Citys Begin to Ban Fracking and Fracking Waste Disposal.

Posted on August 2, 2012


July 23, 2012
Culver City, CA
Culver City citizens want to
hold a symposium on fracking August 4.

Council decided to delay approval on hosting the symposium until PXP’s report on the fracking going on in the Inglewood oil field is available. PXP said they would not be a part of the fracking symposium.

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In the article above, Mr. Camarella, a Culver City resident, stated, “This Council has the authority to say, ‘We want the detailed sounding maps underneath our feet so we know what we are dealing with. They have not given those to the City Council. They may have given them to the fire chief. But because of Homeland Security, they are saying, ‘Oh, they may be used to blow the place up.’ I am sure the five City Councilpeople can take an oath they are not going to do that. The Council has to demand that.”

Culver City Observer:


July 2, 2012
Culver City Council sends resolution to Governor Brown to ban fracking.

Video of Culver City Council Meeting July 2, 2012
Calling the State of California to ban fracking
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Culver City Patch:

LA Times:


August 2, 2012
Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio City Council bans fracking waste injection wells.

Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously to ban injection wells for fracking wastewater.

50% of the wastewater injected into the ground in Ohio comes from out of state fracking.

Fracking waste injection has been determined to be the cause of at least 11 earthquakes.

More Information:

Food and Water Watch

Southwest Ohio No Frack Forum


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