Wednesday, February 12, 2020

UPDATED 5G Legislative Code

TAKE ACTION: UPDATED Local 5G Code for Municipalities

Legal language to help protect your community from 5G

Dear Friend,

A lot has happened since the debut of our sample 5G legislative code last we thought it was time for an update.

It is imperative that local decision makers adopt ordinances that implement safeguards to protect public health, property values, and the unique aesthetics of your community from 5G-enabled small cell antennas as soon as possible.

In this updated version of the 5G legislative code, we've included language that addresses Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations as required under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), state and federal regulations as delineated by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and other unique ways your officials can effectively delay, and in some cases, stop 5G rollouts near you.

We thank the well-seasoned lawyers and many knowledgable individuals across the country that have consulted with us to create this essential 5G action tool.

Today, please send the updated sample 5G code to your mayor, your town attorney and your town clerk. (Sending any document to the town clerk ensures that it gets archived in the public record!)

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