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Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

St. Bibiana's Famous Fish Fry

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Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

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Saturday, July 30, 2011

State Game Lands Gas Well Tour Planned Aug. 7

State Game Lands Gas Well Tour Planned Aug. 7

Potter County Today
Another in a series of public land gas well walks will be held on Sunday, Aug. 7, on state game lands in northwestern Potter County, starting at 1 pm. Local citizens who have been monitoring the drilling at this site will be on hand to describe the changes they have witnessed and discuss their concerns. There are six well pads constructed, two of which have been drilled. Each pad, which covers five to nine acres, will have between two and six horizontal wells.

Some roads have been widened and reinforced and new roads have been constructed to support heavy traffic and make space for pipelines. Multiple companies own the mineral rights. The Pa. Game Commission is the surface-rights owner. The Aug. 7 tour is free and open to the public. Those attending should meet at the ABC Motel on Rt. 6 in Burtville. Participants are encouraged to wear sturdy footwear.

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

I bet cha it's a nice cleaned up well all the T's will be crossed and the I's will have dots.. Take on to a well that's working and drilling..

Anonymous said...

That is so nice of them to give guided tours of the operations. I hope poeple will see how many jobs The drilling has created. Poeple need to see how clean and well kept those drilling pads realy are.

They should be carefull though, the dome of contaminated air covering the well pad. I would recomend your personal oxegen supply for those that oppose the drilling. Might want to protect themselves with full body contamination suits. Thier B.S. and particulate matter they have spreading may fly in thier faces.

Sorry,just sick of the left trying to destroy more good jobs.

Anonymous said...

Kiss my ass 11:49. Why the hell don't you take one of the many unscheduled unguided well walks that some people have been urging you to take for a couple years now.

Drilling for gas and oil is DIRTY...

And if you leave the drillers to their own devices, they leave a long lsting stain on Potter County that YOU are totally oblivious to.

And as for your pathetic right vs left attempt to point fingers...say that to my libertarian face asshole

Not ALL business is good business.
Not ALL drilling is good drilling.

And jerks like you who try to falsely paint opposition to unregulated extreme drilling such as this as some kind of politically partisan dog fight are the ones who do the MOST damage to our society.

I'll say it again, I challenge you say that crap to my face!

Take the walk first and see it for yourself and maybe someday you'll grow up enough to realize how much of a jerk you've been.

Anonymous said...

To 3:27 tell it to the new york times. We the people of Potter Co. are tired of the chiken little lies you tree hugger are trying to fill us with.
From a Potter Co. birther who works in the Marcellus.

Anonymous said...

3:27 You & Prozac should get to know each other. Calm down before you stroke out. There will still be plenty of trees that need hugs after the rigs pull out of the area.

Anonymous said...

Oh 3:27 you must be real tough. The evidence and truth are something you can't seem to handle. Sounds like you may need to see someone for anger management and I would love to say that to your face IF you had one.

Evidence from the evironmental testing is proving the doomsday predictions are completly wrong.

Now I hope we can get to the real issues. I for one don't want to see this resource exported to China or any where else. If it is exported it should be taxed by the state it is produced. That will help our state budgets.

The production of natural gas will not be stopped.(to much money) We need to make sure its done responsible and the profits are taxed used in a responsible manner. Yes someone will make a profit, sorry but that is how a free enterprise system works. Our system has made our contry #1 in the world. Our system is being destroyed from within. Taxes and government regulation are helping China close the gap. They have learned how to manipulte the world markets in there favor. We need to lobby our government to protect us from their unfair economic practices. Yes, China is an evil empire.

I hope we can change our focus and deal with the real problems. I would hate to see Potter County spelled in Chinese or Spanish for that matter!

Anonymous said...

Hey 9:20 you should be careful
3:27 may steal your right to speak the honest truth. That is how the left works, If you don't belive their lies they stop short of threatening you. 3:27 I would love to settle this with you but without a face you and your comments are useless.

Another proud birther working in the Marcellus.
P.S. show me your face or go away!

Anonymous said...

Keep on drilling!! It's paying my bills!!
P.S. I no longer read the Potter Leader crap, as that's all it is, one sided stories with very little facts!!

Anonymous said...

Sunday, July 31, 2011 8:22:00 AM TAX? Why don't we charged the industry for consuming our natural resources? The loggers pay for the trees they cut.
Why do we give the gas industry millions of gallons of free water to consume per day ?
Who's campaign do loggers need to contribute to that will insure they can cut down all the trees they want for free?