KINGSTON CITY HALL NEW YORK Feb/4th/15
Hundreds of residents crammed Kingston City
Hall on Wednesday Feb/4th/15 night, to criticize the introduction of “smart” electric meters to New York’s energy grid. Their remarks were part of a hearing process conducted by the New York Public Service Commission. Officials said the Kingston meeting turnout and duration exceeded recent hearings held in both
Buffalo and New York City. The Public Service Commission’s panel listened to four hours of testimony. Opponents claim that the new digital utility meters produce electromagnetic pollution, which sicken residents. According to The World Health Organization the microwaves they emit when transmitting information is carcinogenic.