Pipeline Spill; Homeless Help; Hall of Fame Village Construction

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The development of natural gas in the rich shale deposit underlying Ohio moves ahead as pipelines begin to move from the planning stage to construction.  But already incidents in the building of the Rover pipeline have environmentalists concerned.  Backers of the industry say two recent spills were not toxic and are being cleaned up.     We'll hear from representatives from the oil and gas and environmental sectors. What the are the benefits and potential downsides to pipelines and how will the projects be monitored for safety?     Then, as the NFL prepares for its yearly Draft, construction moves ahead at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village.  The project is remaking part of Canton's landscape.

Guests: 

Jennifer Miller, Director of the Sierra Club Ohio Chapter  
Shawn Bennett, Executive VP, Ohio Oil and Gas Association 
Andy Chow, Ohio Statehouse News Reporter  
Carl Cook, Co-Founder, Program Director, Metanoia Project  
Alison Matas, Hall of Fame Village Reporter, Canton Repository  

 

For More Information:

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Experts Discuss Potential Impact of Spills Along Pipeline...

Apr. 27, 2017
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The Metanoia Project Aims to Change Lives of the...

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Pro Football Hall of Fame Village Taking Shape in Canton

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