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One More Day to Act: Gas Drilling May Begin in New York Soon

It's down to the final wire for public comments on the proposed regulations to allow for industrial gas drilling and fracking in New York.

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Wes Gillingham: My name is Wes Gillingham, from Catskill Mountainkeeper. We've been doing this for three years. It's time to pay attention to the science, not have it be a political process; realize the science is there to say drilling is not safe. Governor Cuomo is pushing this forward way too fast. This is not good for New York; it's not good for us; it's not good for our children.

Artel: From the kitchen table, out on the road, I'm Sabrina Artel.

Written comments will be accepted if received or postmarked by 5pm, January 11, 2012 via two methods only:

Mailed letters or electronic submissions using the comment form on DEC's web site.

Faxed, telephoned or emailed comments will not be accepted into the official record.  

Mail paper comments to:

Attn: dSGEIS Comments
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-6510

 You may also wish to mail a copy to the Governor:

The Honorable Andrew Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capitol Building, Albany, NY 12224

 

 

 

Sabrina Artel is the creator and host of Trailer Talk, a weekly radio show that engages the community through conversations about culture, politics, the arts and the environment. To find out more about Trailer Talk's Frack Talk Marcellus Shale Water Project visit Trailer Talk .

 
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