By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.Com

Not satisfied with the Federal Communications Commission’s response to his complaint against WTIC-AM radio attorney Ken Krayeske will file an appeal Monday. Krayeske, an attorney and blogger, called the FCC’s response “flippant” and said he doesn’t feel like the agency, which regulates the airwaves, took his first complaint seriously so he’s going to file an appeal.

Krayeske alleged WTIC-AM’s afternoon host, former Gov. John G. Rowland, violated the terms of the station’s FCC license when he failed to disclose his volunteer work for Lisa Wilson-Foley’s campaign and his paid consulting work for her husband’s nursing home chain.

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FCC Appeal 2012-06-25