... OR......... ROSEBURG............

    46

    45

    12 109

    44472

    431222

    1232156

    5477

    76

    0.2 5801........... OR......... SALEM...............

    22

    22

    1000 490

    74337

    453121

    1224445

    31809

    2507

    0 10192.......... OR......... SALEM...............

    32

    33

    750 523 .........

    453058

    1224358

    30060

    2482

    0.1 36989.......... PA......... ALLENTOWN...........

    39

    39

    50 302

    74699

    403358

    752606

    15373

    4857

    2.5 39884.......... PA......... ALLENTOWN...........

    69

    46

    400 331

    75251

    403352

    752624

    16472

    6590

    2 20287.......... PA......... ALTOONA.............

    23

    24

    1000 311

    29784

    403406

    782638

    19812

    757

    0.8 23341.......... PA......... ALTOONA.............

    10

    32

    883 305

    70018

    403401

    782630

    22736

    817

    1.5 13929.......... PA......... ALTOONA.............

    47

    46

    50 308

    74915

    403412

    782626

    13077

    575

    0.7 60850.......... PA......... BETHLEHEM...........

    60

    9

    3.2 284

    59326

    403352

    752624

    15693

    5211

    10.6 66219.......... PA......... CLEARFIELD..........

    3

    15

    810 413

    59340

    410720

    782629

    31830

    862

    1.4 24970.......... PA......... ERIE................

    12

    12

    8.63 305

    74599

    420352

    800019

    24248

    675

    0.7 49711.......... PA......... ERIE................

    35

    16

    200 279

    30039

    420215

    800343

    19713

    636

    0.6 19707.......... PA......... ERIE................

    66

    22

    850 276

    65637

    420233

    800356

    14972

    581

    0 65749.......... PA......... ERIE................

    24

    24

    523 310

    70354

    420225

    800409

    20313

    702

    1.1 53716.......... PA......... ERIE................

    54

    50

    200 271

    67971

    420234

    800356

    18066

    531

    3.5 13924.......... PA......... GREENSBURG..........

    40

    50

    362 264

    44438

    402334

    794654

    16433

    2646

    2.3 72326.......... PA......... HARRISBURG..........

    27

    10

    14 346

    40451

    401857

    765702

    22368

    2185

    0.6 72313.......... PA......... HARRISBURG..........

    21

    21

    500 372

    70325

    402043

    765209

    22848

    2357

    4.6 73083.......... PA......... HARRISBURG..........

    33

    36

    50 411

    19302

    402044

    765207

    14856

    1808

    7.5 73375.......... PA......... HAZLETON............

    56

    45

    420 488 .........

    411100

    755210

    26257

    1879

    16.5 69880.......... PA......... JEANNETTE...........

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    6.5 303

    80099

    402334

    794654

    21639

    2960

    0.1 20295.......... PA......... JOHNSTOWN...........

    8

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    6.5 352

    70335

    401053

    790905

    20987

    2536

    0.8 73120.......... PA......... JOHNSTOWN...........

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    1000 386

    65822

    402217

    785856

    24695

    1984

    3 53930.......... PA......... LANCASTER...........

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    5.4 415

    84829

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    763708

    24456

    4088

    3.6 23338.......... PA......... LANCASTER...........

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    500 381

    41227

    401545

    762751

    25174

    3340

    1.1 8616........... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    6.22 332

    80202

    400239

    751426

    32281

    10186

    0.2 73879.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    237 354

    74615

    400230

    751411

    24810

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    0 25453.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    770 375 .........

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    751433

    31614

    10075

    1.6 12499.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    44229

    400230

    751411

    22512

    7859

    3.6 63153.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    325 377

    71122

    400230

    751411

    27178

    8934

    1.6 28480.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    358 377

    71123

    400230

    751411

    25483

    8584

    4.2 51568.......... PA......... PHILADELPHIA........

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    273 347

    74917

    400226

    751420

    22025

    7599

    8.5 41315.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    12.6 210

    80240

    402646

    795751

    21749

    2933

    1.3 25454.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    1000 311 .........

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    800109

    29482

    3587

    0.1 41314.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    64.1 215

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    402646

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    14493

    2602

    0.2 73907.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    402943

    800017

    22255

    2996

    3.9 73875.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    45946

    402943

    800018

    23931

    3093

    0 73910.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    1000 289 .........

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    800016

    25263

    3258

    0.1 65681.......... PA......... PITTSBURGH..........

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    40377

    401649

    794811

    20794

    2868

    0.6 55305.......... PA......... READING.............

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    67694

    401952

    754141

    20961

    5185

    35.2 55350.......... PA......... RED LION............

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    74918

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    763500

    11529

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    17.2 17010.......... PA......... SCRANTON............

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    755226

    32173

    2482

    5.9 64690.......... PA......... SCRANTON............

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    528 354

    59210

    412606

    754335

    20285

    1051

    5.2 73374.......... PA......... SCRANTON............

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    57.6 385

    75018

    412609

    754345

    15550

    899

    3.7 47929.......... PA......... SCRANTON............

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    200 487 .........

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    755217

    23850

    1905

    2.3 73318.......... PA......... SCRANTON............

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    100 506 .........

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    755210

    21428

    1732

    0.5 71225.......... PA......... WILKES-BARRE........

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    32642

    2524

    5.2 52075.......... PA......... WILLIAMSPORT........

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    411157

    770739

    12710

    326

    2.1 10213.......... PA......... YORK................

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    763600

    22845

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    26.3 50063.......... RI......... BLOCK ISLAND........

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    67093

    412941

    714706

    21896

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    4 73311.......... RI......... PROVIDENCE..........

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    5899

    0.8 47404.......... RI......... PROVIDENCE..........

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    28045

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    0.8 56092.......... RI......... PROVIDENCE..........

    36

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    65226

    415154

    711715

    11209

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    34.3 50780.......... RI......... PROVIDENCE..........

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    84850

    415154

    711715

    27224

    6489

    0.4 61003.......... SC......... ALLENDALE...........

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    427 241

    67765

    331115

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    603

    0 56548.......... SC......... ANDERSON............

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    310 311

    30073

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    0 61007.......... SC......... BEAUFORT............

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    804054

    19925

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    0 61005.......... SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    0 416............ SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    0 21536.......... SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    43263

    325528

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    848

    0 9015........... SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    21692

    657

    0 71297.......... SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    45846

    325528

    794158

    33547

    866

    0.3 10587.......... SC......... CHARLESTON..........

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    325624

    794145

    35154

    925

    0 60963.......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

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    43.7 529

    34078

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    9.5 13990.......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

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    32006

    1450

    1.8 37176.......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

    19

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    804551

    33240

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    6.5 61013.......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

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    966

    0 136750......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

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    74780

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    5835

    584

    16.7 19199.......... SC......... COLUMBIA............

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    43955

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    27312

    1158

    1.4 61004.......... SC......... CONWAY..............

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    335658

    790631

    27745

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    0 66407.......... SC......... FLORENCE............

    13

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    22.4 594

    84834

    342202

    791922

    43473

    1647

    1.4 17012.......... SC......... FLORENCE............

    15

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    421 602 .........

    342153

    791949

    42129

    1611

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    Page 15320

    3133........... SC......... FLORENCE............

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    74438

    342153

    791949

    32639

    1312

    0.1 61008.......... SC......... FLORENCE............

    33

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    45 242 .........

    341648

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    14727

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    0.2 82494.......... SC......... GEORGETOWN.......... .....

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    500 171

    66448

    335012

    785111

    14797

    379

    2 61010.......... SC......... GREENVILLE..........

    29

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    65 378

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    345629

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    1753

    0.1 9064........... SC......... GREENVILLE..........

    16

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    345626

    822441

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    1507

    0.5 72300.......... SC......... GREENVILLE..........

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    164 765

    84836

    351056

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    29139

    1820

    0.7 53905.......... SC......... GREENVILLE..........

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    84818

    350640

    823617

    38470

    2132

    0.5 60931.......... SC......... GREENWOOD...........

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    49 230 .........

    342219

    821005

    15770

    1009

    0.7 27245.......... SC......... HARDEEVILLE.........

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    1000 455

    75003

    320245

    812027

    34454

    819

    0 9054........... SC......... MYRTLE BEACH........

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    1000 459

    39594

    341119

    791100

    36913

    1343

    0.9 83969.......... SC......... MYRTLE BEACH........

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    165 186

    77954

    334350

    790432

    13305

    334

    0 61009.......... SC......... ROCK HILL...........

    30

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    403 212

    67767

    345023

    810107

    15304

    1610

    0.2 20624.......... SC......... ROCK HILL...........

    55

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    200 595 .........

    352144

    810919

    30125

    2793

    2.7 66391.......... SC......... SPARTANBURG.........

    7

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    20.5 657

    74611

    351012

    821727

    40644

    2745

    0.4 61011.......... SC......... SPARTANBURG.........

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    50 302 .........

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    814916

    16629

    1263

    4 61012.......... SC......... SUMTER..............

    27

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    98.4 364 .........

    335251

    801615

    22690

    1018

    0.4 40902.......... SC......... SUMTER..............

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    500 391

    66995

    340658

    804551

    23915

    1157

    7.1 48659.......... SD......... ABERDEEN............

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    19.4 427

    74475

    450632

    975330

    32920

    127

    2.8 61064.......... SD......... ABERDEEN............

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    74927

    452955

    974035

    21097

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    0 61067.......... SD......... BROOKINGS...........

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    9.16 230

    70586

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    971342

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    123

    4.1 61071.......... SD......... EAGLE BUTTE.........

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    21.9 518

    74989

    450320

    1021540

    37160

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    3 41975.......... SD......... FLORENCE............

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    74334

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    973450

    25730

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    0 28501.......... SD......... HURON...............

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    13.5 259

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    1.1 34348.......... SD......... LEAD................

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    0 17686.......... SD......... LEAD................

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    1035012

    44028

    162

    0 61063.......... SD......... LOWRY...............

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    74386

    451634

    995903

    27187

    27

    0.7 61062.......... SD......... MARTIN..............

    8

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    12.9 265

    74461

    432606

    1013314

    24925

    28

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    1000 315 .........

    434533

    982444

    31314

    100

    0 61066.......... SD......... PIERRE..............

    10

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    21.4 488

    74447

    435755

    993556

    37734

    62

    1.3 48660.......... SD......... PIERRE..............

    4

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    1000 378

    44050

    440307

    1000503

    30333

    45

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    3

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    7.1 185

    39981

    440407

    1031503

    21008

    131

    0 34347.......... SD......... RAPID CITY..........

    7

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    12.3 204

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    440400

    1031501

    19308

    129

    1 41969.......... SD......... RAPID CITY..........

    15

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    150 154

    68112

    440413

    1031501

    14080

    118

    0 81464.......... SD......... RAPID CITY..........

    21

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    50 211

    74748

    440533

    1031453

    14030

    121

    0 61068.......... SD......... RAPID CITY..........

    9

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    76.3 202

    74931

    440307

    1031436

    13945

    117

    0 41964.......... SD......... RELIANCE............

    6

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    40 318

    45870

    435757

    993611

    27251

    49

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    17

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    65 126

    29257

    432920

    964540

    21044

    318

    2.5 41983.......... SD......... SIOUX FALLS.........

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    24.1 589

    74495

    433107

    963205

    40976

    530

    2 48658.......... SD......... SIOUX FALLS.........

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    22.7 610

    75012

    433107

    963205

    41131

    542

    6.5 60728.......... SD......... SIOUX FALLS.........

    23

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    963919

    9342

    217

    0 29121.......... SD......... SIOUX FALLS.........

    36

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    152 209 .........

    433019

    963419

    16927

    287

    0 55379.......... SD......... SIOUX FALLS.........

    46

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    1000 608 .........

    433018

    963322

    43736

    577

    0 61072.......... SD......... VERMILLION..........

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    236 204 .........

    430301

    964701

    17956

    395

    1.4 22590.......... TN......... CHATTANOOGA.........

    9

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    10.7 317

    74516

    350941

    851903

    21462

    1022

    4.4 54385.......... TN......... CHATTANOOGA.........

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    20.3 376

    74582

    350806

    851925

    25744

    1171

    1.8 59137.......... TN......... CHATTANOOGA.........

    3

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    34.8 335

    39987

    350940

    851851

    22294

    1065

    3.6 65667.......... TN......... CHATTANOOGA.........

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    200 336 .........

    351226

    851652

    20169

    974

    1.1 71353.......... TN......... CHATTANOOGA.........

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    40

    84 350

    68567

    351234

    851639

    15882

    880

    0.3 72060.......... TN......... CLEVELAND...........

    53

    42

    500 333

    67273

    351234

    851639

    21132

    1017

    0.3 69479.......... TN......... COOKEVILLE..........

    22

    22

    50 425

    74600

    361026

    852037

    20663

    419

    4.3 28468.......... TN......... COOKEVILLE..........

    28

    36

    733 429

    64292

    361604

    864744

    28993

    1833

    0.5 72971.......... TN......... CROSSVILLE..........

    20

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    189 719

    75046

    360633

    842017

    33281

    1435

    0.8 40761.......... TN......... GREENEVILLE.........

    39

    38

    1000 795

    59933

    360124

    824256

    33197

    1840

    0.2 60820.......... TN......... HENDERSONVILLE......

    50

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    264 417

    62261

    361603

    864744

    23496

    1687

    1.5 68519.......... TN......... JACKSON.............

    16

    39

    392 296 .........

    354722

    890614

    23937

    609

    0 65204.......... TN......... JACKSON.............

    7

    43

    920 323

    74935

    353815

    884132

    29064

    630

    0.5 52628.......... TN......... JELLICO.............

    54

    23

    18 608

    29572

    361153

    841351

    18076

    1024

    0.6 57826.......... TN......... JOHNSON CITY........

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    23 692

    74679

    362555

    820815

    33619

    1273

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    200 699

    29681

    362552

    820817

    20047

    817

    1.1 83931.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE........... .....

    7

    55 382

    66337

    360036

    835557

    27676

    1275

    2.7 46984.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE...........

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    24.7 530

    75019

    360013

    835635

    32945

    1396

    3.2 18267.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE...........

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    100 551 .........

    355944

    835723

    25572

    1229

    0.4 71082.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE...........

    6

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    930 529 .........

    360013

    835634

    33972

    1438

    1.9 35908.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE...........

    8

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    398 551 .........

    355944

    835723

    29948

    1352

    0.8 19200.......... TN......... KNOXVILLE...........

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    460 529 .........

    360013

    835634

    29596

    1344

    0.2 7651........... TN......... LEBANON.............

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    50 161

    74936

    360913

    862246

    9894

    1179

    0 71645.......... TN......... LEXINGTON...........

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    1000 195

    74937

    354212

    883610

    20726

    465

    0 19184.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

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    7.26 308

    84821

    351009

    895312

    33239

    1600

    0.8 85102.......... TN......... MEMPHIS............. .....

    10

    3.2 306

    74651

    350916

    894920

    18964

    1299

    0.2 12521.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

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    12.9 308

    75055

    351028

    895041

    26711

    1453

    0.6 81692.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

    14

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    255 379

    80188

    352803

    901127

    19956

    1415

    0.1 11907.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

    24

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    1000 340 .........

    351633

    894638

    32105

    1643

    1.3 66174.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

    3

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    1000 305

    74938

    351052

    894956

    30178

    1518

    0.3 42061.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

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    835 320 .........

    350916

    894920

    30623

    1534

    0 68518.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

    30

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    871 340 .........

    351633

    894638

    31598

    1615

    0.2 21726.......... TN......... MEMPHIS.............

    50

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    1000 298 .........

    351241

    894854

    27402

    1452

    0.1 11117.......... TN......... MURFREESBORO........

    39

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    1000 250

    32815

    360458

    862552

    20770

    1547

    0.1 36504.......... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    10.3 425

    80199

    361605

    864716

    39216

    2087

    0.2 41398.......... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    17.6 411

    74578

    360250

    864949

    31972

    1855

    1.7 41232.......... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    42.4 415 .........

    360827

    865156

    36974

    2000

    0.9

    Page 15321

    418............ TN......... NASHVILLE...........

    17

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    39931

    361550

    864739

    31670

    1874

    3 9971........... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    21

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    39919

    361550

    864739

    31591

    1916

    0.9 73310.......... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    350 367

    65623

    361550

    864739

    25194

    1708

    0.1 73188.......... TN......... NASHVILLE...........

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    946 411 .........

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    864949

    36057

    2007

    0.1 18252.......... TN......... SNEEDVILLE..........

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    445 567 .........

    362252

    831049

    30546

    1678

    1.1 81750.......... TN......... TAZEWELL............

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    48

    193 431

    74781

    361530

    833743

    16166

    1003

    0.3 62293.......... TX......... ABILENE.............

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    165 298

    74734

    321631

    993523

    18689

    215

    2.4 59988.......... TX......... ABILENE.............

    32

    24

    1000 258 .........

    321638

    993551

    27447

    268

    0 306............ TX......... ABILENE.............

    9

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    1000 258

    77885

    321638

    993551

    22366

    226

    0 60537.......... TX......... ALVIN...............

    67

    36

    1000 579

    43470

    293415

    953037

    41745

    4843

    0 40446.......... TX......... AMARILLO............

    7

    7

    21.9 518

    74462

    352229

    1015258

    39374

    350

    0 1236........... TX......... AMARILLO............

    2

    8

    5 519 .........

    352230

    1015256

    29297

    314

    5.6 51466.......... TX......... AMARILLO............

    10

    10

    20.8 466 .........

    351734

    1015042

    37002

    347

    0.1 33722.......... TX......... AMARILLO............

    14

    15

    925 464 .........

    352033

    1014921

    40775

    356

    0.1 8523........... TX......... AMARILLO............

    4

    19

    400 455 .........

    352033

    1014921

    34791

    341

    0 68834.......... TX......... ARLINGTON...........

    68

    42

    1000 368

    60704

    323525

    965823

    26621

    5223

    0.9 35649.......... TX......... AUSTIN..............

    7

    7

    15.9 384

    74653

    301836

    974733

    31188

    1835

    0 35920.......... TX......... AUSTIN..............

    36

    21

    700 395 .........

    301933

    974758

    34015

    1894

    1.8 8564........... TX......... AUSTIN..............

    18

    22

    700 358 .........

    301919

    974812

    33104

    1897

    0.1 35867.......... TX......... AUSTIN..............

    24

    33

    1000 376 .........

    301918

    974811

    33409

    1874

    3 33691.......... TX......... AUSTIN..............

    42

    43

    1000 395

    60307

    301918

    974811

    31315

    1837

    2.1 144............ TX......... AUSTIN..............

    54

    49

    500 396

    28952

    301933

    974758

    26233

    1589

    3.2 70492.......... TX......... BAYTOWN.............

    57

    41

    1000 596

    38691

    293415

    953037

    40536

    4831

    0 10150.......... TX......... BEAUMONT............

    12

    12

    12.9 292

    75047

    301124

    935315

    27428

    707

    0 22589.......... TX......... BEAUMONT............

    6

    21

    50 254

    44573

    300824

    935844

    14995

    489

    0 12896.......... TX......... BEAUMONT............

    34

    33

    500 312

    29808

    301041

    935426

    23659

    661

    0 9754........... TX......... BELTON..............

    46

    46

    232 360

    74537

    305908

    973751

    22126

    1398

    5.6 42008.......... TX......... BIG SPRING..........

    4

    33

    174

    83

    66027

    321655

    1012934

    10867

    96

    0 125710......... TX......... BLANCO..............

    17

    18

    224 204

    75128

    294148

    983045

    16810

    1769

    0 83715.......... TX......... BORGER.............. .....

    31

    700 306

    66220

    352033

    1014920

    23168

    314

    0 12523.......... TX......... BROWNSVILLE.........

    23

    24

    1000 445

    39305

    260601

    975020

    35542

    959

    0 60384.......... TX......... BRYAN...............

    28

    28

    50 220

    75013

    304118

    962535

    12801

    270

    0 6669........... TX......... BRYAN...............

    3

    50

    1000 477

    43579

    303316

    960151

    36945

    2953

    0 65301.......... TX......... COLLEGE STATION.....

    15

    12

    3.2 119

    74940

    303748

    962033

    13045

    278

    4.9 58835.......... TX......... CONROE..............

    49

    32

    1000 555

    74342

    293415

    953037

    38783

    4814

    0 28324.......... TX......... CONROE..............

    55

    42

    1000 597

    43288

    293344

    953035

    39190

    4840

    0 10188.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    3

    8

    160 269

    65123

    273930

    973604

    36835

    541

    0.1 33079.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    10

    10

    14.3 287

    74423

    274650

    973803

    27676

    539

    0 25559.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    6

    13

    46.1 240

    71769

    274429

    973609

    24373

    527

    1.8 58408.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    16

    23

    200 273

    31667

    273920

    973355

    18472

    500

    0 64877.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    28

    27

    1000 287

    38420

    274227

    973759

    26335

    536

    0 82910.......... TX......... CORPUS CHRISTI......

    38

    38

    50 280

    74770

    274522

    973625

    12804

    476

    0 72054.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    8

    8

    21.5 512

    74356

    323506

    965841

    39164

    5431

    0.5 49324.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    13

    14

    475 500 .........

    323443

    965712

    39475

    5462

    0 22201.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    33

    32

    780 537

    36873

    323235

    965732

    36512

    5404

    0 33770.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    4

    35

    1000 511

    74941

    323506

    965841

    41095

    5492

    0 17037.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    27

    36

    1000 495

    29430

    323236

    965732

    37393

    5405

    0.1 35994.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    39

    40

    1000 494 .........

    323507

    965806

    40034

    5463

    0.1 67910.......... TX......... DALLAS..............

    58

    45

    1000 494

    65026

    323236

    965732

    33987

    5352

    0 73701.......... TX......... DECATUR.............

    29

    30

    1000 544

    65411

    323519

    965805

    37279

    5435

    0 55762.......... TX......... DEL RIO.............

    10

    28

    1000 100 .........

    292039

    1005139

    17248

    56

    0 49326.......... TX......... DENTON..............

    2

    43

    1000 494

    64993

    323235

    965732

    33538

    5346

    0 32621.......... TX......... EAGLE PASS..........

    16

    24

    57.5

    85

    84815

    284332

    1002835

    17905

    68

    0 49832.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    7

    7

    38.1 574

    74410

    314818

    1062858

    42990

    854

    0 67760.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    9

    9

    24 582

    74401

    314818

    1062857

    39562

    854

    0 19117.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    13

    13

    24.4 265

    74485

    314715

    1062847

    22908

    849

    0 33716.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    14

    15

    1000 602

    68879

    314855

    1062920

    39112

    857

    0 33764.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    4

    18

    1000 475

    74942

    314746

    1062857

    35035

    851

    0 51708.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    26

    25

    1000 439

    36510

    314746

    1062857

    28858

    851

    0 10202.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    38

    39

    50 557

    74943

    314855

    1062917

    18504

    851

    0 68753.......... TX......... EL PASO.............

    65

    51

    70 525

    29633

    314818

    1062859

    16890

    846

    0 81445.......... TX......... FARWELL.............

    18

    18

    50 112

    74740

    342621

    1031222

    9122

    77

    0 29015.......... TX......... FORT WORTH..........

    52

    9

    6.87 545

    75052

    323519

    965805

    25183

    5229

    1.5 23422.......... TX......... FORT WORTH..........

    11

    11

    26.3 500

    74431

    323443

    965712

    38000

    5412

    1.3 51517.......... TX......... FORT WORTH..........

    21

    18

    220 535

    19052

    323235

    965732

    28958

    5279

    0.4 49330.......... TX......... FORT WORTH..........

    5

    41

    1000 514

    74944

    323515

    965759

    40533

    5475

    0 24316.......... TX......... FREDERICKSBURG......

    2

    5

    10.2 413

    74707

    300813

    983635

    38961

    2966

    0 24436.......... TX......... GALVESTON...........

    22

    23

    247 566 .........

    291756

    951411

    35208

    4479

    2.3 64984.......... TX......... GALVESTON...........

    47

    48

    1000 597

    43454

    293415

    953037

    39815

    4836

    0 35841.......... TX......... GARLAND.............

    23

    23

    186 518 .........

    323521

    965812

    33002

    5332

    0 42359.......... TX......... GREENVILLE..........

    47

    46

    600 496

    60867

    323236

    965732

    30628

    5313

    0.1 34457.......... TX......... HARLINGEN...........

    4

    31

    1000 368

    44581

    260856

    974918

    26278

    949

    0 12913.......... TX......... HARLINGEN...........

    44

    34

    200 283

    65860

    261300

    974648

    18751

    925

    0 56079.......... TX......... HARLINGEN...........

    60

    38

    1000 346

    46306

    260714

    974918

    25290

    944

    0 69269.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    8

    8

    21.9 564

    80228

    293428

    952937

    37914

    4826

    0.1 34529.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    11

    11

    17 570 .........

    293340

    953004

    38950

    4822

    0.5 35675.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    13

    13

    22.2 588

    70860

    293427

    952937

    42534

    4833

    0.4 51569.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    20

    19

    421 596

    33045

    293344

    953035

    36222

    4827

    0 12895.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    14

    24

    900 579

    59136

    293415

    953037

    42319

    4848

    0 22204.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    26

    26

    234 594

    75005

    293428

    952937

    31274

    4768

    0.1

    Page 15322

    53117.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    2

    35

    1000 585 .........

    293406

    952957

    45364

    4862

    0 23394.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    39

    38

    1000 582

    33161

    293406

    952957

    35952

    4818

    0 69531.......... TX......... HOUSTON.............

    61

    44

    1000 461

    68030

    293344

    953035

    32739

    4777

    0 60534.......... TX......... IRVING..............

    49

    48

    225 535

    39591

    323235

    965732

    27401

    5245

    0 55643.......... TX......... JACKSONVILLE........

    56

    22

    1000 459

    33098

    320340

    951850

    35608

    924

    0.8 31870.......... TX......... KATY................

    51

    47

    1000 597

    69142

    293415

    953037

    40037

    4838

    0 51518.......... TX......... KERRVILLE...........

    35

    32

    1000 531

    46137

    293638

    985333

    33391

    1818

    0.2 148............ TX......... KILLEEN.............

    62

    13

    45 484 .........

    304334

    975923

    41662

    1828

    1.2 17433.......... TX......... LAKE DALLAS.........

    55

    39

    57.3 494

    74617

    323236

    965732

    18912

    5077

    0.9 10061.......... TX......... LAREDO..............

    8

    8

    33.3 285

    74387

    274021

    993951

    27256

    199

    5.9 33078.......... TX......... LAREDO..............

    13

    13

    3.2 280

    74376

    273114

    993119

    19464

    201

    1.8 51479.......... TX......... LAREDO..............

    27

    19

    200

    49

    36711

    273004

    993037

    8202

    193

    0 35909.......... TX......... LLANO...............

    14

    27

    660 249 .........

    304036

    983359

    22137

    903

    9.7 70917.......... TX......... LONGVIEW............

    51

    31

    1000 361

    29517

    321535

    945702

    29711

    821

    0.5 83913.......... TX......... LONGVIEW............

    38

    38

    191 268

    74771

    321536

    945702

    15446

    554

    0.3 27507.......... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    11

    11

    15 232 .........

    333232

    1015014

    24161

    371

    0.6 53544.......... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    16

    16

    50

    83

    74990

    333312

    1014913

    9355

    283

    0 40820.......... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    28

    27

    1000 219 .........

    333133

    1015207

    23831

    358

    0 55031.......... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    34

    35

    1000 274 .........

    333008

    1015220

    27678

    377

    0 65355.......... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    5

    39

    890 143

    32592

    333455

    1015325

    14440

    342

    1.4 3660........... TX......... LUBBOCK.............

    13

    40

    1000 219 .........

    333133

    1015207

    22626

    354

    0 68541.......... TX......... LUFKIN..............

    9

    9

    10 204

    74363

    312509

    944803

    20490

    309

    4.7 69692.......... TX......... MCALLEN.............

    48

    49

    1000 286

    39111

    260518

    980344

    23860

    956

    0 86263.......... TX......... MIDLAND.............

    18

    18

    240 284

    74741

    315019

    1023159

    16457

    276

    0 35131.......... TX......... MIDLAND.............

    2

    26

    1000 323 .........

    320511

    1021710

    32226

    345

    0 55644.......... TX......... NACOGDOCHES.........

    19

    18

    640 457 .........

    315420

    950505

    35050

    829

    8.3 6865........... TX......... ODESSA..............

    7

    7

    13.1 226

    80209

    315150

    1023441

    25197

    283

    0 42007.......... TX......... ODESSA..............

    9

    9

    25.7 391 .........

    315917

    1025241

    34523

    341

    0 12524.......... TX......... ODESSA..............

    24

    23

    600 333

    39998

    320551

    1021721

    26889

    324

    0 84410.......... TX......... ODESSA..............

    30

    30

    50 212

    74764

    320551

    1021721

    11292

    254

    0 50044.......... TX......... ODESSA..............

    36

    38

    500

    82 .........

    315158

    1022248

    14075

    267

    0 53541.......... TX......... ODESSA..............

    42

    42

    50 142

    75023

    320254

    1021804

    9745

    254

    0 61214.......... TX......... PORT ARTHUR.........

    4

    40

    1000 360 .........

    300920

    935910

    32745

    776

    0 62354.......... TX......... RIO GRANDE CITY.....

    40

    20

    1000 287 .........

    260723

    980420

    30426

    971

    0 53847.......... TX......... ROSENBERG...........

    45

    45

    356 578

    74579

    293344

    953035

    33056

    4793

    0 31114.......... TX......... SAN ANGELO..........

    8

    11

    18.8 434 .........

    312201

    1000248

    33418

    163

    2.4 307............ TX......... SAN ANGELO..........

    3

    16

    1000 160 .........

    313722

    1002614

    21754

    130

    0 58560.......... TX......... SAN ANGELO..........

    6

    19

    1000 277

    74948

    313521

    1003100

    27865

    132

    0.3 749............ TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    9

    9

    8.3 259

    74347

    291938

    982117

    21643

    1787

    0.4 53118.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    12

    12

    18.4 427

    70242

    291611

    981531

    32978

    1888

    0.7 27300.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    23

    16

    500 307

    45032

    291724

    981520

    24963

    1830

    0.2 56528.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    29

    30

    1000 441

    28869

    291728

    981612

    34435

    1982

    0 64969.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    60

    38

    1000 414

    41078

    291738

    981530

    29713

    1891

    0.2 26304.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    5

    39

    751 424

    74634

    291607

    981555

    34215

    1903

    0.1 35881.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    41

    41

    416 414

    74547

    291738

    981530

    25480

    1848

    0.2 69618.......... TX......... SAN ANTONIO.........

    4

    48

    844 451

    74680

    291610

    981555

    34527

    1894

    1.3 35954.......... TX......... SHERMAN.............

    12

    12

    14.4 543

    74439

    340158

    964800

    38337

    946

    13 77452.......... TX......... SNYDER..............

    17

    17

    184 138

    74359

    324652

    1005352

    8618

    45

    0 308............ TX......... SWEETWATER..........

    12

    20

    561 427

    74949

    322448

    1000625

    31757

    243

    2.6 10245.......... TX......... TEMPLE..............

    6

    9

    25 527

    41595

    311624

    971314

    34738

    1265

    6.8 35648.......... TX......... TEXARKANA...........

    6

    15

    1000 454 .........

    325411

    940020

    42049

    1055

    0.1 68540.......... TX......... TYLER...............

    7

    7

    15 302

    74360

    323223

    951312

    25397

    761

    0.5 61173.......... TX......... UVALDE..............

    26

    26

    235 560

    74761

    293711

    990257

    31324

    1771

    1.6 35846.......... TX......... VICTORIA............

    19

    11

    18 290 .........

    285042

    970733

    24235

    256

    13.4 73101.......... TX......... VICTORIA............

    25

    15

    900 312

    59285

    285042

    970733

    29932

    310

    1.8 35903.......... TX......... WACO................

    10

    10

    13.8 552

    75056

    311919

    971858

    38053

    1164

    1.1 6673........... TX......... WACO................

    34

    20

    700 319

    69374

    311917

    972040

    25553

    679

    0.9 9781........... TX......... WACO................

    25

    26

    1000 561

    58939

    312016

    971836

    38287

    1343

    2.2 12522.......... TX......... WACO................

    44

    44

    160 552

    74667

    311852

    971937

    22371

    743

    10 43328.......... TX......... WESLACO.............

    5

    13

    57 445

    38452

    260602

    975021

    33861

    962

    0 7675........... TX......... WICHITA FALLS.......

    18

    15

    1000 325

    39767

    341205

    984345

    24386

    379

    3 6864........... TX......... WICHITA FALLS.......

    6

    22

    200 311 .........

    335404

    983221

    23697

    346

    0 65370.......... TX......... WICHITA FALLS.......

    3

    28

    1000 274 .........

    335323

    983330

    28507

    377

    0 77719.......... TX......... WOLFFORTH...........

    22

    43

    77.1 228

    80190

    333008

    1015220

    15511

    312

    0 59494.......... UT......... CEDAR CITY..........

    4

    14

    1000 819 .........

    373229

    1130404

    45405

    141

    0 69694.......... UT......... LOGAN...............

    12

    12

    22.3 690

    74725

    414703

    1121355

    32963

    792

    5.9 77512.......... UT......... OGDEN...............

    24

    24

    450 1229

    59860

    403933

    1121207

    37197

    1798

    0 69582.......... UT......... OGDEN...............

    9

    36

    200 1256

    38687

    403933

    1121207

    29628

    1781

    0 1136........... UT......... OGDEN...............

    30

    48

    200 1257

    41318

    403933

    1121207

    27529

    1768

    0 84277.......... UT......... PRICE...............

    3

    11

    51.1 658

    74335

    394522

    1105922

    39858

    210

    0 57884.......... UT......... PROVO...............

    16

    29

    530 1171

    18846

    403912

    1121206

    27532

    1785

    0 81451.......... UT......... PROVO...............

    32

    32

    138 812

    75067

    401645

    1115600

    17405

    1617

    0 6823........... UT......... PROVO...............

    11

    44

    346 1257

    32909

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    4806

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    0.4 10177.......... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    74746

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    1121206

    24439

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    0 35823.......... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    403933

    1121207

    34886

    1796

    0 6359........... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    34973

    1791

    0 68889.......... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    476 1256

    27794

    403933

    1121207

    33954

    1790

    0 69396.......... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    403933

    1121207

    30198

    1785

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    Page 15323

    36607.......... UT......... SALT LAKE CITY......

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    75006

    403912

    1121206

    27341

    1761

    0 35822.......... UT......... ST. GEORGE..........

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    370348

    1133423

    4214

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    0.4 82585.......... UT......... ST. GEORGE.......... .....

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    43602

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    1133420

    3637

    81

    0 83729.......... UT......... VERNAL..............

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    74714

    402122

    1090841

    36226

    44

    0 69532.......... VA......... ARLINGTON...........

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    29445

    385624

    770454

    19793

    6911

    0.2 10897.......... VA......... ASHLAND.............

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    28058

    374431

    771515

    20211

    1398

    0.3 2455........... VA......... BRISTOL.............

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    80200

    362657

    820631

    46471

    1934

    0.7 363............ VA......... CHARLOTTESVILLE.....

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    782852

    14121

    381

    1.2 70309.......... VA......... CHARLOTTESVILLE.....

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    67231

    375902

    782853

    28673

    1512

    1.8 9990........... VA......... CHARLOTTESVILLE.....

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    41219

    375859

    782902

    16348

    439

    7.4 15507.......... VA......... DANVILLE............

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    793230

    21206

    917

    0 9999........... VA......... FAIRFAX.............

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    74668

    385228

    771324

    14900

    5838

    0.1 66378.......... VA......... FRONT ROYAL.........

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    32594

    385736

    781952

    13538

    714

    16.9 10019.......... VA......... GOLDVEIN............ .....

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    772621

    17529

    4650

    0.5 37808.......... VA......... GRUNDY..............

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    1000 662 .........

    364947

    820445

    35029

    1179

    0.8 74167.......... VA......... HAMPTON.............

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    19.1 344

    74561

    364900

    762806

    31544

    1937

    1.1 25932.......... VA......... HAMPTON-NORFOLK.....

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    33525

    364831

    763013

    33081

    2003

    0 4688........... VA......... HARRISONBURG........

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    783757

    15417

    468

    1.1 73988.......... VA......... LYNCHBURG...........

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    74507

    371854

    793806

    34544

    1169

    1.1 24812.......... VA......... LYNCHBURG...........

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    39495

    371914

    793758

    27193

    972

    3.4 74091.......... VA......... MANASSAS............

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    72356

    385701

    770447

    10594

    3094

    35.3 5982........... VA......... MARION..............

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    100 448 .........

    365407

    813232

    17079

    494

    1.1 40759.......... VA......... NORFOLK.............

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    74538

    364831

    763013

    26943

    1894

    0 47401.......... VA......... NORFOLK.............

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    763013

    33295

    2003

    0 67077.......... VA......... NORFOLK.............

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    19107

    364831

    763013

    27594

    1786

    0.2 5985........... VA......... NORTON..............

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    365353

    823721

    27184

    974

    0.1 74416.......... VA......... PETERSBURG..........

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    373045

    773605

    28598

    1526

    0 71127.......... VA......... PORTSMOUTH..........

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    763041

    28778

    1917

    0 9762........... VA......... PORTSMOUTH..........

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    762745

    23806

    1762

    0 30833.......... VA......... RICHMOND............

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    74618

    373023

    773012

    21438

    1277

    2.4 57832.......... VA......... RICHMOND............

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    773605

    28828

    1531

    0 412............ VA......... RICHMOND............

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    30742

    1594

    1.4 9987........... VA......... RICHMOND............

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    773604

    22009

    1323

    2.3 9989........... VA......... RICHMOND............

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    100 328 .........

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    773605

    20348

    1242

    0 5981........... VA......... ROANOKE.............

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    1469

    0 24813.......... VA......... ROANOKE.............

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    29905

    371146

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    1106

    5.1 71329.......... VA......... ROANOKE.............

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    800923

    36523

    1296

    1.3 57840.......... VA......... ROANOKE.............

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    371203

    800854

    31210

    1162

    4 70251.......... VA......... ROANOKE.............

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    800925

    28659

    1055

    1.3 60111.......... VA......... STAUNTON............

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    3.2 680

    31834

    380954

    791851

    19631

    552

    5.6 82574.......... VA......... VIRGINIA BEACH......

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    75265

    364831

    763012

    19356

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    0.1 65387.......... VA......... VIRGINIA BEACH......

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    30040

    364914

    763041

    21875

    1737

    0 11259.......... VT......... BURLINGTON..........

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    10 831

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    443133

    724857

    32138

    587

    0.2 46728.......... VT......... BURLINGTON..........

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    444 835

    80197

    443136

    724857

    42718

    620

    0.4 69944.......... VT......... BURLINGTON..........

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    90 830 .........

    443132

    724851

    30304

    536

    0 10132.......... VT......... BURLINGTON..........

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    47 839

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    443133

    724857

    24761

    479

    0.8 73344.......... VT......... HARTFORD............

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    117 651

    43680

    432615

    722708

    21926

    618

    0.1 69946.......... VT......... RUTLAND.............

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    15 385

    67939

    433931

    730625

    21748

    544

    2.8 69940.......... VT......... ST. JOHNSBURY.......

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    67 590 .........

    443416

    715339

    21648

    239

    0.7 69943.......... VT......... WINDSOR.............

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    55.7 692 .........

    432615

    722708

    23709

    772

    0.4 56852.......... WA......... BELLEVUE............

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    179 716

    80219

    473017

    1215803

    26579

    3579

    0 4624........... WA......... BELLEVUE............

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    240 719

    17552

    473017

    1215804

    28362

    3664

    0 53586.......... WA......... BELLINGHAM..........

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    165 757

    43180

    484046

    1225031

    33673

    982

    7.4 35862.......... WA......... BELLINGHAM..........

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    612 722

    74955

    484040

    1224948

    43278

    1644

    0 62468.......... WA......... CENTRALIA...........

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    43.7 334 .........

    463316

    1230326

    13904

    489

    22.8 35396.......... WA......... EVERETT.............

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    700 218

    44001

    473755

    1222059

    18375

    3525

    0 2495........... WA......... KENNEWICK...........

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    160 390 .........

    460611

    1190754

    23073

    373

    0 56029.......... WA......... PASCO...............

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    50 366

    74956

    460551

    1191130

    20149

    362

    0 71024.......... WA......... PULLMAN.............

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    6.2 408

    74411

    465143

    1171026

    25722

    259

    0 78921.......... WA......... PULLMAN.............

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    1000 569

    66879

    473444

    1171746

    32886

    657

    0 12427.......... WA......... RICHLAND............

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    200 411 .........

    460612

    1190749

    26245

    384

    0 71023.......... WA......... RICHLAND............

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    47.6 361

    60199

    460612

    1190740

    11914

    290

    0 33749.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

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    74562

    473658

    1221828

    21801

    3579

    0 69571.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

    22

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    1000 290 .........

    473657

    1221826

    27243

    3646

    0 21656.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

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    1000 247

    74957

    473755

    1222109

    22159

    3592

    0.1 66781.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

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    1000 230

    65845

    473801

    1222120

    19081

    3534

    0.1 49264.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

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    240 714

    38740

    473017

    1215806

    25492

    3632

    0 34847.......... WA......... SEATTLE.............

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    18954

    473755

    1222059

    18736

    3562

    0 34537.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    74388

    473452

    1171747

    45079

    684

    0 61956.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    473434

    1171758

    36062

    666

    0.2 61978.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    23.3 936 .........

    475518

    1170648

    46084

    655

    0.3 34868.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    64696

    473541

    1171753

    37651

    663

    0 58684.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    91.4 601

    74486

    473444

    1171746

    26401

    586

    0 81694.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    104 450

    74766

    473604

    1171753

    17181

    537

    0 35606.......... WA......... SPOKANE.............

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    250 622

    64693

    473541

    1171753

    20760

    538

    0 23428.......... WA......... TACOMA..............

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    14.7 271

    84854

    473656

    1221829

    24877

    3628

    0 33894.......... WA......... TACOMA..............

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    23.1 610

    84835

    473253

    1224822

    35976

    3815

    0 67950.......... WA......... TACOMA..............

    20

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    39524

    473250

    1224740

    22129

    3629

    0 62469.......... WA......... TACOMA..............

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    47.2 224 .........

    471641

    1223042

    13991

    3136

    0 35419.......... WA......... TACOMA..............

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    144 695 .........

    473017

    1215806

    29896

    3638

    0

    Page 15324

    35460.......... WA......... VANCOUVER...........

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    741 528 .........

    453119

    1224453

    29877

    2443

    1.4 84238.......... WA......... WALLA WALLA.........

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    45 432 .........

    460558

    1190740

    38298

    459

    0.1 2506........... WA......... YAKIMA..............

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    160 293 .........

    463157

    1203037

    15036

    248

    0.1 12395.......... WA......... YAKIMA..............

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    200 266 .........

    463159

    1203026

    14954

    247

    0 33752.......... WA......... YAKIMA..............

    47

    21

    50 280 .........

    463158

    1203033

    11735

    236

    0 56033.......... WA......... YAKIMA..............

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    50 296

    74958

    463158

    1203033

    10949

    235

    0 86496.......... WI......... ANTIGO.............. .....

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    50 286

    38603

    450322

    892754

    11094

    243

    0.1 361............ WI......... APPLETON............

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    27

    50 336

    74693

    442130

    875848

    19462

    961

    0 2709........... WI......... CHIPPEWA FALLS......

    48

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    1000 203 .........

    445724

    914003

    20780

    395

    0 81503.......... WI......... CRANDON.............

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    3.2 119

    74710

    453423

    885257

    11762

    86

    0.4 77789.......... WI......... EAGLE RIVER.........

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    70 144

    67695

    454630

    891455

    12379

    92

    0.2 7893........... WI......... EAU CLAIRE..........

    13

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    22.9 607

    74548

    443951

    905741

    43031

    858

    2 64550.......... WI......... EAU CLAIRE..........

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    200 280

    67697

    444800

    912757

    19543

    336

    0.2 60571.......... WI......... FOND DU LAC.........

    68

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    700 195

    66227

    432620

    883129

    18054

    2137

    0.1 4150........... WI......... GREEN BAY...........

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    17.2 384

    75053

    442431

    875929

    31619

    1089

    2.6 74417.......... WI......... GREEN BAY...........

    2

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    1000 372 .........

    442435

    880006

    35501

    1152

    0.6 9635........... WI......... GREEN BAY...........

    5

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    1000 364

    68312

    442001

    875856

    30736

    1115

    1.4 2708........... WI......... GREEN BAY...........

    26

    41

    1000 321

    27828

    442130

    875848

    26965

    1084

    0.8 18798.......... WI......... GREEN BAY...........

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    200 375 .........

    442434

    880006

    25059

    1041

    0.5 26025.......... WI......... JANESVILLE..........

    57

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    200 387

    65253

    430303

    892913

    25102

    1265

    0.3 37104.......... WI......... KENOSHA.............

    55

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    830 358

    43896

    430544

    875417

    26695

    2947

    0.4 74424.......... WI......... LA CROSSE...........

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    20.3 462

    74563

    440528

    912016

    35254

    714

    2.5 64549.......... WI......... LA CROSSE...........

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    250 327 .........

    434823

    912202

    25195

    419

    0.8 2710........... WI......... LA CROSSE...........

    25

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    450 349

    29449

    434815

    912220

    25973

    487

    0.6 18780.......... WI......... LA CROSSE...........

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    308 345 .........

    434817

    912206

    25639

    421

    0 10221.......... WI......... MADISON.............

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    15 471

    30020

    430321

    893206

    29375

    1533

    4.4 6870........... WI......... MADISON.............

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    56 387 .........

    430303

    892913

    21196

    1026

    3.9 6096........... WI......... MADISON.............

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    100 453 .........

    430321

    893206

    26579

    1250

    1.2 64545.......... WI......... MADISON.............

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    400 455

    33126

    430321

    893206

    30128

    1450

    1.3 65143.......... WI......... MADISON.............

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    603 466 .........

    430321

    893206

    32793

    1639

    2.5 68547.......... WI......... MAYVILLE............

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    300 186 .........

    432611

    883134

    16768

    1878

    7.9 18793.......... WI......... MENOMONIE...........

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    291 350 .........

    450249

    915147

    26272

    743

    13.7 42663.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    25 354

    67092

    430546

    875415

    29509

    3035

    1.4 74174.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    368 302

    74698

    430544

    875417

    22781

    2496

    3.6 72342.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    196 297

    42943

    430544

    875417

    19180

    2440

    1.3 71278.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

    24

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    625 340

    41342

    430544

    875417

    26207

    2873

    1.1 74098.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    1000 305

    74959

    430529

    875407

    30594

    2856

    4.5 73107.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    33

    1000 305

    74960

    430524

    875347

    30009

    2916

    0.6 65680.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

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    863 263

    59757

    430642

    875542

    23269

    2660

    0 42665.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

    36

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    500 355

    66933

    430546

    875415

    25395

    2769

    0.1 71427.......... WI......... MILWAUKEE...........

    58

    46

    1000 322

    32644

    430642

    875550

    27046

    2827

    1.9 63046.......... WI......... PARK FALLS..........

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    50 445

    74583

    455643

    901628

    22223

    139

    0 68545.......... WI......... RACINE..............

    49

    48

    176 303

    74961

    430515

    875401

    17104

    2279

    0.1 49699.......... WI......... RHINELANDER.........

    12

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    538 489

    28605

    454003

    891229

    38587

    375

    0 33658.......... WI......... SUPERIOR............

    6

    19

    384 312 .........

    464721

    920651

    26329

    264

    0 73042.......... WI......... SURING..............

    14

    21

    450 332

    43297

    442001

    875856

    20367

    938

    0.2 6867........... WI......... WAUSAU..............

    7

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    16.9 369

    74555

    445514

    894131

    31405

    527

    0.7 64546.......... WI......... WAUSAU..............

    9

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    17 369

    75014

    445514

    894131

    31158

    526

    0.8 73036.......... WI......... WAUSAU..............

    20

    24

    172 387 .........

    445514

    894128

    26595

    482

    0.2 86204.......... WI......... WITTENBERG..........

    55

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    160 327

    74788

    450322

    892754

    18272

    378

    1.2 37806.......... WV......... BLUEFIELD...........

    40

    40

    1000 386

    74377

    371308

    811539

    24131

    705

    1.2 74176.......... WV......... BLUEFIELD...........

    6

    46

    1000 372 .........

    371520

    811054

    25413

    700

    0.2 417............ WV......... CHARLESTON..........

    11

    19

    475 514 .........

    382428

    815413

    37398

    1311

    0.3 73189.......... WV......... CHARLESTON..........

    29

    39

    1000 350

    40580

    382812

    814635

    25868

    924

    2 71280.......... WV......... CHARLESTON..........

    8

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    475 514 .........

    382428

    815413

    33607

    1168

    3.1 10976.......... WV......... CLARKSBURG..........

    46

    10

    30 235

    44599

    391802

    802037

    21897

    566

    4.9 71220.......... WV......... CLARKSBURG..........

    12

    12

    11.3 262

    80238

    391706

    801946

    22840

    584

    2.1 71680.......... WV......... GRANDVIEW...........

    9

    10

    18.6 305

    80261

    375346

    805921

    24852

    649

    2.1 23342.......... WV......... HUNTINGTON..........

    13

    13

    16 396

    70338

    383021

    821233

    27894

    1025

    4.7 36912.......... WV......... HUNTINGTON..........

    3

    23

    724 402 .........

    383036

    821310

    33731

    1182

    0.6 71657.......... WV......... HUNTINGTON..........

    33

    34

    63.1 379

    74962

    382941

    821203

    16631

    738

    1 74169.......... WV......... LEWISBURG...........

    59

    8

    3.68 .....

    577

    374622

    804225

    26153

    590

    1.7 23264.......... WV......... MARTINSBURG.........

    60

    12

    23 314 .........

    392727

    780352

    24844

    2471

    6.6 71676.......... WV......... MORGANTOWN..........

    24

    33

    145 457

    74963

    394145

    794545

    20788

    1370

    0.5 66804.......... WV......... OAK HILL............

    4

    50

    1000 236

    80182

    375726

    810903

    18914

    515

    1.7 4685........... WV......... PARKERSBURG.........

    15

    49

    47.4 193 .........

    392059

    813356

    12882

    350

    1.5 70592.......... WV......... WESTON..............

    5

    5

    7.09 268

    84822

    390427

    802528

    29741

    640

    0.5 6869........... WV......... WHEELING............

    7

    7

    15.5 293

    74497

    400341

    804508

    25673

    2373

    0.1 82575.......... WY......... CASPER..............

    6

    6

    1 536

    74715

    424426

    1062134

    20136

    70

    0 68713.......... WY......... CASPER..............

    13

    12

    3.2 534

    74727

    424426

    1062134

    18050

    70

    0 63177.......... WY......... CASPER..............

    14

    14

    53.3 573

    74389

    424426

    1062134

    25030

    70

    0 18286.......... WY......... CASPER..............

    2

    17

    741 588 .........

    424403

    1062000

    40682

    80

    0.1 74256.......... WY......... CASPER..............

    20

    20

    52.4 582

    74425

    424437

    1061831

    21652

    70

    0 18287.......... WY......... CHEYENNE............

    33

    11

    16 650

    67257

    403247

    1051150

    28369

    2763

    0 40250.......... WY......... CHEYENNE............

    27

    27

    169 232

    74478

    410255

    1045328

    13499

    438

    0 63166.......... WY......... CHEYENNE............

    5

    30

    630 189 .........

    410601

    1050023

    18799

    415

    2.9 1283........... WY......... JACKSON.............

    2

    2

    1 293

    74378

    432742

    1104510

    17622

    31

    0 35103.......... WY......... JACKSON.............

    11

    11

    3.2 327

    74724

    432742

    1104510

    10697

    22

    0 63162.......... WY......... LANDER..............

    5

    7

    31.7

    82

    74964

    425343

    1084334

    15754

    32

    2.8 10036.......... WY......... LANDER..............

    4

    8

    60 463

    74965

    423459

    1084236

    36626

    35

    0.6

    Page 15325

    10032.......... WY......... LARAMIE.............

    8

    8

    3.2 318

    74718

    411717

    1052642

    12970

    109

    0.1 21612.......... WY......... RAWLINS.............

    11

    9

    3.2

    70

    74966

    414615

    1071425

    9432

    11

    0 21613.......... WY......... RIVERTON............

    10

    10

    13.9 526

    74402

    432726

    1081202

    26335

    49

    0.1 63170.......... WY......... ROCK SPRINGS........

    13

    13

    14.2 495

    74448

    412621

    1090642

    33002

    43

    0 81191.......... WY......... SHERIDAN............

    7

    7

    3.2 349

    74717

    443720

    1070657

    12316

    28

    0 17680.......... WY......... SHERIDAN............

    12

    13

    50 372 .........

    443720

    1070657

    32735

    52

    0 51233.......... GU......... AGANA...............

    8

    8

    3.2 282 .........

    132553

    -1444236 .......... .......... ............ 25511.......... GU......... AGANA...............

    12

    12

    38.9

    75 .........

    132613

    -1444817 .......... .......... ............ 29232.......... GU......... TAMUNING............

    14

    14

    50

    1 .........

    133009

    -1444817 .......... .......... ............ 3255........... PR......... AGUADA..............

    50

    50

    50 343

    74700

    181907

    671048

    13079

    862

    2.3 71725.......... PR......... AGUADILLA...........

    12

    12

    7.31 665

    74705

    180900

    665900

    35964

    1570

    1.9 61573.......... PR......... AGUADILLA...........

    44

    17

    50 372

    74920

    181906

    671042

    17148

    918

    2.5 26602.......... PR......... AGUADILLA...........

    32

    34

    250 605 .........

    180906

    665923

    35049

    1393

    6.6 26676.......... PR......... ARECIBO.............

    60

    14

    50 833

    80214

    180917

    663316

    23099

    2851

    9.4 3001........... PR......... ARECIBO.............

    54

    46

    50 600

    74610

    181406

    664536

    16621

    2420

    5.7 4110........... PR......... BAYAMON.............

    36

    30

    50 329

    74691

    181640

    660638

    14518

    2514

    0.5 19777.......... PR......... CAGUAS..............

    11

    11

    3.2 357

    74649

    181654

    660646

    16753

    2655

    0.1 8156........... PR......... CAGUAS..............

    58

    48

    50 329

    74666

    181640

    660638

    12923

    2406

    2.3 54443.......... PR......... CAROLINA............

    52

    51

    450 585

    32803

    181644

    655112

    30994

    2770

    0.1 73901.......... PR......... FAJARDO.............

    13

    13

    2.8 863 .........

    181836

    654741

    34770

    2702

    0.1 2174........... PR......... FAJARDO.............

    40

    16

    140 852

    79754

    181835

    654743

    29992

    2734

    3.4 15320.......... PR......... FAJARDO.............

    34

    33

    50 848

    74765

    181836

    654741

    24915

    2595

    0 18410.......... PR......... GUAYAMA.............

    46

    45

    50 642

    74921

    181648

    655108

    23740

    2490

    0.9 67190.......... PR......... HUMACAO.............

    68

    49

    46 623

    75154

    181644

    655110

    20292

    2501

    0.9 60357.......... PR......... MAYAGUEZ............

    16

    22

    50 338

    74738

    181851

    671124

    16336

    808

    14.3 73336.......... PR......... MAYAGUEZ............

    22

    23

    400 693

    65201

    180900

    665900

    37898

    1376

    0.9 64865.......... PR......... MAYAGUEZ............

    5

    29

    1000 607 .........

    180902

    665920

    45696

    1574

    14.2 53863.......... PR......... MAYAGUEZ............

    3

    35

    620 674 .........

    180900

    665900

    43682

    1920

    0.1 19561.......... PR......... NARANJITO...........

    64

    18

    50 142

    74703

    181734

    661602

    12482

    2515

    0.1 60341.......... PR......... PONCE...............

    7

    7

    16.4 826

    80207

    180917

    663316

    46704

    3722

    0 19776.......... PR......... PONCE...............

    9

    9

    15.6 857

    84832

    181009

    663436

    47124

    3693

    0 26681.......... PR......... PONCE...............

    14

    15

    380 839

    67269

    181010

    663436

    41344

    3361

    5.7 58341.......... PR......... PONCE...............

    20

    19

    700 269

    65948

    180449

    664453

    24888

    1701

    0.1 2175........... PR......... PONCE...............

    26

    25

    200 310

    41622

    180448

    664456

    19187

    1516

    0 29000.......... PR......... PONCE...............

    48

    47

    50 247

    74924

    180450

    664450

    11769

    1118

    0.3 58340.......... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    24

    21

    1000 564 .........

    181645

    655114

    44300

    3102

    0.4 52073.......... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    4

    27

    1000 794 .........

    180642

    660305

    53151

    3389

    0.5 64983.......... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    2

    28

    871 861

    74925

    180654

    660310

    52474

    3313

    4 4077........... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    30

    31

    75.9 287 .........

    181630

    660536

    14563

    2453

    2.1 28954.......... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    18

    32

    50 847

    77557

    181836

    654741

    23429

    2359

    1.9 53859.......... PR......... SAN JUAN............

    6

    43

    791 825

    74633

    180642

    660305

    48283

    3343

    0 58342.......... PR......... SAN SEBASTIAN.......

    38

    39

    700 627

    65242

    180900

    665900

    34738

    1692

    0 39887.......... PR......... YAUCO...............

    42

    41

    185 832 .........

    181010

    663436

    39318

    3448

    0 3113........... VI......... CHARLOTTE AMALIE....

    17

    17

    50 455 .........

    182126

    645650

    24541

    104

    0.1 83270.......... VI......... CHARLOTTE AMALIE.... .....

    43

    1.4

    28 .........

    182043

    645545

    1687

    0

    0 70287.......... VI......... CHARLOTTE AMALIE....

    12

    44

    30.4 505

    75403

    182128

    645653

    18332

    11

    0 84407.......... VI......... CHRISTIANSTED.......

    15

    15

    50 296

    74735

    174521

    644756

    14545

    0

    0 2370........... VI......... CHRISTIANSTED.......

    8

    20

    501 292

    74953

    174521

    644756

    17484

    7

    0 83304.......... VI......... CHRISTIANSTED.......

    39

    23

    0.85 130 .........

    174440

    644340

    5461

    0

    0

    Appendix C--List of Petitions for Reconsideration, Oppositions, and

    Replies

    Petitions for Reconsideration (filed by October 26, 2007) 1. Ackerley Broadcasting Operations, LLC. 2. Allbritton Communications Company & Gannett Co., Inc. 3. American Christian Television Service, Inc. 4. Arkansas 49, Inc. 5. Arkansas Educational Television Commission. 6. Bahakel Communications, Ltd. 7. Barrington Traverse City Licensee, LLC. 8. Belo Corp. 9. BlueStone License Holdings, Inc. 10. Board of Regents of the Montana University System. 11. Board of Regents of the Montana University System. 12. Brigham Young University. 13. CBS Corporation. 14. CBS Corporation. 15. Channel 20 TV Company. 16. Community Television of Southern California. 17. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. 18. Corridor Television, LLP. 19. Davis Television Clarksburg, LLC. 20. Duluth-Superior Area Educational Television Corporation. 21. Ellis Communications KDOC Licensee, Inc. 22. Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc. 23. Fort Meyers Broadcasting Company. 24. Fox Television Stations, Inc. 25. Gannett Co., Inc. 26. Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission. 27. Granite Broadcasting Corporation. 28. Granite Broadcasting Corporation. 29. Gray Television, Inc. 30. Hawaii Public Television Foundation. 31. Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. 32. Hoak Media, LLC. 33. Hoak Media, LLC. 34. Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 35. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. KAAL-DT. 36. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. WDIO-DT. 37. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. WIRT-DT. 38. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. 39. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. 40. Independence Television Company. 41. Independent Communications, Inc. 42. Independent Communications, Inc. 43. International Broadcasting Corporation. 44. Joint Public Television Petitioners. 45. KAZT, LLC. 46. KEVN, Inc. 47. KTVU Partnership. 48. KWWL Television, Inc. 49. Lambert Broadcasting of Burlington, LLC. 50. Lehigh Valley Public Telecommunications Corp. 51. Lima Communications Corporation. 52. LIN Television Corporation. 53. Long Communications, LLC.

    Page 15326

    54. Malara Broadcast Group, Inc. 55. Maranatha Broadcasting Company, Inc. 56. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 57. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 58. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 59. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 60. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 61. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 62. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 63. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 64. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 65. Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. 66. Meredith Corporation. 67. Meredith Corporation. 68. Meredith Corporation. 69. Mississippi Authority for Educational Television. 70. Mississippi Television, LLC. 71. Montana State University. 72. Montecito Hawaii License, LLC. 73. Montecito Hawaii License, LLC. 74. The Association for Maximum Service Television--MSTV. 75. Mt. Mansfield Television, Inc. 76. Mullaney Engineering, Inc. 77. Nashville Public Television, Inc. 78. NBC Telemundo License Co. 79. Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. 80. Oklahoma Educational Television Authority. 81. Pappas Telecasting of America & South Central Communications

    Corporation. 82. Paxson Denver License, Inc. 83. Post-Newsweek Stations, Orlando, Inc. 84. Radio Perry, Inc. 85. Raycom Media, Inc. 86. Red River Broadcast Co., LLC KBRR-DT. 87. Red River Broadcast Co., LLC KNRR-DT. 88. Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, Inc. 89. Schurz Communications, Inc. 90. Scripps Howard Broadcasting Company. 91. Silverton Broadcasting Company, Inc., Mark III Media, Inc. and First National Broadcasting Corp. 92. Sky Television, LLC. 93. South Carolina Educational Television Commission. 94. Southeastern Media Holdings, Inc. 95. Southern TV Corporation. 96. Sunflower Broadcasting. 97. Surtsey Media, LLC. 98. Tribune Broadcasting Company. 99. Tri-State Public Teleplex, Inc. 100. Marcia T. Turner d/b/a Turner Enterprises. 101. Twin Cities Public Television, Inc. 102. United Communications Corporation. 103. University of Alaska. 104. University of Houston System. 105. Univision Communications, Inc. 106. Univision New York, LLC. 107. Vermont ETV, Inc. 108. The Walt Disney Company. 109. WDEF-TV, Inc. 110. West Virginia Media Holdings LLC. 111. WHYY, Inc. 112. Winston Broadcasting Network, Inc. 113. Withers Broadcasting Company of West Virginia. 114. WMMP Licensee, L.P. 115. WNAC, LLC. 116. Woods Communications Corporation. 117. WSJV Television, Inc. 118. WTAT Licensee, LLC. 119. WTOV, Inc. 120. WTVZ Licensee, LLC. 121. WVTV Licensee, Inc. 122. WWAZ License, LLC. 123. WWBT, Inc. 124. Dr. Joseph A. Zavaletta.

    Oppositions (Filed by November 6, 2007 or December 3, 2007) 1. Alamo Public Telecommunications Council. 2. KTBC License, Inc. 3. Mid State Television, Inc. 4. Primeland Television, Inc. 5. Sonshine Family Television, Inc. 6. Sonshine Family Television, Inc. 7. State of Wisconsin--Educational Communications Board. 8. The Association for Maximum Service Television, Inc. 9. The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama. 10. West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority. 11. WOOD License Company, LLC. 12. WTNH Broadcasting, Inc.

    Replies to Oppositions (Filed by November 16, 2007 or December 13, 2007) 1. Barrington Traverse City Licensee, LLC (12/21/07) (Request for Extension filed on 12/13). 2. Belo Corp. 3. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. 4. Corridor Television, LLP. 5. Gannett Co., Inc. 6. Gannett Co., Inc. 7. Robert E. Lee. 8. Twin Cities Public Television, Inc.

    Other Pleadings 1. Allbritton Communications Company & Gannett Co., Inc. 2. Arkansas Educational Television Commission. 3. Bahakel Communications, Ltd. 4. Barrington Traverse City Licensee, LLC. 5. Brigham Young University. 6. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. 7. Corridor Television, LLP. 8. Corridor Television, LLP. 9. Dan Priestley. 10. Fox Television Stations of Philadelphia, Inc. 11. Gannett Co., Inc. 12. Hawaii Public Television Foundation. 13. Hoak Media, LLC. 14. Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 15. Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 16. Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 17. Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., KAAL-DT. 18. KEVN, Inc. 19. Koplar Communications International. 20. KWWL Television, Inc. 21. Lehigh Valley Public Telecommunications Corp. 22. Media General. 23. Media General. 24. Media General. 25. Robert E. Lee. 26. SagamoreHill Broadcasting of Wyoming/Northern Colorado, LLC. 27. Sangre de Cristo Communications, Inc. 28. Sunbelt Multimedia Co. 29. United Communications. 30. West Virginia Media Holdings, LLC. 31. WKYC-TV, Inc. 32. WMMP Licensee L.P. 33. WTAT Licensee, LLC. 34. WTVZ Licensee, LLC. 35. WVTV Licensee, Inc.

    Ex Parte/Late Filed Comments (Filed After October 26, 2007,

    December 13, 2007 and November 16, 2007) 1. Davis Television Wasau, LLC. 2. EME Communications. 3. KMBC Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. 4. Mountain TV, LLC. 5. School Board of Miami Dade County, Florida. 6. Lake Superior Community Broadcast Corporation. 7. Mullaney Engineering Inc.

    Notices of Ex Parte Communications 1. Allbritton Communications Company & Gannett Co., Inc. 2. Association of Public Television Stations. 3. Capitol Broadcasting/Hubbard Broadcasting. 4. Cohen, Dippell and Everist, P.C. 5. Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission. 6. Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 7. ION Media Networks. 8. ION Media Networks, Inc. 9. MSTV. 10. MSTV. 11. MSTV. 12. MSTV. 13. MSTV Inc. 14. MSTV Inc. 15. MSTV Inc. 16. MSTV Inc. 17. MSTV Inc. 18. MSTV Inc. 19. Sunflower Broadcasting, Inc. 20. The Association of Maximum Service Television--MSTV. 21. The Walt Disney Company, CBS Corporation, Capitol

    Broadcasting, Hubbard Broadcasting. 22. Tribune Broadcasting Company.

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    Appendix D1.--Granted Requests for Minor Adjustments

    Current Current

    Post

    Call sign

    Facility

    Community

    State

    NTSC

    DTV

    transition

    ID No.

    channel channel channel

    WISE.............................

    13960 FORT WAYNE.......... IN.........

    33

    19

    19

    KCTV.............................

    41230 KANSAS CITY......... MO.........

    5

    24

    24

    KMDE.............................

    162016 DEVILS LAKE......... ND......... ........

    25

    25

    WCNY.............................

    53734 SYRACUSE............ NY.........

    24

    25

    25

    KBJR.............................

    33658 SUPERIOR............ WI.........

    6

    19

    19

    Appendix D2.--Granted Requests for Changes to Certification That Meet the Interference Criteria

    Current Current

    Post

    Call sign

    Facility

    Community

    State

    NTSC

    DTV

    transition

    File No.

    ID No.

    channel channel channel

    KAKM....................

    804 ANCHORAGE.............. AK............

    7

    8

    8 BLEDT-20050915APL

    WFIQ....................

    715 FLORENCE............... AL............

    36

    22

    22 BLEDT-20060718ACG

    WHIQ....................

    713 HUNTSVILLE............. AL............

    25

    24

    24 BLEDT-20060927ALU

    WAIQ....................

    706 MONTGOMERY............. AL............

    26

    27

    27 BLEDT-20060706ACK

    KKYK....................

    86534 CAMDEN................. AR............

    49 ........

    49 BPCDT-20050224ABE

    KDOC....................

    24518 ANAHEIM................ CA............

    56

    32

    32 BMPCDT-20040323ATA

    KAEF....................

    8263 ARCATA................. CA............

    23

    22

    22 BPCDT-20070914AAG

    KVCR....................

    58795 SAN BERNARDINO......... CA............

    24

    26

    26 BLEDT-20070904AIC

    KPXC....................

    68695 DENVER................. CO............

    59

    43

    43 BPCDT-19990923AAM

    KRMA....................

    14040 DENVER................. CO............

    6

    18

    18 BMPEDT-20061205AAG

    KFCT....................

    125 FORT COLLINS........... CO............

    22

    21

    21 BMPCDT-20050916ACG

    WINK....................

    22093 FORT MYERS............. FL............

    11

    9

    9 BLCDT-20060531ADP

    WCWJ....................

    29712 JACKSONVILLE........... FL............

    17

    34

    34 BLCDT-20060630AFM

    WSRE....................

    17611 PENSACOLA.............. FL............

    23

    31

    31 BLEDT-20060621AAS

    WGSA....................

    69446 BAXLEY................. GA............

    34

    35

    35 BMPCDT-20060717AAC

    WPGA....................

    54728 PERRY.................. GA............

    58

    32

    32 BMPCDT-20041203ADW

    KFVE....................

    34445 HONOLULU............... HI............

    5

    23

    23 BDSTA-20041012AKF

    KHNL....................

    34867 HONOLULU............... HI............

    13

    35

    35 BLCDT-20070220ABH

    KQIN....................

    5471 DAVENPORT.............. IA............

    36

    34

    34 BMPEDT-20070809AAX

    KTIN....................

    29100 FORT DODGE............. IA............

    21

    25

    25 BMPEDT-20060911AAJ

    KYIN....................

    29086 MASON CITY............. IA............

    24

    18

    18 BMPEDT-20060714ABL

    KSIN....................

    29096 SIOUX CITY............. IA............

    27

    28

    28 BLEDT-20050726AMC

    WSBT....................

    73983 SOUTH BEND............. IN............

    22

    30

    22 BMPCDT-20050613AFU

    KSWK....................

    60683 LAKIN.................. KS............

    3

    8

    8 BLEDT-20050203ADS

    WKLE....................

    34207 LEXINGTON.............. KY............

    46

    42

    42 BLEDT-20060926AJQ

    KALB....................

    51598 ALEXANDRIA............. LA............

    5

    35

    35 BPCDT-19991025ACQ

    WWLP....................

    6868 SPRINGFIELD............ MA............

    22

    11

    11 BLCDT-20060619AAS

    KDLH....................

    4691 DULUTH................. MN............

    3

    33

    33 BMPCDT-20060519AAE

    KOZJ....................

    51101 JOPLIN................. MO............

    26

    25

    25 BLEDT-20060620ABP

    KYTV....................

    36003 SPRINGFIELD............ MO............

    3

    44

    44 BLCDT-20020213AAA

    KUSM....................

    43567 BOZEMAN................ MT............

    9

    8

    8 BLEDT-20050926ALC

    WSFX....................

    72871 WILMINGTON............. NC............

    26

    30

    30 BMPCDT-20060630ADE

    KRWG....................

    55516 LAS CRUCES............. NM............

    22

    23

    23 BMPEDT-20041104AXJ

    WNLO....................

    71905 BUFFALO................ NY............

    23

    32

    32 BLCDT-20070320AAV

    WSKA....................

    78908 CORNING................ NY............

    30 ........

    30 BLEDT-20060705ABL

    WBNX....................

    72958 AKRON.................. OH............

    55

    30

    30 BLCDT-20070430AXX

    WCET....................

    65666 CINCINNATI............. OH............

    48

    34

    34 BLEDT-20061031AAR

    WLIO....................

    37503 LIMA................... OH............

    35

    8

    8 BMPCDT-20060517ABE

    WQCW....................

    65130 PORTSMOUTH............. OH............

    30

    17

    17 BLCDT-20060630AFJ

    WFMZ....................

    39884 ALLENTOWN.............. PA............

    69

    46

    46 BLCDT-20060621AAU

    WITF....................

    73083 HARRISBURG............. PA............

    33

    36

    36 BLEDT-20000922AHE

    WMTJ....................

    2174 FAJARDO................ PR............

    40

    16

    16 BMPEDT-20070629AEN

    WTCV....................

    28954 SAN JUAN............... PR............

    18

    32

    32 BPCDT-20070125AAX

    WRLK....................

    61013 COLUMBIA............... SC............

    35

    32

    32 BMLEDT-20040826AAL

    WSMV....................

    41232 NASHVILLE.............. TN............

    4

    10

    10 BLCDT-20021029AAV

    KXAN....................

    35920 AUSTIN................. TX............

    36

    21

    21 BLCDT-20050630AAG

    KTLM....................

    62354 RIO GRANDE CITY........ TX............

    40

    20

    20 BPCDT-19991026ACA

    KBYU....................

    6823 PROVO.................. UT............

    11

    44

    44 BLEDT-20020813ABC

    WDBJ....................

    71329 ROANOKE................ VA............

    7

    18

    18 BLCDT-20020502AAP

    WETK....................

    69944 BURLINGTON............. VT............

    33

    32

    32 BLEDT-20061011ADW

    WVNY....................

    11259 BURLINGTON............. VT............

    22

    13

    13 BLCDT-20061113ABH

    WVTB....................

    69940 ST. JOHNSBURY.......... VT............

    20

    18

    18 BPEDT-20071026ABW

    WVTA....................

    69943 WINDSOR................ VT............

    41

    24

    24 BMPEDT-20060306BRA

    WHLA....................

    18780 LA CROSSE.............. WI............

    31

    30

    30 BMLEDT-20041013AAL

    WHRM....................

    73036 WAUSAU................. WI............

    20

    24

    24 BLEDT-20051014AAW

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    Appendix D3.--Granted Requests for Modified Coverage Area

    Current Current

    Post

    Call sign

    Facility

    Community

    State

    NTSC

    DTV

    transition

    ID No.

    channel channel channel

    WVTM.............................

    74173 BIRMINGHAM.......... AL.........

    13

    52

    13

    KETS.............................

    2770 LITTLE ROCK......... AR.........

    2

    5

    7

    KNAZ.............................

    24749 FLAGSTAFF........... AZ.........

    2

    22

    2

    KCET.............................

    13058 LOS ANGELES......... CA.........

    28

    59

    28

    KXTV.............................

    25048 SACRAMENTO.......... CA.........

    10

    61

    10

    WJLA.............................

    1051 WASHINGTON.......... DC.........

    7

    39

    7

    WUSA.............................

    65593 WASHINGTON.......... DC.........

    9

    34

    9

    WHYY.............................

    72338 WILMINGTON.......... DE.........

    12

    55

    12

    WTSP.............................

    11290 ST. PETERSBURG...... FL.........

    10

    24

    10

    WPTV.............................

    59443 WEST PALM BEACH..... FL.........

    5

    55

    12

    WGTV.............................

    23948 ATHENS.............. GA.........

    8

    12

    8

    KWWL.............................

    593 WATERLOO............ IA.........

    7

    55

    7

    KTVB.............................

    34858 BOISE............... ID.........

    7

    26

    7

    WNIN.............................

    67802 EVANSVILLE.......... IN.........

    9

    12

    9

    WBKO.............................

    4692 BOWLING GREEN....... KY.........

    13

    33

    13

    WHAS.............................

    32327 LOUISVILLE.......... KY.........

    11

    55

    11

    WLBZ.............................

    39644 BANGOR.............. ME.........

    2

    25

    2

    WBKP.............................

    76001 CALUMET............. MI.........

    5

    11

    5

    WILX.............................

    6863 ONONDAGA............ MI.........

    10

    57

    10

    WPBN.............................

    21253 TRAVERSE CITY....... MI.........

    7

    50

    7

    WDIO.............................

    71338 DULUTH.............. MN.........

    10

    43

    10

    KEYC.............................

    68853 MANKATO............. MN.........

    12

    38

    12

    WJTV.............................

    48667 JACKSON............. MS.........

    12

    52

    12

    WTOK.............................

    4686 MERIDIAN............ MS.........

    11

    49

    11

    KOBF.............................

    35321 FARMINGTON.......... NM.........

    12

    17

    12

    WWNY.............................

    68851 CARTHAGE............ NY.........

    7

    35

    7

    WHEC.............................

    70041 ROCHESTER........... NY.........

    10

    58

    10

    WTVG.............................

    74150 TOLEDO.............. OH.........

    13

    19

    13

    KOED.............................

    66195 TULSA............... OK.........

    11

    38

    11

    WGAL.............................

    53930 LANCASTER........... PA.........

    8

    58

    8

    WSUR.............................

    19776 PONCE............... PR.........

    9

    43

    9

    WJAR.............................

    50780 PROVIDENCE.......... RI.........

    10

    51

    51

    WBTW.............................

    66407 FLORENCE............ SC.........

    13

    56

    13

    WHNS.............................

    72300 GREENVILLE.......... SC.........

    21

    57

    21

    WYFF.............................

    53905 GREENVILLE.......... SC.........

    4

    59

    36

    KTTM.............................

    28501 HURON............... SD.........

    12

    22

    12

    WMC..............................

    19184 MEMPHIS............. TN.........

    5

    52

    5

    KCPQ.............................

    33894 TACOMA.............. WA.........

    13

    18

    13

    KSTW.............................

    23428 TACOMA.............. WA.........

    11

    36

    11

    WDTV.............................

    70592 WESTON.............. WV.........

    5

    6

    5

    Appendix D4.--Granted Requests for Alternative Channel Assignments

    Current Current

    Post

    Call sign

    Facility

    Community

    State

    NTSC

    DTV

    transition

    ID No.

    channel channel channel

    KTVF.............................

    49621 FAIRBANKS........... AK.........

    11

    26

    26

    KIDA.............................

    81570 SUN VALLEY.......... ID.........

    5 ........

    5

    KSCW.............................

    72348 WICHITA............. KS.........

    33

    31

    19

    WUFX.............................

    84253 VICKSBURG........... MS.........

    35 ........

    41

    WTLW.............................

    1222 LIMA................ OH.........

    44

    47

    44

    KIVV.............................

    34348 LEAD................ SD.........

    5

    29

    5

    WKPT.............................

    27504 KINGSPORT........... TN.........

    19

    27

    27

    KVAW.............................

    32621 EAGLE PASS.......... TX.........

    16

    18

    24

    Appendix D5.--Stations Requesting Changes That Should be Requested in an Application

    Current Current

    Post

    Call sign

    Facility

    Community

    State

    NTSC

    DTV

    transition

    ID No.

    channel channel channel

    Stations Whose Post-Transition Channel is Different from Their Pre-Transition Channel

    KBRR.............................

    55370 THIEF RIVER FALLS... MN.........

    10

    57

    10

    KBSH.............................

    66415 HAYS................ KS.........

    7

    20

    7

    KCBS.............................

    9628 LOS ANGELES......... CA.........

    2

    60

    43

    KDSE.............................

    53329 DICKINSON........... ND.........

    9

    20

    9

    KETZ.............................

    92872 EL DORADO........... AR......... ........

    12

    10

    Page 15329

    KFME.............................

    53321 FARGO............... ND.........

    13

    23

    13

    KFVS.............................

    592 CAPE GIRARDEAU...... MO.........

    12

    57

    12

    KGIN.............................

    7894 GRAND ISLAND........ NE.........

    11

    32

    11

    KHAS.............................

    48003 HASTINGS............ NE.........

    5

    21

    5

    KNOP.............................

    49273 NORTH PLATTE........ NE.........

    2

    22

    2

    KNRR.............................

    55362 PEMBINA............. ND.........

    12

    15

    12

    KOLN.............................

    7890 LINCOLN............. NE.........

    10

    25

    10

    KPNE.............................

    47973 NORTH PLATTE........ NE.........

    9

    16

    9

    KRMJ.............................

    14042 GRAND JUNCTION...... CO.........

    18

    17

    18

    KTCI.............................

    68597 ST. PAUL............ MN.........

    17

    16

    26

    KTSC.............................

    69170 PUEBLO.............. CO.........

    8

    26

    8

    KUAC.............................

    69315 FAIRBANKS........... AK.........

    9

    24

    9

    KUHT.............................

    69269 HOUSTON............. TX.........

    8

    9

    8

    KUPK.............................

    65535 GARDEN CITY......... KS.........

    13

    18

    13

    KWCH.............................

    66413 HUTCHINSON.......... KS.........

    12

    19

    12

    KWTX.............................

    35903 WACO................ TX.........

    10

    53

    10

    WAKA.............................

    701 SELMA............... AL.........

    8

    55

    42

    WBKO.............................

    4692 BOWLING GREEN....... KY.........

    13

    33

    13

    WCAX.............................

    46728 BURLINGTON.......... VT.........

    3

    53

    22

    WDSE.............................

    17726 DULUTH.............. MN.........

    8

    38

    8

    WEAU.............................

    7893 EAU CLAIRE.......... WI.........

    13

    39

    13

    WEDU.............................

    21808 TAMPA............... FL.........

    3

    54

    13

    WIBW.............................

    63160 TOPEKA.............. KS.........

    13

    44

    13

    WJHG.............................

    73136 PANAMA CITY......... FL.........

    7

    8

    7

    WLEF.............................

    63046 PARK FALLS.......... WI.........

    36

    47

    36

    WLVT.............................

    36989 ALLENTOWN........... PA.........

    39

    62

    39

    WNPT.............................

    41398 NASHVILLE........... TN.........

    8

    46

    8

    WPTD.............................

    25067 DAYTON.............. OH.........

    16

    58

    16

    WPVI.............................

    8616 PHILADELPHIA........ PA.........

    6

    64

    6

    WRDW.............................

    73937 AUGUSTA............. GA.........

    12

    31

    12

    WSAW.............................

    6867 WAUSAU.............. WI.........

    7

    40

    7

    WSKY.............................

    76324 MANTEO.............. NC.........

    4

    4

    9

    WTAT.............................

    416 CHARLESTON.......... SC.........

    24

    40

    24

    WTVM.............................

    595 COLUMBUS............ GA.........

    9

    47

    9

    WTVZ.............................

    40759 NORFOLK............. VA.........

    33

    38

    33

    WVTV.............................

    74174 MILWAUKEE........... WI.........

    18

    61

    18

    Stations Whose Post-Transition Channel is the Same as Their Pre-Transition Channel

    KBTV.............................

    61214 PORT ARTHUR......... TX.........

    4

    40

    40

    KFNR.............................

    21612 RAWLINS............. WY.........

    11

    9

    9

    KGWL.............................

    63162 LANDER.............. WY.........

    5

    7

    7

    KMID.............................

    35131 MIDLAND............. TX.........

    2

    26

    26

    KQTV.............................

    20427 ST. JOSEPH.......... MO.........

    2

    53

    7

    KTWO.............................

    18286 CASPER.............. WY.........

    2

    17

    17

    KUPN.............................

    63158 STERLING............ CO.........

    3

    23

    23

    KVEA.............................

    19783 CORONA.............. CA.........

    52

    39

    39

    WBBJ.............................

    65204 JACKSON............. TN.........

    7

    43

    43

    WFXV.............................

    43424 UTICA............... NY.........

    33

    27

    27

    WHKY.............................

    65919 HICKORY............. NC.........

    14

    40

    40

    WMYO.............................

    34167 SALEM............... IN.........

    58

    51

    51

    Appendix E--Supplemental Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis 151. As required by the Regulatory Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended (``RFA'') an Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis

    (``IRFA'') was incorporated in the Seventh Further Notice of

    Proposed Rulemaking (``Seventh FNPRM'') in MB Docket 87-268. The

    Commission sought written public comment on the proposals in the

    Seventh FNPRM, including comment on the IRFA. In addition, a Final

    Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (``FRFA'') was incorporated in the

    Seventh R&O in MB Docket 87-268. This present Supplemental Final

    Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (``Supplemental FRFA'') on the MO&OR conforms to the RFA.

    1. Need for, and Objectives of, the Order on Reconsideration 152. The Commission initiated this proceeding to establish a final DTV Table of Allotments with the Seventh FNPRM, which proposed a final, post-transition DTV channel for each eligible, (Only

      Commission licensees and permittees were eligible to participate in the channel election process to select a final DTV channel. See

      Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, 19 FCC Rcd at 1830, paragraph 66.), full power television broadcast station. After reviewing comments, the Commission adopted a final DTV Table in the Seventh

      R&O. The Commission received approximately 124 petitions for reconsideration of the Seventh R&O requesting changes to the Table and/or to the station operating parameters on Appendix B for more than 200 stations. The MO&OR responds to these petitions and, in response to some of the petitions, modifies the DTV Table and/or

      Appendix B adopted in the Seventh R&O. This Supplemental FRFA is associated with the MO&OR and discusses the changes made to the DTV

      Table and Appendix B in response to the petitions for reconsideration.

      Page 15330

      153. The final post-transition DTV Table, as modified herein on reconsideration, finalizes the channel and facilities necessary to complete the digital transition for full power television stations, including full power commercial and noncommercial broadcast television stations. The changes we made to the DTV Table and

      Appendix B in response to the petitions will help promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. For example, for 55 stations, we made changes to Appendix B station operating parameters to be consistent with current authorizations for these stations. For 8 stations, we granted channel changes requested by the station, which will assist those stations in making the transition to digital service and in continuing to serve their communities. For 40 stations, we modified the station's post-transition coverage area to help the station better serve their community post-transition, and for 6 stations we granted minor changes to Appendix B station parameters to reflect correct coordinates for the station. These and other changes to the final DTV Table and Appendix B made herein will assist these broadcasters in transitioning to digital service.

    2. Summary of Significant Issues Raised by Public Comments in

      Response to the IRFA 154. There were no comments filed that specifically addressed the FRFA in this proceeding.

    3. Description and Estimate of the Number of Small Entities To

      Which the Rules Will Apply 155. The RFA directs the Commission to provide a description of and, where feasible, an estimate of the number of small entities that will be affected by the rules adopted herein. The RFA generally defines the term ``small entity'' as having the same meaning as the terms ``small business,'' ``small organization,'' and ``small government jurisdiction.'' In addition, the term ``small business'' has the same meaning as the term ``small business concern'' under the Small Business Act. Id. Sec. 601(3) (incorporating by reference the definition of ``small business concern'' in 15 U.S.C. 632).

      Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 601(3), the statutory definition of a small business applies ``unless an agency, after consultation with the

      Office of Advocacy of the Small Business Administration and after opportunity for public comment, establishes one or more definitions of such term which are appropriate to the activities of the agency and publishes such definition(s) in the Federal Register.'' 5 U.S.C. 601(3). A small business concern is one which: (1) Is independently owned and operated; (2) is not dominant in its field of operation; and (3) satisfies any additional criteria established by the Small

      Business Administration (SBA). 15 U.S.C. 632. Application of the statutory criteria of dominance in its field of operation and independence are sometimes difficult to apply in the context of broadcast television. Accordingly, the Commission's statistical account of television stations may be over-inclusive. The rules of this MO&O will primarily affect full power television stations, as opposed to low power television stations and television translator stations. A description of such small entities, as well as an estimate of the number of such small entities, is provided below. 156. Television Broadcasting. The rules and policies adopted in this MO&OR apply to television broadcast licensees and potential licensees of television service. The SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13.0 million in annual receipts. Business concerns included in this industry are those ``primarily engaged in broadcasting images together with sound.'' Id. This category description continues,

      ``These establishments operate television broadcasting studios and facilities for the programming and transmission of programs to the public. These establishments also produce or transmit visual programming to affiliated broadcast television stations, which in- turn broadcast the programs to the public on a predetermined schedule. Programming may originate in their own studios, from an affiliated network, or from external sources.'' Separate census categories pertain to businesses primarily engaged in producing programming. See Motion Picture and Video Production, NAICS code 512110; Motion Picture and Video Distribution, NAICS Code 512120;

      Teleproduction and Other Post-Production Services, NAICS Code 512191; and Other Motion Picture and Video Industries, NAICS Code 512199. The Commission has estimated the number of licensed commercial television stations to be 1,376. See News Release,

      ``Broadcast Station Totals as of December 31, 2006,'' 2007 WL 221575

      (dated Jan. 26, 2007) (``Broadcast Station Totals''); also available at http://www.fcc.gov/mb/. According to Commission staff review of the BIA Financial Network, MAPro Television Database (``BIA'') on

      March 30, 2007, about 986 of an estimated 1,374 commercial television stations (or about 72 percent) have revenues of $13.0 million or less and thus qualify as small entities under the SBA definition. The Commission has estimated the number of licensed NCE television stations to be 380. We note, however, that, in assessing whether a business concern qualifies as small under the above definition, business (control) affiliations, (``[Business concerns] are affiliates of each other when one concern controls or has the power to control the other or a third party or parties controls or has to power to control both.'' 13 CFR 121.103(a)(1).), must be included. Our estimate, therefore, likely overstates the number of small entities that might be affected by our action, because the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from affiliated companies. The Commission does not compile and otherwise does not have access to information on the revenue of

      NCE stations that would permit it to determine how many such stations would qualify as small entities. 157. In addition, an element of the definition of ``small business'' is that the entity not be dominant in its field of operation. We are unable at this time to define or quantify the criteria that would establish whether a specific television station is dominant in its field of operation. Accordingly, the estimate of small businesses to which rules may apply do not exclude any television station from the definition of a small business on this basis and are therefore over-inclusive to that extent. Also as noted, an additional element of the definition of ``small business'' is that the entity must be independently owned and operated. We note that it is difficult at times to assess these criteria in the context of media entities and our estimates of small businesses to which they apply may be over-inclusive to this extent. 158. Class A TV, LPTV, and TV translator stations. The rules and policies adopted in this MO&OR do not directly affect low power television stations, as the DTV Table adopted in the MO&O finalizes post-transition digital channels only for full power television stations. Nonetheless, as discussed in Section E, infra, low power television stations will also eventually transition from analog to digital technology and may be indirectly affected by the channel allotment decisions herein. The broadcast stations indirectly affected include licensees of Class A TV stations, low power television (LPTV) stations, and TV translator stations, as well as to potential licensees in these television services. In general, low power television stations are secondary to full power television stations and must accept interference from full power stations. The

      Community Broadcasters Protection Act, and the Commission's rules implementing that statute, give certain low power television (LPTV) stations, known as Class A stations, some limited protection from interference by full-service stations. See Community Broadcasters

      Protection Act of 1999, Pub. L. No. 106-113, 113 Stat. Appendix I at pp. 1501A-594-1501A-598 (1999), codified at 47 U.S.C. 336(f). See also 47 CFR 73.6000-6027. The same SBA definition that applies to television broadcast licensees would apply to these stations. The

      SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13.0 million in annual receipts.

      Currently, there are approximately 567 licensed Class A stations, 2,227 licensed LPTV stations, and 4,518 licensed TV translators.

      Given the nature of these services, we will presume that all of these licensees qualify as small entities under the SBA definition.

      We note, however, that under the SBA's definition, revenue of affiliates that are not LPTV stations should be aggregated with the

      LPTV station revenues in determining whether a concern is small. Our estimate may thus overstate the number of small entities since the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from non-LPTV affiliated companies. We do not have data on revenues of TV translator or TV booster stations, but virtually all of these entities are also likely to have revenues of less than

      $13.0 million and thus may be categorized as small, except to the extent that revenues of affiliated non-translator or booster entities should be considered.

      Page 15331

    4. Description of Projected Reporting, Recordkeeping and Other

      Compliance Requirements 159. The rules adopted in the MO&OR involve no changes to reporting, recordkeeping, or other compliance requirements beyond what is already required under the current regulations.

    5. Steps Taken To Minimize Significant Impact on Small Entities, and

      Significant Alternatives Considered 160. The RFA requires an agency to describe any significant alternatives that it has considered in reaching its proposed approach, which may include the following four alternatives (among others): (1) The establishment of differing compliance or reporting requirements or timetables that take into account the resources available to small entities; (2) the clarification, consolidation, or simplification of compliance or reporting requirements under the rule for small entities; (3) the use of performance, rather than design, standards; and (4) an exemption from coverage of the rule, or any part thereof, for small entities. 161. As noted in paragraph 3 of this Supplemental FRFA, we made a number of changes to the final DTV Table and Appendix B in the

      MO&OR in response to petitions for reconsideration filed on behalf of stations. The changes we made will help promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. In general, we accommodated the requests made by petitioners to the extent possible consistent with the interference and other standards outlined in the Seventh

      FNPRM and the Seventh R&O in this proceeding. Making changes wherever possible in response to station requests and consistent with previous standards advances the Commission's overall goal of facilitating the digital transition. An alternative, which we did not pursue, would have been to consider petitions without reference to the interference and other standards set forth in the Seventh

      FNPRM and the Seventh R&O. We rejected that alternative on the ground that station requests should be treated consistently to the extent possible, so that stations that requested relief earlier in the proceeding, in a comment filed in response to the Seventh FNPRM, do not get treated differently from those that requested relief later, in a petition for reconsideration filed in response to the

      Seventh R&O. 162. The changes to the final post-transition DTV Table adopted in the MO&OR provides stations that filed petitions for reconsideration--large and small alike--with the best channels and facilities possible for accomplishing the digital transition. Large and small broadcasters alike benefited from our approach of accommodating petitioner requests where possible, which was taken in an effort to expedite finalization of the DTV Table and Appendix B so that stations can complete construction of their post-transition facilities by the statutory deadline for the DTV transition. Where petitioners made specific requests for changes to the proposals in the Seventh FNPRM, requests that provided for an alternative service area for the station or parameters that differed from those adopted by the Commission, those requests were granted to the extent possible consistent with the standards of the Seventh FNPRM and the

      Seventh R&O and, in particular, with the applicable interference standards. This process has been open and transparent, and has provided consistent treatment for large and small broadcasters. 163. The final DTV Table adopted herein does not provide for channels for low power television stations, and we received no petitions for reconsideration from low power stations. The

      Commission will address the digital transition for low power television (``LPTV'') stations in a separate proceeding. The statutory transition deadline established by Congress in 2006--

      February 17, 2009--applies only to full-power stations. See Digital

      Television and Public Safety Act of 2005, which is Title III of the

      Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-171, 120 Stat. 4

      (2006) (codified at 47 U.S.C. 309(j)(14) and 337(e)). One of the

      Commission's goals in this proceeding is to permit full power stations to finalize their post-transition facilities by this rapidly approaching deadline. The Commission previously determined that it has discretion under 47 U.S.C. 336(f)(4) to set the date by which analog operations of stations in the low power and translator service must cease. Amendment of Parts 73 and 74 of the Commission's

      Rules to Establish Rules for Digital Low Power Television,

      Television Translator, and Television Booster Stations and to Amend

      Rules for Digital Class A Television Stations, MB Docket No. 03-185,

      Report and Order, 19 FCC Rcd 19331, 19336 paragraph 12 (2004) (``

      LPTV DTV Report and Order ''). The Commission has stated that the intent is to ensure that low power and translator stations not be required to prematurely convert to digital operation in a manner that could disrupt their analog service or, more importantly, that might cause them to cease operation. The Commission decided not to establish a fixed termination date for the low power digital television transition until it resolved the issues concerning the transition of full-power television stations. The Commission has recognized that low power television stations are a valuable component of the nation's television system and has stated its intention to facilitate, wherever possible, the digital transition of these stations.

    6. Report to Congress 164. The Commission will send a copy of this MO&OR, including this Supplemental FRFA, in a report to be sent to Congress pursuant to the Congressional Review Act. In addition, the Commission will send a copy of this MO&OR, including the Supplemental FRFA, to the

      Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration. A copy of the MO&OR and Supplemental FRFA (or summaries thereof) will also be published in the Federal Register.

      Appendix F--Eighth Report and Order,List of Comments and Replies 1. Richland Reserve, LLC. 2. Fox Television Stations of Philadelphia, Inc. 3. Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission d/b/a Maryland Public

      Television. 4. Saga Quad States Communications. 5. Gray Television Licensee, Inc. 6. Gilmore Broadcasting Corp. 7. Idaho Independent Television, Inc. 8. The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama. 9. CBS Corporation. 10. Tribune Broadcasting Co.

      Appendix G--Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis 1. As required by the Regulatory Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended (``RFA'') an Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis

      (``IRFA'') was incorporated in the Eighth Further Notice of Proposed

      Rulemaking (``8th FNPRM''). The Commission sought written public comment on the proposals in the Eighth Further Notice, including comment on the IRFA. The Commission received no comments on the

      IRFA. This present Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (``FRFA'') accompanying the Eighth Report and Order (``Eighth R&O'') conforms to the RFA.

    7. Need for, and Objectives of, the Report and Order 2. This Eighth R&O addresses comments filed by licensees and permittees in response to the Eighth Further Notice. The Eighth

      Further Notice proposed modifications to the new post-transition DTV

      Table of Allotments and Appendix B (``DTV Table''). It provided three new full power permittees and nine existing full power licensees and permittees with channels and parameters for digital broadcast operations after the DTV transition. Changes to the new post-transition DTV Table affect full power commercial and noncommercial broadcast television stations as the new DTV Table provides post-transition channels for all eligible full power stations and changes to the Table may have interference or other implications for other broadcasters in the Table. 3. The Commission announced in the Seventh Further Notice that, to the extent possible, it would accommodate future new permittees in the new post-transition DTV Table, but that it would provide an opportunity for public comment before doing so. Three new construction permits were issued to permittees too late to be offered for comment in the Public Notice revising the Seventh

      Further Notice, (Public Notice, ``Revisions to Proposed New DTV

      Table of Allotments, Tentative Channel Designations To Be Added to the DTV Table of Allotments Proposed in the Seventh Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making in MB Docket No. 87-268,'' DA 07-20 (MB rel.

      Jan. 8, 2007), 72 FR 2485 (Jan. 19, 2007) (``New Permittees PN'').), but it was found that these permittees could be accommodated in the new DTV Table without causing impermissible interference. Having provided the requisite notice and comment periods, in the Eighth R&O we have now granted the specific facilities and parameters we proposed for these permittees, including the request for a different post-transition digital channel in a comment filed by one of the permittees. Furthermore, ten, (Initially, ten licensees or permittees

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      requested changes and were under consideration, however one licensee, Fox Television Stations of Philadelphia, Inc., has withdrawn its request to adjust its Appendix B parameters and therefore only nine such requests are being considered. See Brief

      Comment of Fox Television Stations of Philadelphia, Inc., filed Oct. 18, 2007.), existing licensees and permittees made late-filed requests to the Seventh Further Notice for modifications to the new

      DTV Table, and we found it appropriate to provide a full opportunity for comment with respect to these entities in the Eighth Further

      Notice. With the issuance of the instant Eighth R&O, we have now considered any comments filed in connection with these proposals. We grant the request of one station to modify Appendix B to reflect its authorized facilities, we grant the request of another station seeking to modify its Appendix B facilities to more closely replicate its analog Grade B contour, we grant alternative post- transition digital channel assignments to five stations, and we grant the request to modify the technical parameters of two stations whose transmission facilities were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. 4. We believe these modifications to the new post-transition DTV

      Table support the goals set forth for the channel election process.

      By these modifications, the new permittees are provided with channels for DTV operations after the transition. Where adjustments bring the Table into line with the facilities or service areas of existing licensees or permittees, they recognize industry expectations and respect investments already made. These adjustments also move the overall post-transition DTV Table more quickly towards finality without sacrificing clarity or transparency. Finally, we believe the adjustments we have granted in the Eighth R&O reflect our efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and, in particular, ensure the best possible DTV service to the public.

    8. Summary of Significant Issues Raised by Public Comments in Response to the IRFA 5. There were no comments filed that specifically addressed the rules and policies proposed in the IRFA.

    9. Description and Estimate of the Number of Small Entities To Which the Rules Will Apply 6. The RFA directs the Commission to provide a description of and, where feasible, an estimate of the number of small entities that will be affected by the rules adopted herein. The RFA generally defines the term ``small entity'' as having the same meaning as the terms ``small business,'' ``small organization,'' and ``small government jurisdiction.'' In addition, the term ``small business'' has the same meaning as the term ``small business concern'' under the Small Business Act. Id. Sec. 601(3) (incorporating by reference the definition of ``small business concern'' in 15 U.S.C. 632).

      Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 601(3), the statutory definition of a small business applies ``unless an agency, after consultation with the

      Office of Advocacy of the Small Business Administration and after opportunity for public comment, establishes one or more definitions of such term which are appropriate to the activities of the agency and publishes such definition(s) in the Federal Register.'' 5 U.S.C. 601(3). A small business concern is one which: (1) Is independently owned and operated; (2) is not dominant in its field of operation; and (3) satisfies any additional criteria established by the Small

      Business Administration (SBA). 15 U.S.C. 632. Application of the statutory criteria of `non-dominance in its field of operation' and

      `independence' are sometimes difficult to accomplish in the context of broadcast television. Accordingly, the Commission's statistical account of television stations may be over-inclusive. The rules of this Eighth R&O will primarily affect full power television stations, as opposed to low power television stations and television translator stations. A description of such small entities, as well as an estimate of the number of such small entities, is provided below. 7. Television Broadcasting. The rules and policies adopted in this Eighth R&O apply to television broadcast licensees and permittees of television service. The SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13.0 million in annual receipts. Business concerns included in this industry are those ``primarily engaged in broadcasting images together with sound.'' Id. This category description continues,

      ``These establishments operate television broadcasting studios and facilities for the programming and transmission of programs to the public. These establishments also produce or transmit visual programming to affiliated broadcast television stations, which in turn broadcast the programs to the public on a predetermined schedule. Programming may originate in their own studios, from an affiliated network, or from external sources.'' Separate census categories pertain to businesses primarily engaged in producing programming. See Motion Picture and Video Production, NAICS code 512110; Motion Picture and Video Distribution, NAICS Code 512120;

      Teleproduction and Other Post-Production Services, NAICS Code 512191; and Other Motion Picture and Video Industries, NAICS Code 512199. The Commission has estimated the number of licensed commercial television stations to be 1,376. See News Release,

      ``Broadcast Station Totals as of December 31, 2006,'' 2007 WL 221575

      (dated Jan. 26, 2007) (``Broadcast Station Totals''); also available at http://www.fcc.gov/mb/. According to Commission staff review of the BIA Financial Network, MAPro Television Database (``BIA'') on

      March 30, 2007, about 986 of an estimated 1,374 commercial television stations (or about 72 percent) have revenues of $13.5 million or less and thus qualify as small entities under the SBA definition. The Commission has estimated the number of licensed NCE television stations to be 380. See Broadcast Station Totals, supra note15. We note, however, that, in assessing whether a business concern qualifies as small under the above definition, business

      (control) affiliations, (``[Business concerns] are affiliates of each other when one concern controls or has the power to control the other or a third party or parties controls or has to power to control both.'' 13 CFR 121.103(a)(1).), must be included. Our estimate, therefore, likely overstates the number of small entities that might be affected by our action, because the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from affiliated companies. The Commission does not compile and otherwise does not have access to information on the revenue of NCE stations that would permit it to determine how many such stations would qualify as small entities. 8. In addition, an element of the definition of ``small business'' is that the entity not be dominant in its field of operation. We are unable at this time to define or quantify the criteria that would establish whether a specific television station is dominant in its field of operation. Accordingly, the estimate of small businesses to which rules may apply do not exclude any television station from the definition of a small business on this basis and are therefore over-inclusive to that extent. Also as noted, an additional element of the definition of ``small business'' is that the entity must be independently owned and operated. We note that it is difficult at times to assess these criteria in the context of media entities and our estimates of small businesses to which they apply may be over-inclusive to this extent. 9. Class A TV, LPTV, and TV translator stations. The rules and policies proposed in this Eighth R&O do not directly affect low power television stations, as the DTV Table to which changes are being proposed will finalize post-transition digital channels only for full power television stations. Nonetheless, as discussed in

      Section E, infra, low power television stations will also eventually transition from analog to digital technology and may be indirectly affected by the channel allotment decisions herein. The broadcast stations indirectly affected include licensees of Class A TV stations, low power television (LPTV) stations, and TV translator stations, as well as to potential licensees in these television services. The same SBA definition that applies to television broadcast licensees would apply to these stations. The SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13.0 million in annual receipts. Currently, there are approximately 567 licensed Class A stations, 2,227 licensed LPTV stations, and 4,518 licensed TV translators. Given the nature of these services, we will presume that all of these licensees qualify as small entities under the SBA definition. We note, however, that under the SBA's definition, revenue of affiliates that are not LPTV stations should be aggregated with the LPTV station revenues in determining whether a concern is small. Our estimate may thus overstate the number of small entities since the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from non-

      LPTV affiliated companies. We do not have data on revenues of TV translator or TV booster stations, but virtually all of these entities are also likely to have revenues of less than $13.0 million and thus may be categorized as small, except to the extent that revenues of affiliated non-

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      translator or booster entities should be considered.

    10. Description of Projected Reporting, Recordkeeping and Other

      Compliance Requirements 10. The rules adopted in this Eighth R&O involve no changes to reporting, recordkeeping, or other compliance requirements beyond what is already required under the current regulations.

    11. Steps Taken To Minimize Significant Impact on Small Entities, and

      Significant Alternatives Considered 11. The RFA requires an agency to describe any significant alternatives that it has considered in reaching its proposed approach, which may include the following four alternatives (among others): (1) The establishment of differing compliance or reporting requirements or timetables that take into account the resources available to small entities; (2) the clarification, consolidation, or simplification of compliance or reporting requirements under the rule for small entities; (3) the use of performance, rather than design, standards; and (4) an exemption from coverage of the rule, or any part thereof, for small entities. 12. The new post-transition DTV Table adopted in the Seventh R&O provides all eligible broadcast television stations--large and small alike--with channels for post-transition DTV operations. Small broadcasters, just like large ones, benefited from participating in the channel election process, and had an equal opportunity to review the proposed DTV Table and request modifications to it. Furthermore, no distinction was made between large and small licensees and permittees when determining which proposals to include in the Eighth

      Further Notice or which proposals to grant in the Eighth R&O. All licensees and permittees affected by the Eighth R&O had the opportunity to comment, and the Commission considered all comments, including those proposing alternative allotments for specific stations. The channel designations and parameters granted in the

      Eighth R&O are based almost entirely on elections by licensees and permittees. The transition procedures utilized in selecting final

      DTV allotments have been sufficiently transparent and flexible and were the most efficient means of minimizing the impact on small entities. The narrow scope of the Commission's authority did not permit for alternative procedures for selecting final DTV allotments, nor has the Commission ever utilized any alternative procedure for finalizing the DTV Table. 13. In addition, the new DTV Table to which the Eighth R&O grants modifications does not provide for channels for low power television stations. The Commission will address the digital transition for low power television (``LPTV'') stations in a separate proceeding. The statutory transition deadline established by Congress in 2006--February 17, 2009--applies only to full-power stations. See Digital Television and Public Safety Act of 2005, which is Title III of the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-171, 120 Stat. 4 (2006) (codified at 47 U.S.C. 309(j)(14) and 337(e)). One of the Commission's goals in this proceeding is to permit full power stations to finalize their post-transition facilities by this rapidly approaching deadline. The Commission previously determined that it has discretion under 47 U.S.C. 336(f)(4) to set the date by which analog operations of stations in the low power and translator service must cease. Amendment of Parts 73 and 74 of the Commission's Rules To Establish Rules for Digital

      Low Power Television, Television Translator, and Television Booster

      Stations and To Amend Rules for Digital Class A Television Stations,

      MB Docket No. 03-185, Report and Order, 19 FCC Rcd 19331, 19336 paragraph 12 (2004) (LPTV DTV Report and Order). The Commission has stated that the intent is to ensure that low power and translator stations not be required to prematurely convert to digital operation in a manner that could disrupt their analog service or, more importantly, that might cause them to cease operation. The

      Commission decided not to establish a fixed termination date for the low power digital television transition until it resolved the issues concerning the transition of full-power television stations. The

      Commission has recognized that low power television stations are a valuable component of the nation's television system and has stated its intention to facilitate, wherever possible, the digital transition of these stations.

    12. Report to Congress 14. The Commission will send a copy of this Eighth R&O, including this FRFA, in a report to be sent to Congress pursuant to the Congressional Review Act. In addition, the Commission will send a copy of this Eighth R&O, including the FRFA, to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration. A copy of this

      Eighth R&O and FRFA (or summaries thereof) will also be published in the Federal Register.

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