The Genesis Amateur Radio Society has been asked to host the Plymouth 146.685 machine, formerly run by the Mayflower ARC. According to the club’s newsletter, the club “overwhelmingly approved taking whatever steps were necessary to effect such transfer.”
The GARS Board of directors met earlier this month to set up a structure enabling the club to accomodate the new responsibility, including establishing a separate account from the general treasury.
The club has named Tom Hurley, K1TH, to chair the repeater committee. In addition, Tom Sullivan, K1TJS, has agreed to serve as the repeater trustee, and Bill Ryan, N1DZD will handle technical matters. The committee is presently gathering information about current operations from MARC, before moving on to the next step.