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Group worried about the impact of drilling on Beaver Creek

February 17, 2013

LISBON — A local group opposed to surface drilling in Beaver Creek State Park is turning its attention to drilling companies that may want to withdraw water from the Little Beaver Creek....

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Mar-18-13 3:27 PM

Maybe they can*****more of that mirex out. If this group cared about life in the streams they would have been raising money to clean it out for the last decade.

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Mar-18-13 12:39 PM

If the water is that low the pump loses it's prime and causes wear to the pump. Try again.

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Mar-18-13 2:51 AM

Last year they were pumping out of the LBC area by Y Camp road, I saw the pump myself. We camp at the VFW camp and I have never, never seen the water so low, it was barely moving, and becoming stagnant in areas. There should be a point where they should not be allowed to pump, when the stream stops flowwing time to give it a break.

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Feb-17-13 9:06 AM

I've seen them pumping out in the Dungannon area. They don't block the stream and leave a good percentage of water going down stream. They slowly collect the water until they have enough. Has PA complained about dried up streams and dead fish from lack of water? No, this is just another angle that the anti's use to attack the process. As with all the othr made up bs, we live this thing called fracking and the scare tactics have already fallen apart. Move on and scare uninformed people somewhere else. We are onto your game. Fracknation dot com

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