Steps you can take to stop 5G & Wireless Smart Meters


Here is a map showing the 100 5G small cell towers going up in Eugene. Note they are every 6 blocks , north, south, east and west

Note for a more interactive map see our facebook page Better 5G Cell Map on Facebook Note, here you can actually see the names of the streets and intersections. Here to the left is a map showing the 100 5G small cell towers going up in Eugene. Note they are every 6 blocks , north, south, east and west.

Come to next City Council open meeting on Monday Feb. 11th 2019 and let them know you do not want this! If you want to publicly testify be there before 7 PM. You can come at 5:30 if you want to see the work session.

The City Council also holds public work sessions at 5:30 pm on meeting days as well as most Wednesdays at noon. During work sessions, City staff present on a topic that councilors then discuss. Public hearings — an opportunity for the community to speak about a specific issue prior to the Council taking any legal action — typically occur on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 pm. The meetings are in Harris Hall at 125 E. 8th Street.

Eugene Residents can SIGN THE PETITION AT FRIENDSOFAMAZONCREEK.ORG

Sign Arthur Firstenberg’s international petition

Tell officials to STOP 5G & Smart Meters Now.

CONTACT YOUR FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES:

Rep. Peter DeFazio…(541) 465-6732, (800) 944-9603 here.
Senator Jeff Merkley… here.
Senator Ron Wyden…(503) 326-7525 here.

CONTACT YOUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES:

EWEB publicly owned utility in Eugene
EWEB Board of Commissioners Email: mayorcouncilandcitymanager@ci.eugene.or.us
commissioners@EWEB.org
Mayor and city council of Eugene

Visit this web site Oregons for Safer Technology. Please also check our websites listed under the resource tab.

Lastly you are invited to our weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 5 PM listed under events.