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Agency, business take natural gas to another level

December 19, 2013

There’s one place you can go in Williamsport where gasoline costs less than $2 a gallon. Call it the visionary reward....

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Dec-19-13 9:03 PM

That is too funny Bornhere. Thanks!

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Dec-19-13 4:54 PM

I heard they only go 60 miles to a tank. We need a lot more filling stations. For my work sometimes I drive over 100 miles per day.

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Dec-19-13 2:58 PM

Call it...other people are suffering from the gas industry drilling in their areas, but the City is happy with the boom and the money from it. Isn't that always the way, stomp on the little people so the big people can have their way!

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Dec-19-13 12:56 PM

Hey rick, it is so popular that old Gabe sold his car because of the lack of filling stations, there's only 22 in the state.

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Dec-19-13 9:17 AM

Here we go again. The boom. Just how much does it cost to convert to CNG? I am seeing 6 to 12 thousand dollars. Does that really pay for itself in the long run? Since there are few filling stations looks like you would be using gas most of the time anyway. Don't get me wrong, this is a step in the right direction but it should have been done long ago. To me the plug in Hybrid with solar charging while you are at work is the way to go. I just don't think CNG for private vehicles will make it, unless the government will subsidize it and that kind of defeats the republican way of thinking.

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