The city council voted Monday night to remove the additive.
Even if fluoridation prevents tooth decay, Councilman Ben Fredricks said the city shouldn't make a medical decision for citizens without their consent.
The Daily News reported the city is halting fluoridation on Tuesday but it will take a few days before all the treated water flows through the system.
Information from: The Daily News, http://www.tdn.com
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