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Sheriffs Office Information Bulletin, dated Jan., 25, 2011:
Sheriff Mike Downey is pleased to announce the expansion of a program he
started when he worked in Garberville as a Sergeant. Beginning February
1st, 2011, Sheriff Deputies will be provided with “ Patrol Check” cards.
Deputies and members of the Sheriffs Citizen On Patrol ( S.C.O.P.) will
be encouraged to check businesses to be sure their doors are locked and
secure, when the businesses are closed. After checking the business,
deputies will leave a card on the door letting the business owner know
their business was checked by law enforcement.
New study finds smart meters likely to be safe, but also encourages further research into non-thermal effects of radio frequency emissionsWritten by Bob Froehlich
Two California State Legislators, Assembly Member Jared Huffman (Marin) and Assembly Member Bill Monning (Santa Cruz), requested the California Council of Science and Technology (CCST), a non-profit organization established in 1988, to prepare a report on the health impacts of radio frequency from "Smart Meters."
Click here for the KMUD archived newscast (aired at 6 PM, Jan.12, 2011) containing the interview with HSU President Roland Richmond regarding the released report.
Download a copy of the report from the website http://www.ccst.us/news/2011/20110111smart.php
CCST is requesting public comment on the report through midnight PST, January 31, 2011.