Attend the Smart Meter Public Forum — learn and ask questions!

1 Nov

Save the Date!  Mark your calendars!  Make sure to join us Thursday, November 10 @ 7:00 p.m., at the Southern  California Public Forum on Smart Meters, at Moose Lodge, 357 West Arden Avenue, Glendale, CA 91203.  This special event, non-partisan and free to the public, features guest speakers (with a Q&A to follow):

  • International EMF health expert Cindy Sage, co-author of the BioInitiative Report, who has done RF field studies on smart meters (see
  • Consumer Advocate Mindy Spatt of The Utility Reform Network, a utility watchdog group for Californians that is opposed to the high costs and privacy problems related to smart meters, and believes it’s people, not smart meters, who reduce energy costs (see
  • Calif. Eagle Forum President Orlean Koehle, author of “Just Say No to Big Brother’s Smart Meters,” who has spoken at national conferences on how smart  meters threaten our privacy and property rights (see

Glendale, Burbank, Los Angeles and Orange County residents have organized this event so that residents throughout Southern California can  listen, learn and ask questions about the dangers of smart meters to our families.  This includes info on how Smart Meter affect our health, privacy, security, public safety, pocketbooks and real estate values — and what you can do about it!  So bring friends and family, and tell others to come, too.

Please print out our flyer and share with neighbors, colleagues, friends and family throughout Southern California — tell them to meet you at the forum: Flyer for Nov 10th Smart Meter Forum

For detailed event information about free parking, map, discounted accommodations, contact info, etc., please go to our Forum page:

The Smart Meter Public Forum is made possible thanks to Major Contributors like the EMF Safety Network (, Stop OC Smart Meters (, Burbank Action (, and Glendale Action (  Other Contributors include residents throughout California who are concerned about smart  meters.  In addition, Supporters throughout California include The Center for Electrosmog Prevention (, The People’s Initiative (, Stop Smart Meters (, and Consumers Power Alliance (e-mail at:  Special thanks also goes to the Ecological Options Network ( for being our non-profit fiscal sponsor.

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