By Ron Richter
The City of Sheridan held a study session Monday where one of the items discussed was a proposed community survey regarding the application of fluoride within the City’s water treatment process.
The survey that is being proposed would be through mail, and would be sent to over 9,300 random City and SAWS water customers. Public Works Director Nic Bateson said the goal would be to receive at least a 50 percent response to make the survey statistically valid. City Administrator Mark Collins reassured members of the City Council and Mayor Roger Miller that if they do approve a professional services contract with a firm to conduct the survey, the survey would indeed be valid and reliable.