James on the other board picked up on this application. Here are the answers to some questions that it raises.
First, this is a translator, so it has to protect any full service stations like KBLQ.
Second, it's entirely outside KBLQ's protected contour, so they likely have no right to complain. It's just like the three 96.7 stations. Logan has KKEX, Salt Lake has K244DH (the old KUSU translator) and central Utah has KQMB.
Third, the original application states that it will rebroadcast KWKD Randolph. (That's what's now KDUT 102.3) The most recent application says that it will rebroadcast KUUU. I'll put $500 down that both are lies. There is absolutely no reason in the world to do that. The translators signal area duplicates the coverage of the boosters of 102.3 and the main of 92.5 themselves. The only conclusion I can reach is that the "Michael C. Cusinato" listed as the applicant is going to make it a satellator. Originally it was probably a relay between an existing translator in the non-comm band and the real target, a commercial band translator actually serving someone. The original application had it on Farnsworth pointing straight north where pretty much the only people who would get a decent signal from it would be on Antelope Island. The new pattern is on Ensign Peak and actually serves a population.
The question still remains, what station is it really going to be playing? There was an exhibit of co-owned stations, but that seems to be missing.
CA, I valued your opinion for many years as a moderator, but am disgusted by your behavior and the fact that you would pull that kind of garbage on the other board and then lift information from it to make a post. I thought you were more of a man.