Gas Drillers in Race for Hearts & Land

Monday, November 23, 2009

By Peter Applebome, THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 28, 2008


You could have taken a nostalgic drive through the past on Thursday night, through the dreamy green landscape at the outer edges of the Catskills, past sleepy fishing towns like Roscoe and Downsville, to the lovingly restored Walton Theater, built in 1914 for vaudeville acts, honored guests like Theodore Roosevelt and community events of all shapes and sizes. And, if you got there, you would have received a distinctly less dreamy glimpse of the future. [Read rest of story]



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