Cell Towers and City Ordinances Physicians for Safe Technology
The most significant and comprehensive need-to-know facts to oppose/regulate wireless towers in your community.
Everything you and your city need to know about what options still remain to protect residents and push-back on Telecom/FCC aggression.
Includes everything you will need: legislation, laws and legal actions, protective ordinances and actions by communities, “The Science” and so much more – clearly explained with hyperlinks to the original documents.
Please share widely with city councils, planning commissions, government officials, the public, facebook groups, twitter feeds etc.
And from Environmental Health Trust:
Peer Reviewed Published Science On Radiation From 4G/5G “Small” Cell Wireless Antennas
EHT was just asked, ” What published research shows the low radiation levels from cell antennas could be harmful?” EHT decided to summarize a short list of studies and share our answer with the public.
Hopefully, we can reclaim our democracies without having to resort to the following:
The people of Chatsworth, South Africa were ready to camp out by the tower until it was removed…AND IT WAS REMOVED!! The world’s watching and supporting your steadfast resolve, Chatsworth. Thank you for leading the way.
“After the residents objected strongly to the construction of the tower and threatened to camp at the site where the mast was erected until it is taken down, all workers and equipment were removed from the school.”
“Residents braved the inclement weather and sacrificed their day off from work, to take a stand and show that they are committed and mean business.”
“Finally, the principal instructed the contactor to stop work and to bring down the mast. The message from parents to the principal was very clear: that they will not leave until the mast comes down. Preparations for parents to camp overnight were well on the way. Residents united and in a show of strength, have exercised their democratic right on Human Rights Day and have sent a very strong message that the school belongs to the community and they need to be consulted on matters that affect them,”