A Dispute Resolution Process for the Proposed Surface Coal Mining Operation in Athens County

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A Dispute Resolution Process for the Proposed Surface Coal Mining Operation in Athens County
The following report provides a description and discussion of a dispute resolution process designed to facilitate negotiations for the proposed surface coal mining operation on 300 acres in northeastern Athens County.
Background and Key Stakeholders
The Coshocton based company which has expressed interest in opening a surface coal mine on 300 acres in northeastern Athens County has stated their stated goals as follows: 1) mine the coal, 2) make money, 3) create jobs, and 4) improve land and watershed that had been left in poor condition from being mined many years ago. Key stakeholders include: the coal mining company, the Ohio Department of...
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.....he costs. And moreover, it can become a win/win outcome for all parties because ultimately balance between conflicting interests can be achieved through consensus. The coal mining operation can proceed within the framework of regulatory constraints, local resident concerns, and environmentalist interests.
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