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Opposition to EQT watershed drilling growing in Jay Twp.

April 19, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen The Jay Township Board of Supervisors are shown at Thursday's meeting, in which they discussed their opposition to EQT Resources' planed drilling near the Byrnes Run Watershed which serves as a water source for the township and surrounding municipalities.

JAY TWP. - Thursday's meeting of the Jay Township Board of Supervisors included an urging of the board to voice its objection to EQT Resources' plan to drill for natural gas adjacent to the Byrne's Run Watershed and institute a five year moratorium on watershed drilling in the township.

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