Curious about all the fracking, pipelines, and the fracked gas liquids storage hub/petrochemical complex proposed for our area? Then come to this public meeting!
We will have short films, speakers, and a public discussion concerning the fairness of the use of our natural resources, and how massive Oil, Gas, and Petrochemical development will affect average people in the Tri-State Area and our water resources. The “Tri-State” – in our case – means KY/OH/WV, or Huntington/Ashland/Ironton areas.
This meeting is a chance to hear from other concerned residents in the area, share information, and maybe even have a chance to talk with officials.
Where: Marshall University Drinko Library Room 402
When: Tuesday, March 6, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Cohosted by: Marshall Native American Student Organization, Four-Pole Creek Watershed Association, Tri-State Indivisible, OVEC, WV Highlands Conservancy, Huntington Citizens Climate Lobby
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