SMART METERS: CALIFORNIA CITY AND COUNTY DOCUMENTS: ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS, CORRESPONDENCE

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SMART METERS: CALIFORNIA CITY AND COUNTY DOCUMENTS: ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS, CORRESPONDENCE

City and County Documents including Agendas, Minutes, Video Meeting links, Staff Reports, Proposed and Approved Ordinances, Resolutions, Correspondence, etc.

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15.  City and County Documents
including Agendas, Minutes, Video Meeting links,
Staff Reports, Proposed and Approved Ordinances,
Resolutions, Correspondence, etc.

Here are a list of documents that you can print out and share with fellow residents, consumers, groups, and officials about cities and counties that have most recently taken action to ban or halt the installation of wireless smart meter in their communities, and/or to support Assembly Bill 37 that would allow consumers to opt out:

Humboldt County:

For Agenda, go here, and click February 15, 2011, then go to C (Consent Calendar) Item #2: "Letter to California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in Support of AB 37 (Huffman: Smart Grid Deployment: Smart Meters) (Supervisor Lovelace).  RECOMMENDATION: Authorize Chair to sign letter of support": http://co.humboldt.ca.us/board/agenda/questys/
 
 

    

City of Capitola:

Read: Santa Cruz Sentinel, “Capitola Council passes ordinance banning SmartMeters,” February 11, 2011, found on-line at: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/rss/ci_17356134


City of Capitola:


Mendocino County:

Press-Democrat: “Mendocino County supervisors put SmartMeters on hold,” January 25, 2011: http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20110126/ARTICLES/110129616/1350?Title=Mendocino-supes-put-SmartMeters-on-hold

Ukiah Daily Journal, “Supervisors approve SmartMeter moratorium,” January 26, 2011: http://www.ukiahdailyjournal.com/ci_17201714

Mendocino County Board of Supervisors Related Documents:

Santa Cruz County:

San Jose Mercury News: “Santa Cruz County supervisors approve SmartMeter moratorium,” January 11, 2011: http://www.mercurynews.com/central-coast/ci_17069246?nclick_check=1

Santa Cruz County: Board of Supervisors approves Ordinance 5084 at January 11, 2011 Meeting: http://sccounty01.co.santa-cruz.ca.us/bds/Govstream/BDSvData/non_legacy/Minutes/2011/20110111/PDF/034-1.pdf


Marin County:

KGO-TV ABC News, San Francisco: “1-year Marin Co. SmartMeter moratorium approved Tuesday,” January 04, 2011: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/north_bay&id=7879031

Marin County Board of Supervisor Related Documents for January 4, 2011 Meeting: http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/BS/Archive/Meetings.cfm
(Under “Archived Event,” click “2011” and then the “Minutes” for 1/04/2011, which includes links to downloadable documents, including Staff Report, Approved Ordinance, Letters to Governor Brown, CPUC, FCC, MMD, etc.)


City of Rio Dell:

The Humboldt Beacon: Rio Dell stalls installation of SmartMeters; wastewater rates likely to rise, January 13, 2011: http://www.humboldtbeacon.com/ci_17088392

City of Rio Dell: City Council approves Ordinance 270-211 at January 4, 2011, meeting:


City of Morro Bay (San Luis Obispo County):

The SLO Coast Journal: Morro Bay Joins Growing Movement to Ward Off Health Risks from PG&E Smart Meters, January 2011: http://www.slocoastjournal.com/docs/news.html

City of Morro Bay: City Council approves Resolution 63-10 at December 8, 2011 Special Meeting:

City of Watsonville:

Stop Smart Meters! Blog: “Watsonville Joins Fight Against Smart Meters in a Big Way,” August 11, 2010, http://stopsmartmeters.wordpress.com/2010/08/11/watsonville-joins-fight-against-smart-meters-in-a-big-way/

City of Watsonville:

 

City of Fairfax:

KTVU.COM: “Fairfax Passes Six-Month Ban On Smart Meter Installation,” August 5, 2010: http://www.ktvu.com/news/24533984/detail.html

City of Fairfax: City Council approves Ordinance 752 at August 4, 2010 Meeting:

City of Richmond:

City of Richmond City Council: Resolution No. 68-10, unanimously adopted by the City Council and Mayor of Richmond, CA, June 1, 2010: http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/archives/67/68-10%20Moratorium%20on%20installation%20of%20Smart%20Meters%20-%20CONFORMED.pdf


For Agenda, Minutes, for June 1, 2010 Meeting: http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/index.aspx?NID=151

See page 443 for Agenda Report, Item #I-1, re: Smart Meter moratorium resolution: http://sireweb.ci.richmond.ca.us/sirepub/cache/0/jzsi4255z1oi0amztslkrl55/2236000130201111234660.PDF



San Francisco City Attorney:

The Bay Citizen: “City Attorney Calls for Halt to SmartMeter Installation: San Francisco joins other Bay Area cities in objecting to the devices,” June 17, 2010: http://www.baycitizen.org/technology/story/city-attorney-calls-halt-smartmeter/

Updated info on San Francisco smart meter deployment:
The Examiner: Smart Meters on track for installation in San Francisco, January 3, 2011, http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/2011/01/smart-meters-track-installation-san-francisco#ixzz1EC1MXdv5

Office of the City Attorney:

For other documents and information you can share with your local officials, also check out:

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DISCUSSION OF MAIN CONCERNS: Read these and helpful information about the wireless smart meter issue — click each of the discussion items below. 

1.  First and Foremost: Are Wireless Meters Mandatory?

2.  Smart Meters Unite Consumers, Citizens and Residents from Opposite Backgrounds and Political Affiliations

3.  Actions Being Taken: What Are Consumers Doing To Protect Their Civil Liberties and Affirm Their Rights to Refuse or Opt Out?

4.  Going Deep: Understanding the Big Picture and Real Costs and Concerns, Helpful News Reports and Consumer Advocacy Reports and Analysis

5.  Smart Meter Consumers Anger Grows Over Higher Utility Bills

6.  Privacy and Security Concerns Still Unresolved

7.  Health Concerns Grow: Consumers Are Getting Sick From Wireless Smart Meters

8.  Consumers Report Public Safety Hazards and Interference Problems

9. Cities and States Outside of California Pull Back

10. Resident Campaigns In Other States

11. Options

12. Lessons Learned: What's Happened in Australia

13. Lessons Learned: Major Problems for Canada

14. Actions You Can Take & Other Helpful Organizations and Websites

 
 

 

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