Palo Alto Verizon CPMRA Plan Appealed to City Council

By Kevin Kelly | kkelly@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group; Original Article here. PUBLISHED: April 17, 2018 at 1:29 pm Palo Alto Cluster One Appeals Appeal — Ap-18-2: Herc Kwan, 2490 Louis Rd. (27 pages) Appeal — Ap-18-3: Francesca Kautz, 3324 South Court (8 pages) Appeal — AP-18-4: Christopher Lynn, 2802 Louis Rd. (5 pages) …

Palo Alto Municipal Code, Chapter 18.42.110 Wireless Communication Facilities

Applicant: Vinculums, on behalf of GTE Mobilnet dba Verizon Wireless Project file number 17PLN-00169 Vinculums: Mary Diesch mdiesch@vinculums.com; 925-482-8563 City Project Planner: Rebecca Atkinson rebecca.atkinson@cityofpaloalto.org; 650-329-2596 Application proposes 15 small cell node locations within the Mid-Town, Palo Verde, St. Claire Gardens, and South of Mid-Town neighborhoods. These 15 locations comprise Cluster 1, the first part …

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The following is an index of the main Palo Alto content on the web site. Link: Palo Alto Municipal Code, Chapter 18.42.110 Wireless Communication Facilities Link: Problems with Palo Alto Verizon Cell Tower Project Link: City of Palo Alto: Take Heed Link: New Set of Palo Alto Cell Towers Proposed for Residential Zones Link: Palo …

Problems with Palo Alto Verizon Cell Tower Project

Challenges in Scaling So-Called "Small Cell" Cell Towers By Sean Kinney, Managing Editor on June 16, 2017 | Original article here In California, challenges to [so-called "Small Cell" cell towers] at scale include selecting the correct paint color and addressing concerns about health impacts [human health hazards]. Actual deployments of small cells has lagged behind …

New Set of Palo Alto Cell Towers Proposed for Residential Zones

Oppose This Unconstitutional Expansion ofWireless into Residential Zones Watch highly-educated, well-informed Palo Alto residents who oppose so-called “Small Cell” cell towers in residential neighborhoods (View from 1:03:53 to 1:10:25 in this video) On 6/27/16, Verizon Wireless signed a Master License Agreement (“MLA”) with the City of Palo Alto allowing the attachment of antennas and other …

Palo Alto Whitewashes RF Microwave Radiation Exposure Hazards

Comparison of Average vs. Peak RF Microwave Radiation Exposure Readings The red dots on this map represent locations of 19 so-called “small cell” antennas that are forcibly exposing Palo Alto residents, workers and visitors to extremely hazardous levels of Radio-Frequency Microwave Radiation (RF/MW radiation) 24/7/365 The screen of the HF-59B meter (equipped with a DG20_G10 …

Palo Alto 4G Small Cells: An Extreme Health Hazard

19 “Small Cell” 4G Antennas with Faux-Mailbox Power Supplies in Palo Alto, CA The following is a link to the planning documents for a high-density 4G Distributed Antenna System (DAS) in Palo Alto: 19 so-called “small Cell” antennas installed in high-density fashion in a 3 block x 6 block area. These antennas and their faux-maibox …

Santa Rosa Cell Tower RF Microwave Radiation Readings

RF-EMR Exposure Guidelines | Metered Readings for RF-EMR Exposures Biologically-Based Electromagnetic Fields and Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation Exposure Guidelines BioInitiative, 2017: "A scientific benchmark of 30 µW/m² for lowest observed effect level for RF microwave radiation is based on mobile phone base station-level studies. Applying a ten-fold reduction to compensate for the lack of long-term …