WHEN: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2021@ 7PM REGISTER AT: WWW.CULVERCITY.ORG/AGENDAS AND CLICK ON “REGISTER TO ATTEND” FOR MEETING LINK. ** Need more directions how to register?…See Culver City flyer below:
|Public Works Department COMMUNITY MEETING|
— Presentation — 5G Cell Sites When Wednesday, September 8, 2021 7:00 p.m. Where Online ***ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND*** See below for instructions The Public Works Department will convene a community meeting that will take place virtually on Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 7:00 PM regarding 5G cell sites. Are you concerned about the safety of small cell site installations in your neighborhood?Want to learn how the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) determines the allowable level of Radio Frequency and Electromagnetic Radiation Emissions for the 5G equipment it authorizes be installed on our streets?Want to find out what how much authority the FCC gives cities to determine where 5G cell sites are placed? After the presentation, attendees will be given the opportunity to ask questions. Can’t attend? The presentation and Q&A following it will be available for viewing soon after the virtual meeting is held from the following link: Watch the recording after the meeting. To combat the spread of COVID-19, the City proclaimed a local emergency on March 14, 2020 and issued subsequent public orders beginning March 16, 2020. In accordance with such orders in-person meetings have been discontinued until further notice. Learn more about the Coronavirus and the City’s response. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEETING PARTICIPATION: How to Submit a Written Public Comment Prior to the Virtual Meeting Find the active eComment link to the right of the presentation date on the Agenda Details page. Under the “Body Name” tab, select “Community Meeting” from the dropdown menu. Watch a video tutorial on How to Make an eComment. Email your comments to email@example.com.Mail your comments and questions to the attention of the City Clerk’s Office at 9770 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, specifically identifying the meeting name and date.Comments and questions must be received at least 3 hours in advance of the meeting, otherwise comments must be submitted during the meeting. How to Attend the Virtual Meeting You must REGISTER TO ATTEND the virtual meeting on Webex. Watch a video tutorial on How to Register on Webex.Registrants will receive an email with instructions and a link to join the meeting. How to Speak Aloud or Submit a Written Public Comment During the Virtual Meeting As a registered attendee, you may join the Webex meeting and use the “Chat” function to indicate you wish to ask a question or comment. Then, when City staff announce it is the time to take public questions and comments, you will use the “Raise Your Hand” function. When appropriate, you will be unmuted and prompted to make your comment or raise your question or, if you are unable to speak aloud, you may submit your written comment in the “Chat” box. Questions?
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Joe Susca, Senior Management Analyst
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This workshop will be held prior to issuing permits to AT&T and will be an opportunity for the community to express concerns/and ask questions regarding these 2 proposed small cell sites and small cells in general. You may have seen a poster like notice on Buckingham Parkway regarding these small cell systems.
- PETITION INFORMATION REGARDING THIS PROPOSAL TO STOP 5G CELL TOWERS INSTALLATION IN OUR RESIDENTIAL FOX HILLS AREA:
- PLEASE GOOGLE: HTTPS://CULVERCITYFORSAFETECH.ORG/SIGN-THE-PETITION/
UPDATE AUGUST 26, 2021: State Legislation is presently being voted on regarding cell tower installations: They are AB 537 and SB 556. A “YES” vote will mean that, if passed, these bills will become law prior to the FCC re-evaluating its human exposure guidelines for RF radiation from cell phones, routers, 5G small cell antennas and other wireless devices that they were mandated to do by the Federal Appeals Court in Washington DC. The present FCC guidelines are from 1996. A “NO” vote will mean that the state regulations will remain as is for now, thus giving time to see what the updated review from FCC will be. To give your opinion to our CA legislators that represent Culver City Contact: Senator Kamlager-Dove at 916 651 4030 ( on AB 537) and Assemblyperson Issac Bryan ( on SB 556) at 916 319 2054. It is best to state reason for your view.