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Do Hydrofracking & Drinking Water Mix?

Tuesday, Aug 24, 2010

The EPA, as part of its research on the drinking water impact of hydrofracking technology used to drill for natural gas, is holding hearings elsewhere New York State, but none have been proposed for the City of New York. Now, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, Environmental Protection Committee Chairman Jim Gennaro, and others are convening a Town Hall meeting where people can voice concerns on the science and human health issue of drilling for natural gas in our watershed.

Date: Tuesday, August 24, 5pm-8:30pm

Location: Borough of Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers Street

Registration: (212) 788-6871 or events@council.nyc.gov by Friday, August 20

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