"When all this activity first started, it was overwhelming to say the least," she said, noting three to four dozen people at a time once sought access land records she's now digitizing.It's a similar story in Wayne County, where the governing board uniformly has endorsed fracking. Clerk Glenda Young estimates her office has collected $200,000 in fees since 2011, plowing a chunk of that money into a soon-to-be-completed push to put her records online.
S. Illinois Counties Seeing First Of Fracking Rush
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