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Cynthia Haynes is recognized by PG&E for her work in community

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Cynthia Haynes

Posted: Friday, December 31, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:32 am, Fri Dec 31, 2010.

Cynthia Haynes, CEO of the Clements-Lockeford Chamber of Commerce, was honored by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for her volunteer work for the chamber and Hospice of San Joaquin.

Haynes is one of five PG&E employees throughout California to receive the Frederick Mielke Award for community volunteerism. The utility gave her $5,000 to donate to a charity of her choice. She selected Hospice of San Joaquin, which provides medical and care for families of terminally ill patients.

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  • Bob Bechill posted at 10:14 am on Sat, Jan 1, 2011.

    Bob Bechill Posts: 41

    Well done Cynthia and congrats!

  • Robert Williams posted at 11:42 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Robert Williams Posts: 1


    Amazing woman. Only concerned about her being deceived by PG&E.


    1. Wireless Smart Meters have tremendous $$$$$ advantages for PG&E (not shared with customers) and NO advantages for customers, only DISADVANTAGES.

    Twenty-four cities and counties in California that brought in independent scientists found that the wireless smart meters are a disaster and they have passed various ordinances, petitions and resolutions to stop WIRELESS smart meters.

    The pulsed signal radiation coming from the Wireless smart meters actually has been shown to damage cells, break DNA chains and break the blood brain barrier that serves to keep the brain protected from elements that the blood can handle, but the brain cannot. CHILDREN ARE MOST AFFECTED DUE TO THEIR THINNER AND STILL DEVELOPING SKULLS.

    2. PG&E is doing everything in their power hiring PR firms to pretend that the meters are emitting less radiation than cell phones. Everything PG&E is saying is a lie.

    3. Even the information that customers are supposed to get is a lie. The information from Wireless smart meters is NOT real-time, so customers have to go on-line and look at bar graphs of PAST usage. Economists have identified that less than 1 person in 100 will even attempt to do such a thing and that no one will save energy or reduce their bills with Wireless smart meters.

    4. The detailed information about customer usage will be used by the utility company to know customer demand better and rates will increase. PG$E will make more $$$$$$ for the same amount of energy supplied. PG&E will take advantage of the times and ways that customers cannot change their usage, and raise prices most for those times and ways that customers have no options.

    5. There are major privacy concerns with every move in our homes being known by PG&E and by those who access that information. There are problems with security and it turns out that Wireless meters will use more energy than PG$E pretends they will save.

    It is a huge scam for PG$E and at the expense of the customers.

    6. If you are interested, here are some short videos that tell about it.


    1. Insurance Companies Won't Insure Wireless Device Health Risks (3 minutes, 13 seconds)

    2. Microwave radiation dangers in our home (6 minutes, 20 seconds)

    3. Truth about Smart Meters - Dr. Karl Maret, MD, Biomedical Engineer
    (Dr. Maret's presentation begins at 23:40 on the video telecast).

    4. Radiation Measured From Smart Meter Mounted On A Home (6 minutes, 21 seconds)

    5. Skyrocketing Utility Bills after smart meter installation (3 minutes, 19 seconds)

    6. Wounded by Wireless Smart Meters (14 minutes, 19 seconds)

    7. WiFi in schools dangerous for students (14 minutes, 32 seconds)



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