Chesapeake Energy employees participa...

Chesapeake Energy employees participate in community projects

There are 8 comments on the Carrollton Free Press Standard story from Jul 16, 2012, titled Chesapeake Energy employees participate in community projects. In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

Twenty-seven employees of Chesapeake Energy spent a half day last week volunteering at Seven Ranges Scout Reservation in Carroll County.

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AHS

Dover, OH

#1 Jul 21, 2012
Shell game, people, shell game.
Touche

United States

#2 Jul 21, 2012
Unless you spent time volunteering last week, you have no room to question the motives of those that did. Obviously, you have an axe to grind and allowed yourself to make this uninformed, unsubstantiated, and unfair comment. Let he without sin cast the first stone...
Randy Miller

Cadiz, OH

#3 Jul 23, 2012
AHS, you don't want them to help the community? Why are you so bitter?

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#4 Jul 25, 2012
la calle el de el vakano
AHS

Dover, OH

#5 Jul 26, 2012
Touche wrote:
Unless you spent time volunteering last week, you have no room to question the motives of those that did. Obviously, you have an axe to grind and allowed yourself to make this uninformed, unsubstantiated, and unfair comment. Let he without sin cast the first stone...
NOT uninformed, by far. Too many people are blinded by the money and pretense of community involvement, too blind to realize they are measuring for the knife - in our wells, in our water supply, on our land. You are indeed uninformed.
Touche

United States

#6 Jul 26, 2012
Uninformed because I would bet my house that you have no knowledge about any facts...you just want to pile on with those that are looking for the silver bullet in the cloud (instead of the silver lining). As none of us knows the future, I will focus on the present. And they were helping out at Seven Ranges while you (and I) were home sitting on our backsides.
Shame on you for using your uninformed (read no facts) opinion to denigrate the good being done in our community.
Randy Miller

Dover, OH

#7 Jul 26, 2012
So they came here to secretly destroy, on purpose, our wells and all in Carroll County land. You must be an insider, AHS, to discover all of this. Tell me how many wells and land in other communities have they purposely destroyed?
Wow

Cadiz, OH

#8 Jul 31, 2012
ahs your land is "safe" you can do with it whatever you like, just like all the other land owners can.

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