LETTER: Plan for new cell tower called case of ‘reckless endangerment’

Those of us who are fighting against EMF radiation are not going away and the evidence against RF radiation is increasing by the day.

An open letter to Mission Mayor Randy Hawes:

I have read about your plan to allow Rogers Cable to extend a contract they have with your city. To do this would be a serious case of reckless endangerment on your part on the citizens of Mission.

The studies that are not paid for by industry all show how dangerous cell towers, cell phones, wifi, and any other wireless devices are. Health Canada hides behind Safety Code 6 which has proven to be outdated and wrong, but the government will not change it.

Let’s hope the new government is smarter than the old.

Those of us who are fighting against EMF radiation are not going away and the evidence against RF radiation is increasing by the day. Please listen and do not do this to your citizens. Cut Rogers and any other cell company off.

One other thing. The tower on Lougheed Highway before Hatzic Lake is the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen. Plus, it has probably pushed out every bird, animal and insect that lived in the area, or they are dead.

 

Kathy Read

Agassiz

 

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