Here are the apparent errors: the proposed site is located just 56 miles from 103.7, making it short-spaced by approximately 9 miles. It gets even more confusing since the application lists new coordinates but shows the same tower registration number, and it states that no interference will be caused.
Would there be interference if the translator moves to the site near Weatherford? Probably. Will the FCC kick the application back? We shall see.
You may know more about this than I do, but my understanding of translators is that there is no "short-spacing" per se. I've seen several translators indicate they'd be short-spaced but show diagrams and drawings indicating that they either won't cause interference in-spite of of short-spacing or that they would only cause interference over unpopulated areas. Those have been accepted in the past. There was one that I seem to remember was in a similar situation in Knoxville that would have found itself next or second-adjacent to WIVK but indicated interference would be over unpopulated farmland. The FCC allowed it, and, as far as I know, it's still broadcasting.