WHO WE ARE

We are a neighborhood association made up of Napa residents whose primary focus is persuading/forcing our local government to regulate close proximity microwave radiating antennas (CPMRAs) to protect public health, the environment, privacy, and property values, starting with the 28 the Napa City Council approved at its November 5th, 2019 meeting and the 26 that are pending approval.

 

WHAT WE DO

WE INFORM OTHERS ABOUT THE NEGATIVE HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF WIRELESS RADIATION, CITING THE THOUSANDS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDIES AVAILABLE, AND THE BENEFITS OF USING WIRED CONNECTIONS INSTEAD.

WE ADVOCATE FOR AN UPDATE TO THE CITY AND COUNTY'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATIONS TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CLOSE PROXIMITY MICROWAVE RADIATING ANTENNAS (CPMRAS). MANY OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS HAVE ALREADY DONE THIS, SO MODEL ORDINANCES ARE AVAILABLE.

WE ARE WORKING TO OVERTURN THE PERMITS FOR THE 28 APPROVED CPMRAS IN NAPA AND TO STOP THE APPROVAL OF THE 26 PENDING ONES.

 
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"The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) RF energy exposure limit may not reflect the latest research, and testing requirements may not identify maximum exposure in all possible usage conditions. FCC set an RF energy exposure limit for mobile phones in 1996, based on recommendations from federal health and safety agencies and international organizations. These international organizations have updated their exposure limit recommendation in recent years, based on new research, and this new limit has been widely adopted by other countries, including countries in the European Union."

U.S. Government Accountability Office

 

GET INVOLVED

Email us to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

 

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