How to #Stop5G Small Cell Towers Being Installed in Residential Yards Throughout Your Community!

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Guide How to #Stop5G Small Cell Towers Being Installed in Residential Yards Throughout Your Community

By B.N. Frank

The EMF Safety Network recently posted a very helpful guide for anyone NOT wanting 5G small cell towers being installed in their neighborhoods and communities.

Why should you care? These “small cell” towers may be installed in front of homes every couple hundred feet in residential neighborhoods and everywhere else.

There has been a lot of controversy reported about 5G already:

The industry vision for 5G is to enable the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Communities, driverless cars (and more), where roads and appliances (even baby diapers!) are embedded with wireless radiation transmitters that connect to cell phones, (utility) smart meters and the internet.

Dr. Oz, various media outlets including U.S. broadcast stations have already been covering cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation exposure concerns from these towers and more.

5G and IoT may sound super cool if you aren’t concerned about health risks, small cell towers reducing your property value, or being hacked. IoT already has an almost 75% failure rate. Security experts’ warnings waver between hilarious and scary as hell.

Some states have already passed laws forcing these towers onto communities. However, where people are fighting, installations are being denied or delayed.

5G uses a combination of microwave radiation and millimeter wave radiation. Peer-reviewed published science has already confirmed that exposure to it as well as other sources of Electrical Pollution (Electrosmog) can cause health problems including:

Children, the disabled, and the elderly are more vulnerable to exposure. Pets, nature, and wildlife are vulnerable, too.

Suggestions for stopping cell towers from being installed include:

  1. Contacting your planning or permit department about applications for “small cell” towers. (Because there has been so much controversy already, some may deny small cell towers are being used for 5G.)
  2. Educating your community about EMF/wireless radiation health risks.
  3. Speaking at municipal government meetings.
  4. Sharing articles on social media and online bulletin boards such as “How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe.” and “How Big Wireless War-Gamed the Science on Risks, While Making Customers Addicted to Their Phones.”
  5. When there is a cell tower application pending, send a letter by mail and email to the decision makers and go to the public meetings and oppose it. Encourage others to do the same.
  6. Ask your municipal government to hire an independent RF specialist to prove these towers are necessary to fill a “coverage gap.”
  7. Create a flyer to circulate to let people know what’s happening and where to complain.

Other suggestions include:

    1. Circulate a petition.
    2. Send information and “letters to the editor” to local media outlets.
    3. Go to farmers’ markets and other community events to hand out flyers.
    4. Make posters ask shop owners to put display them.

It’s also very important to oppose 5G at the federal level because legislation is being discussed there as well.

Although the EMF Safety Network guide was written for stopping 5G small cell towers, it may be used to oppose other cell towers and wireless infrastructure as well. Current guidelines and legislation have made it impossible for municipalities to deny an application based on biological and environmental risks for 20+ years already. Telecom companies, business owners, elected officials, government agencies, and scientists-for-hire have been using this to avoid applying The Precautionary Principle to new technology.

More resources provided by The EMF Safety Network include:

  1. Letter to Sebastopol, CA
  2. Peer reviewed published studies proving harm to trees, birds, bees and insects
  3. European Union 5G Appeal.
  4. International Society of Doctors for Environment 5G Appeal

If you still think 5G and IoT sounds super cool and you don’t mind profuse sweating, Samsung will be selling a 5G router very soon.

For more information, contact the following websites:

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If any third party objects to the release of the documents requested, [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light should inform me so that we can agree on reasonable grounds for exclusion.
Therefore, please respond to the following requests for disclosure of public records:

01. Send me any items that list and describe the types of advanced meters that [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light is installing, for ordinary residences, for medium usage customers, and for high usage customers.

02. Send me any items which discuss the number of electric customers of [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light.

03. Send any items which list the utility districts outside the [insert YOUR CITY name here] city limits will receive so-called advanced meters from [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light.

04. Send me any items that discuss the varistor in advanced meters and in electronic meters. Include any items which discuss the maximum voltage levels which they protect against.

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06. Send me any items pertaining to the qualifications of the installers of said advanced meters and whether they are certified electricians.

07. Send me any items that pertain to surge protection in advanced meters and in electronic meters other than advanced meters.

08. Send me any items that pertain to grounding or the lack thereof in advanced meters and electronic meters other than advanced meters.

09. Send me any items pertaining surge protection in analog meters.

10. Send me any items pertaining to grounding in analog meters.

11. Send any items that address the potential for said advanced meters to catch fire.

12. Send any items that address the potential for electronic meters other than advanced meters to catch fire.

13. Send any items that address the policy of [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light to remove or not to remove said advanced meters immediately after they have caught fire and to make them available or not make them available for inspection by insurance investigators and the fire department.

14. Send me any items that address the differences between those advanced meters which communicate and those advanced meters which do not communicate.

15. Send me any items that address whether advanced meters which communicate and those advanced meters which do not communicate are of the same design, with the communicating function either enabled or disabled.

16. Send me any items that address whether the communication function on advanced meters can be turned on or off remotely by [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light or its agents

17. Send me any items that address whether the communicating function in advanced meters may be turned on or off by physically toggling a certain switch on said meters.

18. Send me any items which address whether the communication function may be turned on or off by replacing a communicating advanced meter with a non-communicating advanced meter.

19. Send me any items that address how frequently advanced meters that have a communicating function collect information on electrical usage.

20. Send me any items that address how frequently advanced meters that have a communicating function report electrical usage.

21. Send me any items that discuss how customers will know if their advanced meter has been changed from non-communicating mode to communicating mode.

22. Send me any items which discuss whether advanced meters with a communicating function contain a remote disconnect.

23. Send me any items which discuss whether advanced meters which are non-communicating contain a remote disconnect.

24. Whereas the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution says
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated …”,
And whereas Article 1, Section 7 of the Washington States Constitution says:
“No person shall be disturbed in his private affairs, or his home invaded, without authority of law”,
send me any items pertaining to whether the surveillance and broadcasting aspect of said advanced meters violate customers’ rights to privacy under the foregoing constitutional provisions.

25. Send me any items that allow, authorize, or bar public or private utilities or their agents to sell information that they collect through the surveillance and broadcasting features of advanced meters.

26. Send me any items pertaining to whether said advanced meters are subject to being hacked.

27. Send any items pertaining to whether any increased potential for advanced meters to be hacked violates consumers’ rights to privacy.

28. Send any items pertaining to whether exposing consumers to the increased likelihood of being hacked is negligence on the part of [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light.

29. Send any items pertaining to the external socket on advanced meters, into which an optical probe can be inserted.

30. Send me any items which address whether a person plugging into said external socket with an optical probe can access said meter, and/or the entire mesh network, and/or the entire electrical system.

31. Send me any items that pertain to advanced meter opt out policies.

32. Send me any items that pertain to how much is charged for initial opt-out fees for each class of customer.
33. Send me any items that pertain to how much is charged for continuing monthly opt-out fees for each class of customer.

34. Send me any items that address opt out policy regarding apartments with more than four units, schools, businesses, hospitals, and homes with net metered solar roofs.

35. Send me any items that address why owners and/or residents in apartments with more than four units, schools, businesses, hospitals, and homes with net metered solar roofs are not allowed to opt out of receiving an advanced meter.

36. Send me any items that address whether leaving present analog meters in place will incur any up-front cost.

37. Send me any items that address how much up front cost is incurred when analog meters are left in place.

38. Send any items that address whether a person who opts out of receiving a new communicating advanced meter is required to accept a new non-communicating advanced meter or will be allowed to keep his or her existing analog meter or receive a new or reconditioned analog meter.

39. Send any items that address why a person who opts out of receiving a new communicating advanced meter is required to accept a new non-communicating advanced meter instead of being allowed to keep his or her existing analog meter or receive a new or reconditioned analog meter.

40. Send me any items that discuss whether so-called advanced meters and electronic meters increase total electrical usage over analog meters.

41. Send any items that discuss the number of meter readers currently employed by [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light.

42. Send any items that discuss how much money [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light will save on its cost for meter readers by installing advanced meters.

43. Send me any items that address how much electricity advanced meters that have the communicating function engaged consume as they operate.

44. Send me any items that address how much electricity advanced meters that have the communicating function disengaged consume as they operate.

45. Send me any items that address how much electricity analog electromechanical meters consume as they measure usage.

46. Send me any items that pertain to the purchase cost to [insert YOUR CITY name here] City Light of advanced meters currently being installed for all classes of electricity users.

47. Send me any items that pertain to the cost of new and refurbished analog electro-mechanical meters.

48. Send me any items that address the availability of new and refurbished analog meters.

49. Send me any items that show the cost of the AMI mesh network including relays, computers, and the cost of installation.

50. Send me any items that address the expected useful life of analog electro-mechanical meters.

51. Send me any items that address the expected useful life of advanced meters.

52. Send me any items that address whether the communicating function of said smart meters will increase electric bills and by how much.

53. Send me any items that address whether the broadcasting and surveillance features of so-called advanced meters and the right of the public utility to collect and/or resell private data were “originally contemplated” when electric utility easements in [insert YOUR CITY name here] were created.

54. Send me any items that address whether the additional costs for electrical usage that said advanced meters will impose for their broadcasting and surveillance features were “originally contemplated” when electric utility easements were created.

55. Send me any items that address whether meters which would have to be replaced every five to seven years instead of every 40 years were “originally contemplated” when electric utility easements were created.

56. In light of the fact that part of utility companies’ justification for installing advanced meters is to reduce the number of meter readers and save money on their salaries, Send me any items pertaining to why advanced meters report and relay information minute by minute and even every few seconds instead of once each billing cycle.. Send me any items that show whether analog meters meet the accuracy requirements of WAC 480-100-338. Please included actual test results.

58. Send me any items that show whether so-called advanced meters meet the accuracy requirements of WAC 480-100-338. Please included actual test results.

59. Send me any items that discuss whether analog meters comply with the National Electrical Code Article 240.4.

60. Send me any items that discuss whether so-called advanced meters and electronic meters comply with the National Electrical Code Article 240.4.

61. Send me any items that discuss whether so-called advanced meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 92D.

62. Send me any items that discuss whether electronic meters other than advanced meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 92D.

63. Send me any items that discuss whether analog meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 92D.

64. Send me any items that discuss whether analog meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 215B.

65. Send me any items that discuss whether advanced meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 215B.

66. Send me any items that discuss whether electronic meters other than advanced meters comply with the National Electrical Safety Code section 215B.

67. Send me any items pertaining to electro-sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation

68. Send me any items pertaining to the portion of the population that is electro-sensitive.

69. Send me any items pertaining to the effects of said advanced meters on those who are electro-sensitive.

70. Send me any items pertaining to adverse effects of so-called advanced meters on eyes in exacerbating cataracts.

71. Send me any items pertaining to adverse effects of advanced meters on birds and insects.

72. Send me any items pertaining to current, future, or possible implementation of 5G cellular technology and 5G broadcasting technology in [insert YOUR CITY name here].

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