6. What is the decision to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Why can't an agency add statewide Type II actions from 6 NYCRR Part to their. The proposed amendments will update Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations (6 NYCRR), Part Scope. Of particular. The City submits notices required under SEQR regulations (6 NYCRR Part ), such as Type I Negative Declarations and EIS, on the Environmental Notice.


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The Lead Agency conducting the SEQR review must determine if a proposed action 6 nycrr part 617 or will not have significant adverse impacts on the environment. Impacts must be evaluated for both severity and importance.

Determinations of significance must be based on information provided by the project sponsor in an EAF, other supporting documents and comments from any involved agencies and the public. Determinations can include a Negative Declaration which is a final step in the review or a Positive Declaration which require the preparation of an EIS before agency decisions may be made regarding the action.

Base station equipment, replete 6 nycrr part 617 radiation warning signs, at the base of a utility pole can be in a park, along a street- anywhere accessible by children. The FCC put out a request for comment on standards in Four years later, they still have not acted on the over comments [6]many of which stated that the standards are grossly inadequate.

The FCC should not be promoting any rollouts of more transmitters at this time.

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The FCC also uses standards that were set on the basis of only four studies of acute not chronic exposures to what appear to be rhesus, macaque and squirrel monkeys and possibly some rats.

In other words, the standards were not set on the basis of 6 nycrr part 617 exposures to humans which existed in the literature 6 nycrr part 617 the time the standards were adopted in and the DOI points out that they were out-of-date when adopted: IEEE subcommittee 4 focused on evidence of behavioral disruption under acute exposures…Because the threshold for disruption in non-human primates always exceeded a whole-body SAR of 3.

I suggest to you that there is no other such agent or substance. There is no checking by the FCC; the industry is left to self-regulate when there is no local oversight. In cases of colocation on sites with existing antennaethere needs to be a proper review conducted to make sure sites are in compliance.

Furthermore, on an electric pole now, there are electric lines, phone lines, 5G small cells, 6 nycrr part 617 a smart meter, cooling fans, batteries and other electrical equipment.

What of the workers who must service any of this equipment at any given time?

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If the workers are breaching even the inadequate FCC limits, something that is quite possible with such close proximity and colocation, they are being set up for serious health problems. The UK health protection agency apparently has warned that firefighters 6 nycrr part 617 cook their eyeballs by being on a roof with cell towers blaring.

Who is watching 6 nycrr part 617 for the phone workers, the electric line workers and those serving the 5G unit or smart meter? Is this just an externality to be borne by the injured and the insurance companies when they do pay out?

This figure was discerned 15 years ago prior to the levels created by the rollouts that have ensued since, some of which will be dwarfed by the rollout of 5G. The EU stated in a resolution [13] that this population is growing exponentially. The cities of Boston and Philadelphia also referenced this population in their comment to 6 nycrr part 617 FCC and pointed out that further transmitter rollouts would create access barriers for this population.


People 6 nycrr part 617 the right to access their homes and the right to access public places. Having people shuttered in their homes and telecommuting is not reasonable when they must access critical institutions like a court or hospital or education.


Getting emergency medical care cannot be done remotely if there are too many transmitters in or on the building etc. One needs to show up in person.

If certain people then cannot access most neighborhoods, where will they live?