"The Councillor for the Environment, James Steward, has confirmed that the City Council of Olvera (population 8,585), in the province of Cadiz, Spain, has unanimously approved declaration of the town as an "Electromagnetic Pollution-Free Municipality".
All political parties united to vote for ensuring a safe and healthy environment for the villagers.
There are no other official records of municipalities having taken the same type of decision. Cartagena, Murcia and several villages in neighboring provinces have called for similar action but have not made any progress.
Commenting on this news, Environmental Councilman James Waiter said, “As our town is small, we have the typical problem of masts on rooftops, while the urban landscape is paved with concrete towers burdened with illegally installed antennas which we intend to have removed immediately.”
Every day, this issue takes on greater magnitude. Just last week, the media released a story about a former flight attendant and a former technical director of a university, both of French origin, who became refugees living in a cave in the Alps to protect themselves from the “unbearable pain” produced by electromagnetic waves."