In November 2018 Capstar TX, LLC, a division of iHeartRadio, filed for a new cross service 250-watt FM translator for 107.5 FM for AM station KFIV, Power Talk 1360, “The Valley’s Political Talk Headquarters”. Justin Howze, a Modesto radio listener, filed a Petition to Deny November 18, 2019 citing that the applicant was required to provide a showing that it complied with the Local Community Radio Act of 2010 (LCRA). Howze points to interpretations the Commission made on how to enact LCRA in relation to how to apportion spectrum for LPFM and FM translators, derived in past rulemakings -- LPFM Fifth Order/Sixth Report and LPFM Fourth Report and Order. The take-home is Howze points to inconsistencies and self-conflict concerning the FCC’s rationale of granting spectrum to translators several-fold compared to LPFM. The Commission’s own legal precedent interpretation requires the FCC to conserve spectrum for both services upon opening licensing opportunities. Howze points to the licensing imbalance in Modesto, where over ten translators can be heard and possibly two, or at most three LPFM stations in the area. He believes, thus, the spectrum applied for by Capstar is the last viable spectrum for LPFM, and under the LCRA, that spectrum must be reserved for LPFM. Howze cites the lack of limiting factors to conserve LPFM channels per LCRA within the cross-service FM translator application window, and that in the past, translator applicants were required to submit preclusion demonstrations to show the translator did not encroach on LPFM licensing opportunities.