What Are RUMAs and ROWs?

From the Carrollton Free Press Standard:
RUMA and ROW are acronyms for words that have been popping up in conversations, newspapers and government meetings since the oil and gas industry emerged on Carroll County. 
What are they? Why do we have them? How do they work? And, why are they so important? 
RUMA, or Road Use Maintenance Agreement, and ROW, or Right-of-Way agreements are very important documents to township trustees, the county highway department and even residents who depend on county and township highways to get to their destination.
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