COME TO A DEMONSTRATION FOR SAFE CELL TECHNOLOGY ON SATURDAY, 9/18 AT 11AM at the CURTIS in Lenox! (FREE PIZZA provided after event for participants, so you can connect with your neighbors)
The Town of Lenox is currently rewriting bylaws for cellular technology. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET INVOLVED.
From The Berkshire Eagle: “Placing a cell antenna atop the Curtis building would cause significant radiation inside that building, as well as across the street in Town Hall.”
According to Dr. Kent Chamberlain, a retired electrical engineering professor at University of New Hampshire, who cautioned against potential risks surrounding the use of cellular technology. Chamberlain cited health-related issues among Pittsfield residents after a cell tower was erected in their residential area on Alma Street off Holmes Road.
He recommends cell towers be set back 1,640 feet (just under 1/3 of a mile) from residents. In Lenox, it’s recommended to have a tall tower, away from downtown, with a directional antenna.
PLAN TO COME, BRING A FRIEND, AND LEARN MORE WAYS YOU CAN HELP! FREE PIZZA PROVIDED AFTER EVENT FOR THOSE IN ATTENDANCE from at least 11 – noon. (12:30, Roche Park – beside the library)