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3 EASY STEPS THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE THAT MAY LAST FOREVER

1)  Talk to your friends, neighbors, coworkers & loved ones; few know the scoop.

2)  Call NGrid at 855-377-7627 (or your MA utility:  see below) & email or send certified letter follow a up citing utility rep name, date and time of call.  (sample text below)

    • cc: Committee reviewing opt-out of ‘smart’ & RF meters, Bill H.2926:
      • John.Keenan@mahouse.gov & Benjamin.Downing@masenate.gov
        • If you include ‘Testimony for Bill H. 2926″ your letter will be considered when the Committee considers the bill.
    • cc: Worcester Mayor Petty & City  Council:  www.worcesterma.gov/city-council
      • Even if you are not from Worcester:  they are facilitating the pilot program
    • cc: Attorney General, ago@state.ma.us
    • cc: DPUConsumer.Complaints@state.ma.us
    • cc: Your state rep, senator & press
    • cc: HaltMAsmartMeters@gmail.com
      • The complaint ‘paper trail’ is sketchy.  Though we are 100% sure many have contacted various offices the standard line is ‘only a couple.’   If you choose to cc us free to redact personal info or alternatively please just notify us that you acted; that will be a huge help!  Thank you.

EXAMPLE: I do not, nor will I ever consent to a so-called ‘smart’ meter affixed to my home. I am actively encouraging friends, neighbors and loved ones to do likewise.  Please do all you can do to halt deployment. However, if ‘smart’ meters are deployed, Bill H. 2926 is crucial to preserving Massachusetts residents’ rights.  I am particularly concerned about…

      • adverse untracked health effects
      • electrical & fire safety
      • unprescedented invasion of privacy slippery slope
      • terrorism & hacking
      • property values
      • ecological impacts
      • all RF-emitting meters
      • please personalize i.e. use your own ‘voice’ and add your story or other info
  • NATIONAL GRID, & WORCESTER, OTHER CONTACTS:    
    • 800-732-3400, email form,  (take screenshot or copy and email yourself)
    • joseph.newman@us.ngrid.com,   andrea.keeffe@us.ngrid.com 
  • NStar CUSTOMERS & HOPKINTON, NEWTON & BOSTON RESIDENTS:    
    • 800-592-2000, customer.service@nstar.com  
    • Neven.Rabadjija@nstar.com
  • UNITIL CUSTOMERS:    
    • 888-301-7700, email form, 
    • meissner@unitil.com
  • WEMECo CUSTOMERS:    
    • 413-781-4300 email form,
    •  butlergb@nu.comjankecj@nu.com
  • MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT CUSTOMERS:  
    • Contact directly
  •  Alternate Dept of Public Utilities 
    • 617.305.3500,  jolette.westbrook@state.ma.us

3)  Sign Petitions

  • Petition to MA Commissioner of DPU/Depart. of Public Utilities (Change.org)
  • Petition to MA Attorney General, Martha Coakley. (Change.org)

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