BOONE, Iowa—The City of Boone conducts an annual water quality analysis and recently released the most recent report on the findings in the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report. The report this spring shows that the Boone Water Works had no violations during it’s required testing. Nitrate testing showed the highest level was 3.4 parts per million, well below the 10 parts per million limit maximum. In the past, Utility Superintendent Roy Martin released information about the use of fluoride. He noted that some fluoride occurs naturally in the water, that coupled with an additive balance the current level. Martin says issues of fluoridation should be discussed with each families dental health provider. The Consumer Confidence Report shows that Boone Water Works was able to continue meeting increased treatment challenges because of drought conditions. Since last year, wells have been monitored closely and continued to provide an adequate water supply for all residents using the Boone City water distribution system and those customers served by Boone through the Xenia Rural Water system. A copy of the report is available on line from the City of Boone here, or a paper copy can be obtained at the Boone City Hall.