There have been other booms in Harrison County — wool, oil and gas, coal — but they never put down the kind of roots that Matthew Puskarich aims to tend.
“Nothing kept giving,” he said.
This time around, it should be different: Puskarich and other civic leaders are working to make sure that the fracking riches now flowing in their Appalachian communities lead to long-lasting charitable resources, too.
“We’re looking to have things left over because when this ends, as all things do, we don’t want it to have slipped through our fingers, as it appears to have done in the past,” he said.You can read the entire article by clicking here.
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