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June 13, 2014

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Bonnie Rohrer

This is what bothers me about the fracking taking place in State forest lands & Sate Parks . All of the beautiful clear streams are becoming cesspools. The run offs are a very big problem. I do not understand why so many States and people do not understand how important it is
to fix this and fix it NOW before it is to late and cannot be fixed. These streams will be polluted and dry up and never come back. just like getting rid of old growth trees in the forests.They will never ever come back in anyone's lifetime. We should be ashamed to be leaving the earth in this condition for our children and grandchildren.
My son works for CBF and is trying very hard to stop the run off problems. Clean water is a right for everyone not a political football.

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