With reference to Martin Salazar’s article “Drilling Advocates take Aim” in the Feb. 15 Optic:
It is of ultimate concern that water, soil and air in our community and in our county remain sustainable, non-polluted and available for ourselves, our neighbors, and for future generations. There has not been adequate time nor attention given to the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water, irrigation and animal life.
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