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New York's top environmental regulator hopes there's a decision regarding hydrofracking in the state soon. 

Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joseph Martens says he believes New York leaders will be able to make a determination on the controversial drilling practice by the end of February.

High-volume hydrofracking was first put on hold by the DEC in July of 2008, when its environmental review began. The debate over hydrofracking has reached a fever pitch in recent months.

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# Phyllis Darling
Thursday, December 06, 2012 9:40 PM
In my opinion, anyone who gets involved with leasing their land to a
"Fracking" Corporation, gets what they deserve. As I understand things, they lose all rights/control to their property, except to pay the tax on it. People --DO YOUR RESEARCH FIRST!!---After you have consulted an attorney versed in these kind of contracts.

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