1) WINNIPEGGERS – CALL TO ACTION
Please contact the City of Winnipeg’s Clerk’s office to register to delegate to the Innovation and Economic Development (IED) Committee on Tuesday, September 28th. The IED Committee will be receiving a Winnipeg Public Service Recommendation ending public engagement on small cell technology (= 4G/5G cell antennas outside our homes).
According to a City of Winnipeg report, there will be at least 3,700 antennas throughout Winnipeg and perhaps more than 7,000 – one antenna every half-block. It looks as though the residents will have no further say – including no revision of the Winnipeg Antennas Siting Policy nor the Encroachment By-law which gives total control to Manitoba Hydro of what goes on lampposts and hydro poles (including those in people’s back lanes).
Please visit the City of Winnipeg website:
and/or for more information, contact Marg Friesen by sending an email to her at:
Marg Friesen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2) RESPONDING TO PROPOSED REMOVAL OF LANDLINES
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There is so much that we can use, modify, and learn from in the full text of the suggestions previously made by Nina Beety regarding this item in yesterday’s Update:
APPLICATION “TO DISCONTINUE AT&T RESIDENTIAL LOCAL SERVICE IN CALIFORNIA”
This happens, or will happen, in more places than California.
Here are Instructions on how to file comments for WC Docket No. 21-296.
Here is the direct link to express filings:
This other link to standard comments lets you upload documents to include with your comment:
for Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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