My question involves public health law in the State of: Ohio
The people of my city amended the city charter to prohibit specific actions of its public utilities from preforming specific tasks.
I want to know how to hold the city accountable for this violation so that the will of the people is enforced.
It goes on to list some specifically and explicitly named substances that are prohibited in "whatever state, and all other drugsNotwithstanding [In spite of] any ordinance or resolutions which heretofore [before] may have been enacted,
the addition of any substance to the public water supply for the purpose of affecting the bodies
or the bodily or mental functions of the consumers hereby is prohibited.
and chemicals, antibiotic or otherwise, which could affect the consumer's bodily functions in any
The city is in a very clear breach of this prohibition.
The first sentence (as noted above) retroactively invalidates any ordinances or resolutions that may have previously allowed such substances.
Worst is the city is actually supplementing the specific and explicit additives listed by name.
The city, to it's own detriment, publishes a report on how much of these prohibited chemicals they add. It is very very easy to prove.
I would like to know what recommendations others might have for proceedings against my city's negligence.