2012-06-14 / Letters

If Your Water Changes . . .


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it is also to bad that people

it is also to bad that people continue to have this idea that a gas well drilled a thousand feet or more underground has anything to do with our water table. dimock people tried this until it was proven by epa not to be true. we live in a naturally high region of methene gas. people have lit water, had changes to their water, etc, for years before gas drilling was even thought of here. but now its the gas drillers fault. do some research on your own before you decide the issue.

Wish I would have know about

Wish I would have know about Dr. Bamberger several years ago when the first well site came to the area-(Welles Mountain). I have always been so sure my dog died from a cancer from that well. Good article.

Thank You for making this

Thank You for making this clear. Too bad that some folks give out misinformation be it by accident or intentional.

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