Progress Authority Director Testifies Before House Committee On Methane Emissions

Progress Authority Director Testifies Before House Committee on Methane Emissions

On September 15th, 2016, Tony Ventello, Executive Director of the Central Bradford Progress Authority, testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology about the potential impacts of new Environmental Protection Agency methane regulation. Tony joined a panel of experts debating the relevancy and necessity of the proposed methane regulations. During his testimony, Ventello said the new methane regulations by the EPA would only hinder a natural gas industry that is already moving in the right direction environmentally. He also stressed there would be significant unintended consequences from the regulations that the EPA should consider. Specifically…

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SOLD OUT: Cabot Fall Classic Sporting Clay Tourney

SOLD OUT: Cabot Fall Classic Sporting Clay Tourney

With a little more than one month until the tournament, we are officially SOLD OUT! This year Hausmann's Hidden Hollow will host 250 participants for the Cabot Fall Classic Sporting Clay Tourney and the 50 teams will compete to see who the best really is. If you're not interested in shooting shotguns all day, the non-participant tickets are still available for a donation. Registering this way will give you all the access to the course as the shooters plus breakfast and lunch. Click here to sign up. We'd like to thank all of our Top Gun Sponsors for the shoot:…

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Pipelines: The Key To Economic Prosperity

Pipelines: The key to economic prosperity

The following is a guest column by Gene Barr, President of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce of Business and Industry, which ran on August 24, 2016 in the York Daily Record. For more insights from the PA Chamber, you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. ----- Pennsylvania’s economy continues to face headwinds. Unemployment has increased over the past year – now higher than the national average – with most jobs losses coming in the blue-collar construction, manufacturing and mining sectors. Policymakers and regulators can help stem this tide by enacting pro-growth policies, and that starts with building out…

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