Category Archives: Water

Articles regarding our water supply and H2O.

PVIA Update – Acquired the piece of paper

Yes, after a bit of fanfare, I met the manager today at Wister Water Department and acquired the piece of paper. He was sitting at his desk working on creating his fly fishing. He was going on vacation soon and … Continue reading

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RE: Poteau Valley Improvement Authority July 26

Appears the self addressed stamp envelop did not work. Here is the official reply. https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B0uog0tfCKJrQnNobzItS2lNRk0 I wonder what they would say if I showed up with my personal scanner and PC, by passing the 25 cent copy rule? Fortunately I … Continue reading

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My experience today on gaining information

Since I was up at 3:30 a.m.  this morning, I built my draft to the Water Board. Awhile back, I attended and made a comment or two to the board regarding my concern with fluoride in the water to be … Continue reading

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Interview with Dr. John Colquhoun

Toxic Consumption

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Professional Perspectives on Water Fluoridation

Toxic Consumption

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Everett City Council wearies of anti-fluoride activists

Interesting back and forth debate regarding fluoridated water in Everett City Council. It appears some in the community of Everett City continues to fight in the removal of the toxic fluoride within the public drinking water. “In the past year, … Continue reading

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Major Progress at Eliminating Fluoride in Water Supplies

The Anti-Fluoride Revolution has been essential in removing the toxic fluoride from public water supplies. “Story at-a-glance So far at least 53 communities with 3.5 million residents have been freed from fluoridation. Since 1990, more than 300 communities have “beat … Continue reading

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