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To opt out or not to opt out, that’s the question many Sedona residents are asking themselves these days.John Neville speaks about the benefits of smart meters at Yavapai College on Wednesday, March 5. Sedona City Councilwoman Barbara Litrell spoke in opposition.

More than 100 people turned out on Wednesday, March 5, to hear a debate on the issue. The event, held at Yavapai College, was part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s monthly Lunch and Learn program.

The two discussing both sides of the smart meter issue were John Neville, the outgoing president of Sustainable Arizona, and Sedona City Councilwoman Barbara Litrell, who stressed that she was speaking only for herself and not on behalf of the city or staff.

For the full story, see the Friday, March 7, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.

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  • Jerilee Auclair

    How Smart is Radiation? Are you aware that every form of wireless transmits BY Radiation? Did you know that Radiation is Cumulative and that there is no Cure for Radiation?" So when you buy wireless electronics, allow Smart Meters to be installed on your home, usually without your consent, think being connected to a universal Grid that simultaneously grabs your personal data AND steals your health.... How Smart is That?

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