Upcoming event reminders for early October

20 Sep

Save the dates!  Here are some important events below that you may want to attend or participate in during the next few weeks.

Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2, Dr. Magda Havas speaks at MediConsult Convention in San Diego, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art Auditorium at 700 Prospect Street, in La Jolla, CA 92037-4291.  Listen to environmental health expert Dr. Magda Havas share her latest research and findings.  Suggest the event to your friends, too, so you can meet here with others concerned about smart meters and electro-smog and discuss action items.  Get more event info here: http://www.amiando.com/mc_convention_2011_san_diego.html.

Wednesday and Thursday, October 5 and 6, Wireless Safety Summit at Capitol Hill United Methodist Church in Washington, D.C.  Network and meet others concerned about smart meters and other wireless issues, hear presentations, make appointments to meet with your Congressional representatives. Register today: $85 registration fee includes lunch on Wednesday; $35 to participate on-line if you can’t be there physically.  Get more info at: http://www.centerforsaferwireless.org/Wireless-Safety-Summit.php


Thursday, October 6 @ 10am, CPUC Los Angeles Public Meeting at Reagan Building Auditorium in downtown Los Angeles: CPUC President and Commissioners hold a rare So. Cal public meeting at the Ronald Reagan Building Auditorium, 300 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Speak up against smart meters during Public Comment. You get 3 minutes, unless you arrive during comment period in which you only get one minute. (Commissioners have the discretion to reduce the 3-minute time length.)  Pre-event on-line signup is recommended: https://ia.cpuc.ca.gov/requesttocomment/, but make sure to check upon arrival to see if your name is on the list.   Agenda: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/published/agenda/docs/3282.pdf

Every now and then, check our Calendar Section for these and other important events that you can attend, network with others concerned about wireless and smart meters issues, speak up against their installations and share your experiences and recommendations.  Every one, including YOU, can make a positive difference in this world.

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