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11767-68 (2003) John Litz testifies as Vice Chairperson
of Plan JeffCo in opposition to the supertower proposal. He
points to the community votes in 1972, 1980, and 1998 which
affirmed the goal of protecting open spaces and devoted tax
money to that purpose.
6218-21 (1999) and R
11863-65 (2003) Jim Martin, analog electrical engineer
for Lockheed Martin, testifies as president of the Mount Vernon
Country Club Metropolitan District in opposition to the supertower
proposal because of the increase in RF radiation levels. His
2003 testimony includes a PowerPoint
presentation, “Children are at a Higher Risk to Electromagnetic
6225-31 (1999) Kevin Groeneweg testifies as president
of the Paradise Hills Homeowners Association. He has been
a senior officer of several large investment advisor companies
including the Janus Funds. He specializes in telecommunications
projects. He testifies to point out the erroneous broadcaster
testimony that asserted there are no alternate sites or other
technologies to provide HDTV. He points out the already high
levels of RF in the Lookout Mountain area and opposes taking
an additional unnecessary risks.
(2003) Brent Anderson testifies as director of the Stonebridge/Eagle
Ridge Homeowners Association representing 232 residences.
He opposes the supertower proposal out of concern for children’s
health and property devaluation.
11723-25 (2003) Scott Coors testifies as representative
for Panorama Estates Homeowners Association who oppose the
supertower proposal because of the unknown health risk of
long-term RF radiation exposure, RF interference with home
electronics, property devaluation and aesthetics. His testimony
includes a PowerPoint
6217-18 (1999) Colin Barton testifies as the vice president
of the Genesee Foundation Board of Directors in opposition
to the supertower proposal because it allows a growth in visual
and electromagnetic radiation pollution.
6221-22 (1999) Jean Whidman testifies as president of
the Panorama Estates Homeowners Association. They believe
that Jefferson County has an obligation to act as responsible
custodians of the unique visual resource of the face of the
Rocky Mountain uplift.
11776-77 (2003) Charles Cuchiara represents the Tripp
Ranch Homeowners Association that opposes the supertower proposal.
They assert that the health and well being of the constituent
voters must take precedent over the special big money commercial
interests that have proposed the supertower.
(1999) Jon DeStefano testifies as President of the Jefferson
County Board of Education. He asserts that unless there is
conclusive proof of no harm to the well being of the area
school children from increased RF exposure from the supertower,
an alternative site should be found.
6083-85 (1999) Maria Fulinwider testifies as President
of Ralston Elementary School PTA in opposition to the supertower
proposal to protect the health of the area schoolchildren.
6085-87 (1999) Karen Barker testifies as a former television
news broadcaster and parent of school children. She reports
on a survey of parents of Ralston School students concerning
enrollment of their children should the proposed HDTV supertower
6088-6090 (1999) Roberta Bolton (1999) testified as a
parent and President of Shelton Elementary PTA in opposition
to the supertower proposal.
11693-95 (2003) Sister Bernadette Casciano is a resident
from the Mother Cabrini Shrine. She lists the interference
problems experienced at that historic site with its gates
and garage doors as well as for visitors’ car doors,
motorized wheelchairs, and health devices. The Shrine hosts
150,000 visitors each year at the museum and for retreats.
6276-77 (1999) Gary Redish testifies as the executive
pastor at Lookout Mountain Community Church. He describes
the RF interference problems with the church sound system
and the expense of mitigation measures for the new church
which is under construction. He voices concern about the number
of families in the congregation who are considering moving
if the supertower is built.
11883-85 (2003) Sonia Carney is a former resident of Lookout
Mountain who is a graduate student in cancer research. She
points out that nothing is absolute in science and that in
a research study, no result does not equal a negative result.
No proof doesn’t mean that something is not going to
happen. She opposes the supertower proposal until the results
of the Colorado State University study are known.
11872-74 (2003) Alfred Cooper is a resident who points
out companies and universities who have implemented more stringent
RF exposure protection standards that those from the FCC.
He urges the county commission to err on the side of caution.
(2003) Sandy Barrett is a resident to testifies about birth
defects her son has suffered and other birth defects and miscarriages
in her neighborhood.
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