Norfolk citizens have said no to fluoridating the city water supply — again. Norfolk dentist Dr. Jim Doyle is disappointed in Tuesday’s vote saying “we did the best we could and this is what we end up with. That’s the way it is.” The unofficial vote count was 2,249 against fluoridation to 1,791 in favor. Opponent the Reverend Arin Hess says citizens have spoken for a third time. He tells 106 KIX NEWS the people have certainly expressed what their feelings are. Tuesday’s vote was mandated by state law. Cities with a population of 1,000 or more were to put water fluoridation to a vote of the people. Norfolk voters turned down previous fluoridation issues in 1974 and again in 1998.