Originally published as a special contribution to the Richmond Register. Find the original story here.
The Madison County Branch of The Women’s Network will hold its bi-monthly meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at the Central Bank community room, 350 W. Main St., Richmond. The topic will be hydraulic fracturing to extract oil and gas.
Original article written by Andy McDonald for the Richmond Register. Find the original story here.
The Berea City Council passed a resolution Tuesday expressing opposition to gas and oil extraction in the area by hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as fracking.
The measure proclaims the city’s interest in preserving water resources in the area and urges property owners to carefully consider the impact of fracking on the county’s environment before leasing land to energy companies.
Original article written by Greg Kocher for the Lexington Herald Leader. Find the original story here.
BEREA — Berea City Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday expressing opposition to hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in watershed areas near the reservoirs from which the city draws its drinking water.
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