Category Archives: Sacramento

California’s AB 57- Gift to Wireless Industry- on Gov’s Desk

From Katie Singer’s Electronic Silent Spring comes this timely alert: California Assembly Bill 57 would further limit the authority that municipalities currently have to prevent the installation of new cell towers or additions to existing towers. Designed to speed up … Continue reading

Posted in California, Environmental Concerns, health effects, Sacramento | 3 Comments

SMUD Struggles to Remain in Denial

At their last meeting on August 20, the Directors of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) struggled to stamp out and suppress any mention of smart meter injuries.  And ironically, in attempting to do so,  the meeting ended up being dominated … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, FCC, health effects, Health studies, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, Police, radio-frequency radiation, Sacramento, Safety | 8 Comments

The Joy (and Importance) of Public Outreach

As time goes on, grassroots efforts to educate the public on the truth about “smart” meters are gaining momentum.  The spring and summer are a great season for outdoor events.  Why not set up a table or bring some flyers … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cancer, Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, neighborhood organizing, Sacramento, Santa Cruz County | 1 Comment

‘Old Ironsides’ Provides a Secure Analog Meter Defense

Forcible installations have led to an incredible array of defensive structures being built around analog meters to protect homes from the “smart” scourge.  We received the above photo of analog protection dubbed “Old Ironsides” from Eric Windheim, Director of Sacramento … Continue reading

Posted in Canada, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Installer Threats and Assaults, neighborhood organizing, Quebec, Sacramento, Smart Grid | 2 Comments

Sacramento Smart Meter Awareness Finally Wins the Official Right to an Analog (After much Blood, Sweat, and Tears)

Eleven months of hard labor paid off in March as the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (or SMUD aka SMUG) bowed to public pressure and officially allowed customers to use an analog meter. SMUD customers call SMUD at (916) 732 7281 … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Democracy, health effects, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation, Sacramento | 24 Comments