After 6 Defeats, Anti-Drilling Legislation Will Be on the Ballot Again in Youngstown

From Business Journal Daily:
This November city voters will again – for the seventh time since May 2013 – vote on a ballot issue to restrict activity related to oil and gas extraction in the city. 
The Youngstown Community Bill of Rights Committee will hold a news conference Monday to announce it has secured the necessary number of signatures to place such an issue on a city ballot. 
The activitists will hold their event at 2:15 p.m. in front of City Hall, according to a media advisory. Following a brief news conference, the committee will deliver the signatures to the clerk of City Council’s office to be submitted to the Mahoning County Board of Elections for certification. 
The seventh version of the Community Bill of Rights charter amendment is one of two issues the committee announced in early June that it would seek signatures for.
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