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32 Local Govts Now Oppose "Smart" Meters After Health Complaints
Joshua Hart, Director, Stop Smart Meters
On Thursday, the Seaside City Council voted unanimously to outlaw PG&E’s wireless ‘smart’ meter installation within city limits. The city in Monterey County becomes the 30th local government in the state to oppose the wireless meter deployment (WMD). Earlier today, Lake and San Luis Obispo Counties joined the list, calling upon the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to stop installing wireless meters until more is known about short and long term health impacts and potential privacy violations. Lake County is the 10th local government to pass an ordinance specifically criminalizing meter installation.

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