Johnson Tower Corporation of Seminole, FL, has been charged $3,000 in civil penalties after admitting it violated antenna structure rules. The commission, working with the Federal Aviation Administration, reached a Consent Decree with sole operator, Dan L. Johnson, who demonstrated it would be a financial hardship to pay a larger $231,000 fine. The FCC originally assessed the higher amount on November 1, 2013 when it first charged Johnson.
Johnson admitted it failed to install lights on two antenna
structures in Pinellas Park, FL, and update registration information
with the FCC to reflect the dismantlement of a third antenna structure.
After being charged originally, Johnson installed proper lighting on one
of the towers, reduced the height on a second tower so that it was not
tall enough to require lighting, and... read more here.