Last week, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau released an Order that adopted a Consent Decree resolving an investigation into whether Johnson Towers Corporation failed to install lights on two antenna structures and update registration information reflecting the dismantlement of a third tower.  The company admitted it violated the FCC’s antenna structure registration rules and agreed to pay a modest fine of $3,000, but it also agreed to pay an additional $231,000 civil penalty “if the Commission finds that it failed to comply with the antenna structure rules during the next three years or misled the Commission regarding its current financial status.”