Wire-Idaho Events

“WIRE IDAHO” meets monthly in Priest River and Coeur d’Alene!
Second Sunday of the month. Potluck and visiting begins at 1:00 PM. Meeting starts promptly at 1:30. No cell phones please.

Priest River: 381 N 4th Street, White church across from Priest River Elementary. No pork or shellfish according to church rules. Meetings in June, August, October, December

Coeur d’ Alene: 909 Best Ave, Altar Church, corner of Best (Apple Way) and 9th.
Meetings in July, September, November.

For more information, email us at: wireidaho@protonmail.com.

Upcoming Events

  1. Sunday, August 8, 2021 – Potluck lunch 1pm – Meeting begins at 1:30pm, White Church, 381 N. 4th St., Priest River, across from PR Elementary
  2. Sunday, September 11, 2021 – Potluck lunch 1pm – Meeting begins at 1:30pm sharp, Altar Church, 909 Best Ave., Couer d’Alene,

Learn the Lingo

  • RF-EMR = Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation – pulsed, data-modulated,
  • EMF = Electromagnetic Fields (electromagnetic radiation)
  • ERP = Effective Radiated Power
  • WTF = Wireless Telecommunications Facility (i.e. a Cell Tower of any size with any “G”)

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Wire Idaho – The Best Solution for Idaho

A group of enlightened residents have educated themselves on the topic of wireless radiation and have identified experts that are helping us advocate for an extremely important infrastructure decision that will help preserve our freedom, health and prosperity for generations to come: BIG DATA via Fiber Optic & only calls/texts via wireless.

We cannot accept the outrageous wireless industry strategy that is attempting to place so-called 5G “small cells” (Wireless Telecommunications Facilities or “sWTFs”) in the public rights-of-way directly in front of our homes, schools and parks. If we allow this to happen it will be a disaster because the electromagnetic radiation being transmitted through-the-air will pour into our homes, schools, workplaces, etc. This radiation can be 25 million times higher than needed for a 5-bar telecommunication service (wireless calls & texts).

Planning Commissioner

  1. Mike Becker, Chair (no vote?)
  2. Ron Sanpert
  3. Tyler Dreschel
  4. Kaitlin O’Brien