Fluoride Townhall Meeting In Salina Monday
KSAL Staff - November 3, 2013 7:34 pm
A $1.2 million federal project to upgrade a concrete installation in the Smoky Hill River will help ensure that a section of the river will flow into Salina's water supply.
A townhall meeting on the topic of fluoride and Salina water will be held Monday evening.
The City of Salina will hold an open public forum to discuss water fluoridation. Pro-fluoridation and anti-fluoridation panels will have 30 minutes each for presentations. They will then take questions and comments from the public.
Members of a group called “Salina Cares” previously requested that the meeting be held.
“Salina Cares” is working towards ending fluoridation of the City of Salina public water supply. The group believes that fluoride does more harm than good, and wants the city to immediately stop adding fluoride to the water.
The forum Monday evening will be moderated by Eggers & Zimmerman Law & Mediation. Anyone interested in the topic to attend.
The event will be from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday at the Salina-City County Building.