Mansfield seeks unbiased advice on fracking
Law Director John Spon told council Tuesday he'll look into finding an objective expert to advise city officials on technical aspects involved in disposing of fracking waste.
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#1 Dec 11, 2011
The city takes all the risks of this controversial technology for a lousy two full time jobs? YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING ME?
City is wise to slow this whole thing down for objective analysis. I propose a PER GALLON fee paid to the city and county by the dumpers. Who knows what dangers lie ahead?
#2 Jan 27, 2012
1.2 million instances of fracking since 1947 and not one instance where fracking directly contaminated the groundwater....overburden is densely consolidated and extremely thick...stupidity occurs on the surface by spills and inept employees and can affect groundwater quality...
#3 Jan 29, 2012
We in Mansfield also want to be proteced when Bubba arrives with a hangover some morning and opens the wrong valve.
#4 Jan 31, 2012
You could apply for the job...you`d make a good Bubba!
#5 Feb 2, 2012
Maybe I should apply! That would make me half of the staff of this dubious project.
#6 Feb 3, 2012
You might make a good valve turner...as you are vested in seeing things done properly...
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