The best way to take care of this is to get the meeting hall filled with
HAMS before the negative crowed gets there.
> From: Patrick Barkey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com; Spinosa@msn.com
> Subject: Upcoming Public Hearing -Reply
> Date: Tuesday, January 28, 1997 4:58 PM
> What you describe is very familiar to me. The atmosphere in the actual
> hearing has a lot to do with how things are decided, at least in my
> You are probably doomed, but you might try this: contact/recruit as
> many local hams as you can. Numbers are important. Let one or two of
> the more eloquent ones stand up and say good things about amateur
> radio. Then have them all stand up (yes, it sounds corny, but numbers
> are persuasive) in support of the comments.
> You have a few days to try to save your petition. You might as well try.
> Good luck.
> -- Pat
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