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Supervisors deny water withdrawal

September 26, 2013

After six months and six hearings, two Old Lycoming Township supervisors handed down a decision Wednesday evening that denies a permit to Centura Development to withdraw up to 250,000 gallons of......

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Garben78

Sep-26-13 6:01 AM

With all the other water withdraw sites in place this will not effect the drilling industry a single tiny bit period... All it means is Mr. Eck won't be getting a paycheck for the use of his facility..

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andy33

Sep-26-13 6:22 AM

Finally...at least 2 supervisors seem to have 'brass ones' and did the right thing....The other supervisor is so hooked into the gassers...sorry,,,her paycheck!!!!

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sideliner

Sep-26-13 6:26 AM

Nice to see supervisors stand up for the people they represent.

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sideliner

Sep-26-13 6:26 AM

Nice to see supervisors stand up for the people they represent.

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Shirly

Sep-26-13 9:49 AM

How did this happen?!? The frackers didn't get what they wanted? Just wait a little bit. Someone will cave in to a big wad of cash and our beautiful state will continue on the path to environmental destruction...

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Garben78

Sep-26-13 5:39 PM

Why no comment from you pinecr?

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