Educated by YouTube about smart meters

Having learned of the health hazards…I too do not want this meter installed on my property.

To the editor:

In the last couple of months I have been receiving a lot of emails/videos on those who are opposed to have a smart meter installed on their property.

Having learned of the health hazards that the high radiation readings have from a distance of 40 feet from your house, I too do not want this meter installed on my property.

One video was of a retired police officer who stated that we are being extorted, with the threat of having our power turned off all together, if we refuse installation, and that we all know extortion is illegal.

So if anyone out there reading this has any information, being it legal, health or otherwise, please feel free to share your thoughts on this matter, except from those working for BC Hydro.

I am already informed of co-workers telling me that a notice was left on their door stating that Fortis had already installed the meter, without consent.

I know Paul Herrgott is a lawyer, and wouldn’t mind hearing his thoughts on our rights as taxpaying citizens. Maybe someone  from WFN also, being that we pay them to live on their land?

I feel I am being violated and don’t have any say in what’s going on around me, and I’m sure there are many who feel the same? There are one in four households, within a one block radius of me, that have or have had cancer, and that is very concerning. I am very concerned that these meters, will increase those numbers.

We are trying to find a cure for cancer, and meanwhile we are doing things to increase our odds. It’s time that we start jumping on the band wagon and protect/enforce our rights as well as our health.

Anita Erisman,

Kelowna

Kelowna Capital News