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Re: FCC Boston
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2023, 1919 UTC »
I used to work in Quincy (immediately to the south of Boston) before retiring earlier this year, and once I got within about 15 miles of Boston, often picked up the FM pirates, and the energetic Haitian stations.

Just a side story: Before I started driving in to work a number of years ago, I took the train and then transferred to "The T" (subway) to get to the North Quincy station. The FCC has an office in Quincy, fyi. While walking through the parking lot to get to my workplace, I saw a vehicle with the license plate of "6925." After doing a double-take, I silently chuckled at the irony of seeing this plate parked just a few miles from the local FCC office.


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