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September 13, 2017

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HMB

Whatever happened to common sense?

resident

It got radiated by people's cell phones.

Jennifer

One more thing to watch out for...protruding cell "junk" emitting potentially hazardous radiation on the sidewalks, and other public property (school grounds?) --With 110 cities opposing, the California State Senate passed SB.649 Wednesday, a highly contentious Bill.

The Bill will enable placement of powerful microwave radiation antennas called ‘small cells’ on utility poles, street lamps, traffic lights and street signs throughout California neighborhoods as well as refrigerator-sized “associated power equipment” on sidewalks. Please call (or contact) the governor today to voice opposition. Governor Jerry Brown - Phone Number: (916) 445-2841, Governor Jerry Brown - Fax Number: (916) 558-3160, E-mail governor@governor.ca.gov and jerry.brown@gov.ca

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