Jan 082011
 
 January 8, 2011  Govt

As a follow-up to a news story posted last week, a reader kindly sends in this link to a New York Times story by Debra Kahn:

The Marin County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance (pdf) yesterday that deems the installation of smart meters a public nuisance in some areas.

The law applies to unincorporated Marin, home to about 70,000 of the county’s 260,000 residents. In addition to electromagnetic health risks, the board cited concerns about meters being used to collect information about residents’ activities, impacts on aesthetics and potential damage to amateur radio networks.

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