April 16, 2014

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Morgan Christian participates in National Clean Up Day Print E-mail

Dear Editor:

Morgan Christian Church joined in the National Clean Up Day by picking garbage up along Hogg Ridge Road on July 13, 2013.

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PCHS Academic Team collects trash on Ed Monroe Road Print E-mail

Dear Editor:

On Friday, July 12, some students on the Pendleton County High School Academic Team picked up trash on Ed Monroe Road.

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Ladycats Basketball Team picks up litter on Flour Creek Road Print E-mail

Dear Editor:

On Saturday, July 13, 2013 the Ladycats Basketball Team and parents picked up trash on Flour Creek Road for four miles.

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Trash on the banks of the Licking River Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

I live on Pike Street in Falmouth. The Licking River sits right in my back yard, more or less. I own another piece of land outside of town where the same river sits in my front yard. This town is known for its rivers. It angers me that there are members of the community who thinks it is okay to drive to the end of my street and throw personal trash in or around "our" river and in my back yard.

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Coverage of the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline Print E-mail

Dear Editor,
I have been avidly following the coverage of the proposed Bluegrass NGL Pipeline for a few weeks now, and I am pleased that our county has joined others in calling for more comprehensive impact studies, better regulation and clarification of the eminent domain law to protect landowners like myself.

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Red light at Shelby and Maple Print E-mail
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Why the traffic light at Shelby Street and Maple Avenue? Print E-mail
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Ladycats Golf Team impressed with cleanliness of Milford Road Print E-mail

Dear Editor:

On July 13 the Pendleton County Ladycat Golf Team collected garbage on Milford Road.

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A local's views on the Bluegrass Pipeline project Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

Regarding the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline project, while the “open house” meetings that the developer is holding may be open, they do not provide a landowner with a very balanced view of the project. They are happy to talk pleasantly about how they have 24/7 “state-of-the-art pipeline control centers” in Colorado and Louisiana, but they are more reluctant to explain how earlier this year, even with that level of monitoring a leak from a valve can go undetected in Parachute, CO for days on end, leaking toxic benzene into a nearby creek until it was found purely by accident. They say that their pipelines are constructed to “meet or exceed both federal and industry-wide standards”, but they cannot give specifics on how they go about cleaning up contaminated earth and groundwater if a leak occurs.  And they do occur with alarming frequency all across the US.

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Is the Pipeline potential danger to land owners? Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

If you own any property in Pendleton County, beware:  the Williams Company is looking for some prime property to run their potentially highly flammable gas pipeline through.  They have a history of safety violations and pipeline leaks, some of which have resulted in the loss of life. They want to give you approximately $2,400 in order to get a fifty-foot easement for life across your property.

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