Stop 5G On Idaho’s Highways

9/27/22 2nd Round of Comments from Idahoans for Safe Technology On September 20, 2022 ITD had another rulemaking meeting.  ITD presented their Utility Accommodation Policy Draft #2 to stakeholders.  ITD has requested that comments or requested changes to the second draft of the  policy be submitted to them on or before Sept 28th, 2022.   Idahoans … Read more

Best Wireless Information for Public Officials

MODEL ZONING ORDINANCE & DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS (CELL) TOWERS AND PERSONAL WIRELESS FACILITIES – DALTON GARDENS, IDAHO The City of Dalton Gardens, Idaho, adopted a smart Wireless Zoning Ordinance on June 30, 2022.   The citizens and elected officials have been working with local land use attorney Norman Semanko and federal telecommunications attorney Andrew Campanelli … Read more

Could Cell Towers Be The Cause of Your Rapid Heart Rate (A-Fib, A-Flutter or Tachycardia)?

Do you live in the Treasure Valley of Idaho?  Have you recently experienced A-fib, A-flutter, Tachycardia, or a Rapid Heart Rate?  If so, please let us know. We believe that some of the 5G cell tower antennas in the Treasure Valley are too low to the ground, transmitting too much power, triggering erratic heart rates … Read more

Request for Application Denial – Item 2. 201800280-CU-TE – Time Extension Cell Tower at 1195 S. Linder Rd., Meridian – 6/2/21

Request for Application Denial. On behalf of Idahoans for Safe Technology Foundation, We are requesting that Ada County Commissioner Deny the below conditional use application based on information provided below. BOARD OF ADA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2021 6:00 PM Old Business Item 2. 201800280-CU-TE, Nadine Bostwick: A Board level time … Read more

4G & 5G Wireless High-Speed Broadband

Four Major Considerations for your City NUMBER ONE: First step, and top priority, is always to distinguish Title I (Information Services – Internet) and Title II (Telecommunications – Voice/Text).  This is the LAW, confirmed in the 2019 Mozilla v FCC ruling in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. However, obligations to this Law are being shirked by … Read more