The publication called Westview News has published an article documenting very high exposure to RF-EMR in an apartment complex in the East Village. This is a story about the predicament of Teresa Mazur, who has been suffering from the exposure to exceedingly high levels of microwave radiation, and whose pleas for help have been totally ignored. See the article here:
Hopefully, this article will lead to a clamoring for Teresa and residents with similar symptoms throughout NYC to be heard and for the wireless telecom providers to comply with the Communications Act of 1934 provision on power levels.
47 U.S. Code § 324 – Use of minimum power
In all circumstances, except in case of radio communications or signals relating to vessels in distress, all radio stations, including those owned and operated by the United States, shall use the minimum amount of power necessary to carry out the communication desired. (June 19, 1934, ch. 652, title III, § 324, 48 Stat. 1091.)
Note: wireless antennas are basically radio stations that transmit data over radio frequencies.
Please forward this far and wide. Also, please send a note to the publisher expressing thanks and support for printing such an important article. If you have or know others with typical exposure symptoms such as Teresa has had, please include that in your message. Email it to email@example.com or call 212 924 5718.
Can you believe ConEd is proposing to increase electric bills by 11.2% and gas bills by 18.2%? That’s $20.90 more per month for electricity and $37.88 more per month for gas for the average ConEd customer! The request has triggered a hearing with the New York Public Service Commission (PSC), the state department that is responsible for regulating ConEd and their rates, and so there is an opportunity for the public to air its grievances.
We know that many have already had much higher bills since smart meters have been installed. And in recent weeks, many have received notices claiming a brazen $100 no-access fee, monthly, in addition to the $9.50, monthly, for the privilege of hanging onto one’s analog meter. This would be a great opportunity to call out Con Ed, the largest investor-owned utility in the state, on all its shenanigans, and its profiteering off of poorly conceived capital investments, such as smart meters.
Unfortunately the testimony is due by May 17!
But Assembly Member Mamdani of Astoria has made it easy and is collecting testimony at this link, where he also gives tips and a little bit of history:
We thank the Assembly Member, he has actually been going door to door in Astoria, but he says he is happy to collect testimonies from all New Yorkers.
Here is an important educational piece by Camilla Rees, founder of Manhattan Neighbors for Safer Telecommunications. This is just published in a downtown Manhattan newspaper called Westview News. The article addresses plans to install 4,000 “monopoles” with 5G antennas in NY City. We need to generate widespread awareness and galvanize a groundswell of opposition. The article makes it clear why this is so. Please forward this far and wide. Also, at the bottom of the page you can add a comment. Ideally, expressing appreciation of this coverage and a point or two about why this is a bad idea will be helpful.
Bear in mind, there are already at least 11,600 pole-mounted and street light-mounted antennas throughout the 5 boroughs. Plus there are probably more than double this amount of rooftop mounted antennas which are blasting body-piercing levels of microwave radiation that have already sickened residents, causing sleep disorders, headaches, fatigue, cardiovascular problems, neurological problems, and possibly cancers. We have many personal stories that are heart-wrenching.
We have to ask, is the densified positioning of wireless antennas to enable surveillance on steroids, ending whatever few privacy rights we have left and completing the “total information awareness” plan begun after 9/11? The planning for driverless vehicles is rooted in 5G frequencies. needed for wireless communications for navigation. What happens if the signals get hacked or the power fails?
With effective strategy, utilizing recent court victories and local rulings, and mobilizing as constituents calling for responsible telecommunications policies, we can win this battle IF we make our position known and demand accountability.
See this important article at https://westviewnews.org/2021/12/04/4000-giant-sized-5g-antennas-proposed-for-nyc-opposition-grows/web-admin/.
Please spread the word!
Victory in Ithaca – Dec. 2021
The City of Ithaca has officially established updates to the wireless codes. It will greatly limit redundant cell antennas in the city, which is a big win for health of city residents as well as its environment.
Restrictive new code provisions for the City of Ithaca
- A 1500 foot setback between antennas (old code: 0 feet)
- A 250 foot setback between antennas and homes/schools (old code: 8 feet)
(Note: Although a 1500 foot setback would be better, since schools are in dense residential areas, this provision will achieve a similar result.)
- Requiring proof of a significant gap in service coverage for any antenna, proven by ‘in-kind’ testing (such as drive-by tests and dropped calls)
- Clarifying that an applicant’s claim that it needs the proposed tower for “future capacity” or to “improve coverage” is not sufficient to establish that it suffers from a significant gap in coverage
- Requiring the least intrusive methods to fill any coverage gap for antennas
- Requiring that a visual impact analysis be submitted for any new proposed antennas
- Requiring General Liability Insurance without a pollution exclusion
- Allowing for random, unannounced radiation testing for all towers done by the City at the expense of the applicant
- Including fall-zone requirements that wireless facilities are maintained at a sufficient distance from other structures and the general public
- Allowing for revocability (a clause allowing the voiding of any contract requiring its modification in the event of a regulatory change)
- Mandating certified mail notices of any proposed tower be sent to people living near a proposed site before approval, paid for by the applicant.
- Establishing a procedure for any disabled persons suffering from EHS to submit requests/grievances in accordance with the ADA
- Establishing that the codes apply to all wireless transmitting antennas, including any on private homes (aimed at the OTARD challenge)
- Deputizing any citizen to test for RF emissions
- Protecting against reductions in property values of properties situated near wireless facilities
- Requiring that everything submitted by the applicant is done so under oath and penalty of perjury