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Mingo talks transfer of funds

April 10, 2013

MINGO JUNCTION — Village Council Tuesday heard updates about a court application to transfer $362,999 out of the community complex fund into the general fund and from residents complaining about dus......

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TomSays

Apr-11-13 5:17 AM

Fracking is dangerous and the rules way too lax. Injecting radio active water filled with nasty chemicals is not good for our environment to free up the gas, then they inject that water back into the ground to destroy our environment forever or some scumbag operator who cares about nothing but the money pours it down the drain and into our rivers like they did in Youngstown recently.

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libertysolider

Apr-10-13 10:52 PM

“Compounding the problem is a sand facility used in the fracking of oil and gas”. WAKE UP MINGO! This is not just sand, this is silica sand. The same sand that causes silicosis. The same sand that OSHA warns about in the fracking process. Once silica sand is in the lungs it keeps doing damage. This unloading station was located along the railroad tracks in Dillionville and moved into Mingo when the EPA was going to cite. This is the same company that told the residents of Dillonville to take the silica sand to put in their gardens and to put in their children’s sand boxes! ***********osha.gov/dts/hazardalerts/hydraulic_frac_hazard_alert.html

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