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Sunday, December 25, 2011

PA Representative T. Mark Mustio--(R-District 44) and HB1950

This is a cell phone text from T. Mark Mustio in regards to legislation that will allow the PA State legislature to take away all rights from local municipalities in regards to writing local rules and ordinances that would control the Marcellus Shales predatory industry. But instead, Mustio supports allowing a statewide ordinance that would benefit the industry.

Mr. T. Mark Mustio appears in his text that he has more concern for the Marcellus Shale industry than the voters in his representative district. Mustio comes from the insurance industry. He is a partner in a Moon Township insurance business. Is Mustio or his associates selling insurance to this industry?

It is documented that water, air and soils have been polluted by Fracking fluids that have been spilled or dumped. Mustio appears to lean more toward the Marcellus Shale industry. Also, Mustio has taken money from the energy industry. Even a small amount of cash still ties them to the industries in which they accept money. It is a relationship between the pimp and the john. In this case, the pimp is the energy/gas industry and T. Mark Mustio is acting as the john.

This is what I initially wrote to T. Mark Mustio-R-44

Dear Rep. T. Mark Mustio (PA-44),

I just signed a petition addressed to you titled Petition Opposing  PA HB 1950 & SB 1100. So far, 11,541 people have signed the petition,

including 82 of your constituents.

The petition states:
"Oppose PA HB 1950 and SB 1100, which would preempt strong local ordinances regulating Marcellus drilling in Pennsylvania and replace them with weak and inadequate state regulations."
My additional comments are:
It is time to prevent the predatory drilling companies from taking over local ordinances, and to prevent Corbett from achieving a second term.
You can reply to me directly, but if you'd like to respond to all of your constituents who have signed the petition, click here:http://signon.org/target_talkback.html

To download a PDF file of all of your constituents who have signed the petition, click this link:http://www.signon.org/deliver_pdf.html

Mr. Y (name changed for this posting to protect individual)
moon township, PA

After I wrote Rep. T. Mark Mustio in regards to HB 1950, this was his response:

From: Mark Mustio <signon-reply@signon.org>

To: (my email address) >

Sent: Thu, Dec 22, 2011 6:00 pm

Subject: Re: I'm the 11,541st signer: "Petition Opposing  PA HB 1950 & SB 1100"
                                                                   "Bla bla bla"
T. Mark Mustio

Sent from my iPad

From: Mark Mustio [mailto:mmustio@pahousegop.com]
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2011 3:49 PM
To: Mr. X
Subject: RE: HB1950 and SB1000

landowners are constituents too. 

T. Mark Mustio
44th Legislative District
District Phone      412-262-3780
Harrisburg Phone 717-787-6651

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From Mr. X ..... 12/19/2011 3:46 PM >>>
I think you are somewhat describing my area South Fayette.  My whole issue is having a drill site across the road (750 feet) from the school system.  I personally do not care about the rights of the lease holders; I care about the safety of our children. 

Don’t you agree?

From: Mark Mustio [mailto:mmustio@pahousegop.com]
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2011 3:39 PM
To: Mr. X

 Re: HB1950 and SB1000

The municipalities in my district have ordinances that fit in the legislation.  The area that I have a problem with are those municipalities (or their elected officials) that have swallowed the anti drilling koolaid and have in essence banned drilling by adopting an ordinance that has so many stipulations they have taken away oil, gas and mineral rights owners ability to gain from their rights.
T. Mark Mustio
Sent from my iPad

On Dec 19, 2011, at 3:08 PM, Mr. X wrote:
I know, but the municipality does have the knowledge to determine where in the Township drilling can occur.  If you take that away, it is a free for all.

From: Mark Mustio [mailto:mmustio@pahousegop.com]
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2011 3:04 PM
To: Mr. X
Subject: Re: HB1950 and SB1000

If a municipality eliminates drilling all together then there needs to be state intervention.  
T. Mark Mustio
Sent from my iPad

On Dec 19, 2011, at 1:52 PM, Mr. X wrote:
Please do not “Vote†to eliminate the Rights of all the Municipalities to manage their own Zoning Rights.  This issue has never been considered before, why is it being considered for the Natural Gas industry?

I swear to God, I will never vote for any Politician that votes to remove the Local Zoning Rights from the individual Municipalities!!!!

(Name deleted for obvious reasons.)

I added the red color and bold text. In this thread between Mr. X and T. Mark Mustio, you see that Mustio cares more about the need for drilling than the rights of individuals. He believes that anyone who does not want the drilling and Fracking predators entering their community and possibly destroying it through practices that could create significant problems, have been drinking the Kool-Aid. He believes that it is the state's right to intervene if communities decide to ban it or restrict drilling and Fracking in such a way that the industry moves on.

Another note: Mr. X sent out this email and it got forwarded to me, and many others, including PA Rep. Jesse White, of Washington County.

In the top thread where Mustio writes back, "bla, bla, bla", you see the arrogance of this PA paid employee who cares more about the drillers and Frackers and their needs, than the very people he is supposed to represent. He proclaims that this industry is also his "constituent". Industries don't vote, Mustio, people vote. And, most of the people in this industry do not live in your 44th district.

I believe that Mr. T. Mark Mustio is the one who has been drinking gallons of the Fracking Kool-Aid.

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