Some outstanding questions and clarifications.

First, a correction. At least some of the lawn signs were STOLEN not taken down by homeowners.

Not only is that breaking the law, it’s not appropriate behavior regardless of anyone’s position on the issue. Stealing a lawn sign is at least as bad as those that mislead others on informatio, or prevent people from asking questions in an open forum.

Remember, this is a community. Be civil. Be neighbors.

Other questions:

Below are some links that have NOT been reviewed by Westlake Revelations, but readers have sent in regarding health impacts of cell sites. Westlake Revelations has no idea whether they are credible references or not.

The City of Westlake Village will *not* receive revenue from the cell antenna. Any revenue would go to the water district (LVMWD).

There’s been some questions on recusal. Councilperson McSweeney has recused herself. We’ve gotten questions on recusals. The city council person “recusal rule focuses on whether or not a City Councilmember’s residence is located within 500 feet of the proposed” site because there is a presumption that it could materially affect their financial interest.

There’s a lot of confusion about the tree types and design. The tree proposed is not one of the “antiquated” designs seen along the 405 or in other areas. You can see a picture of it at the bottom of the page at:


Westlake Revelations Readers Suggested People Read:
(these have not been reviewed by Westlake Revelations, however)

National Cancer Institute on “Cellular Telephone Use and Cancer Risk”. See

“Blake Levitt is an award-winning journalist who has specialized in medical and science writing for nearly two decades. She has researched the biological effects of nonionizing radiation since the late 1970’s. A former New York Times writer, she has written widely on medical issues for both the lay and professional audience (”

“There’s a new documentary called Full Signal that is being presented at a congressional briefing for Staff (no media) on Wednesday, April 28th at 1:00 p.m., Room 2247 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington DC. ”

BioInitiative Report: A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF). See (Note: $2 access fee applies).