Wireless Zoning Bylaws – What You Need to Know to Stay Connected & Protected
There is a solution and these folks have been working hard at it. The event is in person at Lenox Town Hall on a big screen, while it is being ZOOMed. PLEASE have people submit questions ahead of time, as the answers we will receive would be worthy.
What You Need to Know to Stay Connected & Protected
Lenox Town Hall Auditorium
6 Walker Street, Lenox or attend via ZoomZoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/
Send questions for the experts in advance to: email@example.com
- The health effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure from cell towers/antennas
- What the FCC’s 1996 Telecommunications Act tells municipalities they can and can’t do
- Why our towns’ hands are not tied
- Some of the best examples of wireless zoning bylaws already in place today to help towns stay connected while homes, health and property values are protected
- Scott McCollough, Telecommunications Attorney
- Dr. Kent Chamberlin of the New Hampshire 5G Commission Report on The Health and Environmental Effects of Wireless.
- Theodora Scarato, Executive Director, Environmental Health Trust
- Andrew Molnar, a citizen who helped write Ithaca, New York’s protective wireless zoning bylaw
Jonathan Mirin, co-founder of Hilltown Health, a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting town governments in Western MA in their transition to robust telecom bylaws, will host the forum and share municipal codes from Western MA that we should know about.
Jonathan has been consulting with municipal leaders on safer cell tower siting since 2010 when his wife became sick from microwave radiation. He has presented to Lenox residents as a co-speaker at Tri-Town Health’s presentation of “Safe Cell Tower Siting; What You Need to Know” in 2020.