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Panel tackles fracking topic (video)

Less water does not mean fewer concerns

March 26, 2013

BOARDMAN — The director of the Ohio EPA says his goal always has been to reduce millions of gallons of water used in the state’s oil and natural gas drilling process, but though it sounds promising......

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WarrenProud

Mar-26-13 5:19 AM

By time they figure out Fracking, our environment will be destroyed. It's pretty obvious the Big Gas & Oil money is influencing true science on this issue because it's all about making money.

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JustMyTwoCents

Mar-26-13 9:04 AM

WP, WTF do you get all your info and how do you know so much about everything? It must be nice to have as much expertise as you...Please run for mayor and save our city, be part of the solution rather than complain....and to save you some time I do happen to be part of a solution to one very small problem but I, as many other get tired of you shooting off your mouth about everything. Weren't you taught if you didn't have anything nice to say then don't say it at all. IDGAF about your opinions but REALLY quit talking out uranus!

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Girardite

Mar-28-13 1:31 PM

Let me get this straight. We had to close the docks and recreation activity on Mosquito Lake reservoir because the water levels were so low due to drought. With this in mind, and remembering that Mosquito is Warren's drinking water supply, Mayor Franklin wants to sell water for fracking to the oil and natural gas industry. Brilliant! Simply Brilliant!

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ProudWarrenite

Mar-31-13 8:40 AM

Wait until they start fracking the well in Lordstown. There are many old mines in that area that may end up collapsing and destroying properties above them. The gas and oil industry is a 'money talks...' type of business, with plenty of politicians holding their hands out.

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