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Friday, March 18, 2011

Monongalia River Basin Commission Meeting!!--Alert

Marcellus Shale drill pads, fracking equipment, and pumping equipment once built in your neighborhood will be there to stay--FOREVER!!!!!!

Here it is: first they drill for Marcellus Shale-around 5000 feet down. Next, comes Utica Shale below that layer. Next comes another shale layer even below that one. Then finally, there is oil. Yes oil. An oil field that is bigger than the ones in Saudi Arabia!!! Pennsylvania is the next Saudi Arabia-and it will be accessed in your neighborhood.

Yes, heavy industry right next door to your home FOREVER!!!! There goes your property values, folks.

Coming Wednesday, March 23, 2011, 1:00-3:30,  is a very important meeting and information gathering scheduled at the Morgantown, WV's airport (Rt. 79 south. Exit at Star City.)


This meeting will be held by the  Issak Walton League of America. They will be holding the Monongalia River Compact Meeting and being joined by 43 watershed compact groups.


They will be discussing Marcellus Shale drillers, and the toxic water that has been found in the watersheds upstream of Pittsburgh/Western PA, and what can be done before it heads downstream into our own region. This group is called the Mon River Basin Commission.


Check out the website. See here


For further information on this meeting call Don Strimbeck. His website is called Uppermon.org


His email address is: DESOINKS @comcast.net


Don's phone number is 1-304-599-7585.


ATTEND THIS MEETING IN WV NEXT WEEK IF YOU CAN!!!




If you are interested in getting involved with setting up a Citizen's Water Monitoring program, becoming the eyes and ears for water quality in your community, for the DEP, call Ken Dufalla, 1-724-377-0901.


Getting training to test your streams and creeks within your watershed. The testing kit costs around $250.00, and the training can cost around $300.00.

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