Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Trumbull County Residents Angry About Disturbances from Drilling

From the Tribune Chronicle:
Constant noise, flood lights, smell of diesel fuel and worries about the safety of their drinking water were enough for some residents of the Westwood Lake mobile home park who live a stone's throw from a Utica Shale natural gas well where fracking began last week.
But when apparently misguided trucks heading for the well site ended up on the park's quiet dead-end street in recent weeks - including one driver banging on the door of Dave Clouser's home at 3 a.m. - frustrations really grew.
Clouser and his neighbor, Pat McCrudden, said they knew of three or four trucks that had headed down their neatly manicured lane in recent weeks, apparently guided by coordinates for Halcon Resources' Kibler Well entered into GPS devices.
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