Negligence by a School Board?
WiFi in public places
I just read the article circulated about the council meeting at White Rock about the WiFi in public places. It is my understanding that WiFi is not a federal jurisdiction. If this is so, when the city allows WiFi in a public area, it would be held responsible for endangering health. This could be an interesting Charter case in court.
Parents suspect WiFi making kids sick
Understanding a serious condition
Town of Hempstead unite to keep our kids safe!
Hundreds of Hempstead homeowners woke one morning to cell antennas just outside their bedroom windows. Over 1,000 elementary school children play and learn footsteps away from cell antennas - antennas that emit radiation and have not been proven safe - and under current law we have no recourse.
M.O.M.S. are concerned parents fighting to keep cell antennas 1,500 feet (about ¼ mile) away from our homes and schools. This is a standard adopted in certain states and countries. Why not in our town?
Come give our elected officials the public support they need to fight against the telecommunications giants. Town of Hempstead unite to keep our kids safe!
WHERE: WANTAGH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
3297 Beltagh Ave, Wantagh, NY 11793
WHEN: AUGUST 16, 2010, AT 7:30 PM
MEET FEDERAL CIVIL RIGHTS ATTORNEY ANDREW CAMPANELLI who is in litigation with cell companies responsible for 50 antennas adjacent to a Bayville elementary school where allegedly 30% of the children and staff are stricken with cancer and other illnesses.
Did you know?
* Metro PCS installed over 300 cell antennas on Verizon poles, next to Hempstead homes & elementary school playgrounds, the majority being in Merrick. And many more are expected on utility poles.
* 1955 Merrick Rd., an office building directly across from Lakeside Elementary School, has nine T-Mobile antennas on rooftop.
* T-Mobile is in negotiations with North Merrick library to place a "stealth" cell tower inside a flagpole, as well as a tower next to the fire department.
* Applications for 6 T-Mobile high powered cell antennas on Wantagh Farmingdale synagogue in residential neighborhood, has residents fighting for their rights.
* For more information: http://www.dontcellout.com
Executive Director Moms for Safer Wireless http://www.momsforsafewireless.org
Informant: Martin Weatherall