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Roger Aday: No smart meters in West Virginia town

Rather than trying to ban all of Nevada County’s PG&E “Smart Meters,” maybe Berry Bartolillo should move to Green Bank, West Virginia where “The National Radio Quiet Zone” is located. There, cellphone towers, high power radio stations or Wi-Fi are not allowed because of the Green Bank Radio Telescope.

Why should a very small minority of people who think that they are affected by smart meters and other electronics want to change the world for the rest of those who are not affected? Read this article for more information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_National_Radio_Quiet_Zone.

Roger Aday



Nevada City


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