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OREGON GROUPS WITHIN PACIFIC POWER AREA

STOP SMART METERS OREGON Dangers and other Microwave Transmitting Technology

Website: https://stopsmartmetersoregon.com/

Jackson County  including Medford, Jacksonville, Talent, Phoenix, Ashland outskirts

Freedom to Say No to Smart Meters

http://www.freedom2sayno2smartmeters.org

Email: freedom2sayno2smartmeters@gmail.com

 Josephine County and Grants Pass Area Contact:    

Billene Spillens  billenespellins5023@comcast.net

Phone: (541) 295-8546 Portland Area and Beyond

Wireless Education Action Portland Area and Beyond:

http://www.wirelesseducationaction.org/

Email: info@wirelesseducationaction.org

Contact Phone: 503-477-9891

OREGON MUNICIPALITY AREAS WHICH HAVE THEIR OWN UTILITIES

Jackson County area (City of Ashland utility, Bonneville Distributor) for Cell Tower and Smart meter issues)

Safe Radiation for Jackson County (http://www.saferadiation4jacksoncounty.org

Contact on the website

Bandon Area (in Bandon Electric municipality, Bonneville Power Distributor)  

Contact: John Costa ((541) 347-9361      

Eugene area (EWEB Utility, municipality)

Families for Safe Meters

http://familiesforsafemeters.org/

email through the website or contact:

Abraham Likwornik snapshot.wizard@gmail.com

OTHER

Oregon and Washington

Safe Utility Meters Alliance Northwest (SUMA—NW) (Seattle Light area, Washington and Oregon is included)

http://www.safemeters.org

Email: info@safemeters.org

Contact phone: (206) 926-9600


This is from Joshua Hart , who will be visiting Eugene in September 2016, see Events.
Also check what is under the “Science” tab please while you are there.


We are the Evidence website from Dafna Tachover Esquire, MBA She is from Israel and New York.


EMF Safety Network


American Academy of Environmental Medicine

Micorwave News


VIDEOS


Dr. Paul Darts’s Videos – see two 30 minute videos of Paul Dart, M.D., presentation to Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) 7.23.13; Dr. Dart and a team of medical doctors with the assistance of an engineering consultant also presented a 70 page report to EWEB early June, 2013, available online.


The second video shows cell phone tower studies around the world and is especially worth watching.


Also see on this site video of testimonies of EWEB ratepayer-owners Oct. 1, 2013 when EWEB Board passed the first in the nation OPT-IN rather than an OPT-OUT decision for smart meters.


Note, EWEB reversed it’s policy on Feb. 6, 2018 switching to an automatic OPT-IN , which includes removing of all analog meters in the next eight years and replacing them with digital smart meters. The digital smart meters will automatically be set to OPT-IN unless you tell them.JUST TELL THEM YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR ANALOG METER REMOVED!!