Ohio Drilling Opponents Still Out for Blood Over Abandoned ODNR Fracking PR Plan

From Business Journal Daily:
A coalition of environmental and citizen groups opposed to the use of hydraulic fracturing is demanding that the director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, James Zehringer, resign his position immediately.
Fourteen organizations, including FrackFree Mahoning Valley and the Guardians of Mill Creek Park, endorsed a letter sent Monday to Zehringer, and released to the press, which calls on him to resign because of what they say is a "planned, strategic initiative to quash public dissent and concern for the economic and environmental damage caused by fracking."
The letter comes in the wake of an ODNR draft plan uncovered several weeks ago that laid out the agency's communications strategy to address expected criticism over the state's plan to exercise drilling rights at two state parks and a state forest.
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