Two Santa Feans concerned about the potential health effects of cellphone towers say a new stealth array atop the Hotel Santa Fe has been giving them fits and causing high readings on a microwave detector since the first of the month. But an AT&T spokesman says the antennas haven’t been connected yet.
Arthur Firstenberg, known for suing a neighbor for using an iPhone, Wi-Fi and other common electronic devices, and Monica Steinhoff, an artist who runs A Sea in the Desert Gallery, 407 S. Guadalupe St., have been monitoring electromagnetic signals around the hotel with a Steinhoff’s Electrosmog meter.
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