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Previous Appeal to Governor Kasich

Previous Appeal to Governor Kasich

FWAP Builds the Record to Show Legislative and Regulatory Inaction Despite Evidence of Dangers Dear Governor Kasich: We are writing as representatives of a rapidly expanding volunteer coalition of concerned citizens, organizations and professionals. We would like to request a meeting to present and share our serious concerns and possible solutions for very...

Appeal to Ohio Inspector General to Investigate

Appeal to Ohio Inspector General to Investigate

Appeal to Ohio Inspector General to Investigate: Need for Better Regulation and Oversight Not Investigated; Public Health and Property Put at Increasing Risk To Whom It May Concern: We would like to document a complaint regarding the policies and procedures followed by the ODNR. Because of the increase in permits allowed for high volume slick water horizontal...

— USEPA Asked to Intervene in ODNR Permitting

— USEPA Asked to Intervene in ODNR Permitting

Ohio to Become a Frack Waste Dumping Ground April 16, 2014 — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is the sole regulator of the horizontal hydraulic fracturing (fracking) industry which includes the permitting of not only fracking itself, but the disposal of its toxic and radioactive waste. As fracking continues to grow in the state, so does the amount of...

Follow Up Meeting with Rep Hill’s Aide

Follow Up Meeting with Rep Hill’s Aide

On April 2 we met with Representative Brian Hill’s aide, Brandon Ogden. Now we’re following up regarding the discussion we had about Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District. You may find the links useful at the end of this message Dear Brandon: Please share this with Representative Hill for his information. I am assembling a mailing for Muskingum...

Follow Up Meeting with Seantor Balderson

Follow Up Meeting with Seantor Balderson

On April 2, 2014, as part of Legislator Accountability Day, we met with Sen. Balderson. This was our follow up letter and information we provided him. At the bottom you will find some helpful resources. Dear Senator Balderson: Thank you for meeting with us briefly last Wednesday. We appreciate the opportunity to express our concerns about what is happening in...