Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee to Hold Hearing on the Impact of the Natural Gas Industry on Housing in North Central Pennsylvania

The Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee will hold a hearing to seek testimony on the impact the emerging natural gas industry is having on housing in north central Pennsylvania, according to committee Chairman Senator Gene Yaw.

The hearing will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday, January 21, at the Riverstone Inn in Towanda.

Among those scheduled to testify at the hearing are representatives of the Local Housing Options Team, Area Agency on Aging, Bradford County Sanitation, Chesapeake Energy, Borough of Canton, local realtors and Bradford County Landlords’ Association.

Because of time constraints, there will not be an opportunity for a public comment period. However, written testimony will be accepted by the committee.  The public can also submit comments at following the hearing.

Contact: Adam Pankake

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