> Didn't know that...I keep all that crap in a filing cabinet
> labeled "engineering" with a post-it note that says "touch
> this and die."
> Public file is for outdated contour maps and "oh we love you
> so much" letters
Move your logs to the public file!!!
That's the first place the "compliance specialists" head for. They are looking for those logs showing EAS tests received and sent and tower lights checks (if you have tower lights, of course). Then they look for the "Public and Broadcasting" flyer the FCC put out, a political file, an "issues" file with the quarterly issues/programing lists, as well as copies of the current licenses, those outdated contour maps, and any letters from the public.
If they find everything is there, in some kind of order and neatly labeled, then they'll probably leave, ignoring that 20 kw transmitter on your Class A FM, and your three-tower directional with one tower missing....