Ohio Department of Natural Resources Still Well Short of Goal for New Inspectors

From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
Whatever happened to the state's plan to triple the number of oil and gas inspectors as fracking intensifies in Ohio? 
The state has not met the goal it set in May. 
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has hired eight new inspectors, which leaves it far short of its goal of having 90 inspectors by early next year. 
The department now has 36 full-time inspectors, eight supervisors with inspection duties and nine vacant inspection positions, spokeswoman Heidi Hetzel-Evans said in an email.
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