If you have SCL as your electricity provider, please write, call, and/or fax the Seattle City Council and especially your own councilmember and cc: SCL General Manager Larry Weis. If not in Seattle, then cc: your own city council along with the Seattle City Council. Those on the Energy Committee are denoted by an * after their name. Tell them you want an analog meter option (suggested letter template below). Please consider both emails and phone calls if you have time.
Fax: 206-684-8587, ATTN: Seattle City Council Members
Sally Bagshaw: 206-684-8801, email@example.com
Tim Burgess: 206-684-8806, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Harrell: 206-684-8804, email@example.com
Lisa Herbold: 206-684-8803, Lisa.Herbold@seattle.gov
Mike O’Brien: 206-684-8800, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Johnson: 206-684-8808, Rob.Johnson@seattle.gov
Larry Weis: 206-684-3200, Larry.Weis@seattle.gov
More contacts and suggestions:
Those who have had success also included Maura Brueger, Peter Holmes, and the Seattle City Council (SCC) aides Ted Verdone and Alex Clardy.
Maura Brueger (Council Liaison for City Light), 206-684-3015, Maura.Brueger@seattle.gov
Peter Holmes (the Seattle city attorney), email@example.com
Ted Virdone (Sawant’s aide), firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Clardy (Herbold’s aide), email@example.com
For people who are NOT able to opt out we strongly suggest to begin keeping a diary or dated notes regarding any unusual electrical activity (this could include surges that damage appliances) in your house or anything else that may be related to the install of the new meter, as well as communications with SCL or City Council regarding meters.
Note health changes, bill changes (be sure to compare apples to apples), environmental (trees, shrubbery wilting, birds abandoning nests, bee hive collapse), pet issues (behavior, health)