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Rutland Fluoride Action

Interview with Kathleen Krevetski‚Äč

My November 2021 interview with Kathleen Krevetski as part of her "On the Porch in Rutland City" series is now available at the following location:

The interview offers an update on the fluoridation issue, including a Nov. 1 Board of Aldermen meeting at which 12 people spoke against fluoridation in Rutland. I requested that the board take a fresh look at fluoridation in light of emerging science. The board referred the matter to the Public Works Committee. I anticipate the committee will take up the matter in January 2022.

Thanks to Kathleen and videographer Shaun Bryer for producing this informative piece.


About Jack Crowther

Jack Crowther has lived in Rutland since 1968. 

Now retired, he worked for the Rutland Herald for 17 years as a reporter, editor, editorial writer and columnist. 

He later was self-employed as a freelance writer for businesses and organizations and taught workshops on writing in the workplace. 

In the 1990s, he worked for Central Vermont Public Service Corp., primarily in customer communications.

Since about 1998, he has been secretary of Chapter 1, Vietnam Veterans of America and serves as its historian. He has been the coordinator of the Wild Woods Music Co-op, which conducts monthly sing-alongs and jam sessions at the Godnick Adult Center, for more than 15 years. For several years he chaired the Rutland City door-to-door fundraising for the American Cancer Society. 

He has written short guides to writing in the workplace and writing press releases. In 2013 he researched and wrote The Story of the Lincoln Iron Works for the Rutland Historical Society.