Smart Meter Awareness
Naperville, IL 

Informing the community about the risks of smart meters



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to stop smart meters in Naperville


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Local Links 

IL Attorney General 


Dr. Mercola Interview  


City Council  

Customer Privacy  


Assault on Information  


Why the rush?  


City Council: Debt   


Residents have NO options 


National Links

Stop Smart Meters 


EMF Safety Network 


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World Health Organization 


National Initiative  


Center for Wireless Saftey  

AARP Weighs In 


CT Attorney General 


Opposition in CA  


Video Links


WiFi Is Not Safe For Kids

WiFi Is Not Safe  

For Kids

Smart Meters 100x Radiation Exposure of a Cell Phone

Smart Meters 100x Radiation Exposure of a Cell Phone

Harvard Physician Warns...

Harvard Physician Warns...


The Dark Side of 'Smart' Meters

The Dark Side of 'Smart' Meters

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The Truth behind  

Naperville's Smart Meter Debate 


Naperville Smart Meters
Naperville Smart Meters


The following statements were shared by a resident who engaged Councilman Chirico about the smart meter debate.


"Regarding your statement that most people you have spoken to don't know anything about SM; I think that says it all. If this were truly an important public debate or controversy then you would not being receiving the response you are getting after it has been public for 18 months. The fact is, this is a non issue to most people.... "


"I speak to hundreds of people regarding SM and I have not heard one concern from the general public...How could we be experiencing
such a different response on the same topic? Simple. When I speak to people I give them factual information." 


Councilman Chirico can be reached at
or join us at the next council meeting to tell him in person how you feel.

Save the Date    
Tuesday, October 18, 7 pm
City Hall, 400 S Eagle St, Naperville

At October 4th's council meeting hundreds of residents showed up to express their concerns.  Even still, the council believes they can move forward with this project without the input of the public.

The council will also be discussing a proposal from AT&T to afix cell antennas to the light poles in our city.   Click to see the October 7
manager's memorandum (last item in the packet).

Our response to council has been the following:

"We suggest and request that you not move to consider the AT&T antennas until the smart meter debate has been resolved and you have ample time to get input from the public about their willingness to have cell antennas right outside their homes.  We hope that you will share both sides of the research, so that residents can make informed choices.

Considering the smart meter debacle, it would be disingenuous for the council to even consider this project, yet alone pursue it with out ample public awareness. We recommend direct contact via letter to each residence within 1 mile of each proposed antenna."

Once again, we invite you to join us to weigh in on this and the smart meter project. 

This our government.  We are able to decide.  We must be willing to  voice our concerns.

Meet at city hall by 6:45 pm. Let us know if you will be joining us:  or call Jennifer 630-579-0659

Sign the Petition


Tell the city to stop the install of  

smart meters in Naperville.


Sign the On-line Petition  

or contact us to sign a paper petition.


Over 1000 residents and business owners have already signed on and the list grows everyday.


Click here to request a yard sign. 



Naperville Smart Meter Awareness is a group of concerned citizens educating the public about the risks of wireless smart meters. We are comprised of lawyers, technology professionals, health advocates, accountants, business owners and parents in our community.


Smart meters are to be installed in Naperville starting this summer and pose risks in the areas of privacy, costs, security, and health. Our mission is to educate the residents of Naperville by bringing all pertinent information to the public and in doing so, advocate for a smarter solution in Naperville.

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