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Pulaski couple sues township over drilling effects

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PULASKI TOWNSHIP, Pa. -

A couple has filed suit against Pulaski Township, saying that supervisors improperly approved natural gas drilling in a neighborhood.

Timothy Chito and Elizabeth Kesner say they purchased a home in 1996, but recent drilling about 1,500 feet away is affecting their quality of life and property.

The lawsuit seeks money for damages and wants the judge to order the township to amend local zoning laws to only allow drilling in industrial areas.

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