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Columbia Gas to begin using automated meters

February 2, 2013

LISBON — Columbia Gas of Ohio announced this week it will begin monthly readings using the new automated meter readers (AMR) installed over the past year in its Great Trail operating region, which......

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Feb-03-13 7:24 AM

Smart meters record and transmit usage data to the electric company. Read: 24 hour surveillance of your home. UnConstitutional. They can tell what you are using, and when.

Modern appliances, including your a/c, can be turned off from the power company during peak usage if they see fit. Tough noogies if your old and suffering in the heat.

More info: jerryday.c om/

Page down once to the 'public affairs' section and read lots o' stuff.

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Feb-02-13 5:51 PM

Seems like I heard that with the smart meter, Edison has control of your usage during peak hours. How I don't know, originally it was thought they could control your thermostat. Don't know if any of that was true, but considering the way things are going I wouldn't trust them. Remember the light bulbs!

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Feb-02-13 8:34 AM

why not?

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Feb-02-13 5:43 AM

Do not allow the electric company to install a smart meter on your house.

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Feb-02-13 1:20 AM

Yay! I can't wait to see those lower costs reflected on my Gas bill. Right? Right?

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