The issue of flouride [sic] in Muskoka’s drinking water could return to District Council. Under District rules, an issue can only return for debate six months after its last go round. That time period has passed and on Monday, Huntsville Councillor Fran Coleman reminded her peers that a new letter from anti-flouride activists has been sent to council. She suggested they could address the issue once again. Gravenhurst Councillor Sandy Cairns says concerned members of council can always contact the Health Unit’s Dr. Charles Gardiner to learn more about the effects of putting flouride [sic] in drinking water. It’s not known if further debate will happen, but it could.