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An Open Letter to The Thousand Oaks Council on City’s Well-being

An Open Letter to The Thousand Oaks Council on City’s Well-being

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, […]

House Passes Three Bills To Advance 5G and Cyber Security in US

House Passes Three Bills To Advance 5G and Cyber Security in US

BY MASOOMA HAQ A package of bills designed to give the United States an advantage over China in the race to employ 5G, the fastest wireless networks available, were passed by the House on Wednesday. There was almost unanimous support from representatives for the three bipartisan bills, which would channel federal resources into projects that ensure international […]

City of Simi Valley Sued to Stop 5G

City of Simi Valley Sued to Stop 5G

    By Judy Bruce On November 7, 2019 four plaintiffs served the City of Simi Valley with a Writ of Mandamus by invoking Constitutional Law..   They are exercising their First Amendment Rights by addressing grievances regarding the policies that expose the people  to Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR).   They used a Writ of Mandamus which can be State or […]

City Council green lights apartment and hotel complex

City Council green lights apartment and hotel complex

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council approved by a 5-0 vote the allocation of a General Plan Amendment for a 210 residential two-story apartment complex (36 studio units, 95 one-bedroom units, and 79 two-bedroom units; with 26 of the units affordable housing) and a 120-room three story hotel on 1872 Newbury Road (southeast of […]

Health Issues and 5G

Health Issues and 5G

    By Judy Bruce Background: On April 8, 2019 I, Judy Bruce, a resident of Simi Valley, was interviewed by KCET for their so called “ investigating-reporting” show.   The topic was “5G”.   Their show, “SoCal Connected”, is touted as KCET’s weekly award winning, primetime news magazine offering viewers in-depth stories on the environment, […]

No American Company Can Produce 5G Tech. We’d Better Fix That, Fast

No American Company Can Produce 5G Tech. We’d Better Fix That, Fast

JAMES P. PINKERTON FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR   In journalistic parlance, a “buried lede” is a news item that should be of primary importance, but somehow is made secondary. And so on September 10, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman buried the lede. Friedman’s topic was a puffy interview with Ren Zhengfei, the founder and CEO of Huawei, the […]

Thousand Oaks | The 5G/4G Rollout has begun

Thousand Oaks | The 5G/4G Rollout has begun

Ventura County Issues Reform was started when a group of residents was squeezed into making a change. We saw the way our county was going. We were tired of feeling helpless and needed to act. We have been active in many issues but the immediate Wireless roll out of 9000 Small Cell facilities in Thousand […]

Communities Are Fighting 5G, Permit by Permit

Communities Are Fighting 5G, Permit by Permit

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The Simi Valley City Council had a lot of upset residents when the issue of 5G came up.  Folks wanted the city to control the placement, if at all.  Many wanted Simi to ban 5G totally.  The City Attorney was clear—this issue has been taken over […]

Thousand Oaks | Passionate Protest of 5G – Council authorizes $10,000 seed money for local homeless agency

Thousand Oaks | Passionate Protest of 5G – Council authorizes $10,000 seed money for local homeless agency

By Michael Hernandez Thousand Oaks residents show up at City Council to passionately protest 5G THOUSAND OAKS—City Council members heard more than one hour of testimony from residents passionately protesting the installation of 5G towers in the city (17 opposing and only one; a Moorpark Community College student in favor).  Residents complained about potential harm […]

Santa Paula: Preparing for 5G Wireless

Santa Paula: Preparing for 5G Wireless

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 11 on the April 17, 2019 Santa Paula City Council was a new ordinance to allow 5G wireless towers on the public right-of-way. Typically, the wireless equipment has been on private property, such as the new tower disguised as a cross on the church located at Steckel Road and Harvard Boulevard, […]