As far as I can tell from looking at the FCC database, the informal objection filed in regards to the power increase request for KNIT still hasn't been resolved. Until that's taken care of, it appears that the FCC won't grant approval for 1320 to increase power and switch antennas to the new tower. That could seriously hamper any development plans that Kona Coast has for 1230 & 1320,
Don't forget that Kona Coast also has a CP which was granted on 6/11/2018 for K233DV 94.5 in Draper it looks to be in area that has the red and white cell tower off Redwood Rd. and Porter Rockwell Drive by Camp Williams? Says primary station will be KNIT (AM) Not sure of the coverage map for the signal? Did not have time to go over applications it may have been denied but under review?
According to KNIT's "for sale" listing on the RadioTV Deals site, the $250 K asking price includes the companion FM translator construction permit in Draper. I'm assuming that means the FCC has approved Kona Coast's translator aapplication for 1320. I believe they also applied for an FM translator for KRRF, but I'm not sure if it was approved or not.
InsideRadio described KNIT as "currently silent" in this week's "Deal Digest" feature, so apparently they used the (incorrect) Wikipedia article on the station as their source. KNIT resumed operations on Valentine's Day of this year, albeit with a low power STA and daytime operation only.
KRRF is history: The new call letters for 1230 AM are KEZF. Kona Coast has also filed an STA for the station to go silent since the sale has been finalized and Cumulus' transmitting facilities are no longer available. Full details here: