- (Sent Certified Mail October 11, 2011)
- Dear Raul;
- Last night, October 11 at 2:33 A.M,. I took this picture
of my daughter Kelsea who has Down Syndrome and is dependent on electricity
to breath at night. SDG&E has read our Analog meter up to and including
Sept. 28 as per my request and we have paid our bill in full as usual.
The Analog Meter was professionally installed on Sept. 13, 2011 after our
request to remove the Smart Meter for health reasons was not acted upon.
- At all times SGD&E had been notified of our
intentions and SDG&E has honored our request to have a Meter Reader
come out and has subsequently billed us for the period of time on our Analog.
In your letter dated September 30, 2011 you accuse us of possessing the
SDG&E Smart Meter.
- "The meter you removed is SDG&E's property."
Your technician Tracy has that Smart Meter in SDG&E's possession.
We do not have your Smart Meter.
- SDG&E was complicit.
- SDG&E cannot disconnect our power and jeopardize
our daughter's life not to mention her electrosensitivity to Smart
Meters which are proven to cause cardiac arrhythmias. She has heart disease.
She requires an Analog Meter.
- Please consider we are installing solar in three weeks
and 40 to 50% of our power will be solar. Ken at SDG&E has assured
me that an Analog meter will be installed at that time.
- However, we will remove the cage today ONLY to have SDG&E
install the Analog Meter not the "Smart Meter" a medically
dangerous electronic device. The panel will be ready after noon today,
October 11, 2011 for the Analog Meter. As you can see the aggressive nature
of your field technicians with the Smart Meter on Monday, October 10, 2011
made it necessary to install the cage. Please send a technician to install
an Analog Meter today or the nearest convenient date.