The use of fluoride in the Sheridan city water supply system has become an issue for some now that the city's upgrade to the Big Goose and Sheridan water treatment plants are nearing completion and the upgrade includes adding the chemical to the water.
This is a current map of how the drop offs will go at the beginning of the school year. A larger version is available below. (Courtesy of JCSD1)
The first day of school for Johnson County is Tuesday, and school district officials want to remind parents of the current plan for student drop-offs on S. Burritt Avenue as the street is still under construction.
At their latest meeting the Johnson County Commissioners heard County Planner Rob Yingling's report.
He gave them a written annual report covering the planning commission and the county's planning department.
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