A petition drive seeking the fluoridation of Wichita’s water supply has been declared successful, giving the City Council two options: either approve fluoridation or let the city’s residents decide in November whether they want it.
The council will discuss the options at its meeting Tuesday, and public comment will be allowed. The meeting starts at 9 a.m.
“I think it will be a pretty extensive conversation,” City Manager Bob Layton said. “From talking to the council members, they’ve received a lot of e-mails, so they expect significant public comment.”
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