Highland Park takes down anti-fluoride posters that calls city's water 'poison'By Sue Ter Maat
Nov. 09, 2010
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Two posters plastered to city telephone poles claiming “there is poison in the tap water” recently prompted city officials to assure residents the city’s water supply is safe.
A international anti-fluoride campaign appears to have hit the city after water treatment plant workers found the posters, said Annette Cardisff, assistant to the city’s public works director.
The yellow and black posters implied the city’s fluoridation process is tantamount to putting poison into the water supply.