Port Angeles: PUD tells city of some customers' concerns about fluoride in water


Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES -- The Clallam County Public Utility District has forwarded more of its customers' concerns about fluoridation to City Hall as the city considers an appeal on adding fluoride to the city's water supply.

PUD General Manager Dennis Bickford on Tuesday sent copies of petitions and letters from customers to city Community Development Director Brad Collins for his review in making an environmental determination on the fluoridation decision.

The PUD Board of Commissioners has taken no position on fluoride but has heard numerous comments from customers concerned about the impact city fluoridation might have on PUD drinking water, Bickford said.

He wrote a similar letter to the city in November conveying customers' concerns.

About 3,500 PUD customers who live east of Port Angeles could receive fluoridated drinking water when the city implements its February 2003 decision to add the compound to its water supply.



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