Dallas For Safer Water
Dallas City Council Meetings
A vote by the City Council which decides this issue of Fluoridated Drinking Water took place on January 28th, 2015.
We needed 8 City Council Members of the 15 to vote AGAINST FLUORIDATION.
Activists have been approaching the Dallas City Council for over a year.
Below is a collection of videos which show these presentations.
You will also notice that some City Council Members remain very uninformed about the issue and about the basic facts and about the hundreds of peer reviewed scientific studies.
See the "Home Page" on what you can do, no matter where you live. https://www.dogsagainstfluoridation.com/
On the morning of Wednesday January 28, 2015
Dallas City Council Voted on the
Water Fluoridation Issue
~~~~~~ VIDEO ~~~~~~
Dallas City Council Votes to
Renew 3 Year Fluoride Contract
“Dallas City Council Votes to Renew 3 Year Fluoride Contract (Austin video copy)”
35 minutes FULL ACCOUNT on Jan 28th – Includes Item 44 VOTE on Fluoride with Pro-Fluoride Dentists speaking.
FluorideFreeAustin YOUTUBE http://youtu.be/FSxT24z-D5A
Ignoring public opinion, the Dallas City Council voted 12-2 to continue adding industrial waste fluorosilicic acid to Dallas' already naturally-fluoridated water.
About Item # 44
Authorize a three-year master agreement for the purchase of hydrofluosilicic acid to be used for the treatment of potable water Mosaic Crop Nutrition, LLC, lowest responsible bidder of three - Not to exceed $1,060,800 - Financing: Water Utilities Current Funds
WATCH THIS VIDEO! It explains what is REALLY happening about Item #44. (with documents)
or this page https://www.dogsagainstfluoridation.com/hazardous-waste Dr. David Kennedy Talks about Water Fluoridation in Dallas
Don’t miss this!!!
On Wednesday, January 14th, a string of activists made a dynamic presentation before the City Council.
This is the last City Council Meeting prior to THE VOTE which will be on January 28th.
Halt Fluoridation - Presentations before Mayor Rawlings and the Dallas City Council 1.14.15
Halt Fluoride Speakers at Dallas City Council
(January 7, 2015)
Listen to these speakers! It becomes more and more evident that adding Fluoride to the water is a waste of money...and has health risks
See the "QUIZ" website page.
All the City Council Members were given a copy of THE QUIZ.
Dr. Paul Connett, PhD Speaks to
Dallas City Council
on June 11, 2014
Dr. Paul Connett, PhD Speaks to Dallas City Council on June 11, 2014
Go to the "Info and Resources" Page.
Dr Connett is a top leading expert on the subject of Fluoridation!!
Listen to some of his videos!
On Dec.10th, 2014 an important action took
place before The Dallas City Council.
The day prior, the agenda had been updated to "take a vote" on the Dallas Water Fluoridation issue.
A vote almost took place.
However, the courageous
stepped up to the plate and finally got the "VOTE" changed to January 28th, 2015.
Councilman Kadane was entirely justified in calling for a postponement of a vote, because Public Health is a tremendous responsibility.
The Public Health as decided by the City Council will for years affect well over a million people in Dallas and its many suburbs; people who live there, work there, eat there, and visit there.
Being a PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, it is something that should be science based and thoroughly studied.
Primarily this issue revolves around...
CAVITY PREVENTION (dental)
WHOLE BODY HEALTH (internal medicine/toxicology/biological chemistry).
*?!!*??*!! And NOTE: Councilman Rick Callahan has no idea what he is talking about.
He makes the statement: "And Mayor, I want to point out again that we sometimes take Fluoride out of the water. You know, it is naturally there, but we want to keep a balance throughout the entire balanced water system. So, sometimes we take it out. Sometimes we add in to keep a balance control...."
See this Press Release of December 30, 2014 - http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12416315.htm
Dallas Water Utilities Director, Jody Puckett told Councilman Dwayne Caraway during a Briefing Meeting on April 27, 2014: “we would have no proposal to remove fluoride that’s naturally occurring...that’s what would literally cost hundreds of millions of dollars.”
FACT -- Fluoride is VERY DIFFICULT to remove from the Water Supply.
The City of Dallas does not intentionally remove Fluoride from the Raw Water.
(Raw Water averages around 0.5ppm).
Removal of Fluoride ions can not be done unless very expensive processes are used.
This FACT contains important significance...
While many, many government and independent scientists point out that Water Fluoridation has whole body health risks, Washington Bureaucrats often squelch these reports and studies.
In all likelihood, the reason Washington Bureaucrats do not call for a reduction in the Fluoride levels of Public Drinking Water is that it would become EXTREMELY costly, almost unviable, for many communities to REMOVE FLUORIDE from the Raw Water.
The Truth about Fluoride is so close, it could bite someone on the nose.
CLICK HERE TO SEE (funny) http://photos4.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/a/d/a/4/highres_418844452.jpeg
VIDEO - Dec 10th City Council Meeting below...
But WAIT !!!
WATCH WHAT REALLY GOES ON "behind the scenes", not shown on the City Hall FEED from 12-10-14 !!!
The Dallas City Hall Live Video Feed (as the public sees it at home)
[ Sourced from http://dallascityhall.com/government/Pages/Live.aspx ...then click "City Council" ]
Watch this Youtube Video !!
Halt Fluoride-Activists @ Dallas City Council 12 10 2014
City Council District Map(s)
for each City Council Member
CALL or EMAIL them today!
Phone: (214) 670-3738
Email: [email protected]
Great Speakers Go to Dallas City Council to Halt Fluoride!
(December 3, 2014)
Henry Rodriguez, leader of L.U.L.A.C.'s very active Zappatistas chapter in San Antonio comes to Dallas to appear before the Dallas City Council in support of NOT adding fluoride to the City water.
Plus other dynamic testimonies by other speakers!
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the largest and most active membership organization serving the Latino community.
LULAC passed a resolution which ALL its members support.
The resolution calls for an end to Water Fluoridation.
This is a powerful resolution. Read it here!!! http://lulac.org/advocacy/resolutions/2011/resolution_Civil_Rights_Violation_Regarding_Forced_Medication/
Dallas Dental Society Opposes Councilmembers' Support of Dropping Fluoride
By Ken Kalthoff at Channel 5 NBCDFW (Aug 26, 2014)
[ More than 260 comments on the story!! ]
Critics of putting fluoride in the Dallas water supply received a surprise Wednesday when three members of the Dallas City Council agreed with them.
The fluoride opponents have been making regular visits to Dallas City Council meetings for several months asking that Dallas stop the addition of fluoride which has been done for nearly 50 years to help fight tooth decay.
The opponents claim the city could save about $1 million a year that is spent to add fluoride.
Dallas Councilman Sheffie Kadane said he has discussed ending the practice with City Manager A.C. Gonzalez.
“We don’t need it and we’d just save a million dollars that we can use for something else,” Kadane said. “We’re looking into seeing what we can do immediately so we can get those funds up front now.”
Councilmembers Scott Griggs and Jennifer Staubach Gates agreed with Kadane.
“Yeah,” said fluoride opponent Regina Imburgia. “This is major big. I knew we would prevail. It only makes sense. We’re spending too much money on an ineffective program.”
Imburgia said she is more concerned about possible health consequences of drinking fluoridated water. She said fluoride toothpaste is a better way to fight tooth decay.
Regina Imburgia Speaks to Dallas City Council (November 5, 2014)
4 MINUTES - Regina bullet points many aspects about Fluoridation in just 4 minutes!
Eugene Ralph and Michele Imburgia Speak to Dallas City Council About Fluoride
Hank Black Speaks to the Dallas City Council About Fluoride
(August 20, 2014)
Quality of Life Committee Meeting - Dallas Water Utilities Fluoride Presentation
(May 27, 2014)
Regina Imburgia & Joe Stokes Speak to Dallas City Council
(August 6, 2014)
Chantal Arashvand Speaks to Dallas City Council About Fluoride
(June 4, 2014)
Regina Imburgia Speaks to Dallas City Council About Fluoride
(May 7, 2014)
Chantal Arashvand Speaks to Dallas City Council About Fluoride
(April 23, 2014)
Listen to how the Council People respond!
Chantal Imburgia Speaks to Dallas City Council About Fluoride
(March 5, 2014)
Three local Dentists, followed by Dr Paul Connett thoroughly discuss Fluoridation to a large group in Dallas. June 2014
Film Producer of "Poison on Tap", Paul Wittenberger interviews Regina Imburgia in May 2014 to discuss what is happening in Dallas.
More videos coming.
VERY BRIEF HISTORY - 1965
About 14 months after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, on January 25, 1965, Place 5 Councilman Joe H. Golman, (Deputy Mayor Pro Tem 4/6/1965) made a motion to fluoridate Dallas drinking water. In that smoke filled chambers of Mayor Erik Jonsson and 9 Council Members, a citizen interrupted despite being told that she could not speak. She was alarmed at such a tyrannical proposal to forcibly introduce a medical intervention into the water supply.
Below are some images of the Council on January 25, 1965.
Councilman George Underwood Jr - lit smoking cigarette in ashtray and another ashtray over his right shoulder
Mayor Erik Jonsson with spent cigarette in ashtray by his hand and Pro Tem Carie Welch with pipe 1-25-65
Joe H. Golman – Motion to FLUORIDATE WATER - January 25, 1965 – Two spent cigarettes in his ashtray
Place 1 Councilman Carie E. Welch – puffing smoke out of a pipe -1-25-65 (Mayor Pro Tem) Welch not in office after April.
Election: Tuesday, April 06, 1965
Mayor: Erik Jonsson
Place No. 1: Frank A. Hoke
Place No. 2: William H. Roberts
Place No. 3: Joe G. Moody (Resigned February 12, 1967)
◊ C. A. Galloway (Appointed February 20, 1967)
Place No. 4: William E. Cothrum
Place No. 5: Joe H. Golman, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem
Place No. 6: Charles G. Cullum
Place No. 7: Sibyl Hamilton
Place No. 8: R. B. Carpenter, Jr., Mayor Pro Tem
Place No. 9: Erik Jonsson
City Attorney: H. P. Kucera (Resigned June 21, 1965)
N. Alex Bickley (Appointed June 28, 1965)
City Auditor: E. Lynn Crossley
City Manager: Elgin E. Crull (Resigned June 30, 1966)
W. S. McDonald (Appointed July 1, 1966)
City Secretary: Harold G. Shank
◊ C. A. Galloway--1st African/American appointed, Resolution 67-0942, February 20, 1967