“I don’t want 5G anywhere in the city,” Encinitas Residents Erupt

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The Encinitas City Council has fallen in line with a controversial Federal Communications Commission ruling that orders cities around the nation to remove any obstacles preventing the fast install of 5G technology. But residents and activists in the city alike are contesting and protesting the move, citing a slew of 5G health concerns as evidence to slow down the installation process until more studies can show the technology as safe.

“I don’t want 5G anywhere in the city,” Encinitas resident Lindsy Richards said, according to a report in the San Diego Tribune.