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Monday, June 3, 2013

Wheeling Water Warriors Get an Inside Look at Their Enemy's Lair

From The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:
Gary Evans joins Kate Marshall in hoping to reduce the number of natural gas frack water trucks tearing up local roads.
The common ground seems to stop there, however, as officials with GreenHunter Water continue to clash with the group of concerned residents known as the "Wheeling Water Warriors" over the plan to construct the frack water recycling plant at the former Seidler's Oil Service site on North 28th Street in Warwood.
Friday, GreenHunter officials offered a tour of the Warwood site to the warriors and members of Wheeling City Council. Councilwoman Gloria Delbrugge, who lives in and represents Warwood, and Councilman Robert "Herk" Henry attended the tour, along with the warriors.
"Our goal is to remove much of this truck traffic from the roads," said Evans, chief executive officer of both Magnum Hunter Resources and GreenHunter Resources, which owns the site of the proposed Warwood GreenHunter Water plant.
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