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“This conference also helps me to better understand the types of challenges that the supervisors face—everything from roads to infrastructure and emergency management, just to name a few,” she said.


Laural Ziemba, director, local government affairs for Range


Resources who was a first-time conference volunteer, found the gathering equally as rewarding.


“It’s obvious that this conference is a valuable tool for our town- ship officials to use to collaborate on best approaches to issues management and to create opportunities for their townships,” she said. “As a representative of Range’s Southern Marcellus Shale Division, I was able to interact with a number of supervisors with whom I communicate on a regular basis in southwestern PA.”


“This conference also helps me to better understand the types of challenges that the supervisors face—everything from roads to infrastructure and emergency management, just to name a few.” -Daria Fish, Chief Oil & Gas


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