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We are a dedicated group of Chandler residents, working with the City to define workable solutions to the problems of 4G/5G so-called “small” Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (sWTFs) in residential neighborhoods.
Wire Chandler Mission
The rational solution is simply BIG DATA via Fiber Optics & only calls/texts via Wireless. We work with physicians, scientists, attorneys, and researchers all over the country to educate and protect communities from the proven public safety, privacy and property value harms caused by excessive Effective Radiated Power emitted from Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (WTFs) of any size or any “G”. Working together, we can ensure that your rights to privacy and the quiet enjoyment of streets (and homes) are preserved for you and your family. We are working to convince the Mayor and the City Council that it is in the City’s best interests to protect our neighborhoods, schools, businesses — to the fullest extent of the law.
Don’t let the crowd photo from 2018 fool you . . . we support taking all necessary precautions and are fine with wearing masks and social distancing,m as appropriate, whenever we get together . . . which ends up being more on Zoom than anything else these days (no masks needed on Zoom, of course). We encourage meeting outdoors in our fine, Chandler weather.
In fact, our group Does Good Zoom: we get together by Zoom every other Thursday night for 30 minutes (see below) to welcome new members to the group and answer any questions Remember, there are no dumb questions . . . even from newbies! Welcome!
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to the next planned Zoom meeting on
Thu, Apr 1, 2021 from 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm
(and stay for the after-party!)
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By Dylan Smith, Mar 12, 2021 | Original Tucson Sentinel article here. Tucson Mayor Regina Romero is being considered for a position in the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva said Friday that she could join the Biden administration, confirming a rumor that’s been circulating for months. Romero, elected mayor …
. . . with help from Insight, JMA, Geoverse and Tilson. Adapted/Annotated article by Martha DeGrasse, Mar 4, 2021 | Original Fierce Wireless article here. Tuscon’s relatively flat topography, downtown, helps the city make the most of the mid-band CBRS spectrum. (JMA Wireless) Tucson CIO Collin Boyce realized about a year ago that his city …