San Francisco recasts its cell phone ‘right to know’ legislation, now before the Board of Supervisors for approval.
Cell phone and cell site regulation and lawsuit developments in San Francisco.
Marin County enacts smart meter moratorium, San Luis Obispo county considers one, and Glendale forges ahead with installations.
New York, San Francisco consider cell site regulations; LA neighborhood protests 52 ft. tower; Glendale ordinance discourages residential installations.
San Francisco’s radiation labeling law for cell phones causes wireless convention fallout; Kucinich proposes federal labeling legislation.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors becomes first government body to set cell phone radiation labeling rules for retailers.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors delays cell phone radiation labeling vote by one week, as members cite intense lobbying effort.
San Francisco Public Safety Committee forwards to Board of Supervisors a resolution calling on EPA, FCC, and Congress to study health impacts of wireless facilities, joining Glendale, California and other municipalities who have sent in resolutions on this subject.
San Francisco Commission on the Environment approves cell phone safety warning measures, and forwards resolution calling for federal, state and local action to Board of Supervisors.
LA County to consider new wireless ordinance, per proposal by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.