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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Public Hearing on Proposed Wood Boiler Regulations Tonight, Causer Says

News Advisory

Office of State Representative Martin Causer

DATE: January 13, 2010 FOR INFORMATION: Patricia A. Hippler


Public Hearing on Proposed Wood Boiler Regulations Tonight, Causer Says

WHAT: At the request of Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) the state Department of Environmental Protection and its Environmental Quality Board (EQB) will conduct a public hearing on the state's proposed regulations for outdoor wood-fired boilers.

WHO: Causer, EQB officials, concerned citizens

WHEN: Wednesday, Jan. 13

TIME: 6 p.m.

WHERE: Coudersport Area High School


Kathy said...

Many Thanks to Marty and the other State Representatives who helped get this hearing to Coudersport. Many, many thanks to all of those folks who came to the meeting to make their voices heard!!! For those who have not yet sent letters or emails, it's not too late to do so. Contact your local Representative for details!

Anonymous said...

This was a well attended & very informative meeting.

Anonymous said...

Potter County showed some pride and unity tonight. Let's see if our democratic system works. I know that Martin Causer appreciated the turnout and support. I saw farmers, working men, business people, a schoolteacher, two of our county commissioners, some township supervisors, loggers and many other people from many walks of life. Not bad for a cold winters night. Maybe just maybe we can score a victory for the people who live north of Interstate 80.

Anonymous said...

I too was proud of Potter County tonight. Also there were people from McKean and Cameron Countys.

Anonymous said...

But I heard our Representative say something entirely different! I mean it! Who to trust?