Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Doylestown Intelligencer Newspaper Archives May 25 2015, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Doylestown Intelligencer (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Doylestown, Pennsylvania twitter v toxin Levels unsafe in heavily rocked areas the studies authors caution they done to want to create undue alarm with their findings but Hope they will highlight the urgent need to conduct More in depth studies of tracking emissions. By David Hasemyer inside climate news to so a emissions from tracking operations May be exposing people to some toxic pollutants at Levels higher than the . Environmental Protection Agency considers Safe for Long term exposure according to scientists from Oregon state University and the University of Cincinnati. The researchers Knik air samples in Carroll county Ohio where there Are 480 permitted Wells a the most in any of the states 88 counties. The team found chemicals released during Oil and Gas extraction that can raise the risk of cancer and respiratory ailments. Researchers caution they done to want to create undue alarm with their findings but they say they Hope the results will highlight the urgent need to conduct More in depth studies of tracking emissions and their potential effects on human health. A what we see Here suggests that More needs to be known about the risks people face when exposed a said study co Leader Erin Haynes a University of Cincinnati scientist. Haynes co author on the study agrees. A you can to extrapolate to every situation but the findings in our study might give one pause to want More information on air Quality if they were living near these kinds of operations a said rim Anderson an environmental chemist with Osur a College of agricultural sciences. Based on the data collected researchers calculated the cancer risk posed by airborne contaminants in the Carroll county study areas Bor the worst Case scenario a exposure 24 hours a Day Over 25 years a they found that a person anywhere in the study area would be exposed beyond the threshold the Epa deems acceptable. The lifetime cancer risk in the study area estimated for maximum residential exposure was 2.9 in 10,000, compared with the the Epars acceptable risk level of i in 10,000, according to the study. Anderson cautioned that the study numbers Are worst Case estimates and can to predict the risk to any individual. The Epa did not respond to questions about the findings. The study focused on pollutants known As polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons pah. These Are organic compounds containing Carbon and Hydrogen found in Fossil fuels. See tracking Page a2 county business Loans lend a hand by Margaret Gibbons staff writer Montgomery county is providing a a Small financial Bridges to turn economic dreams into re titty. The county commissioners thursday shipped $300,000 in capital dollars to the Montgomery Flinty development corp. M do which in turn will loan the funds to two private businesses needing the Money to Complete the financing for their protects. One of the protects involves renovations and other rehabilitation work to convert a building in Keswick Village in the Glenside Section of Abington for use As an upscale restaurant and live music cabaret. Michael Kelly Cataldi a co owner of Dino s backstage and the celebrity room said the a White Tablecloth Fine dining restaurant and cabaret is not scheduled to open until september but that three parties already have been by hiked. The project will generate 19 news jobs according to county Commerce director Carolina or Giorgio. The county will Transfer $175, Joo to the Mcc while the Montgomery county Industrial development authority will move Over $75, xxx tit allow the Max to Issue Dino s backstage a $250,000 Low interest loan. The county again will partner with the Industrial development authority to provide a real estate firm owner Mulligan to i touches on re former Spring Are needed to the popular e ers Market vendors who from the Bull. It Peru ted for some 30 see Loans a i owned by Briar it the finishing ovations to the Field hotel that Zicconi module our town earm-14 Independent re being evicted Ting that they ars. A2 84 partly sunny and 62� very warm. B3 Index advice. D5 movies d5 obituaries. B4 comics.06 puzzles. D4 editorial. A6 to. D5 lotteries a2 no Money Page colonial soldiers honoured during service at Washington crossing Park american flags were placed on the or of colonial soldiers who died during december 1776 Encampment durin memorial Day service sunday pattern at Washington crossing historic Park event was held in the Solebury part o annual rolling Thunder a rid. Washington a the Roar of motorcycle engines filled the air in the nations capital on sunday As thousands of bikers saluted military veterans with the rolling Thunder a ride Tor the bikers and spectators thronged to the Washington area As they do each memorial i a weekend for the annual ride the event got its Start in 1988 and it hoi ors military veterans and members of the military missing in action. Bikers rallied at the Pentagon a morning sunday then crossed the memorial Budge at midday before cruising around the National mall some of the hikers Rode w Ith Large american flags trailing behind them. Marines in uniform and w Hite gloves saluted As the no la la arca to til Marion a a extra Vij problems t Dux am ado l or go behind the scenes with i Tris Hartman every weekday morning and watch in the afternoon at 4 . I we Wax. Mum the a my see. 9 with Trish Hartman Juan Pablo Montoya wins indy 500sports cd

Search all Doylestown, Pennsylvania newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 25, 2015

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.