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Citizens for Safe Technology

P.O. Box 52061

Sidney, British Columbia V8L 5V9

Canada

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Citizens for Safe Technology Society (CST) is a not-for-profit educational society made up of Canadian and U.S. parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, physicians, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increa ... more

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News and Developments (Citizens for Safe Technology)

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"But the Clean Energy Act didn't specify if smart meters could be wireless, said David Aaron, a lawyer for CST, noting "that's the component which raises the health concerns.


Governments/Authorities - Communities, Governments (Citizens for Safe Technology)

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Lawyer David Aaron argued that while the province's Clean Energy Act exempts the installation from commission approval, the legislation doesn't cover the "wireless and snooping component of the smart meter program.

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"But the Clean Energy Act didn't specify if smart meters could be wireless, said David Aaron, a lawyer for CST, noting "that's the component which raises the health concerns.


From David Aaron re: ...

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From David Aaron re: British Columbia Utilities Commission Order C-7-13 FortisBC Inc. Radio-Off AMI Meter Option Application - November 13, 2013This submission is filed on behalf of the Citizens for Safe Technology Society ("CSTS") with respect to the merits of the above-referenced application by FortisBC Inc. ("FBC"). Frequency of meter reads RF Range extenders: negates benefit of opt-outRF Range extenders: externalization of costsRF Range extenders: arbitrary cost forecastReducing set-up fee by pre-configuring radios in "off" positionRadio-off configuration simultaneous with initial installationMultiple meter premisesFurther charge upon a moveDoes the fee apply to a successor occupier?Participation rates / ResponseThe deterrent effectFee increasesIncreased revenues, externalized costs & service reductionsNo accommodation for financial hardshipHuman rights and equalityConfirmationOther precedents, complaints and responses

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We have not provided a copy of the Radiocommunication Act and Regulations but would be willing to do so upon request.Yours truly,DAVID M. AARONCST NOTE:Safety Code 6 information begins on Page 26Good talking point from Page 12 of David Aaron's Final Submissions:8.
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"Nine interveners, including RDCK Area D director Andy Shadrack, Southern Interior MP Alex Atameneko and Nelson lawyer David Aaron, representing Citizens for Safe Technology, appeared before the commission to present evidence on the health and safety of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) -- also known as Smart Meters. . . . "My overall take is that Fortis has not made a case that there is uniform agreement among world leaders about the dangers of wireless technology," said Shadrack at the end of the hearings. . . . "Opponents of Smart Meters say the cumulative effects of low-level radiation can increase damage to the nervous system, cause electro-sensitivity, and have adverse reproductive effects and a variety of other effects on different organ systems.
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Application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Advanced Metering Infrastructure Project Kelowna, B.C. March 14, 2013 PROCEEDINGS BEFORE: L. Kelsey, Commission Chair / Panel Chair N. MacMurchy, Panel Member D. Morton, Panel Member Fortis Panel 5 - Health and Environment Tom Loski: Mark Richard Warren: William Hayes Bailey: Yakov Shkolnikov: CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 5DAVID ORVILLE CARPENTER, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron ................ 2051 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews .............. 2070 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ................. 2082 Cross-Examination by Mr. Macintosh ........... 2102 Re-Examination by Mr. Aaron......................... 2151 SUBMISSIONS RE.
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Application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Advanced Metering Infrastructure Project Kelowna, B.C. March 14, 2013 PROCEEDINGS BEFORE: L. Kelsey, Commission Chair / Panel Chair N. MacMurchy, Panel Member D. Morton, Panel Member Fortis Panel 2 - Health and Environment Tom Loski: Mark Richard Warren: William Hayes Bailey: Yakov Shkolnikov: CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 4ISAAC ADAM JAMIESON, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron ................1907 Cross-Examination by Ms. Braithwaite .......... 1919 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews .............. 1941 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ................ 1976 Cross-Examination by Ms. Herbst ................. 2005 Re-Examination by Mr.Aaron......................... 2017 Decisions of Commission Panel .................... 2037
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DECISION OF TEXAS COMMISSION Submissions by Mr. Weafer ................ 1477 Submissions by Ms. Herbst ............... 1483 Submissions by Mr. Aaron ................... 1484 Reply by Mr. Weafer ............................ 1486Decision 1490 Submission by Mr. Miles .......................141 Submission by Mr. Flynn ......................141 Submission by Mr. Macintosh ................141 Submission by Mr. Weafer .....................147 Submissions by Mr. Webb .....................148 Reply by Mr. Aaron ................................151 CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 1 DONALD RAYMOND MAISCH, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron .............1499 Cross-Examination by Ms. Braithwaite ........1505 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews ............1532 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ...............1555 Cross-Examination by Mr. Macintosh ..........1581 Re-Examination by Mr. Aaron ......................1633
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DECISION OF TEXAS COMMISSION Submissions by Mr. Weafer ................ 1477 Submissions by Ms. Herbst ............... 1483 Submissions by Mr. Aaron ................... 1484 Reply by Mr. Weafer ............................ 1486Decision 1490 Submission by Mr. Miles .......................141 Submission by Mr. Flynn ......................141 Submission by Mr. Macintosh ................141 Submission by Mr. Weafer .....................147 Submissions by Mr. Webb .....................148 Reply by Mr. Aaron ................................151 CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 1 DONALD RAYMOND MAISCH, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron .............1499 Cross-Examination by Ms. Braithwaite ........1505 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews ............1532 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ...............1555 Cross-Examination by Mr. Macintosh ..........1581 Re-Examination by Mr. Aaron ......................1633
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DECISION OF TEXAS COMMISSION Submissions by Mr. Weafer ................ 1477 Submissions by Ms. Herbst ............... 1483 Submissions by Mr. Aaron ................... 1484 Reply by Mr. Weafer ............................ 1486Decision 1490 Submission by Mr. Miles .......................141 Submission by Mr. Flynn ......................141 Submission by Mr. Macintosh ................141 Submission by Mr. Weafer .....................147 Submissions by Mr. Webb .....................148 Reply by Mr. Aaron ................................151 CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 1 DONALD RAYMOND MAISCH, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron .............1499 Cross-Examination by Ms. Braithwaite ........1505 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews ............1532 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ...............1555 Cross-Examination by Mr. Macintosh ..........1581 Re-Examination by Mr. Aaron ......................1633
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DECISION OF TEXAS COMMISSION Submissions by Mr. Weafer ................ 1477 Submissions by Ms. Herbst ............... 1483 Submissions by Mr. Aaron ................... 1484 Reply by Mr. Weafer ............................ 1486Decision 1490 Submission by Mr. Miles .......................141 Submission by Mr. Flynn ......................141 Submission by Mr. Macintosh ................141 Submission by Mr. Weafer .....................147 Submissions by Mr. Webb .....................148 Reply by Mr. Aaron ................................151 CITIZENS FOR SAFE TECHNOLOGY PANEL 1 DONALD RAYMOND MAISCH, Affirmed: Examination in Chief by Mr. Aaron .............1499 Cross-Examination by Ms. Braithwaite ........1505 Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews ............1532 Cross-Examination by Mr. Weafer ...............1555 Cross-Examination by Mr. Macintosh ..........1581 Re-Examination by Mr. Aaron ......................1633
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David Aaron, CST's lawyer, spent most of today's proceedings cross examining William Bailey, the lead "researcher" for Exponent, the product defense company.
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Morton, Panel MemberFortis Panel 2 - Health and EnvironmentTom Loski: Mark Richard Warren: William Hayes Bailey: Yakov Shkolnikov;Resumed Page 544Cross-Examination by Mr. Andrews (cont'd) Page 550Cross-Examination by Mr. Kung Page 571Cross Examination by Mr. Aaron Page 583 to Page 771APPEARANCES:G.A. FULTON, Q.C.Commission Counsel G.K. MACINTOSH, Q.C. and L. HERBST FortisBC Inc. I.
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David Aaron addresses Fortis's failure to follow procedure beginning on page 19/131.
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I hope you will read from page 19/131 where our lawyer, David Aaron, addresses the Commission about the fact that the rules are not being applied consistently to Fortis and t


Lawyer David Aaron argued ...

citizensforsafetechnology.org [cached]

Lawyer David Aaron argued that while the province's Clean Energy Act exempts the installation from commission approval, the legislation doesn't cover the "wireless and snooping component of the smart meter program.

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"But the Clean Energy Act didn't specify if smart meters could be wireless, said David Aaron, a lawyer for CST, noting "that's the component which raises the health concerns.


Lawyer David Aaron argued ...

citizensforsafetechnology.org [cached]

Lawyer David Aaron argued that while the province's Clean Energy Act exempts the installation from commission approval, the legislation doesn't cover the "wireless and snooping component of the smart meter program.

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"But the Clean Energy Act didn't specify if smart meters could be wireless, said David Aaron, a lawyer for CST, noting "that's the component which raises the health concerns.

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