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Hydraulic Fracturing Is An Economic Necessity

May 12, 2013

The Southern Tier counties of New York state have been languishing in a politically induced limbo over hydraulic fracturings’ future for close to five years. Though Gov....

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May-12-13 6:48 AM

Janice L. Miller is a resident of Machias, N.Y. Not a resident of Chautauqua County. Who cares what you think. They can force all the toxic waste into your ground water if you want it, not mine.

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May-12-13 12:26 PM

Think again about these jobs going to New Yorkers. It will be like the oil wells of years ago - the companies will bring in their own labor, who don't care about how the land and roads are maintained. Paychecks are sent home, and once they get what they want, they'll be out of here.

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May-14-13 7:17 AM

Upstate New Yorkers are the victims of a vicious disinformation campaign by those using 'junk science' to denigrate a process which has proven itself in 30 states. One needs to look no further than our neighbors in Pennsylvania for the benefits hydrofracing has brought to them. More jobs and a better way of life.

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May-14-13 7:50 AM

With a couple frack wells in area the tax revenue alone could pay for schools and take he burden off property owners. Albany wants to push mandates on us, and not even allow us to reap the natural gas under our own feet. Like living in District 12 in Hunger Games.

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