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Yes, absolutely the DNV should call a moratorium as the CNV did.This is just another example of the lack of democratic process when it comes to the spending of our tax dollars.This is especially bad since it's a $billion of our money spent to cost us more down the road.Also there are health issues and privacy issues.
Correction, there are alleged health issues and privacy issues. But I tend to agree with it being a waste of our money.
Too little too late. these meters have been produced, purchased, and are already being installed.Again we were taken for patsies.We must encourage everyone we know to vote and talk to 5 who will talk to 5, etc.
What do Yamamoto and Thornthwaite have to say on this subject?
Why don't you asks them?
Health concerns with what a meter?
I would rather have water meters.Would it matter if we had brown lawns?
A brown lawn is not a dead lawn, it is merely dormant. The sooner people understand this the better and stop wasting water on a patch of grass. In a perfect world, people would get rid of their lawns and xeriscape.
Once again, the participants in this blog are out of touch with the general community.
I'm happy to have smart meters. The amount of radio waves is far less than my cordless/cell phones or WiFi and if I can get a better rate on electricity by putting my dishwasher on delay and using power at 3:00am I'll take it.
Anon 3:30, how so? I'd wager the majority couldn't care less about smart meters.
One billion for BC HYDRO to spend of our money, for what? Ignore the ads.The future for BC HYDRO is privatisation. This will kill it so it will be bought up at a bargain by some multinational corporation that could care less about the people of BC.
They should privatize everything
More corporate control. Less democracy. Do we just stand by and allow it?
11:05, we're already allowing it. Just look at what Haper pulled off with his crime bill. We're heading the direction of America and people seem to be asleep.
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