Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Wednesday NewsClips

A Paralysis In Harrisburg Unequaled For Decades
Rendell Says No More State Employee Layoffs Required Now
Tougher Total Dissolved Solids Rules Eyed For Drilling, Wastewater
Gas Industry Economist Touts Development, Counters Environmental Concerns
Drilling Firm Explains Safeguards
PennEnvironment Calls For Stricter Gas Drilling Rules
Opinions Differ On how To Regulate Marcellus Shale
Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling Planned In North Fayette
2004-06 Flooding On Delaware Would Have Happened Regardless
Wilkes-Barre Levee Fees Not Covering Bills
Cleaning Up To Connect Community, Environment
Energy Company Announces Lowest Rate Yet In PPL Area
ConEdison Emerges As Lowest Cost Electric Supplier For PPL Customers
Another Electricity Provider Gets In Mix - PPL
Op-Ed: Electricity Deregulation Changes Will Shock
Energy Research Funds To Flow Into Pittsburgh
Harrisburg Energy From Waste Facility Given Honors
Grant Will Save Bucknell U. Energy Costs
Editorial: Solar Panels Make A Difference
Gas Companies Set Up Drilling Operations In NE
Illegal Dump Sites Cleared ON Alden Mountain
More Steps Needed To Control River Flooding
Lower Reservoirs Would Lessen But Not Prevent Delaware Floods
DRBC Releases Results Of Flood Analysis Model
NYC Reservoirs Would Have Lessened Sting Of Floods, DRBC Says
Letter: Volunteers Vital To Monitoring Drilling
Court: Ban On Drilling Lifted In Allegheny National Forest
Residents, Company Talk Wind Turbines For Rausch Creek

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