California: Three City Councils in Marin County Vote to Stop Installing Harmful 5G Towers! 

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Mill Valley, California, a wealthy city just north of San Francisco, voted unanimously to effectively halt the installation of new small cell towers which carry the 5G technology.  The city issued an “urgency ordinance” that allows it to enact regulations and prohibitions for all future applications to build 5G telecommunications equipment in the city.  The city received 145 pieces of correspondence from citizens voicing opposition to the technology, which represents more than 1% of the population of 14,000 people.  Two more cities, San Anselmo, and Ross, also in Marin County, passed similar ordinances.

Tom Wheeler, the former head of the FCC, gave the go-ahead to have new antennas placed on nearly every telephone pole that will generate strong, pulsed ultra-high frequency radio waves that are much more dangerous to human health than our present technology.  In addition, the wireless devices that connect to 5G emit EMF (electromagnetic frequency waves) and can cause infertility, cancer and other diseases.

As 5G technology begins to roll out across the country, it is being met by a massive wave of resistance over concerns that it can cause health problems. One city in California—reacting to an overwhelming outpouring of concern—has taken an extreme step and blocked the technology from being implemented.

This week, the city of Mill Valley, CA, a wealthy city just north of San Francisco, voted unanimously to effectively halt the installation of new small cell towers which carry the 5G technology.

The city enacted an “urgency ordinance” after it received over a hundred letters from concerned citizens expressing their worries over the new 5G towers.

As Tech Crunch reports:

Through an urgency ordinance, which allows the city council to immediately enact regulations that affect the health and safety of the community, the restrictions and prohibitions will be put into force immediately for all future applications to site 5G telecommunications equipment in the city. Applications for commercial districts are permitted under the passed ordinance.

The ordinance was driven by community concerns over the health effects of 5G wireless antennas. According to the city, it received 145 pieces of correspondence from citizens voicing opposition to the technology, compared to just five letters in support of it — a ratio of 29 to 1. While that may not sound like much, the city’s population is roughly 14,000, indicating that about 1% of the population had voiced an opinion on the matter.

Mill Valley residents cited multiple studies which claim that experts have found evidence that cell phone radiation can cause cancer.

The town of 14,000 now joins several other towns who’ve blocked the installation of 5G over health concerns. Before Mill Valley blocked 5G, other municipalities in California, such as Marin County and San Anselmo, passed similar ordinances.

Similar movements to block 5G have taken place across the country as well.

“The cell towers are called small cell towers, but they are not so small when they are in your front yard,” said Donna Baron, a resident of Montgomery County, Maryland who is actively protesting the installation of 5G in her town.

“This will cause cancer,” she said.

Concerns over cell phone radiation are nothing new. It is a fact that cell phones emit radiation. It is also a fact that this radiation can be absorbed by the human body from prolonged exposure.

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What makes 5G more intimidating and poses more health risks is that 5G achieves its super-fast streaming speeds and infinite data capabilities by tapping into a never-before used bandwidth called the millimeter wave (MMW) which is a pulsed radio wave of extremely high frequencies of 30 GHz and 300 GHz (as well as utilizing some mid-range and lower frequencies).

5G will reduce download times to mere nanoseconds– 10 gigabits per second, at an estimate, which is some 50 to 100 times faster than our current 4G speeds.

Plus, 5G will also require a crazy new amount of EMF-emitting wireless transmission towers, practically one on every telephone pole, because MMWs cannot travel as far or as effectively as 4G waves nor do they travel well through solid objects, poor weather conditions, buildings, houses, stadiums—any kind of interference.

What this means is that this new technology will require thousands, in fact, millions more transmitters– of all kinds—more routers in our homes and small smoke-detector sized transmitters on telephone poles spaced about every 150 to 200 feet on up to every street, highway, and rural route around the world.

Desiree Jaworski, executive director of the Center for Safer Wireless, explains, “5G signals will be harder for people to avoid. Right now, you don’t have to live next to a cell tower. If you’re concerned about it, you can move away. But once they have these cell antennas everywhere, you won’t be able to do that.”

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[…] Posted November 19, 2018 Mill Valley, California, a wealthy city just north of San Francisco, voted unanimously to effectively halt the installation of new small cell towers which carry the 5G technology.  The city issued an “urgency ordinance” that allows it to enact regulations and prohibitions for all future applications to build 5G telecommunications equipment in the city.  The city received 145 pieces of correspondence from citizens voicing opposition to the technology, which represents more than 1% of the population of 14,000 people.  Two more cities, San Anselmo, and Ross, also in Marin County, passed similar ordinances.  Read more.… Read more »