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Sheriffs Are Still Tracking Trucks

Fewer problems, they say, but some remain

May 31, 2013

MOUNDSVILLE — Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Cecil said there are fewer problems related to natural gas industry truck traffic than at this time last year....

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mkhunt

Jun-01-13 5:11 PM

yeh, just like good neighbors who bring a destruction and degradation to your town.

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UNCOMMONSENSE

May-31-13 7:51 PM

Same ole song and dance blaming the sub-contractors for any and all violations and letting THEM take the heat while those who HIRED them get off scott free!!!

Just as Walmart hires MEXICANS to build it's stores then claims they knew nothing about the illegals THEY hired!!!!

These gas sub-contractors are the very same!!

Thousands of illegals, criminals, child molestors, drunks and druggies coming from as far away as ALASKA yet Ohio and West Virginia contractors need not apply!!

And they even have escort drivers from THOUSANDS of mile away!!!!

When anybody with a PULSE can fill THOSE jobs!!!!

So much for the "highly skilled labor force" lies and propaganda!!

This are looks more like a Txas border town lately and we now have the drug activity and crime rates to match!!

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