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Massachusetts Fluoridation News Vol. 2 Nos. 10-12 Belchertown, Massachusetts February 15, 2016 Editor Mike F. Dolan

Massachusetts Fluoridation News
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Vol. 2 Nos. 10-12 Belchertown, Massachusetts February 15, 2016
Lead found in Granby school drinking water
Water samples from two schools in Granby from 2014 contained up to five times more lead than allowed by federal regulations, yet school officials there waited more than a year before notifying the public, according to reporting by WWLP in Chicopee.
The Granby School Department repeatedly failed to submit required water tests, failed to properly control corrosion for at least one month last year, and only issued a letter to the public when threatened with heavy fines and possible imprisonment, according to the TV station’s reports.
After being issued a Unilateral Administrative Order by the Springfield office of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on February 6th, interim school superintendent Judith Houle wrote in a letter to the public that her department had sealed off the bubblers with high lead content, and was complying with the DEPs order.
The Granby water system is not fluoridated.
Fluoride intensifies lead's poisonous effects on the brain

NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While the nation focuses on the catastrophic health effects caused by Flint Michigan's lead-poisoned drinking water, fluoride chemicals are still purposely added to public water supplies even though studies show they leach lead from water pipes and increase lead levels in children, according to a report from the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).
Fluorosilicic acid (FSA), a corrosive fluoride byproduct of the phosphate industry, is added to public water supplies, including Flint's, in a failed effort to prevent tooth decay.
"Studies show that FSA-spiked water is contributing to children's unsafe lead exposures and making the lead crisis worse," says attorney Michael Connett, FAN Executive Director.
"The nation is rightfully shocked by the lead crisis in Flint and the systematic failure of health authorities to prevent it, but the problem with lead poisoning is not a Flint problem, it's a national problem," Connett adds.
Lead service pipes were banned in 1986, but America's water infrastructure is still laden with lead-containing pipes and fixtures. The FSA circulating through these aging pipes intensify their corrosion, according to laboratory experiments.
Studies have found that children living in areas with FSA-treated water have higher levels of lead in their blood. Data collected by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that children drinking water treated with FSA and other fluorosilicate chemicals are 20 percent more likely to have dangerous levels of lead in their blood.
Massachusetts Fluoridation News February 15, 2016 2 The CDC has yet to warn the public about the fluoridation/lead risk. Instead, as it did during the
Washington D.C. lead crisis, the CDC has gone out of its way to downplay the hazard.
"The failure of public health authorities to warn the public about the hazards of lead in tap water has a long history that extends beyond fluoridation and Flint," notes Connett.
A study by National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Food & Drug Administration (FDA) scientists found that fluoride facilitates the uptake of lead into the blood of rats, and magnifies lead's toxic effects on the body. The study was conducted in the 1970s, but the NIH and FDA failed to take any follow-up action.
Recent animal experiments confirm the NIH/FDA findings showing that
fluoride exposure “consistently increases the concentration of lead in whole blood," and intensifies lead's poisonous effects on the brain.
Human experimentation
Researchers failed to obtain informed consent
from physicians or patients in sleep deprivation study
Two federally-funded studies that involved tens of thousands of patients, and tested first year residentsability to work in a sleep deprived state never obtained informed consent from either the patients or the residents, according to a report in the January-February issue of Public Citizen News.
The trials, that involved 190 hospitals around the country, forced first year medical residents to work shifts of 28 or more consecutive hours, nearly twice the maximum number of hours allowed by the main medical school accrediting agency.
“These studies violate fundamental ethical principles and federal regulations in place to protect human research subjects,” said Michael Carome, the physician who heads Public Citizen’s Health Research Group. He called them the “most unethical research studies I have ever seen,” according to the report.
Public Citizen and the American Medical Association have called on the Office for Human Research Protections of the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the trials “and sanction all institutions involved,” said the report.
On-line petition seeks action on fluoride’s toxicity
A petition by Kathryn Goodick demands a response from the Institute of Medicine to a letter from Erin Brockovich and others that called on the Institute to correct inaccurate information on fluoride. The April 2015 letter was written by Karen Spencer of Gloucester and signed by Brockovich as well as Jean Nordin-Evans, the Groton dentist, Daniel A. Eyink, the Newburyport physician, and Stephanie Seneff of MIT.
The introduction to the petition reads:
I am writing to demand a response from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and Congress regarding the April 2015 letter to the IOM from Erin Brockovich and others that was cc’d to thirty members of Congress. It concerned the ‘dietary reference intake’ (DRI) of fluoride established in 1997. The DRI determination was based on the IOM Food and Nutrition Board’s
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faulty assumption that fluoride, which is neither a mineral or nutrient, was an element that provided a significant dental benefit and had no known adverse health effects up to 10 mgs. per day.
It can be found at http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/dietary-fluoride- and?source=s.fwd&r_by=13025099
As of press time the petition had almost 1,000 signatures.
The Disgraced Museum
[Editor’s note: This is a listing of government officials who resign in disgrace after failing to do
their job, suppressing evidence, lying about their actions, misleading the public, committing
crimes, or doing something else that warrants their termination from employment. We
distinguish these people from those who retire, or leave for a different job.]
Darnell Earley former emergency manager of Flint, MI, appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder, who
made the decision to use the Flint River as a water source without proper treatment, resigned
in disgrace from his current position as emergency manager of the Detroit public schools, New
York Times, Feb. 3.
Susan Hedman former EPA Region 5 administrator who failed to enforce the Safe Drinking
Water Act in Flint, MI, resigned in disgrace, Associated Press, Jan. 21.
Dan Wyant former director of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, who
advised Flint, MI not to treat the Flint River water for corrosion, resulting in the lead poisoning
of 100,000 people, resigned in disgrace, Dec. 29, Fox News.
Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Public Health
The members of the Committee are Jason M. Lewis of Winchester, Senate Chair, Kate Hogan of Stow, House Chair, Jennifer L. Flanagan of Leominster, Senate Vice-Chair, and Ruth B.
Balser of Newton, House Vice-Chair.
The other Senate members of the Committee are Eric P. Lesser of Longmeadow, Joan B.

Lovely of Salem, Richard J. Ross of Wrentham, and James E. Timilty of Walpole.
The other House members of the Committee are Christine P. Barber of Somerville,

Brendan P. Crighton of Lynn, Jonathan Hecht of Watertown, Hannah Kane of Shrewsbury, Mary
S. Keefe of Worcester, James J. Lyon of Andover, Paul Tucker of Salem, Steven Ultrino of Malden, and John C. Velis of Westfield.
Massachusetts legislators listed
With this issue we continue our listing of the state legislators so that readers will have an easy to use directory, and a chance to become better acquainted with progress of the neurotoxin resolution, and efforts to end fluoridation through the legislature. Lawmakers will be listed by district, by name, and by the cities and towns they represent.
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Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin & Hampden District Benjamin Downing of Pittsfield
Adams, Alford, Ashfield, Becket, Blandford, Buckland, Charlemont, Cheshire, Chester, Chesterfield, Clarksburg, Conway, Cummington, Dalton, Egremont, Florida, Goshen, Great Barrington, Hancock, Hawley, Heath, Hinsdale, Huntington, Lanesborough, Lee, Lenox, Middlefield, Monterey, Monroe, Mount Washington, New Ashford, New Marlborough, NORTH ADAMS Otis , Peru, PITTSFIELD, Plainfield, Richmond, Rowe, Sandisfield, Savoy, Sheffield, Shelburne, Stockbridge, Tyringham, Washington, West Stockbridge, Westhampton, Williamsburg, Williamstown, Windsor, Worthington

Bristol and Norfolk District James Timilty of Walpole
ATTLEBORO - Wd. 3, Pct. B; Wds. 4, 5, 6, Foxborough, Mansfield, Medfield, Norton, Rehoboth, Sharon - Pcts. 1, 4, 5, Seekonk, Walpole

First Bristol and Plymouth District Michael Rodrigues of Westport FALL RIVER, Freetown, Lakeville, Rochester, Somerset, Swansea, Westport
Second Bristol and Plymouth Mark Montigny of New Bedford Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, NEW BEDFORD
Cape and Islands District Dan Wolf of Harwich
Aquinnah, Barnstable, Brewster, Chatham, Chilmark, Dennis, Eastham, Edgartown, Gosnold, Harwich, Mashpee, Nantucket, Oak Bluffs, Orleans, Provincetown, Tisbury, Truro, Wellfleet, West Tisbury, Yarmouth

First Essex District – Kathleen O’Connor Ives of Newburyport
HAVERHILL, NEWBURYPORT, Amesbury, Merrimac, Methuen, North Andover - Pcts. 1, 2, 3, 4 , Salisbury

Second Essex District Joan Lovely of Salem BEVERLY, PEABODY, SALEM, Danvers, Topsfield
Third Essex District Thomas M. McGee of Lynn
LYNN, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott

First Essex and Middlesex District Bruce Tarr of Gloucester
GLOUCESTER, Boxford, Essex, Georgetown, Groveland, Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the- Sea, Middleton, Newbury, North Andover - Pcts. 5-8, Rockport, Rowley, Wenham, West Newbury ,
North Reading, Wilmington
Second Essex and Middlesex District Barbara L-Italien of Andover Andover, Dracut , LAWRENCE, Tewksbury
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Hampden District James T. Welch of Hampden
CHICOPEE - Wds. 2-4, SPRINGFIELD: , Wd. 1, Wd. 2, Pcts. A-F, H, Wd. 3, Wd. 4, Pcts. A-E, G, H, Wd. 5, Pcts. A-C, E, Wd. 6, Pcts. A, C, E-G, Wd. 8, Pcts. B-H, West Springfield

First Hampden and Hampshire District Eric Lesser of Longmeadow
Belchertown, CHICOPEE: , Wds. 1, 5, 6, Wd. 8, Pct. B, Wd. 9, Pct. B, Granby, SPRINGFIELD: , Wd. 2, Pct. G, Wd. 4, Pct. F, Wd. 5, Pcts. D, F-H, Wd. 6, Pcts. B, D, H, Wd. 7, Wd. 8, Pct. A, East Longmeadow, Hampden, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Wilbraham

Second Hampden and Hampshire District Donald Humason, Jr. of Westfield
Agawam, CHICOPEE: , Wd. 7, Wd. 8, Pct. A, Wd. 9, Pct. A, Easthampton, Granville, HOLYOKE, Montgomery, Russell, Southampton, Southwick, Tolland , WESTFIELD

Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester District Stanley Rosenberg of Amherst
Amherst, Bernardston, Colrain, Deerfield, Erving, Gill, Greenfield, Hadley, Hatfield, Leverett, Leyden, Montague, New Salem, NORTHAMPTON, Northfield, Orange, Pelham, Royalston, Shutesbury, South Hadley, Sunderland, Warwick, Wendell, Whately

First Middlesex District Eileen Donoghue of Lowell
Dunstable, Groton, LOWELL, Pepperell, Tyngsborough, Westford

Second Middlesex District Patricia D. Jehlen of Somerville
CAMBRIDGE - Wds. 9, 10, 11 , MEDFORD, SOMERVILLE, Winchester - Pcts. 4, 5, 6, 7

Third Middlesex District Michael J. Barrett of Lexington
Bedford , Carlisle , Chelmsford, Concord , Lexington - Pcts. 3, 8, 9, Lincoln, Sudbury - Pcts. 1, 4, 5, WALTHAM, Weston

Fourth Middlesex District Ken Donnelly of Arlington
Arlington, Billerica, Burlington, Lexington - Pcts. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, WOBURN

Fifth Middlesex District Jason Lewis of Winchester
MALDEN, MELROSE, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield, Winchester - Pcts. 1, 2, 3, 8

First Middlesex and Norfolk District Cynthia Stone Creem of Newton Brookline, NEWTON, Wellesley - Pcts. A, C-E, H
Second Middlesex and Norfolk District Karen Spilka of Ashland
Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natick - Pcts. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, Franklin - Pcts. 5, 6, 7, 8, Medway

Middlesex and Suffolk District Sal DiDomenico of Everett
BOSTON: Wd. 2, Wd. 3, Pct. 5, Wd. 21, Pcts. 4, 6, 7, Wd. 22, Pcts. 1, 2, 5, CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 1, Wd. 2, Pct. 1, Wd. 3, Wd. 4, Pct. 2, Wds. 6-8, CHELSEA, EVERETT

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Middlesex and Worcester District James B. Eldridge of Acton
Acton, Ayer, Boxborough, Harvard, Hudson, Littleton, MARLBOROUGH, Maynard, Northborough - Pct. 3, Shirley, Southborough, Stow, Sudbury - Pcts. 2, 3, Westborough
Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex District Richard Ross of Wrentham
ATTLEBORO: Wds. 1, 2 , Wd. 3, Pct. A, Franklin - Pcts. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, Millis, Natick - Pcts. 6, 7, 9, 10, Needham - Pcts. A, C, I, J, Norfolk, North Attleborough, Plainville, Sherborn, Wayland, Wellesley - Pcts. B, F, G, Wrentham

Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth District Brian Joyce of Milton
Avon, Braintree - Pcts. 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, Canton, East Bridgewater - Pct. 4, Easton - Pcts. 3, 4, 5, 6, Milton, Randolph, Sharon - Pcts. 2, 3, Stoughton, West Bridgewater

Norfolk and Plymouth District John Keenan of Quincy
Abington, Braintree - Pcts. 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, Holbrook, QUINCY, Rockland

Norfolk and Suffolk District Michael F. Rush of Boston
Boston: Wd. 18, Pcts. 9, 10, 16- 20, 23, Wd. 19, Pcts. 10- 13, Wd. 20, Dedham, Dover, Needham - Pcts. D-H, Norwood, Westwood

Plymouth and Barnstable District Vinny deMacedo of Plymouth Bourne, Falmouth Kingston, Pembroke, Plymouth, Sandwich
First Plymouth and Bristol District Marc Pacheco of Taunton
Berkley, Bridgewater, Carver, Dighton, Marion, Middleborough, Raynham, TAUNTON, Wareham

Second Plymouth and Bristol District Michael Brady of Brockton
BROCKTON, East Bridgewater - Pcts. 1, 2, 3, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Plympton, Whitman, Easton - Pcts. 1, 2

Plymouth and Norfolk District Robert Hedlund of Weymouth
Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, Scituate
, Weymouth
First Suffolk District Linda Dorcena Forry of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 1, Pct. 15, Wds. 6, 7, Wd. 13, Pcts. 3, 5-10, Wd. 14, Pcts. 2, 4, 5, 12-14, Wds. 15- 17, Wd. 18, Pcts. 1-6, 13, 15, 21

Second Suffolk District Sonia Chang-Diaz of Boston
BOSTON: , Wd. 3, Pct. 7, Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 3, 4, Wds. 8-12, Wd. 13, Pcts. 1, 2, 4, Wd. 14, Pcts. 1, 3, 6-11, Wd. 18, Pcts. 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 22, Wd. 19, Pcts. 1-9

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First Suffolk and Middlesex District Anthony Petruccelli of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 1, Pcts. 1-14, Wd. 3, Pcts. 1-4, 6, 8, Wd. 5, Pcts. 1, 3-5, 11 , CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 2, Pcts. 2, 3, Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 3, Wd. 5, REVERE, Winthrop

Second Suffolk and Middlesex District Will Brownsberger of Belmont
Belmont, BOSTON: Wd. 4, Pcts. 2, 5-10,, Wd. 5, Pcts. 2, 6-10, Wd. 21, Pcts. 1-3, 5, 8-16, Wd. 22, Pcts. 3, 4, 6-13, Watertown

First Worcester District Harriette Chandler of Worcester
Boylston, Clinton - Pcts. 3, 4, Holden, Northborough - Pcts. 1, 2, 4, Princeton, West Boylston, WORCESTER: Wds. 1-4, Wd. 8, Pcts. 2-4, Wds. 9, 10

Second Worcester District Michael O. Moore of Millbury
Auburn, Grafton, Leicester, Millbury, Northbridge - Pcts. 2,4, Shrewsbury, Upton, WORCESTER: Wds. 5-7, Wd. 8, Pcts. 1, 5

Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex District Anne Gobi of Spencer Ashburnham, Ashby, Athol, Barre, Brimfield, Brookfield, Charlton, East Brookfield, Hardwick, Holland, Hubbardston, Monson, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Palmer, Paxton, Petersham, Phillipston, Rutland, Spencer, Sturbridge, Templeton, Wales, Ware, Warren, West Brookfield, Winchendon
Worcester and Middlesex District Jennifer Flanagan of Leominster
Berlin, Bolton, Clinton - Pcts. 1, 2, FITCHBURG, GARDNER, Lancaster, LEOMINSTER, Lunenburg, Sterling, Townsend, Westminster

Worcester and Norfolk District Ryan Fattman of Webster
Bellingham, Blackstone, Douglas, Dudley, Hopedale, Mendon, Milford, Millville, Northbridge - Pcts. 1, 3, Oxford, Southbridge, Sutton, Uxbridge, Webster

Massachusetts’ House of Representatives, by District
1st Barnstable District Tim Whelan of Brewster
Precinct 1 of Barnstable; precincts 1 and 2 of Brewster, Dennis, precincts 1
4, 7 of Yarmouth
2nd Barnstable District Brian Mannal of Barnstable
Precincts 2
10, 13 of Barnstable, precincts 5 and 6 of Yarmouth
3rd Barnstable District David Vieira of Falmouth
Precincts 3
6 of Bourne, precincts 3, 4, 7-0 of Falmouth, Mashpee
4th Barnstable District Sarah Peake of Provincetown
Precinct 3 of Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet

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5th Barnstable District Randy Hunt of Sandwich
Precincts 11 and 12 of Barnstable, precincts 1, 2 and 7 of Bourne, Sandwich, precinct 1 of Plymouth

Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket District Timothy Madden of Nantucket
Precincts 1, 2, 5 and 6 of Falmouth, Chilmark, Edgartown, Aquinnah, Gosnold, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, West Tisbury, Nantucket

1st Berkshire District Gailanne Cariddi of North Adams
Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Florida, Hancock, Lanesborough, New Ashford, North Adams and Williamstown

2nd Berkshire District Paul Mark of Peru
Bernardston, Charlemont, Colrain, Dalton, Greenfield, Hawley, Heath, Hinsdale, Leyden,

Monroe, Northfield, Peru, Rowe, Savoy, Windsor, precinct B of ward 1 of Pittsfield
3rd Berkshire District Tricia Farley-Bouvier of Pittsfield Precinct A of ward 1, wards 2-7 of Pittsfield
4th Berkshire District William Smitty Pignatelli of Lenox
Alford, Becket, Blandford, Egremont, Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Otis, Richmond, Russell, Sandisfield, Sheffield, Stockbridge, Tolland, Tyringham, Washington, West Stockbridge

1st Bristol District F. Jay Barrows of Mansfield
Foxborough, precincts 2, 3 and 6 of Mansfield, precincts 3, 4 and 5 of Norton

2nd Bristol District Paul Heroux of Attleboro
Wards 1 and 2, precinct A of ward 3, wards 4, 5 and 6 of Attleboror

3rd Bristol District – Shaunna O’Connell of Taunton
Precinct 6 of Easton, precinct A of ward 3, wards 1, 2, 5, 7 and 8 of Taunton
4th Bristol District Steve Howitt of Seekonk
Precinct 1 and 2 of Norton, Rehobeth, Seekonk, precincts 4 and 5 of Swansea

5th Bristol District Patricia Haddad of Somerset
Dighton, Somerset, precincts 1, 2 and 3 of Swansea, ward 6 of Taunton

6th Bristol District Carole Fiola of Fall River
Precincts B and C of ward 5, precinct C of Ward 6, wards 7, 8 and 9 of Fall River, precinct 1 of Freetown
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7th Bristol District Alan Silvia of Fall River
Precincts B and C of ward 1, wards 2, 3 and 4, precinct A of ward 5 of Fall River

8th Bristol District Paul Schmid of Westport
Precinct A of ward 1, precincts A and B of ward 6 of Fall River, precincts 2 and 3 of Freetown,

precincts D, E, F of ward 1 of New Bedford, Westport
9th Bristol District Christopher Markey of Dartmouth Dartmouth, precincts D, E, F of ward 3 of New Bedford
10th Bristol District William M. Straus of Mattapoisett
Fairhaven, precinct A of ward 3, precincts D and E of ward 4 of New Bedford, Marion, Mattapoisett and Rochester

11th Bristol District Robert Koczera of New Bedford
Acushnet, precincts A, B and C of ward 1, ward 2, precincts B and C of ward 3 of New Bedford
12th Bristol District Keiko Orrall of Lakeville
Berkley, precinct B of ward 3, ward 4 of Taunton, Lakeville, precincts 2, 4 and 5 of Middleborough

13th Bristol District Antonio Cabral of New Bedford Precincts A, B, and C of ward 4, wards 5 and 6 of New Bedford
14th Bristol District Elizabeth Poirier of North Attleborough
Precint B of ward 3 of Attleboro, precinct 1 and 5 of Mansfield and North Attleborough

1st Essex District James Kelcourse of Amesbury Amesbury, Salisbury, Newburyport
2nd Essex District Leonard Mirra of West Newbury
Precincts 2 and 3 of Boxford, Georgetown, Groveland, precinct 3 of ward 4, precincts 1 and 3 of
ward 5, ward 6 of Haverhill
3rd Essex District Brian Dempsey of Haverhill
Ward 1, precinct 3 of ward 2, ward 3, precincts 1 and 2 of ward 4, precincts 1 and 3 of ward 5, ward 6 of Haverhill

4th Essex District Bradford Hill of Ipswich
Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Rowley, Topsfield, Wenham

5th Essex District Ann-Margaret Ferrante of Gloucester Essex, Rockport and Gloucester
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6th Essex District Jerry Parisella of Beverly Beverly
7th Essex District Paul Tucker of Salem Salem
8th Essex District Lori Ehrlich of Marblehead
Precinct 4 of ward 3, precinct 4 of ward 4 of Lynn, Marblehead, Swampscott

9th Essex District Donald Wong of Saugus
Precincts 1 and 2 of ward 1 of Lynn, precincts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 of Saugus, precincts 1, 2, 3, 7 of Wakefield

10th Essex District Robert Fennell of Lynn
Precincts 3 and 4 of ward 1, ward 2, precincts 1, 2 and 3 of ward 3, precincts 1 and 2 of ward 4,

precincts 2 and 3 of ward 5 of Lynn
11th Essex District Brendan Crighton of Lynn
Precinct 3 of ward 4, precincts 1 and 4 of ward 5, wards 6 and 7 of Lynn, Nahant

12th Essex District vacant
Wards, 1, 2, 3 and 4, precincts 1, 3 and 5 of Peabody

13th Essex District Theodore C. Speliotis of Danvers
Danvers, precinct 2 of Middleton, precinct 2 of ward 5, ward 6 of Peabody

14th Essex District Diana DiZoglio of Methuen
Precinct 2 of ward 7 of Haverhill, precincts 1 and 3 of ward A, precinct 1 of ward F of Lawrence, precincts 3, 7, 10 of Methuen, precincts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of North Andover
15th Essex District Linda Dean Campbell of Methuen
Precincts 1 and 2 of ward 2, precinct 2 of ward 5, precinct 1 of ward 7 of Haverhill, precincts 1,
4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 of Methuen
16th Essex District Marcos Devers of Lawrence
Precincts 2 and 4, ward A, ward B, precinct 4 of ward C, precincts 2, 3 and 4 of ward W, precincts 2, 3 and 4 of ward F of Lawrence

17th Essex District Frank A. Moran of Lawrence
Precincts 2, 3 and 4 of Andover, precincts 1, 2 and 3 of ward C, ward D, precinct 1 of ward E of Lawrence, precinct 2 of Methuen

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18th Essex District James J. Lyons of Andover
Precincts 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 of Andover, precinct I of Boxford, precinct 6, 7 and 8 of North Andover, precincts 3 and 3A of Tewkesbury

1st Franklin District Stephen Kulik of Worthington
Ashfield, Buckland, Chester, Chesterfield, Conway, Cummington, Deerfield, Goshen, Huntington, Leverett, Middlefield, Montague, Plainfield, Shelburne, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Whately, Williamsburg, Worthington
2nd Franklin District Susannah Whipps Lee of Athol
Athol, Precinct A of Belchertown, Erving, Gill, New Salem, Orange, Petersham, Phillipston, Royalston, Templeton, Warwick, Wendell

1st Hampden District Todd Smola of Palmer
Brimfield, Holland, Palmer, Sturbridge, Wales, precincts B and C of Ware, Warren

2nd Hampden District Briane Ashe of Longmeadow
Precincts 2, 3 and 4 of East Longmeadow, Hampden, Longmeadow and Monson

3rd Hampden District Nicholas Boldyga of Southwick Agawam, Granville and Southwick
4th Hampden District John Velis of Westfield Westfield
5th Hampden District Aaron Vega of Holyoke Holyoke
6th Hampden District Michael Finn of West Springfield
Precinct A of ward 2, precinct A of ward 3, precinct A of ward 4 of Chicopee, precinct E of ward

2 of Springfield, West Springfield
7th Hampden District Thomas Petrolati of Ludlow
Precincts B and C of Belchertown, Precinct B of ward 6 of Chicopee, Ludlow, precincts E, F, and

G of ward 8 of Springfield
8th Hampden District Joseph Wagner of Chicopee
Ward 1, precinct B of ward 2, precinct B of ward 3, precinct B of ward 4, precinct B of ward %, precinct A of ward 6, wards 7, 8 and 9 of Chicopee

9th Hampden District Jose Tosado of Springfield
Precincts A, B, C, D, F and G of ward 2, precincts C, D, G and H of ward 5, precincts F and H of ward 7, precincts A, B, D and H of ward 8 of Springfield, precinct A of ward 5 of Chicopee
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10th Hampden District Carlos Gonzalez of Springfield
Ward 1, precincts B, C, D, E, F, G and H of ward 3, precincts A, B and F of ward 6 of Springfield

11th Hampden District Benjamin Swan of Springfield
Precinct H of ward 2, precinct A of ward 3, ward 4, precincts A, B, E and F of ward 5, precinct E

of ward 6, precinct A of ward 7, precinct A of ward 8 of Springfield
12th Hampden District Angelo Pupplo of Springfield
Precinct 1 of East Longmeadow, precincts C, D, G, H of ward 6, precincts B, C, D, E and G of ward 7 of Springfield

1st Hampshire District Peter Kocot of Northampton
Hatfield, Montgomery, Northampton, Southampton and Westhampton

2nd Hampshire District John Scibak of South Hadley
Easthampton, precinct 2 of Granby, Hadley, South Hadley
3rd Hampshire District Ellen Story of Amherst Amherst, precinct 1 of Granby and Pelham
1st Middlesex District Sheila Harrington of Groton
Precinct 1 of Ayer, Ashby, Dunstable, Groton, Pepperell, Townsend

2nd Middlesex District James Arciero of Westford Precincts 5, 7 and 8 of Chelmsford, Littleton and Westford
3rd Middlesex District Kate Hogan of Stow
Bolton, Hudson, Maynard, Stow
4th Middlesex District Danielle Gregoire of Marlborough
Precinct 1 of ward 2, wards 3, 4, 5 and 6, precinct 2 of ward 7 of Marlborough, precincts 1 and 3
of Northborough, precincts 1 and 3 of Westborough
5th Middlesex District David Linsky of Natick
Precincts 2 and 3 of Millis, Natick and Sherborn
6th Middlesex District Chris Walsh of Framingham Precincts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12 and 15 of Framingham
7th Middlesex District Tom Sannicandro of Ashland Ashland, precincts 8, 13, 14, 16, 17 and 18 of Framingham
8th Middlesex District Carolyn Dykema of Holliston
Holliston, Hopkinton, Southborough, and precinct 2 of Westborough

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9th Middlesex District Thomas Stanley of Waltham
Lincoln, wards 1, 2 and 3, precinct 1 of ward 4, precinct 2 of ward 5, precinct 1 of ward 6, precinct 1 of ward 7 of Waltham

10th Middlesex District John J. Lawn of Watertown
Precincts 1 and 4 of ward 1 of Newton, precinct 2 of ward 4, precinct 1 of ward 5, precinct 1 of ward 6, precinct 2 of ward 7, wards 8 and 9 of Waltham, precincts 10, 11 and 12 of Watertown

11th MiddlesexDistrictKayKhanofNewton NEWTON: Wd. 1, Pcts. 2, 3, Wds. 2-4, Wd. 7, Pct. 2
12th Middlesex District Ruth Balser of Newton NEWTON: Wds. 5, 6, Wd. 7 Pcts. 1, 3, 4, Wd. 8
13th Middlesex District Carmine Gentile of Sudbury
Framingham - Pct. 3, MARLBOROUGH : Wd. 1, Wd. 2, Pct. 2, Wd. 7, Pct. 1, Sudbury, Wayland - Pcts. 1, 2, 3

14th Middlesex District Cory Atkins of Concord
Acton - Pcts. 1, 2, 6, Carlisle, Chelmsford - Pcts. 1, 9, Concord

15th Middlesex District Jay R. Kaufman of Lexington Lexington, WOBURN - Wds. 1, 7
16th Middlesex District Thomas Golden, Jr. of Lowell Chelmsford - Pcts. 2, 3, 6, LOWELL - Wds. 5, 6, 9
17th Middlesex District David Nangle of Lowell
Chelmsford - Pct. 4, LOWELL: Wd. 1, Wd. 2 Pct. 3, Wd. 4, Pcts. 2, 3, Wds. 10, 11

18th Middlesex District Rady Mom of Lowell
LOWELL: Wd. 2, Pcts. 1, 2, Wd. 3, Wd. 4, Pct. 1, Wds. 7, 8

19th Middlesex District James Miceli of Wilmington Tewksbury - Pcts. 1, 1A, 2, 2A, 4, 4A, Wilmington - Pcts. 1, 2-6
20th Middlesex District Bradley Jones, Jr. of North Reading Lynnfield, Middleton - Pct. 1, North Reading, Reading - Pcts. 1, 6-8
21st Middlesex District Ken Gordon of Bedford Bedford, Burlington, Wilmington - Pct. 3
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22nd Middlesex District Marc Lombardo of Billerica Billerica
23rd Middlesex District Sean Garballey of Arlington
Arlington - Pcts. 1, 3, 5-7, 9, 11, 13-21, MEDFORD: Wd. 3, Pct. 2, Wd. 6

24th Middlesex District Dave Rogers of Cambridge
Arlington - Pct. 2, 4, 8, 10, 12, Belmont, CAMBRIDGE - Wd. 11, Pcts. 1, 3

25th Middlesex District Marjorie Decker of Cambridge CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 4, Wd. 6, Pcts. 2, 3, Wds. 7, 8 , Wd. 10, Pct.1,2
26th Middlesex District Timothy J. Toomey, Jr. of Cambridge
CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 1, Wd. 2, Pct.1, Wd. 3 , Wd. 6, Pct. 1, SOMERVILLE: Wd. 1 , Wd. 2, Pct. 1

27th Middlesex District Denise Provost of Somerville SOMERVILLE: Wd. 2, Pcts. 2, 3, Wds. 3, 5, 6
28th Middlesex District Joe McGonagle of Everett EVERETT
29th Middlesex District Jon Hecht of Watertown
CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 9, Wd. 10, Pct. 3, Wd. 11, Pct. 2, Watertown - Pcts. 1-9

30th Middlesex District James J. Dwyer of Woburn Reading - Pcts. 2-5, WOBURN - Wds. 2-6
31st Middlesex District Michael Day of Stoneham Stoneham, Winchester
32nd Middlesex District Paul Brodeur of Melrose MALDEN - Wd. 5, Pct. 2, MELROSE, Wakefield - Pcts. 4-6
33rd Middlesex District Steven Ultrino of Malden
MALDEN: Wd. 2, Wd. 3, Pct. 1, Wd. 4, Wd. 5, Pct. 1, Wd. 6, Wd. 7, Pct. 2 , Wd. 8

34th Middlesex District Christine Barber of Somerville
MEDFORD: Wds. 4, 5, Wd. 7, Pct. 1, Wd. 8, Pct. 2, SOMERVILLE - Wds. 4, 7

35th Middlesex District Paul Donato of Medford
MALDEN: Wd. 1, 2, Wd. 3, Pct. 2, Wd. 7, Pct. 1, MEDFORD: Wd. 1, 2, Wd. 3 Pct. 1, Wd. 7 Pct. 2, Wd. 8 Pct. 1

Massachusetts Fluoridation News February 15, 2016 15 36th Middlesex District Colleen Garry of Dracut
Dracut, Tyngsborough
37th Middlesex District Jennifer Benson of Lunenburg
Acton - Pcts. 3-5, Ayer - Pct. 2, Boxborough, Harvard, Lunenburg
Pcts. A, C, D, Shirley
1st Norfolk District Bruce Ayers of Quincy
QUINCY: Wd. 3, Pct. 4, 5, Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 3, Wd. 5, Pct. 2 , Wd. 6 , Randolph - Pct. 5, 6, 11, 12

2nd Norfolk District Tackey Chan of Qunicy
QUINCY: Wd. 1, Wd. 3, Pcts. 1, 2, Wd. 4, Pcts. 2, 4, Wd. 5, Pcts. 1, 3, 4, 5
3rd Norfolk District Ronald Mariano of Qunicy
Holbrook - Pcts. 2, 3, 4, QUINCY: Wd. 2, Wd. 4, Pct. 5, Weymouth - Pcts. 5, 6, 9, 12, 16

4th Norfolk District James Murphy of Weymouth
Hingham - Pct. 2, Weymouth - Pcts. 1-4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13-15, 17, 18

5th Norfolk District Mark Cusak of Braintree Braintree, Holbrook - Pct. 1, Randolph - Pct. 4
6th Norfolk District William C. Galvin of Canton Avon, Canton, Stoughton - Pcts. 1, 5, 7, 8
7th Norfolk District Walter Timilty of Milton Milton - Pcts. 3-10, Randolph - Pcts. 1-3, 7-10
8th Norfolk District Louis Kafka of Stoughton
Mansfield (Bristol County) - Pct. 4, Sharon, Stoughton - Pcts. 2-4, 6, Walpole - Pcts. 3, 4

9th Norfolk District Shawn Dooley of Norfolk
Medfield - Pcts. 3, 4, Millis - Pct. 1, Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole - Pct. 5, Wrentham

10th Norfolk District Jeffrey N. Roy of Franklin Franklin, Medway - Pcts. 2, 3, 4
11th Norfolk District Paul McMurty of Dedham Dedham, Walpole - Pct. 8, Westwood
12th Norfolk District John H. Rogers of Norwood Norwood, Walpole - Pcts. 1, 2, 6, 7
13th Norfolk District Denise Garlick of Needham Dover, Medfield - Pcts. 1, 2, Needham
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14th Norfolk District Alice Peisch of Wellesley Wayland - Pct. 4, Wellesley, Weston
15th Norfolk District Frank Smizik of Brookline Brookline - Pcts. 2-4, 6-13
1st Plymouth District Matt Muratore of Plymouth Plymouth - Pcts. 2-8, 10, 12, 14, 15
2nd Plymouth District Susan Williams Gifford Carver, Middleborough - Pcts. 3, 6, Wareham
3rd Plymouth District Garrett Bradley of Hingham Cohasset, Hingham - Pcts. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, Hull, Scituate - Pct. 3
4th Plymouth District James Cantwell of Marshfield Marshfield, Scituate - Pcts. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6
5th Plymouth District David DeCoste of Norwell Hanover, Norwell, Rockland
6th Plymouth Districtb Josh S. Cutler of Duxbury Duxbury - Pcts. 2-6, Hanson, Pembroke
7th Plymouth District Geoff Diehl of Whitman Abington, East Bridgewater - Pcts. 2-4, Whitman
8th Plymouth District – Angelo D’Emilia of Bridgewater Bridgewater, Raynham
9th Plymouth District - vacant
BROCKTON: Wd. 2, Wd. 3, Pcts. A-C, Wd. 4, Pcts. A, D, Wd. 5, Pct. A, Wd. 7, Pcts. A, B

10th Plymouth District Michelle DuBois of Brockton
BROCKTON: Wd. 4, Pct. B, C, Wd. 5, Pct. B-D , Wd. 6, East Bridgewater - Pct. 1, West Bridgewater

11th Plymouth District Claire Cronin of Brockton
Easton - Pct. 1-5, BROCKTON: Wd. 1, Wd. 3, Pct. D, Wd. 7, Pcts. C, D

12th Plymouth District Thomas Calter of Kingston
Duxbury - Pcts. 1, Halifax, Kingston, Middleborough - Pct. 1, Plymouth - Pcts. 1, 11, 13, Plympton

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1st Suffolk District Adrian Madaro of Boston BOSTON - Wd. 1, Pcts. 1-14
2nd Suffolk District Dan Ryan of Boston
BOSTON - Wd. 2, CHELSEA: Wds. 1, 2, Wd. 3, Pcts. 1, 3, Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 4

3rd Suffolk District Aaron M. michlewitz of Boston BOSTON: Wd. 3, Pcts. 1-4, 6-8, Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 3, Wd. 5, Pct. 1
4th Suffolk District Nick Collins of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 1, Pct. 15, Wd. 6, Wd., 7 Pcts. 1-8 , Wd. 13, Pct. 3

5th Suffolk District Evandro Carvalho of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 7, Pct. 10, Wd. 8, Pct. 5-7, Wd. 12, Pct. 6, Wd. 13, Pcts. 1, 2, 4, 5, Wd. 14, Pct. 1, Wd. 15, Pcts. 1-5, 7-9 , Wd. 17, Pcts. 1, 2

6th Suffolk District Russell Holmes of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 14, Pcts. 2, 4-14, Wd. 17, Pcts. 6-9, Wd. 18, Pcts. 7, 8, Wd. 19, Pct. 12

7th Suffolk District Gloria Fox of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 4, Pcts. 8-10, Wd. 5, Pct. 2A, Wd. 9, Pcts. 4, 5 , Wd. 12, Pcts. 1-5, 8, Wd. 21, Pct. 1

8th Suffolk District Jay Livingstone of Boston BOSTON: Wd. 3, Pct. 5, Wd. 4, Pct. 6, Wd. 5 Pcts. 3-9, 11 CAMBRIDGE: Wd. 2 Pcts. 2, 3, Wd. 5
9th Suffolk District Byron Rushing of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 4, Pcts. 2, 4, 5, 7, Wd. 5, Pcts. 2, 10, Wd. 8, Pcts. 1-4, Wd. 9, Pcts. 1-3

10th Suffolk District Edward F. Coppinger of Boston
Brookline (Norfolk County) - Pcts. 14-16, BOSTON - Wd. 20, Pcts. 1, 5-7, 10-20

11th Suffolk District Liz Malia of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 11, Wd. 12, Pcts. 7, 9, Wd. 14, Pct. 3, Wd. 19, Pcts. 6, 7, 9-11, 13

12th Suffolk District Dan Cullinane of Boston
Milton - Pct. 1, 2, BOSTON: Wd. 16, Pcts. 8, 11, Wd. 17, Pcts. 4, 10-14 , Wd. 18, Pcts. 1-6, 21

13th Suffolk District Daniel Hunt of Boston
QUINCY - Wd. 3, Pct. 3, BOSTON: Wd. 7 Pct. 9, Wd. 13 Pct. 6-10, Wd. 15 Pct. 6, Wd. 16 Pct. 1-7, 9, 10, 12, Wd. 17 Pct. 3, 5

14th Suffolk District Angelo Scaccia of Boston BOSTON: Wd. 18, Pcts. 9-20, 22, 23, Wd. 20, Pcts. 3, 8, 9
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Brookline - Pct. 5, BOSTON: Wd. 10, Wd. 19, Pcts. 1-5, 8, Wd. 20, Pcts. 2, 4
16th Suffolk District RoseLee Vincent of Revere
Saugus - Pct. 3, 10, CHELSEA: Wd. 3, Pcts. 2, 4, Wd. 4, Pcts. 2, 3, REVERE: Wd. 1, Pct. 3, Wd. 3, Pct. 1, Wd. 4 , Wd. 5, Pcts. 1, 2, Wd. 6

17th Suffolk District Kevin Honan of Boston
BOSTON: Wd. 21, Pcts. 3, 5-12, 15, Wd. 22, Pcts. 2, 3, 6, 9, 10
18th Suffolk
Brookline - Pct. 1, BOSTON: , Wd. 21, Pcts. 2, 4, 13, 14, 16, Wd. 22, Pcts. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11-13

18th Suffolk District Michael Moran of Boston
Boston: Wd. 21, Pcts. 2, 4, 13, 14 and 16, Wd. 22, Pcts. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13

19th Suffolk District Robert DeLeo of Winthrop
REVERE: Wd. 1, Pcts. 1, 2, Wd. 2 , Wd. 3, Pcts. 2, 3, Wd. 5 Pct. 3, Winthrop

1st Worcester District Kimberly Ferguson of Holden
Holden, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, Sterling - Pct. 1, Westminster - Pct. 2

2nd Worcester District Jonathan Zlotnik of Gardner Ashburnham, GARDNER, Winchendon, Westminster - Pct. 1
3rd Worcester District Stephen DiNatale of Fitchburg FITCHBURG, Lunenburg - Pct. B
4th Worcester District Dennis Rosa of Leominster LEOMINSTER
5th Worcester District Donnie Berthiaume of Spencer
Barre, Brookfield, East Brookfield , Hardwick, Hubbardston, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Spencer - Pcts. 2-4, Ware - Pct. A, West Brookfield

6th Worcester District Peter Durant of Spencer Charlton Pcts. 1-3, Dudley, Southbridge, Spencer - Pcts. 1
7th Worcester District Paul Frost of Auburn Auburn, Charlton - Pct. 4, Millbury, Oxford - Pcts. 2, 3
8th Worcester District Kevin Kuros of Uxbridge Bellingham, Blackstone, Millville, Uxbridge
9th Worcester District David Muradian of Grafton Grafton, Northbridge, Upton
10th Worcester District John V. Fernandes of Milford Hopedale , Medway - Pct. 1, Mendon, Milford
11th Worcester District Hannah Kane of Shrewsbury Shrewsbury, Westborough - Pcts. 4, 5
12th Worcester District Harold Naughton, Jr. of Clinton
Berlin, Boylston, Clinton, Lancaster, Northborough - Pct. 2,4, Sterling - Pct. 2

13th Worcester District John J. Mahoney of Worcester WORCESTER: Wd. 1, Pcts. 1-4, Wd. 3, Pct. 2, Wd. 9 , Wd. 10, Pct. 1
14th Worcester District – James O’Day of West Boylston
West Boylston, WORCESTER: Wd. 1, Pct. 5 , Wd. 2, Wd. 3, Pcts. 1, 3, 5
15th Worcester District Mary Keefe of Worcester
WORCESTER: Wd. 3, Pct. 4 , Wd. 4 , Wd. 5, Pct. 3 , Wd. 10, Pcts. 2-5

16th Worcester District Dan Donahue of Worcester WORCESTER: Wd. 5, Pcts. 1, 2, 4, 5, Wd. 6, Wd. 8, Pcts. 1, 5
17th Worcester District Kate Campanale of Leicester Leicester, WORCESTER: , Wd. 7, Wd. 8, Pcts. 2-4
18th Worcester District Joseph D. McKenna of Webster Douglas, Oxford - Pct. 1, 4, Sutton, Webster
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Massachusetts Fluoridation News February 15, 2016 20 Neurotoxin Resolution and its signers
In our previous issues we introduced the “Neurotoxin Resolution” (reprinted below) that calls for an end to water fluoridation in Massachusetts. In this issue we continue publishing the names of signers of the resolution. As names are added we will begin to list them by town and legislative district. Anyone who would like an electronic version of the petition and a related flyer should contact Michael F. Dolan at 413-323-5327 or mdolan.ecsn@outlook.com or P.O. Box 797, Belchertown, MA 01007.
A Resolution to Prohibit the Addition of Fluoride to Community Water Systems in Massachusetts
Preamble. This resolution is written in honor of the scientists at the US Environmental Protection Agency and elsewhere for reporting the adverse effects of fluoridated water.
Whereas a liter of fluoridated tap water contains the same dose of fluoride as the prescription medicine, and
Whereas water fluoridation violates the fundamental medical ethical principle of informed consent, and
Whereas a National Research Council investigation concluded that the current regulation of fluoride in drinking water does not protect the population of the United States, and
Whereas dozens of studies have found that fluoride in drinking water is a neurotoxin that lowers children’s IQ, and a Harvard meta-analysis of these studies confirmed the neurotoxicity of fluoride in drinking water, and
Whereas the EPA’s Neurotoxicology Division labels fluoride as a chemical with “substantial evidence of developmental neurotoxicity,”
Now therefore be it resolved that the General Laws of Massachusetts shall be revised by the passage of a measure prohibiting the addition of fluoride to community water systems in Massachusetts.
please sign and return to: Public Notice on Water Fluoridation c/o Michael F. Dolan, P.O. Box 797, Belchertown, MA 01007
Choi, A.L., Sun, G., Zhang, Y. and Grandjean, P. 2012. Developmental fluoride neurotoxicity: A systematic review and meta- analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives 120: 1362-1368.

Grandjean, P. and Landrigan, P.J. 2014. Neurobehavioural effects of developmental toxicity. Lancet Neurology 13: 330-338.
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Signers of the Neurotoxin Resolution:
Godbless Asante of Southbridge, Luis Ayala of Southbridge, Darrel Babineau of Orange, Jacalyn Balerine of Southbridge, Patty Barbine of Orange, David Barnes of New Salem, Martin A. Barroll of Paxton, Mary Barroll of Paxton, Paula Bernier of Athol, Alex Blake of Athol, Joan Bonner of Athol, Shirley Bullock of Athol, Ron Bunker of Athol, Meghan Burch of Orange, Eric Caisse of Orange, Marisa Caputo of Athol, William Cass of Athol, Remy Cellera of Orange, Dael A. Chapman of Amherst, Michelle Chenier of Southbridge, Teresa L. Cierla of Southbridge, William Coady of Orange, Karla Collazo of Southbridge, Damany Corren of Southbridge, John Crockett of Athol, Jessica Crickett of Athol, Sarah Cyhowski of Erving, Alisha M. Cummings of Athol,
Also Brad Daigle of Dudley, Elizabeth Deegan of Orange, John Delisle of Sturbridge, Henry Dertel of Orange, G. John Di Bonaventura of Southbridge, Marguerite V. Doane of Orange, Michael F. Dolan of Belchertown, Ayla Doubleday of Warwick, Irene Dzioba of Amherst, Majke Ellis of Southbridge, Dori Ehrlich of Amherst, Jeffrey Farr of Dudley, Margaret Farr of Dudley, Julie Farrell of Baldwinsville, Peter Farrell of Baldwinsville, Mark Ferrari of Athol, Bella Finnell of Athol, Frank Franconeri of Southbridge, William Fregeau of Athol,
Also Ellaine Garrepy of Dudley, Janice Gendreau of Southbridge, Kylii Godin of Southbridge, Barbara Goll of Rockport, Susan Guerchon of Amherst, Chandra Hait of Orange, Natasha Hanna of Orange, Christine Heipler of Orange, Vaughn Heipler of Orange, E.C. Higgins of Orange, Elizabeth Horn of Sturbridge, Timothy R. Jaillet of Athol, Miranda Jefferson of Athol, Anthony Johnson of Southbridge, Manuel King of Orange, Mary King of Orange, Brian C. Kopinto of Belchertown, Michelle Lambert of Athol, Chris Lamira of Southbridge, Loretta La Rue Pond of Athol, Miguel Lebrón of Southbridge, Leonar Legros of Fitchburg, Melissa Lemieux of Warwick, Xavier Omar Lopez of Southbridge, Rober Lorai of Southbridge, Mark Lorion of Athol, Elizabeth Loving of Shutesbury, Pat Lussier of New Salem,
Also Stephen MacLean of Athol, Brian P. Mallet of Orange, Louise Mangan of Athol, Edward Martini of Westboro, Larry Martowski of Athol, Mary Ellen Mathews of Southbridge, Peggy Matthews-Nilsen of Amherst, Darvan Major of Orange, Kevin McIntosh of Orange, Cara McLoughlin of Athol, Judy Melanson of Orange, Nancy Murphy of Athol, Sarah Myntti of Athol, Dave Paul of Orange, Mellonie Pauley of Dudley, Bryan Moss of Shrewsbury, Beth Nelson of Orange, Lillian G. Peps of Orange, Victor Perez of Athol, Edward Phillips of Southbridge, Dana Ploof of New Salem, Robert Rivard of Erving, Juan Rodriguez of Southbridge, Janet Royston of Orange,
Also Joseph St. Croix of Athol, Elizabeth St. Lawrence of Orange, Jonathan Sapaugh of Southbridge, Nicole Sava of Southbridge, Cynthia Savoy of Royalston, Barry R. Shapiro of Sheffield, Marjorie Shapiro of Sheffield, Annabel Shaw of Athol, Fred Shaw of Athol, David Skosupa of Warwick, Bonnie Smith of Amherst, Juanita Smith of Athol, Paul Smith of Southbridge, Shawn L. Smith of Amherst, Devon Softic of Athol, Lisa Soyer-Burk of Athol, Karla Stanley of Athol, Phyllis Stevens of Dufley, Greg Suprise of Orange, William Sykes of Orange, Jeremy Tetlow of Southbridge, Brendan Thideault of Southbridge, Matthew Tie of Athol, Joe Torzin of Orange, Carl Walker of Athol, Joanne Wheeler of Orange, Tracy Wilkinson of Orange, Trevor Wilson of Southbridge, Debra Wirth of Amherst, Mark A. Wisniewski of Deerfield, Ellen Woodbury of Athol, Alice Young of Orange, Holly Young of Athol.
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Fluoridated cities and towns in Massachusetts
The following list of fluoridated cities and towns was obtained from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health website, dated January 2014. We have not included eighteen towns that are listed, but have only a few residents receiving fluoridated water, or where only institutional inmates are receiving fluoridated water.
Fluoridated cities and towns: Acton, Acushnet, Amherst, Andover, Arlington, Ashburnham, Athol, Attleboro, Bedford, Belmont, Beverly, Billerica, Boston, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Canton, Chelsea, Cohasset, Concord, Danvers, Dartmouth [unspecified, diluted fluoride concentration between April and October], Dedham, Dracut, Duxbury, Essex, Everett, Fall River, Fitchburg, Framingham, Franklin, Gardner, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Haverhill, Hingham, Holden, Holliston, Holyoke, Hudson, Hull, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lexington, Lincoln, Longmeadow, Lowell, Lynn, Lynnfield, Malden, Manchester by the Sea, Mansfield, Marblehead, Marlborough, Medford, Medway, Melrose, Middleton, Millis, Milton, Nahant, Natick, New Bedford, Needham, Newburyport, Newton, North Andover, North Attleboro, Northborough, North Reading, Norwood, Oak Bluffs, Oxford, Peabody, Pembroke, Plainville, Quincy, Reading, Revere, Rockport, Rutland, Salem, Saugus, Scituate, Seekonk, Sharon, Shrewsbury, Somerset, Sommerville, Southboro, Southbridge, Stoughton, Stoneham, Sturbridge, Sudbury, Swampscott, Swansea, Taunton, Templeton, Tewksbury, Topsfield, Tyngsboro, Wakefield, Walpole, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland, Wenham, Wellesley, Westborough, Westford, Westminster, West Newbury, Weston, Westwood, Weymouth, Winchester, Winthrop, Woburn. Non-fluoridated cities and towns: All of Berkshire County, all of Franklin County, all of Hampshire County except Amherst, all of Hampden County except for Holyoke and Longmeadow, all of Cape Cod. The individual non-fluoridated municipalities are: Abington, Adams, Agawam, Alford, Amesbury, Aquinnah, Ashby, Ashfield, Ashland, Avon, Ayer, Barnstable, Barre, Becket, Belchertown, Bellingham, Berkley, Berkshire, Berlin, Bernardston, Blackstone, Bolton, Blandford, Bourne, Boxborough, Boylston, Braintree, Brewster, Bridgewater, Brimfield, Brockton, Brookfield, Buckland, Carlisle, Carver, Charlemont, Charlton, Chatham, Chelmsford, Cheshire, Chester, Chesterfield, Chicopee, Chilmark, Clarksburg, Clinton, Colrain, Conway, Cummington, Dalton, Deerfield, Dennis, Dighton, Douglas, Dover, Drury, Dudley, Dunstable, East Bridgewater, East Brookfield, Eastham, Easthampton, East Longmeadow, Easton, Edgartown, Egremont, Erving, Fairhaven, Falmouth, Florida, Foxborough, Georgetown, Gill, Goshen, Grafton, Granby, Great Barrington, Greenfield, Groton, Hadley, Halifax, Hampden, Hancock, Hanover, Hanson, Hardwick, Harvard, Harwich, Hatfield, Hawley, Haydenville, Heath, Hinsdale, Holbrook, Holland, Holyoke, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hubbardston, Huntington, Kingston, Lakeville, Lancaster, Lanesboro, Lee, Leicester, Lenox, Leominster, Leverett, Littleton, Ludlow, Lunenberg, Marion, Marshfield, Mashpee, Mattapoisett, Maynard, Medfield, Mendon, Merrimac, Methuen, Middleborough, Middlefield, Milford, Millbury, Millville, Monroe, Monson, Montague, Montgomery, Mount Washington, Nantucket, New Ashford, New Braintree, Newbury, New Marlborough, New Salem, North Adams, Norfolk, Northampton, Northbridge, North Brookfield, Northfield, Norton, Norwell, Oakham, Orange, Orleans, Otis, Palmer, Paxton, Pelham, Pepperell, Peru, Petersham, Phillipston, Pittsfield, Plainfield, Plymouth, Plympton, Princeton, Provincetown, Randolph, Raynham, Rehoboth, Richmond, Rochester, Rockland, Rowley, Rowe, Royalston, Russell, Salisbury, Sandisfield,
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Sandwich, Savoy, Sheffield, Shelburne, Sherborn, Shirley, Shutesbury, Southampton, Southfield, South Hadley, Southwick, Spencer, Springfield, Stockbridge, Stoughton, Stow, Sunderland, Tolland, Townsend, Truro, Tyringham, Upton, Uxbridge, Vineyard Haven, Wales, Ware, Wareham, Warren, Warwick, Washington, Webster, Wellfleet, Wendell, West Boylston, West Bridgewater, West Brookfield, Westfield, Westhampton, Westport, West Springfield, West Tisbury, Whately, Whitman, Wilbraham, Williamsburg, Williamstown, Wilmington, Winchendon, Windsor, Worcester, Worthington, Wrentham, Yarmouth.
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