Coshocton County Leaders to Examine Utica Shale Effects

From the Coshocton Tribune:
Local leaders are set to give consideration to the influence oil and gas drilling could have on Coshocton County. 
The Coshocton Port Authority and the Ohio State University Extension Office are hosting a strategic planning session concerning the impending Utica Shale boom projected for the area. The meeting will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Frontier Power Community Room. 
Port Authority Executive Director Dorothy Skowrunski said organizers expect about 40 to 50 people to attend from various sectors across the community as invited by the local Community Development Council. The initiative is being funded by $3,000 in Coshocton County Community Economic Development Plan funds.
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