A de novo trial has been scheduled for June 29th at 10am in Quincy, CA in the Hart v. PSREC dispute.
In the first round, Plumas County Superior Court Judge Janet Hilde ruled that PSREC was violating CA Public Utility code 453(b) by charging us more for an analog meter. PSREC has appealed that verdict.
Thanks to your support and donations, we have been able to hire Michael Jackson of Quincy, CA, a successful environmental attorney, to represent us.
The hearing is open to the public and people are encouraged to attend and demonstrate support for the Hart family whose electric service was illegally and unnecessarily disconnected on Feb. 19th, 2014, causing hardship.
Please donate to help offset our legal costs. We need to be prepared to continue to defend our own rights and those of everyone else hurt by the madness of smart meters and other wireless technologies. Thank you.
Monday June 29th at 10am
Dept. 1, Plumas Superior Court
520 Main St. Quincy, CA 95971
We will continue to report on this case on StopSmartMeters.org