Friday, March 23, 2012

Gas pipeline Butler spread Worres Marcellus outreach

Friday, March 23, 2012
A Butler County Community group against Marcellus slate natural gas drilling will leaders know that it has concerns about the potential for gas pipelines, the landscape of crosshatch elected.

Marcellus outreach asks Butler (MOB) with concerns about the potential number of lines and how closely it to write, call or visit the politicians at all levels are regulated.

An official with the organization that the approximately 40 people, said "This is part of the structure of the entire Marcellus shale (game)," Diane Arnold, an informative meeting public library Saturday at Butler visited.

Members of the Group discussed their fears over thousands of kilometers of pipeline traversing the State, argue the lines not good enough are regulated.

"We move from a rural area in an industrial zone," Arnold said.

MOB plans two events to mark his mission. The first, Marcellus infrastructure counter Summit happened Tuesday in Pittsburgh. Designed the second, is a bicycle tour, the anti Marcellus awareness movement, occurs over two weeks in July.

Tuesday event is contrary to the Marcellus midstream Conference that Monday will be held Wednesday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The Marcellus Summit begins at 4 P.m. at the Smithfield United Church of Christ, according to MOB members.

MOB to stage plans of his bicycle tour from July 14 to 28 July. Known as the "tour de tails", starts participants of of driving in Butler and end in Washington, D.C.

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