The City of San Marcos announced that today, Nov. 12th, industrial waste will no longer be added to the water supply, and that their water will drop to natural fluoride levels within 3 days.
“At the request of the City of San Marcos, the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA), operator of the City of San Marcos Water Treatment Plant (WTP), will terminate the practice of adding fluoride to the drinking water treated at the plant. Fluoride addition is planned to stop Nov. 12 and fluoride levels will drop to natural levels within a few days throughout the City distribution system.”
Our victory extends to Kyle and Buda as well.
“The San Marcos WTP also supplies water to other municipalities and water utilities through its I-35 pipeline. GBRA officials have notified those customers, including Kyle, Buda, Sunfield, Goforth S.U.D., and Monarch of the fluoride changes precipitated by the San Marcos vote.”
Official Announcement: http://www.ci.san-marcos.tx.us/index.aspx?recordid=3739&page=102
From Justin Arman, TAG ED., “I wanted to personally thank the City of San Marcos for working expeditiously to transition to a Clean Water City as well as yielding to this new charter amendment without any funny business. I also wanted to thank Sam Brannon for his watchful eye making sure the City delivered on its requirements.”