- Posts: 2451
- Thank you received: 0
Compressor Station adjacent to Hunters Creek Park
TJ_Zydel wrote: ..i do feel for the local residents that have to deal with the situations that disturb the natural feel of the area. i'm assuming you live in the country area for a reason..
When you are in the market for a new home you should consider all the possible outcomes. Buying a house next to a gasline, railroad bed, power lines, large land plots and busy roads is a risk.
There has been a smaller compressor station or some other structure there for years, that should have been a red flag. After reviewing the documents in this thread I personally would not care if I lived in one of the 3 affected homes.
TJ_Zydel wrote: ...is it just me or does it seem like Erie County and NYS has built many parks around gas wells and pipelines...interesting...
The entire State and County is basically a natural gas well.
Director of Marketing and Promotions
If we can just find one turtle, we can lock up the land in red tape so nobody can use it, including mountain bikers. Cripes.
This post is not approved by the WNYMBA forum posting approval signoff committee. My WNYMBA socks are in the warsh.
boogenman wrote: I don;t see what all the fuss is about:o
I haven't been able to see what the fuss was about from the start of this thread. Everybody likes to bitch about this stuff, but they never complain about the fact that their house has heat and electricity.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...
You are not logged in.