The FCC’s failed 2009 attempt to enact net neutrality occurred as the City of Glendale was updating its wireless facility citing rules. Covering developments and exploring the issues in context, I observed that net neutrality supports the expansion and commercial viability of wireless networks. Wireless networks are limited by bandwidth […]
While working with a citizens’ group to protect Glendale residential zones from the proliferation of wireless facilities, I came across several studies that raised questions about the long-term health impacts of wireless technology. I ended up changing how I used wireless devices in several ways. This post describes how I changed my use of wireless devices, and links to two other sites that suggest how to reduce exposure to wireless frequencies.
Updates from former City of Glendale wireless siting consultant Jonathan Kramer: Assembly Bill 162 Pulled – Will Not Come Back Until At Least 2014 AB 162 has been pulled from this year’s legislative calender… AB 162 is not dead; merely pushed to next year’s legislative calendar. In the update below, […]
I’ve received a copy of Assembly Member Holden’s Fact Sheet on AB 162, which has been christened the “Broadband Expansion Act.” I’ve rechristened it the “Wireless Industry Gift and Public Exclusion Act of 2013.” The quote above opens former consultant to the city of Glendale Jonathan Kramer’s alert on […]
Reports on wireless siting policy battles in Los Angeles and San Francisco; coalition calls for change in FCC wireless exposure guidelines.
Pasadena, Pacific Palisades residents fight for oversight, regulation of cell site installations.
Burbank Planning Board approves proposed wireless ordinance without changes, without stricter rules like Glendale’s, and without a city-wide cell site map.
Burbank and Los Angeles move ahead with reviewing new wireless installation ordinances.
Los Angeles releases report on regulating cell sites within city limits; Calabasas enacts wireless facility moratorium.
Calabasas, California decides to create new wireless ordinance and consider a moratorium.