On the Nov. 4 General Election ballot, city voters will be asked whether a new section should be added to chapter 70 of the city’s code of ordinances to re-establish adding fluoride to the water system. The new section would read:

“For the purpose of promoting public health through prevention of dental disease, the city manager is hereby directed to establish and maintain fluoride levels in the city’s waterworks system as prescribed by the State of Michigan. The city manager shall establish a testing program that accurately shows fluoride levels in the public water supply on a monthly basis and those results shall be posted on the city website within 30 days after the test results have been obtained.”

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