I shared smart meter stories of fires, illness, over-charging, and cyber security threats. Month after month, after month I went and shared.
I asked them to pass a Resolution supporting House Bill 4916, the Analog Utility Meter Choice bill, which allows public utility customers to keep analog (non-electronic) public utility meters without having to pay extra to do so. After all, the old analog meters have been around for eons and didn't make people sick, start fires, over-charge, or create a cyber security threat.
They just wanted to "agree to disagree" with me.
(allegedly), he said to her sternly...
I do not want to get involved."
I don't know how long he talked to them, but eventually the two cadets also left peacefully, and without delivering the subpoena to me.
If they wanted to subpoena me, I said, everyone seated up front facing the incident during that city commission meeting needed to be subpoenaed as well. She agreed.
Such a deal.
*When I use the term "smart meter," I am referring to ALL new non-analog pubic utility meters. They've been called a lot of different things, and the names have changed a few times. But the one thing they all have in common is that they are electronic and not analog.