Andy Struiksma, station manager, said it would be a huge blow to their operations to have a reduction during the day."We basically operate under the shadow of the Bellingham radio stations, and if we were forced to reduce our power we wouldn't be able to reach our main audience," Struiksma said.It is common for people to have some interference in devices such as telephones and radios, Struiksma said, but there are filters available to fix the problem."If people would come to us, we are quite willing to help them find a solution to the interference," Struiksma said."This year we've had fewer than 25 complaints, and we try our best to find the source of the problem and offer suggestions on fixing it.""We're fully in compliance with FCC rules, and we want to be a good neighbor within this community," Struiksma said.
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