Neighborhood Well Watching Leading to Positive Communication Between Residents & Drillers

From the Parkersburg News & Sentinel:
"A group of well watchers in Wetzel County, W.Va., has had a great deal of success in helping facilitate changes," said Cook. "Especially with regards to traffic related issues."
People were sitting in traffic for hours due to trucks blocking portions of the very narrow roads there, according to Cook.
"They were able to implement a staging area for the company's trucks rather than leaving them on the road," she said. "Instead of having traffic blocked for hours, they were able to voice their concerns and have them addressed."
Bill Hughes, a member of the Wetzel County Action Group, said groups like his are the way that many state organizations find out what is happening.
Small issues like muddy roads and blocking traffic often don't seem like big issues, but they can get under the skin of citizens, he said.
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