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Land conservancy official believes cooperation’s key

July 11, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — The head of the Western Reserve Land Conservancy says Ohioans can’t afford to see their farmlands laid to waste any more than they can afford to turn their backs on the oil and gas......

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mkhunt

Jul-11-13 11:56 PM

Shale Summit 2013 was a posh affair which featured this man plus...John Hofmeister,former president of Shell during the human rights abuses by Shell in Nigeria now the D.C., director of CITIZENS FOR AFFORDABLE ENERGY..I want clean air and water! We cannot be healthy if we are exposed to toxic chemicals..the cost is our lives.

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mkhunt

Jul-11-13 8:07 PM

Water, air and land are contaminated and this will continue until the perpetrators are brought to trial..the money taken at the top is similar to many 1980's frauds and some of the companies are the same or are linked to Enron, MCI Worldcom and we need enforcement now. There is no compromise with criminal behavior and that is what poisoning for profit is...cuff 'em and lock them up.

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