Gas Petition Presented To County Officials

The group had a private meeting with Commonwealth Attorney Chris Cohron, and Warren County Attorney Amy Milliken to whom they presented their petition. Our cameras were not allowed in the meeting and both attorneys declined to speak with us on camera. The group that started the petition says they feel the sit-down went well.

"We feel sure that they're going to look into this. We asked for an accounting for whatever they find. If they find that everything is being done legally, then that's fine. All we ask if for a fair investigation and let us know. That we can live with." said petition starter, Edward R. Caston Sr.

According to the Attorney General's Office in Frankfort, Commonwealth
Attorney Chris Cohron has contacted them about the petition.


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