Dear Mayor & City Council Members,
As a resident of your city, I would like to thank you for looking after the health and well-being of your city during this state of emergency.
As you know, there are tens of thousands of peer reviewed scientific studies that link Radiation Frequency (RF) to direct biological damage, cancer and disruption of our immune systems. During this pandemic, it is now, more than ever that we need to start focusing on the health of our immune systems and suspend, postpone and toll the applications of all new or pending small cell wireless telecommunication facilities (WTF) that emit RF.
Please follow the precedent of the City of Simi Valley, CA that has ceased accepting WTF applications for a 90 day period. This city is in compliance with our National State of Emergency and has judged all non-essential activity to be discontinued until further notice. We urge you too to become compliant. Concentrate city resources on essential and life giving services. Approving applications of WTFs are definitely not defined as essential services for our city. Please follow the example of the City of Simi Valley and toll all WTF applications.
Please be informed that despite COVID-19’s limitation on our freedom of movement and freedom of association I am still available via all communication mechanisms. As a resident, I want to be included in the planning of any and all new and upgraded WTF sites. I respectively request your response in writing.
I thank you in advance for your oath of office. Please focus attention on essential city services and cease and desist from the processing and operations of any and all WTF applications, the placement and construction of any new WTFs, the modification of any WTFs that would result in the addition of any antennas and/or in the increase in Effective Radiated Power. This cease and desist would ensure our city is in compliance with Governor Newsom’s executive order N-33-20.
Sincerely, Mandy Jacobs
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Mandy Jacobs is a local activist