Summit County Council passed a resolution at it's April 26 meeting asking the state to review its regulations on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, according to the West Side Leader.
Committee members Gloria Rodgers (R-District 3) and Bill Roemer (R-at large) voted against the resolution because they believe Gov. John Kasich's energy bill will address the issues, West Side Leader reports.
Bath Township Administrator Bill Snow appeared before the committee and said he'd like to see the state ask for community input before making any changes, the Leader reports.
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