If you live anywhere near the Binghamton, NY area, Marcellus Drilling News editor Jim Willis invites you to attend a local meeting on drilling in the Marcellus tonight, Friday, March 4. Be sure to hello! I’ll wear a big MDN badge so you can recognize me.
And if you’d like to admit reading MDN , I’d like to snap a picture of you to post on this website.
Below is the meeting announcement. MDN thanks Dan Fitzsimmons, President of the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, for organizing the meeting and sending us the announcement.
Landowners Coalition Hosts Public Community Forum
“Marcellus Shale in Our Community: What’s in it for All of Us”
offered to property owners and interested citizens.
The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York (JLCNY) is sponsoring a public meeting, titled “Marcellus Shale in Our Community: What’s in it for All of Us?” to help educate property owners, business owners and others on what to expect when expanded natural gas exploration comes to the Southern Tier.
The coalition will lead a panel of experts who will discuss such topics as: community tax revenue; the phenomenon of natural gas migration; the realities of water usage and chemical ingredients; the SGEIS; and economic and employment projections.
WHO: Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, Inc.
WHAT: “Marcellus Shale in Our Community: What’s in it for All of Us?”
WHERE: Binghamton West Middle School,West Middle Avenue, Binghamton, NY
WHEN: 7 p.m. , Friday, March 4
The event is free and open to the public. All are encouraged to attend!
Here’s a map in case you need directions: