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4G At What Price?
Date Thursday April 19
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Davenport Resource Center, 150 Church St. Davenport
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorJosh Hart
Alert! Big Basin and North Coast under threat

NextG Networks- for Verizon wireless- plans to construct 7 new cell antennas along swanton road and highway 1 between Santa Cruz and Waddell Beach including one within yards of Big Basin’s Waddell Creek wetlands, home to at-risk species, including the red legged frog, california newts, steelhead salmon, and many others.

Community meeting
7pm thursday april 19th
At davenport resource ctr 150 church street, davenport ca 95017
Talk by joshua hart, local resident and director of stop smart meters!

• radiation from cell towers has been linked to increased mortality of many plant and animal species, like bees, frogs, trees, and humans.

• wireless radiation from cell antennas, wi-fi, cell phones and “smart” meters has been categorized by the world health organization as a class 2b carcinogen, in the same category as ddt and engine exhaust.

• Israel has now mandated cancer warning labels on all cell phones

Find out more about what nextg’s proposed development means for your health, the environment, and the beauty of the north coast. Learn about the dark side of the wireless industry, and how to protect yourself.

Existing structures at the seven proposed cell sites are mock ups and are not active. The ca coastal commission makes the final decision.

Contact the ca coastal commission to oppose the project,
By phone or postal mail – at 831 427 4863 or coastal.ca.gov

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Added to the calendar on Monday Apr 16th, 2012 11:12 PM
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