Category Archives: San Francisco

California Alert: Tell the CPUC and FCC – ‘Smart’ Kills!

   NOTE REVISED INFO ON WHEELER BAY AREA VISIT – Mtn. View and Oakland Events/ Protests listed below (as of 12/30) What do these two grumpy old men have in common?   Unfortunately they are in positions of power within … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, FCC, Federal Government, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, San Francisco, SCE, Smart Grid | 7 Comments

End of Year Appeal: Please Donate to Stop Smart Meters!

I never look forward to doing this.   I’d rather be on the ground, stopping smart meters and standing up for our privacy, safety, and health.  But the reality is that campaigning has costs.  Our opponents are funded to the tune … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, FCC, Fundraising, neighborhood organizing, Privacy, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, San Francisco, Smart Grid | Comments Off on End of Year Appeal: Please Donate to Stop Smart Meters!

Look Up! Look Out! DAS Blanketing Urban Areas

Posted in California, health effects, radio-frequency radiation, San Francisco | 3 Comments

Bait and Switch: PG&E Breaking Deal to Return Analog Meters

PG&E advertises that people can ‘opt out’ and get an analog meter- indeed they are required to offer this option by the CPUC.  The reality- as Patrick from San Francisco discovered, is not that simple. In Sacramento, after SMUD relented … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, PG&E, radio-frequency radiation, San Francisco | 6 Comments

Hold the CPUC at Their Word: No More Utility Abuse

Speak Up!  Oppose Smart Meters and Extortionate “Opt-Out” Fees at the CPUC on Thursday April 18th 9:30 am We need to continue to tell the CPUC that smart meters and their mesh network are unacceptable and should be recalled! Come … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Installer Threats and Assaults, Privacy, San Francisco | 1 Comment