by Mitch Lehman
More than three dozen parents packed the San Marino Unified School District office on Tuesday night to voice their opposition to the two cell phone towers that are located on SMUSD property – one at Valentine Elementary School and another at SMHS.
Supporters of their removal, who claim to have collected almost two hundred and fifty signatures backing the movement, distributed bumper stickers in the parking lot after hearing a presentation from Andrew Thatcher, who was retained by the SMUSD to deliver a report on radiation levels at the schools.
Ironically, according to Thatcher’s data, the facility where the highest readings were recorded was Carver Elementary School, which receives output from a cell tower located at the nearby Masonic Hall.
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