Is it Safe?
The answer depends on whether you believe in mainstream, peer-reviewed scientific data, or just listen to the ramblings of those who have no scientific or accepted and peer-reviewed basis for their fear mongering.
For attorneys, it depends on whether you believe in following federal law.
I believe in peer-reviewed science and federal law. I hope you do, too.
A Local Government Official's Guide to Transmitting Antenna RF Emission Safety: Rules, Procedures, and Practical GuidanceThe FCC's word on RF safety, this guide was co-authored and illustrated by Jonathan. The publication date is June, 2000.
A Wireless Site Supplemental Application for GovernmentsMany governments don't know all of the 'right questions' to ask during a wireless tower/antenna siting case. As the quality and depth of your administrative record will impact your ability to make a reasonable decision in siting cases, and the courts will look to your record when deciding whether you've met your federal obligations, asking the right questions is vital.
Over the years, we've developed and refined a prototype Supplemental Application that now in use by many local governments within California, and beyond. Any local government may download and use our form at no charge.
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Kramer's Major New Government Attorneys and Planners Guide to RF Safety Published in the Public Law Journal of the State Bar of California The Public Law Journal of the State Bar of California has published Jonathan's article, "A Practical Guide to Radio Frequency Emissions Safety." The article appears in the Summer 2009 edition (Vol. 32, No. 3).