A moratorium on the installation of Pacific Gas & Electric smart meters was renewed Tuesday by county supervisors to allow time for the state utilities regulator to develop policies for individuals, and possibly communities, choosing to opt out. Bans of the wireless meter now exist in over a dozen towns, cities and counties in California, including Sebastopol and Fairfax . . .

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