Sunday, July 31, 2011

Traveling in Pennsylvania

SCLOC is sponsoring a meeting for all landowners who own their mineral rights in the Dominion Storage and buffer zone on Wednesday August 10- 7 PM- Woodhull town hall.
I would like to comment on the article in the Sunday Corning Leader about the potential road damage in New York State, claiming that the hydrofracking activity will damage the roads. Vincent Spagnoletti of the Steuben County Public Works said the gas companies working in PA have repaired and rebuilt the roads to a better standard than previously constructed. New York needs the tax revenue gas drilling will generate to repair its deteriorating infrastructure. Last week I traveled for 8 hours through PA on different roads and I did not see one drilling pad or drilling rig, but I did see many wind turbine farms that had disrupted the natural beauty of the landscape forever .Neil

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