"There is a meeting Dec. 28 at 7:00 at the Evans Falls School with just landowners, no negotiators, so the neighbors can decide who they want to hire. There will be an agreement document that each landowner will need to sign if you want to be…"
"Jim, the leases that expire 2/16/12 were signed for $45 an acre. This was before the $5750 that Wyoming Co. Landowners signed over a year later. They are offering a two year lease for $500. Marianne, we are looking at two…"
"Just an fyi that there is a new offer from Chesapeake to the original Tunkhannock Landowners group whose leases expire 2/16/2012 for $500 an acre. There is a group formed again and have had meetings with several companies who would like to…"
"Hi, I had another meeting last night and couldn't make this one. We are signed with 1 1/2 left, but wondered there was any new info on what offers are being made, if any companies are still signing.
Also, does anyone know if there is a…"
"Hi Keith, great site! Our least was signed 2/07 for five years. We were the original group in Wyoming Co., before the Wy Co. Landowners group was formed. The well in Vernon was part of the 6000 acre deal. I talked to Atty. Doug Clark and he felt…"
"James, you mentioned the original Wyoming County land owners groups, but actually there was a group of us who signed prior to that group. We signed 6000 acres which includes the well in Vernon, for a whopping $45 an acre. A year later the WCLO group…"
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