Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Save Kid's Teeth

A majority of Wilmington City Council members have decided to survey the
city's voters on this important public health issue.

Last issue on the November 8th Ballot:
Advisory Election
City of Wilmington
“Should the City of Wilmington institute a controlled fluoridation process
as and for the public water supply controlled by and distributed by the City
of Wilmington?”
If the result of the ballot survey is favorable council will vote on an
ordinance to add cavity preventing fluoride to the city water supply.

Some relevant facts to be considered on this matter are:
a. Ask your dentist and your doctor for their professional views. Most, if
not all, approve of added fluoride.
b. Note that the Clinton County Health Department director supports the
c. Ask friends and acquaintances in Sabina if they have experienced any
health problems from their drinking water. Sabina water contains natural
occurring fluoride levels almost twice as high as the proposed Wilmington
treatment plan.
Paul Hunter

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Sow The Wind

Trump was elected by the majority of Republican voters, to be their presidential candidate with full knowledge of his character. Just because that knowledge has recently expanded doesn't give the party leaders the right or privilege to undo the choice.
As Trump supporter Jerry Falwell Jr. might say "They that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind"

Paul Hunter

Saturday, October 1, 2016


Being a county commissioner is more than just administering the dollars and cents of county operations. It's also about caring for the least of us who may have fallen on hard times, grown old or are overwhelmed by ill health. In other words, caring about people and not just numbers.
If you are a senior citizen or a family member responsible for caring for aging parents, you need all the help you can get in the caring department.
Dean Feldmeyer a county commissioner candidate has a caring agenda and the experience to implement policies and funding for the needs of the, often forgotten, folks.
Besides his day job of tending to the needs of the sad, the sick and the dying he has toiled in the public sector.
Dean has been a twelve year member of Community Action , a county wide organization serving the needs of the least and needy of our citizens. He has served as President of Community Action for five of the twelve years, overseeing the operation of the senior center, providing senior housing, meals on wheels and other home services.
If you care about a caring government vote for Dean Feldmeyer for county commissioner.

Paul Hunter