Robert G. Brehm: Customers have the right to ‘opt out’ of smart meters |

Robert G. Brehm: Customers have the right to ‘opt out’ of smart meters

Business owners and business leaders, you do have the right (as do all citizens, homeowners or renters) to have your smart meters removed from your buildings. PG&E is lying to you if they tell you otherwise. PG&E is violating your Constitutional rights under the 4th, 5th, 10th and 14th amendments.

Your health and safety as well as that of your customers supersede any regulations put out by the CPUC. There is an abundant amount of information on the Internet — over 6,000 sites on medical and scientific studies done on the hazards of and medical problems related to Smart Meters. These include fire dangers, DNA and chromosome damage, cancer, depression, neuropathy and many, many more.

Call PG&E and demand the removal of all smart meters within a certain number of days or tell them you will team up with other merchants and start a class action lawsuit. The “opt out” number is 866-743-0253 (demand a 100 percent electro mechanical analog meter with no radiating components).

Robert G. Brehm

Nevada City

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