Public Health


U.S. Interior Dept Says Cell Tower Emissions Could Impact Birds – Calls for Environmental Review

Impacts from non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation emitted by communication towers could be significant for birds, notes the U.S. Department of the Interior comment letter (a response to this Federal Register Notice). The attachment to the letter cites international studies of tower radiation on migratory nesting birds, saying: “results have documented nest […]


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Glendale Opposition to Cell Towers: Five Years Later, An International Research Study! 1

Objecting to a cell site about to be installed in front of a home, five years ago today more than 100 people petitioned Glendale City Council for better zoning protection. In April 2010, after a cell site moratorium, various official hearings and two sets of public meetings, city council enacted a new wireless ordinance that provided greater notices and protections for residential areas of Glendale.[…]


Wi-Fi in Schools and the FCC (Newly Revisited) Guidelines 1

A parent objecting to wi-fi installed at Mountain Avenue Elementary addressed the Glendale Unified School District board last week. As the Glendale News-Press reported, it was on the same night “school officials announced plans to boost bandwidth at all the district’s schools by the end of November to improve wireless […]

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