0:00 - Joshua Parker's intro and explanation of what's going on right now in the fight against 5G big picture vs local.
6:40 - Betty Taylor is the first City Council member who I clipped from the 5G Work Session because I think she is the most astute of the council members and seems to care the most about protecting the public.
9:40 - City Council member Greg Evans asks the question "What if we approve an ordinance essentially prohibiting these (small cell antennas) in residential areas? Basically take on the federal government."
(editors note - I edited out the city attorney's reply because hey - this is my video and I can do that ;-) and frankly it is my and plenty of other local people's opinion that she is a weak attorney. Plus she speaks a bunch of legal hyperbole that is frankly boring and wouldn't do justice to making a video like this interesting).
9:55 - 5th Generation millimeter wave technology does not exist yet in our community...
10:04 - City Council member Jennifer Yeh responds to the statement above.
11:24 - City Council member Emily Semple speaks to the concerns of the local residents and some of the political stuff that blocks decision making until it is too late.
13:10 - City Council member Better Taylor comments about the aesthetic question and about the removal of an "unsightly" small cell installation which has been installed. Also responses from city attorney and others.
16:13 - Ethan Nelson comments about two bills HR530 and SB2021 about FCC overstepping of authority on siting of small cell antennas but not specific to 5G concerns.
16:55 - Public testimony starts and these clips continue until the close of this video.