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2015/06/28 06:03
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But when boring into the Marcellus Shale began to gush forth gas and profits for drilling companies, the debate began as to how to bring some of those revenue streams back to the municipalities where...
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2015/06/14 02:19
2015/06/14 02:19
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... The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission named Geanopulos a member of its Consumer Advisory Council. The council provides input to the commission on issues important to utility customers. Council...
2015/06/10 22:07
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HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Wednesday released information regarding the final approved distribution of $223.5 million from impact fees on natural gas producers...
2015/06/10 21:06
2015/06/10 21:06
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York County will receive more than $420,000 in natural gas drilling impact fee revenue from activity in the Marcellus Shale starting in early July. "Pennsylvania's abundance of natural gas and the...
2015/06/10 05:21
2015/06/10 05:21
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Earlier this year, three people claiming to represent a water company in Clarion County approached a homeowner about "checking their water." The homeowner was aware of previous PAW outreach and denied...
2015/06/10 00:09
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Northampton and Lehigh counties stand to receive a combined $627,795 in impact fees from natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale geological formation. State Rep. Justin Simmons...
2015/06/09 08:12
2015/06/09 08:12
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Here is the amount of revenue from the impact fee that each municipality in Bradford and Sullivan counties will receive this year. The allocations of impact fee dollars will be distributed to the...
2015/06/09 08:12
2015/06/09 08:12
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The Bradford County government will be receiving $6.42 million in revenue from the impact fee this year, while the Sullivan County government's allotment of impact fee dollars this year will be...
2015/06/04 08:00
2015/06/04 08:00
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The phone rang and Wilkes-Barre resident Mike Young picked up the receiver. Susan Colwell, a Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission administrative law judge, asked Young if he was ready to testify...
2015/06/01 21:25
2015/06/01 21:25
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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Utility companies from across Central Pennsylvania joined politicians Monday morning at the Capitol to promote awareness in stopping utility worker imposters. The Keystone Alliance...
2015/06/28 06:03
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