A complaint has been filed under Section 47 of the Utilities Commission Act requesting an injunctive freeze on the wireless component of the Smart Meter Program without delay. This action is being taken to engage the Commission’s administrative function as a regulator of BC Hydro in accordance with the rule of law; only by operation of the rule of law can the public interest in health, security, privacy and safety be factored into Smart Meter Program decisions.
FOR DISTRIBUTION in the matter of the CST application to the BC Human Rights Tribunal:
January 17, 2012
Dear Friends and Members of Citizens for Safe Technology Society:
We have now completed the Doctor’s Information Package...
We are a non-partisan Coalition to Stop “Smart” Meters consisting of British Columbia residents, businesses and organizations dedicated to ensuring that the upgrading of the provincial utility infrastructure (electric, water, gas) proceeds in a manner that protects jobs, democracy, privacy, security, safety, rights, health and the environment, while also preventing the downloading of unnecessary costs to taxpayers.
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