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Fluoride's got to go 

In response to the New Times cover story “Drop By Drop” (Jan. 21), I’d like to propose that SLO citizens concerned about our water also take the necessary steps to ban fluoridation of the city’s water supply.

To borrow a statement from the commentary piece also in that issue, “Affordable Housing”: “Our city, like the county, is so consumed with immediate revenue gratification for new and ongoing programs and services that it can’t see the forest for the trees and invest in our future.”

Corruption and greed can be the only causes for someone to vote to add a poison to the community’s water supply. The research and evidence has been conclusive and accessible for too long to allow the fraud to continue.

-- Alan Navarre - San Luis Obispo

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Should Arroyo Grande use eminent domain to repair the Traffic Way bridge? 

  • Yes! The bridge serves the public, and repairs are essential.
  • No—that's private property, and seizing it is government overreach.
  • Maybe, but there's much more the city should do first.
  • What's eminent domain?

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