Smart Meters, DEW’s & The Rothschild Plan For Global Genocide with Deborah Tavares

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FIRE OFFICIALS – We Are “NOT” PREPARED – More WILL Burn CALIFORNIA BURNING – SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING a MUST WATCH

Streamed Live January 26, 2018 in Santa Rosa, California AFTER Santa Rosa BURNED . . .
Headlines:   SIERRA FIRES…”ONE Fire Event Away”?!
Sen. Mike McGuire fears  “Sierra fire”, “fires threatening entire cities”, “fires in Dec. in wet areas”.
Video is from Ca. Senate Meeting Jan. 26, 2018 held in Santa Rosa, Ca. on ENERGY, UTILITIES AND COMMUNICATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON GAS, ELECTRIC AND TRANSPORTATION SAFETY.
Deborah Tavares Presents Oral Comments at 1:05.30 AND 3:54.22
Meeting panel included Ca. Senator Mike McGuire, CALFire Chief Ken Pimlott, President Cal. Public Utilities Commission Michael Picker, and more.
1:00.02  “We are one event away in the Sierra from having an uncontrollable firestorm.”
1:00.15 “I think you said in a previous hearing [this would be] – the potential worst crisis in your career’s history, and you’ve had a lot of bad ones.”
1:01.07 “We are not prepared.”
1:01.23 “We had fires at Christmastime in 2015 in Humboldt County, which is one of the wettest spots on earth.”
1:50.40 “we know that the disasters that we’ve had continue to stare us down because it’s gonna happen again…”
1:51.13  “because it’s not just about new development.  Coffee Park is two miles into the city. If you live in Larkfield or if you live in Coffee Park, what you always thought was…. we always thought we were going to be hit with an earthquake.”
1:51:30 “There is no way in hell that we thought that 1300 homes would be burned down in Coffee Park – it was impossible. There’s no Wildland Interface, it’s across 6 lanes of a highway, and there’s a lot of pavement in between where Coffee Park and where that fire came from Calistoga.”
1:51:58 “Where I think our new normal is…the size and scope and the severity of those wildland fire events, now are coming in and threatening entire cities, that just 10 years ago would have never thought something like this could have happened.”
2:54:00 List to PG&E discuss turning the power off and why the utility did not de-energize the grid
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Killer’s note says he was bombarded by ultrasonic waves | The Sacramento Bee

https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article224472155.html

EXCERPT:

“The Davis Police department has been hitting me with ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking. I notified the press, internal affairs, and even the FBI about it. I am highly sensitive to its affect (sic) on my inner ear. I did my best to appease them, but they have continued for years and I can’t live this way anymore.”

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SOLAR-Plus Storage . . .Hawaiian Electric Announces ‘Mind-Blowing’ Solar-Plus-Storage Contracts | Greentech Media

https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/hawaiian-electric-industries-announces-mind-blowing-solar-plus-storage-cont#gs.Wbq2TtJB

EXCERPT:
 
On Hawaii Island, renewable generation reached 57 percent. Hawaiian Electric is currently updating its numbers for 2018, but spokesperson Peter Rosegg said thevolcanic eruption on Hawaii Island — which took out a 38-megawatt geothermal plant — means its renewable portfolio standard will be relatively unchanged. The company said it’s still on track to reach its RPS milestone of 30 percent by 2020.
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PG&E to ABORT Current Utility Model for SPACE: Michael R. Peevey Appointed to the Solaren Board of Advisors : Solaren

Michael R. Peevey Appointed to the Solaren Board of Advisors

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ELECTRICITY from SPACE and PG&E: Solaren Corporation Announces the Next Phase of their Space Solar Development Program : Solaren

Solaren Corporation Announces the Next Phase of their Space Solar Development Program

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PG&E NEW PLANS: ELECTRICITY from SPACE SOLAR POWER PLANTS: Solaren Space Solar Excels in Environmental Comparison of Baseload Power Plants : Solaren

Solaren Space Solar Excels in Environmental Comparison of Baseload Power Plants

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WATER TAX HEIST: California’s, Gavin Newsom’s budget calls for new tax on drinking water – Tax on water NOT fit to drink . . .

The water is polluted!  All OUR secondary water supply is polluted . . .
 
We are and have been served up water from the secondary water supply, rain and snow melt. 
 
Rain and snow melt is captured in reservoirs after running over land that is contaminated with poisonous toxins from the OVERHEAD aerosol spraying and then flows over land saturated with fertilizers, and more. Then water treatment chemicals are added before being pumped into your municipal drinking water.  

Read more “WATER TAX HEIST: California’s, Gavin Newsom’s budget calls for new tax on drinking water – Tax on water NOT fit to drink . . .”

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COASTAL MARINE DIE-OFF LIST: California abalone season sunk until 2021 to give stressed population time to rebuild and Crabs and Coral

https://www.sfchronicle.com/food/article/No-abalone-diving-allowed-in-California-until-2021-13460882.php

California abalone season sunk until 2021 to give stressed population time to rebuild

Commercial Dungeness Crab Season to Open in Sonoma County

https://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/northbay/sonomacounty/9105103-181/sonoma-marin-commercial-crab-december-2018

California North Coast fleet scrambling to get crab on the table for Christmas

https://www.noaa.gov/media-release/remote-coral-reefs-in-better-condition-than-those-near-human-populations-in-us-pacific

Remote coral reefs in better condition than those near human populations in U.S. Pacific

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SMART WATER METERS: Baltimore Uses Smart Meters to Transform Water Billing

http://www.govtech.com/fs/Baltimore-Md-Uses-Smart-Meters-to-Transform-Water-Billing.html

(TNS) — The head of Baltimore’s water department told City Council members Wednesday that he expects the problem of disputed water bills to be greatly improved next year thanks to the rollout of smart-meter technology.

Rudy Chow, the city’s director of public works, told the council’s Budget and Appropriations Committee that the department has progressed significantly in his six years running it.

“We are making a tremendous amount of progress in terms of getting ourselves into a steady state where water billing isn’t a problem on the technology end or customer service,” he said.

The city introduced new meters in October that can measure how much water a customer uses hour by hour and beam back information to the water department wirelessly. It also began sending customers monthly bills at that time. Previously, the department’s crews were deployed to read meters every three months.

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