Meeting Minutes - September 2012
A Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) exists between Valley County and the Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club (CIARC).
The MOU between Valley County and prohibits adjustment of the radio equipment contained within this cabinet by persons other than those authorized by CIARC and licensed under Title 47 CFR 97.
An excerpt from the MOU, which covers the maintenance of the radio equipment contained within this cabinet, follows:
Maintenance of Radio Equipment
The Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club shall be solely responsible for the maintenance and adjustment of CIARC owned Amateur Service radio equipment, which is licensed under Title 47 CFR 97.
Licensees within other radio services, such as Land Mobile, which are not regulated under Title 47 CFR 97, will make no maintenance adjustment or modification to any CIARC owned Amateur Service radio equipment that is licensed under Title 47 CFR 97.
Should there be an urgent need to disable any CIARC owned Amateur Service transmitter, for the purpose of diagnosis or interference mitigation, the following processes are to be carried out:
Any request to disable a CIARC owned Amateur Service transmitter must be accompanied by:
Should the Valley County / No Business Mountain communications site technical staff require on-site assistance, CIARC will make technical staff available, provided staff is available and site access / travel is possible.
The Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club shall make available to Valley County, a list of Control Operator and Technical contacts. The Central Idaho Amateur Radio Club shall inform Valley County of any changes to the list of contacts.