Friday, October 9, 2015

City Manager Gets High Marks...



The City Manager of Battle Creek, Rebecca Fleury, got "high marks" on her first year evaluation as the city manager. That story here.
However... 

Fleury has been announcing at the City of Battle Creek City Commission meetings that "we" are working on a smart meter "opt-out" program.  She's said it a few times now, yet the opt-out program has not yet manifested.    

We actually never opted-in to the smart meter program in the first place.  The City of Battle Creek smart meter water meters were unlawfully installed on our property, according to Michigan Act 328 of 1931750.539d. 

Smart meters are a radio transmitting device that record and transmit data.  The City of Battle Creek Water Department admits to that.  And it is unlawful to install a device in a private place that records and transmits without consent.

But the City of Battle Creek installed recording and transmitting smart meter devices without our consent.

Some citizens of Battle Creek have been threatened with water shut-off if they did not accept a recording and transmitting smart meter device.

Almost three months ago, Perry L. Hart of the City of Battle Creek Water Department, also told us they were working on an opt-out program.

Yet to date, an opt-out program for the City of Battle Creek Water Department has not manifested. 

The meters remain in place, despite numerous requests to the water department to remove them. 

In my opinion, Rebecca Fleury and the City of Battle Creek Water Department both have not been doing their jobs in this regard.

May We All Be Blessed!


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