Immanuel President Neil Hopper questioned if the interference to WJES was truly tied to W265AV and noted the complainants were "relativesof Mr.
Rodriguez is a clergyman, and WJES airs a Spanish-language religious format.
Rodriguez then told the Bureau this power reduction did little to ease the interference to WJES. This led the Bureau to cut W265AV's power to 52 watts.
Further, he rejected an offer from Immanuel for a temporary power reduction, the installation of a directional antenna, and even the relocation of WJES — an unusual offer from an owner of an FM translator.