… In other water plant business, council may vote Monday on whether to add fluoride to its water when the new plant is constructed. Members want residents’ input.
The borough’s current plant uses the chemical, which is commonly added to public water supplies to reduce tooth decay.
Council Vice President Jerry Miklos said nixing fluoride would offer a minor cost savings because less equipment would be used.
His main concern was whether it was right to include the chemical in the public water supply.
… Council meets at 6 p.m. Monday in the Ford City Public Library, 1000 Fourth Ave.