Worcester Councilor doesn’t want to be a guinea pig.

Posted: April 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

District 5 Councilor Gary Rosen, who requested the Worcester delay, said National Grid would do the city and its residents well by “slowing down” the program so the council and city officials could have time to further look into issues that have been raised.  “National Grid should slow down the program,” Mr. Rosen said.  “It’s like when you go back to the old mines, the canary in the mines.  If they [the miners] looked over and the canary was dead, they knew there was something wrong.  We’ve got some guinea pigs in this system already.  People are saying smart meters are causing health issues.  Do what’s right and look at all the concerns that people have.  Take a year off.  You are trying to ram this down our throats.”

This is the why we want the Sheffield moratorium…. to find answers to the outlying questions before implementation rather than after. We don’t want to be guinea pigs. Let’s get time so the concerns can be addressed properly.

 

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Comments
  1. Patty says:

    I totally agree, actually it should be stopped altogether, we are like guinea pigs and energy companies have no clue what the repercussions to our health from this type of energy is.

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