Saturday, June 1, 2013

Lee County Environmental Review & Advisory Committee ???

 "The U.S. Mint can't print enough money to induce me to let fracking take place on my land," said Moore County landowner Joe McDonald, who heads up a group called Save Our Sandhills.
I like that statement .
Well I have spent most of the day compiling info about the new


Lee County Environmental Review & Advisory Committee !
Now here is my Question do we still have a Board for the County and City ?
here is City stuff
To start with, the letter that tells there is an opening and how to qualify says
" you Must live in the City Limits "
 I knew Several folks from County wanted to do this But was out of the City limits !  http://www.sanfordnc.net/environmental%20affairs%20board%20vacancy.pdf
 
 
  have you read this ? Is this why we have a NEW Sanford Environmental affairs board /& Lee County Environmental Review & Advisory Committee  ?
this was in Feb 10, 2012 from the old board !
​now this was in Feb 2013 ? hmmm​
 
The Lee Co Environmental Review & Advisory Committee replaced the now-defunct Lee Co Environmental Affairs Board, after a vote by the commissioners in January. 

Here is the Application I found for this which says if you are a Lee County Citizen you can be on it ? http://www.leecountync.gov/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=1rq1NCxbJmo%3D&tabid=38
 
Here is the list of all the people on the Lee Co Environmental Review & Advisory Committee
 http://www.leecountync.gov/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=00OeJCaBZGg%3D&tabid=407
Two staff members — someone from the Lee County Department of Health and Cooperative Extension — would also serve on the board, Womack said.
 
Russ Patterson, a geologist with Patterson Exploration Services of Sanford has a PO Box for an address on the list !
His business address is 1907 Boone Trail Rd, Sanford, NC 27330  is that city limits ? Martin Matthews lives here http://goo.gl/maps/nNE8u
 
Here is an article with a video of Russ too  .
 



“There is no real history of problems from fracking anywhere,” said Russ Patterson, a geologist with Patterson Exploration Services of Sanford.

more from Russ ...
Russ Patterson of Patterson Exploration in Sanford, has photos of a 1974 Lee County drilling site hanging on his office wall. Tests confirm methane gas deposits and even oil are located thousands of feet below in rock formations.
"We have coal bed methane right here," Patterson said. "I think you should drill everywhere you can drill to get what you can get." http://www.wral.com/news/local/wral_investigates/story/3561937/

 
okay I am burnt out on this , let me know what you think???
Peace

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