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Citation: 

Fairfax, Virginia, Municipal Code § 42-1-2 (2012); Fairfax, Virginia, Municipal Code § 42-1-3 (2012); Fairfax, Virginia, Municipal Code § 42-1-4 (2012); Fairfax, Virginia, Municipal Code § 42-1-5 (2012).

Date Adopted: 
Sun, 01/01/2012
Title: 
Fairfax County Code of Ordinances
Chapter: 
CHAPTER 42. - Fluoridation of water.
Article: 
ARTICLE 1. - In General.
Legislation Type: 
Ordinance
Locality: 
Fairfax
Section: 
§ 42-1-2 Records; concentration tests.
§ 42-1-3 Supervision by County Health Officer.
§ 42-1-4 Reports by County Health Officer; surveys; research.
§ 42-1-5 Liability for injury or damage.
State: 
Legislation text: 
§ 42-1-2 Records; concentration tests. The suppliers of water shall keep an accurate daily record showing for each supply the number of gallons treated and the fluoridation concentration of the water before and after treatment, and they shall also determine the fluoridation concentration in the distribution systems at such points and at such intervals as may be required by the State Department of Health or the County Health Officer. HISTORY NOTE: (1954 Code, vol. 1, § 8-2; 1961 Code, § 13-2.) § 42-1-3 Supervision by County Health Officer. The County Health Officer shall have general supervision over the treatment of public water supplies with fluoride and the suppliers of water are directed to furnish the County Health Officer copies of all records pertaining to such treatment as may be required by him. HISTORY NOTE: (1954 Code, vol. 1, § 8-3; 1961 Code, § 13-3.) § 42-1-4 Reports by County Health Officer; surveys; research. The County Health Officer shall make periodical reports to the Board of Supervisors on the fluoridation of the public water supplies, and shall seek the cooperation of educational and scientific institutions to conduct surveys and research as to the beneficial effect, if any, of the program and the project on the citizens of the County. HISTORY NOTE: (1954 Code, vol. 1, § 8-4; 1961 Code, § 13-4.) § 42-1-5 Liability for injury or damage. The Board of Supervisors in authorizing fluoridation, however, expressly declares that it in no way assumes any liability for, or on account of, any damage or injury incurred by any user of water so treated. HISTORY NOTE: (1954 Code, vol. 1, § 8-5; 1961 Code, § 13-5.)