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  1. Dr. Thomas Jiunta says:

    Nice web site. We met at the WVIA program.
    I am trying to get as many people involved as possible. Check your email for latest note.
    Thanks for all your help, now and in the future.
    Tom Jiunta

    • Pam says:

      Dr. Jiunta … so appreciative for all your hard work. Just found out family Bigus of Dallas, PA leased 30+ acres Rear Cliff Drive, Harveys Lake, Pa. Acreage currently classified “clean and green” they pay roughly $400 per year r.e. tax …! We pay $2400 for <1200 sq. ft. (not lake front) GO FIGURE!

    • James says:

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      Please check out and send us your feedback.



  2. qazse says:

    Tom, sorry for the late reply. I started this site as a portal to the excellent information already online. My hope for this blog is to be a starting point for the uninformed. I am presently looking to purchase signage to funnel the curious to the site.

    It was nice to meet you at the studio. Please feel free to submit items for the blog. I will look for emails. Thank you for your support and efforts.


  3. anti-lentist says:

    Great job on the website…lots of important information. Keep educating.

  4. qazse says:

    thank you anti!

  5. lizbucar says:

    This is far more than a portal! I’ve added you to Breathing Is Political’s Blogroll and under “Media Voices.” Thank you again for the head’s up.

  6. qazse says:

    And thank you for your excellent reporting and coverage!

    “New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today said the $129.4 billion New York State Common Retirement Fund (Fund) will continue to press energy companies to disclose to their shareholders the environmental and regulatory risks associated with unconventional natural gas extraction including hydraulic fracturing

  8. qazse says:

    What do you think will ultimately happen in NY?

  9. robyn kochan says:

    Great website and public meeting with Shaleshock tonight. ‘Love the direct access to petitions and our legislators, and thanks for your efforts in bringing us together publicly and electronically to save our beautiful community. I will be happy to share your website and info. ‘Best of luck in continuing good works.

  10. qazse says:

    Thank you Robyn. It was a pleasure to meet you at the meeting. I was happy to hear your positive remarks about the linking to decision makers. I think one of the the desired outcomes of any visit to frackmountain is to have someone sign a petition or contact a legislator. I hope to make it more user friendly and prominent in the days to come.

    Please do share the website. There are people out there “on the fence” and some others are regretting their leases. The money is sooo tempting and the social pressure to join neighbor sentiment is crushing. I just have this hope we can chase Big Gas out of here and begin to think in Twenty First century terms. I think this valley can build a new legacy. We are so close to the biggest corporate corridors in all the world. Will we be hip, or will we be fracked? Will we be cutting edge or continue to be deferential.


  11. Mom23boys says:

    Where can I donate some $$$ for signs or an ad or whatever. This MUST be stopped!

  12. qazse says:

    Hi Mom! We are a gathering force of now thirty citizens who are meeting tomorrow night to better organize the effort. You are welcome to contribute in any way. Money is going to be important for things such as bumper stickers and signs. Please email me at the above address and I can give you an address to send it to or you can come to the meeting at 7:00 Wed if you wish. Thank you!

  13. Janine says:

    the Block next to this Blog with the sign Keep Moon Lake Open without Gas Drilling petition does not bring up the correct link. Here is the correct link so you can correlate it to the block and get people there. THANKS

  14. qazse says:

    Thank you Janine! It is now corrected.

  15. after battling politicians and the natural gas industry for almost a year over four proposed gas wells within a couple hundred feet of our homes (550) we have decided a national voice is needed – after much research we learned citizens in 34 states are experiencing what we are. we are not alone in this fight. join us in sending the message

    this is OUR LAND and we do not want our health and financial homeownership compromised – where we live is where we need peace

    thanks rick and chris

  16. qazse says:

    Chris and Rick, I will publicize your petition as best I can. I think going national is a good idea. If you have not done so, call Propublica, abc, npr, george nory, etc. Best wishes. Keep us posted. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Herb

  17. Liz Martin says:

    I thought you might be interested in the following link.
    What a great website… You have many behind you.

    Click to access Marcellus_Final_21309.pdf

    • qazse says:

      Liz, I am sorry for not responding until now. Thank you for the link. It is an excellent document. I will post it up. And thank you for the encouragement. Herb

  18. J Smith says:

    So the infomation distributed is selective. That sums it up. Burn the books, all of thm, and just get your biased information through a select sour grapes few like “2 acre Tom.” This is just like the fraud from the Global warming crew and what were once and not any more called Scientists. Penn State put a stop to the likes of your kind. Your are not fooling anyone. You are the fools.

  19. lizbucar says:

    Dear J. Smith,

    I’m not sure I understand your reference to Penn State putting “a stop to the likes of your kind. You are not fooling anyone. You are the fools.” Who are you talking to and what did Penn State do? Thanks, Liz

  20. jdbd says:

    J. Smith,

    We participated in the Penn State Webinar and according to Penn State, the potential exists for water supplies to be contaminated from gas drilling. We just want our water protected, the value of our homes protected, and our health protected. That is all.

  21. qazse says:

    Dear Mister Smith, I am asking you to refrain from name calling. It doesn’t advance the conversation and it belittles your point of view. I am happy to give you a voice. But I insist on it being civil. Thank you.

  22. Please forward

    THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS of Susquehanna County continues its Educational Series on Marcellus Shale.

    7:00pm to 9:30pm FRIDAY 7 MAY
    Montrose Area High School Auditorium

    MICHEL BOUFADEL-Ph.D., P.E., P. Hydro- Department Chair Temple University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

    JIM RICHENDERFER, Ph.D., P.G.- Senior Scientist, Acting Chief Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Water Resource Management

    JERRY SKINNER, Ph.D., Professor, Environmental Sciences, Keystone College and Resident naturalist
    Woodbourne Preserve


    Dwight C. Baum Professor of Engineering

    Cornell University

  23. There is no way to stop this unless you help. Here is the only way. You the editors of Frack Mountain need to help me do this. We need to get capital together with out obligation to pay it back. Just like our elected officials get it from the public when running for office. We need to replace all our energy needs with the most advance energy that is renewable with great potential. Go to California and see Origin Oil.

  24. qazse says:

    I think it is high time we made the effort collectively, as a nation. If we could pull off a win at WWII than we ought to be able to stop this corporate onslaught collectively, as a nation – but that would require us to act as one…

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