Marin County\u2019s moratorium on digital meter installation in unincorporated parts of the county remains in limbo. The county sheriff went on record that he would not enforce the meter ordinance. \u201cI don\u2019t believe there will be any litigation initiated at our end\u201d until a meeting with Pacific Gas & Electric representatives occurs, according to David Zaltsman, Marin County deputy counsel. PG&E did not respond to questions about Marin\u2019s ordinance; neither did Marin County sheriff, Bob Doyle. The county board of supervisors voted to halt PG&E \u201csmart\u201d meter installations last week, citing incorrect readings, invasion of privacy, and health concerns. PG&E maintains that continuing to install digital meters is in ratepayers\u2019 best interest. The utility, so far, says it expects to continue installation as planned. One small part of Marin--the Town of Fairfax--has its own in-town digital meter moratorium. That moratorium was approved Aug. 4, 2010. While PG&E has not exactly respected the ordinance, \u201cwholesale replacement has not happened,\u201d according to Michael Rock, Fairfax Town manager. Rock noted that the utility has not been intrusive. It has, however, replaced analog meters with digital meters when the old analog meters gave out, he added. The town conducted three meetings with utility representatives last fall. \u201cThey promised to give people the option for hard-wired connections\u201d after those meetings, but \u201cwe haven\u2019t heard back from them since Nov. 30,\u201d he added.