Special Webinar on Shale Gas Impact Fees March 22nd

The Unconventional Gas Well Impact Fee Act (Act 13) was signed into law by Governor Corbett on February 14th.  What exactly does this Act cover?  What does it mean to the people of the Commonwealth, and how will it affect municipalities?  Join Penn State Extension for  a  special webinar for municipal officials who are affected by the Act.

On March 22nd, “What Local Officials Need to Know about the New Shale Gas Impact Fee:  Act 13” will be presented for local officials and other community members.  Ross Pifer, Director of the Agricultural Law Resource & Reference Center with Dickinson Law School, Penn State University and Jerry Walls, AICP, Professional Planner and Retired Executive Director – Lycoming County Planning Commission will discuss possible impacts of Act 13 to municipalities and items to consider.

The webinar will be from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.  Questions will be taken and answered as time allows.  The webinar is free to the public.  The URL to take part in the webinar is https://meeting.psu.edu/naturalgaswebinars .  No registration is required.

If you are interested in viewing  last week’s program, “What the Public Needs to Know about the New Shale Gas Impact Fee:  Act 13”,  the recorded version and PowerPoint can be found at http://extension.psu.edu/naturalgas/webinars/recorded .  For more information, contact Carol Loveland at (570) 433-3040 or by email at cal24@psu.edu.

Learn more about Penn State Cooperative Extension’s Marcellus Shale Educational Webinars at http://extension.psu.edu/naturalgas

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