Question the existing 5G pole
I live in the Freedom Valley Subdivision between 21/22 Mile West of Garfield. The December 5 article “Verizon Cancels Plan for 5G Electricity Pole at Macomb Twp.” subdivision, âsays Verizon has canceled only one pole.
We contacted Mr. (Supervisor Frank) Viviano, Representative Lisa McLain, Executive Mark Hackel, Governor Whitmer, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller, State Senator Michael MacDonald, FCC and Treasurer Leon Drolet about one of the wooden cells. poles installed 60 feet from my house in October 2021 on Haverhill Drive. My neighbors wrote and called too, and only got 2 responses of your basic standard responses on ‘nothing they can do’ and in the case of Mr. Viviano’s office – they ‘claimed’ they did not know.
Not only was it installed, but they are marking and measuring the power of that pole today (December 14). These things are dangerous. I read the signed “ACT” regarding these posts – to be placed “in the right-of-way”, which I’m sure never realized was not next to a main road – but in subdivision. This post is 60 feet from my room. Who the hell would want that kind of radiation exposure? Who would even buy my house when it’s time to sell?
Lisa McClain is a lawmaker (representing the United States) – I never even got a response from her office. We have to organize a big group like Cross Creek. These politicians know what is going on and it will be remembered at election time. ACT also stated that âthe existing poles are a priority over the new onesâ. There are wooden utility poles on the block across the street so why is there an ugly and dangerous pole planted next to my house?
I see all these mini cell tower devices installed on power poles on the surrounding main roads – so why do we need them right next to my house? These litter our streets and housing estates after all the operators have gone wild with their plans for 5G.
Please dig into this situation and post so your readers can be kept up to date with what’s really going on in Macomb County.
Uncertainty is the only certainty
Apparently, William Shakespeare was linked with Nostradamus to predict the future. Shakespeare’s Hamlet asking “To be or not to be – that is the question” fits neatly into the current quagmire of unfamiliar situations. To be vaccinated or not to be vaccinated is the decision. We no longer have the right to decide which direction we can take, we can choose not to suffer the consequences and suffer the consequences, or accept and worry about the consequences. Whatever your choice, penalties are added. If you don’t follow the call strictly, heads will fall. Most likely, it will be yours, but whatever your decision angst, uncertainty is the end result.