1) The HESA Committee (The Standing Committee on Health) is investigating Safety Code 6. There has been one meeting already, on March 24, at which Dr. Martin Blank and Dr. Meg Sears presented evidence regarding the inadequacy of the recent review by the “Royal” Society panel. The next meeting is on April 23. You can listen to the presentations
2) A major lawsuit in the US continues.
3) Info from a member re the Ombudsperson who received a call from the Ombudsperson’s office 6 months after lodging a complaint.
I queried the representative (at the Ombudsperson’s office) I was speaking with if their office would handle complaints from people who are currently being charged double legacy fees due to having 2 meters on their properties as BCUC didn’t seem to be very helpful in this regard. She assured me that their office would accept and deal with these complaints (just be warned of the backlog & waiting time). So, just wanted to pass this along to those in this situation.
In addition to the 2 meter situation, I suggest people lodge complaints if they were charged the $65 failed installation fee if they were home when the installer supposedly came, and no one came to the door. A legitimate question is how can Hydro prove that someone actually came to the home? Hydro had said the procedure would always start with someone coming to the door. No notice is left. There is a good chance that this fee is being charged erroneously in some instances. What other company can charge when no service has been performed? Just be aware
4) Fortis meter readers are being laid off, even before the smart meters are fully activated. How many will need to be read because of the transmitters having been turned off? How many smart meters will have to be manually read because the meters don’t work?
From Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Sent: April 9, 2015 11:29 AM
Cc: Smits, Betty; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Bill Text: OR HB3350 | 2015 | Regular Session | Introduced | LegiScan
MLA for Nanaimo~North Cowichan
112-50 Tenth Street, Nanaimo, B.C.
Dear Mr. Routley,
I am quite concerned about the effects on our children health of wireless technology (radiation) in schools and public institutions.
The link I provided below is about a Bill being introduced by a legislator in the state of Oregon.
I urge you to read it and propose a similar Bill in our legislature to protect our children from the harmful effects of wireless radiation.