5G Letter for Major and Council Members

5G Free California’s Docs 5G Letter for Major and Council Members


Dear Mayor, City Council Members and Elected Officials:

Did you know that radio frequency radiation is classified as a Class 2B carcinogen (possible cancer causing agent) according to the World Health Organization? Did you know that the Federal Communications Commission has not updated its Radio Frequency (RF) radiation guidelines since 1996?

Despite being advised to do so by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. General Accounting Office, and hundreds of medical and scientific experts around the world, we have no long-term safety testing for 5G wireless technology.

As a resident of your city and/or district, I ask that you deny permitting and deploying of any new “small cell” and/or other wireless telecommunication facilities (WTF), including infrastructure and site development, until our city has completed an independent 5G safety study. We do not consent to involuntary radiation.

Please follow the precedent of other cities like Easton, CT which has decided to stop its 5G wireless technology rollout. Until research and testing show it is safe for humans and the environment, a 5G cease and desist resolution was unanimously approved by the town on May 7, 2020. The American Academy of Pediatrics and hundreds of medical and scientific experts have advised the federal communication commission to test the long-term safety of 5G technology. Easton is the first town in Connecticut to ban 5G.

I support the use of proven safe technologies, including the ratepayer funded national fiber-optic cable infrastructure in commercial and residential areas. I oppose the deployment of unsafe technologies, including wireless 5G radiation.

In closing, I thank you for your oath of office, and for exercising prudent government oversight to protect our community.



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For more information visit UnitedIssuesReform.org/United-States or email at unitedissuesreform@protonmail.com .


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