Further cooperation with and education of local/municipal government
With regards to wireless informational and preemption issues, such as RF concerns, towers, roles of amateurs, towns are more likely to learn the hard way fighting with cell phone companies, tower operators, amateurs, because they don't understand why such issues are FCC rather than local. Nobody wins but the lawyers defending towns and infrastructure owners. Info sharing among the same parties could produce more effective and locally tailored communications regarding things that affect local consumers, such as TV changes, broadband coverage data verification and broadband opportunities, cellular coverage improvement, and other local issues that are federally monitored or managed. Working with (providing the money and delegating to) state government on broadband improvement might make broadband stimulus more accountable and have more focused results than is possible with the current ARRA FCC/NTIA system. "Might" is the key word, depending on how it's done.