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EVENT: Natural Gas Informational Forum

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EVENT: Natural Gas Informational Forum

Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy

WHAT: Natural gas informational forum.

WHEN: March 3, 4 p.m.

WHERE: Guilford United Methodist Church, 1270 County Rd. 35, Guilford, New York 13780

Chenango Community Action for Renewable Energy (C-CARE) and Sustainable Chenango will sponsor a forum on the impacts of fracking.

Presentations will include:

• "Informed Consent: Have You Given Yours? How Gas Drilling & Fracking May Impact Your Health, Property & Community"

• "Legal Update: Gas Drilling Issues Facing Local Governments & What Towns Can Do"

For more information on this event, click here. To ask questions, email C-CARE or call 895-6975.

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