Marcellus Shale development in Pennsylvania has resulted in local municipalities having to make decisions and take actions on issues such as infrastructure, municipal services, regulatory controls, and community planning. Municipalities throughout Pennsylvania have experienced various levels and stages of development as well as the community issues that result. These experiences have provided municipal officials with a unique perspective on how to more effectively address municipal and community needs and concerns related to natural gas issues.This program will provide a venue for officials to share their breadth of experiences and gained knowledge and skills. By learning about the lessons learned and actions taken by other local officials, participants will be able to draw upon the experience of others when facing issues and considering decisions.Utilizing video teleconferencing and panels of local officials representing North Central and Southwest Pennsylvania, this program will provide insight as to how select municipalities have reacted to and are planning for items such as land use, roads, budget and finance, communication needs, community cohesion, and the stresses of public office.Following the facilitated discussion by the panel members, time will be allocated for a question and answer session.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Various Locations: Live & Video TeleconferencePennsylvania
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