Voices of Elk Grove Video - City Council deceived by Elk Grove city staff, '5G' pro-industry consultant resident says



During their Wednesday, February 13, 2019 meeting, Elk Grove City Council Members were told they were deceived by the city staff.

That claim was leveled by Elk Grove resident and 5G technology watchdog, Mark Graham. At the center of the Graham's's claim that a consultant hired by the city for a November 2018 community forum on the placement of 5G antennas, was paid for by AT&T, one of the major corporations pushing for unfettered access to utility facilities within the city.

"The city attorney [Jonathan Hobbs] told me on January 31 that At&T paid the city $3,000 that the city then used to hire Bill Hammond," Graham said. "That is a blatant conflict of interest and the city has to correct it."

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