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Hixson board hunkers down against clean-water activist

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Hixson Utility Board manager Greg Butler addresses members Jeff Davis and Rebecca Hunter and, at right, clean water booster Heath Marter, who is forbidden to speak. (Photo David Tulis)Despite pleas from a clean water activist, a public board in Hixson is turning a deaf ear to warnings about a product it admits is industrial waste. Board member Ken Rich is asked Friday why the board is putting the acid in the water when not required to under law. “Because of the benefits of it — the dental benefits.” By David Tulis / Noogaradio 92.7 FM 95.3 FM HD4 Putting on his jacket and turning to go out of the room, Mr. Rich says hydrofluorocilicic acid “is something that is  actually approved and requested by dentists.” Is that support

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