EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – Many disparate items, ranging from the discontinuation of the water fluoridation to East Brunswick’s non-status as a “sanctuary city,” were discussed, approved, denied and tabled at this week’s meeting of the East Brunswick Township Council.
… “East Brunswick will not continue to purchase fluoride,” said Councilman Michael Spadafino, chairman of the Health Advisory Committee. The use of fluoridation has long been a subject of discussion at East Brunswick Council meetings. He also noted that East Brunswick will join the statewide “Mayor’s Wellness Healthy Town” initiative…
• This excerpt is from an online article titled “EB Township Council: Busy, Contentious Meeting Starts Budget Process”, at https://www.tapinto.net/towns/east-brunswick/articles/eb-township-council-busy-contentious-meeting-s
April 15, 2015, Activist enters fluoride debate in East Brunswick
• April 2015, East Brunswick TV, Wellness Spotlight: A Discussion on Fluoride and whether East Brunswick, NJ, should continue to fluoridate its water, sponsored by the East Brunswick Health Policy Council with Paul Connett, PhD (Exec Director of Fluoride Action Network), Richard B. Kahn (Past-President of the NJ Dental Association), and David P. Lonski, Attorney.
March 25, 2015, Fluoride debate continues in East Brunswick
February 12, 2015, East Brunswick to end fluoridation