… Two years ago, the Napa County grand jury recommended that the city look for outside funding to add fluoride to the city’s water supply. The city continues to believe that this expensive proposition should not be the water division’s top priority.

“We have plenty of things we need to invest in,” Eldredge said. “If we’re pursuing grants, we would pursue them to fund some of our higher priorities,” such as treating the water supply with ozone, which breaks down pharmaceuticals and other contaminants that can end up in the water…

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