by Gavin Newsom Penguin Press, 2013 249 pages with index, Hardcover $25.95 Ebook formats also available In his book Citizenville, California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom posits that making data governments collect widely available can improve civic life and bolster citizen engagement. Getting past bureaucratic impediments (or defensiveness) is a huge […]
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote at its Tuesday, May 7 meeting on invalidating the municipality’s pioneering cell phone right-to-know ordinance as part of the settlement of a lawsuit filed by the wireless industry’s lobbying powerhouse CTIA (Consent Agenda Item 8). The settlement includes a waiver […]
Sunroom Desk, Glendale, California marks three years of online publishing.
FCC seeks public right-of-way for wireless sites; municipal organizations object; Glendale wireless ordinance has public right-of-way restrictions.
Reports on wireless siting policy battles in Los Angeles and San Francisco; coalition calls for change in FCC wireless exposure guidelines.
San Francisco recasts its cell phone ‘right to know’ legislation, now before the Board of Supervisors for approval.
Cell phone radiation concerns: action soon on California Senate floor, International Agency for Research on Cancer experts convene.
Cell phone and cell site regulation and lawsuit developments in San Francisco.
CPUC foundation gala features $20,000 tables with utilities regulated by CPUC; Glendale Water and Power not present.