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Hydrofracking - FracFocus.org Hydrofracking Database Much To Be Desired

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Hydrofracking – FracFocus.org Hydrofracking Database Much To Be Desired

Hello All,

If you consider the title of this dataset and consider my Hydrofracking Inference Matrix datasets
cumulatively as a database in its own right I can easily see where an inference can be made at
first glance from a casual observer (perhaps yourself) that I’m denigrading or deriding
FracFocus.org’s database so you can turn your attention to mine.

I cannot emphasize enough; this is NOT the case. My work is meant only to work in conjunction
with existing databases cataloging and indexing them to a higher degree of precision and
accessibility; by no means to replace them.

All my Inference Matrices to date are with respect to online web pages and documents but the app
I created can address or incorporate local documents too.

Not being overly-dramatic with the potential of Hydrofracking to be the greatest influence on the
health and well being of the American public; every single verified, corroborated data item or
statistic at the immediate easy access or disposal of the most number of people means getting
Hydrofracking right of if at all as continued findings indicate.

Yes, mass release of data can mean the twisting of statistics to suit one’s agenda. This is an
inherent dilemma that is present in any context; medical, legal etc. and incorrect conclusions can
indeed have a detrimental effect and for a lot of people. But what is even more chilling is a
concerted effort to withhold it or limit its flow sans national security contexts like nuclear
secrets etc.

I think it is easy to understand the distinction.

The consortium of the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) and the Interstate Oil and Gas
Compact Commission (IOGCC) has developed a relatively new Hydrofracking database, one that
should have been in place a long time ago and the interface to it is:

http://fracfocus.org/

They boast about the significance of the data they present but it has much to be desired in terms
of both timeliness and content … very much to be desired. You see what Big Gas wants you to see
in a way presented that makes it difficult for you the user to get a large scale or comprehensive
picture of Hydrofracking.

May I suggest reading the E-mail string from the bottom up for a better sense of context to see what
I mean.

Thank you,

Joel S.

As for the Inference Matrices associated with this dataset (There are two):

The one for the Groundwater Protection Council (GWPC) the “Primary”
search engine search terms are simply:

GWPC Hydrofracking

The “Auxiliary” terms i.e. search for their presence on all the URL links of the web pages
and online documents from the search engine search are:

GWPC agencies AWRA Baker Belieu biased Bolin Bopp brenda chemical council Craig Crawford director disclosure Drozdoff education environmental Erikson executive Field Foerster foundation Frederick gas ground groundwater Grunewald GWREF hydraulic Hydrofracking industry injection Jehn Kell Lee Link MacArthur management mandate Martin meaningless mission natural Nickolaus nonprofit Oklahoma Olsen Paque pawns Pillsbury position protection puppet purpose research resource Richmond ruse secretary short stance state statement stewardship Terry unbiased water Wrotenbery Yates

And the one for the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission who Mr. Gerry Baker is the
Associate Executive Director the “Primary” search engine search terms are simply:

IOGCC Gerry Baker

The “Auxiliary” terms i.e. search for their presence on all the URL links of the web pages
and online documents from the search engine search are:

accountable admission advocate Agee appearance appoint appointed associate awareness Baker biased boost bureaucrat bureaucrats Cabot Calhoon Chesapeake club collecting commission committee compact concern concerns conducting conference confidential conflict conserved corporate crucial Daniels data Daugherty declaration denial denied details development director drilling economic economy emergency endangering energy environment environmental environmentalist executives fracturing gas Gerry governor governors groundwork Halliburton hydraulic Hydrofracking impediment impeding impropriety independent industry interest interstate IOGCC legislation list lobbyist lobbyists management maximized meetings mitigate Murfin natural NGAS oblivious oil Oklahoma operational position produced ProPublica Pruet regulator regulatory request research resolutions safety secure shale shill Sierra small Smith sponsor stance statement stimulus sufficient supply synthesizing unbiased Vaughey Wallen water watershed

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This is my Saturday June 25, 2001 13:23 EST E-mail to the Mr. Gerry Baker of the
The Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC)
http://www.iogcc.state.ok.us/contact-us

The Inference Matrix I did especially for him can be found and download for free at
this URL link here on infochimps.com:

http://www.infochimps.com/datasets/natural-gas-hydrofracking-terms-inference-matrix-38-gerry-baker-

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Hello Mr. Baker: Re: Big Gas’ influence on IOGCC and regulators …

Here a couple URL links that puts exactly what I was trying to convey to you much better
than what I tried to do verbally in our phone conversation:

http://www.propublica.org/article/some-appointees-to-oil-and-gas-commission-are-industry-execs-lobbyists

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wenonah-hauter/mits-fracking-report-donors-gas-companies_b_881599.html

It really haunts me that you don’t see or at least acknowledge the dangerous connection
between regulator and the regulated and from what I perceived in our conversation you just
take it as a matter of course.

Again, here is your URL link that shows your sponsors for your IOGCC (Interstate Oil and Gas
Compact Commission) Midyear Meeting at the Hotel Bismarck (North Dakota) Radisson:

http://www.iogcc.state.ok.us/bismarck2

with Enbridge, Marathon, Chesapeake to name a few.

In my conversation I expressed my dissatisfaction of the limited .PDF format of your FracFocus.org
well database and that if you (your IOGCC and cosponsor the Groundwater Protection Council GWPC)
didn’t agree to it, they; the participating gas companies’ wouldn’t have submitted the data to you in
the first place which I understand is from the goodness of hearts.

But in retrospect even if you did, or perhaps will publish your data where it can easily be extracted
for scrutiny and study even on a personal level which you maintain your well database is all about
i.e. the well across the street from you or your next door neighbors it still wouldn’t be enough! as it
an unholy alliance between regulator and regulated.

And that unholy alliance extends to academia as noted in my (URL link) reference to MIT.

Here is another good succinct example: The NFL has a problem with multiple concussions and
repeated head trauma which in my pure layman’s understanding is in a sense a string of “small”
concussions.

The repeated head trauma seems to cause buildup of protein called “Tau” that from what I
understand is present in no other folks except those who participate in sports that has inherent
repeated head trauma e.g. football, rugby, MMA, boxing etc.

http://promega.wordpress.com/2011/03/21/what-does-tau-protein-have-to-do-with-football-dementia-and-suicide/

People with Tau seem to get dementia, die early anyway or commit suicide. There’s a whole lot!
we don’t know about repetitive head injury, Tau etc. so the NFL has sponsored repetitive head
trauma studies.

But there’s an inherent problem when the findings indicate no helmet with the greatest
technologically advanced polymers and computer impact simulations at hand etc. will really
make that much of a difference.

http://nflhealthandsafety.com/media/recent/

What the NFL of course obviously doesn’t want to do is (funding) research themselves out of
their product:

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/25/sports/football/25concussion.html
http://www.minnpost.com/healthblog/2011/02/04/25466/will_the_nfls_head-injury_crisis_lead_to_footballs_demise

In a perfect world, and wishing doesn’t make it true, if the NFL stated from the outset that
if indeed football was found to be inherently too dangerous to play from overwhelming
evidence it would be much more palatable for me.

Of course this is not the case and from my perspective I really don’t have a problem with a
bunch of grown men knocking the hell and their heads out of each other. It really doesn’t
affect me as I’m assuming the new collective bargaining agreement will have extended
health care for the players.

What I do have a problem with is the perhaps younger kids and adolescents who might
be shown have impaired cognitive abilities and permanent brain damage. That takes an
untold hit on us all economically from various respects.

But still, I don’t have suffer the immediate effects of repeated head trauma and I don’t have
any sons playing football.

But, getting back to Hydrofracking I do drink water, I do breath the air and yes I do use
natural gas but that rhetoric wears thin real fast if it is touted to be the answer to America’s
independence whose cost are too high but not a purely monetary or economic respect.

Likewise, it would be more palatable for me if at the outset if the natural gas industry and
regulators stated that if Hydrofracking is shown to be inherently too hazardous for the
health and welfare to conduct as a whole or in specific contexts such as the Marcellus
shale which contains enhanced radioactivity aspects etc. I wouldn’t view whatever
association of the IOGCC and GWPC and the Big Gas industry such utter disdain and
disgust.

But we don’t live in a perfect world do we? So, until then all I can do is meticulously track
the Hydrofracking trackers as well as (no pun intended) other aspects of it.

Mr. Baker, Attached you’ll find an Inference Matrix I’ve done especially for you which may
have had a glitch as it only references 90 web pages and online documents. I’m sorry if you
don’t see my point but I figure perhaps you’ve trained your thinking to be narrow that it
could better your the position and whatever objectives you have as a director of the IOGCC.

Here are the search engine search terms:

IOGCC Gerry Baker

and here are the names terms I look for and uniquely map and catalog for their presence in the
top URLs (web pages and online docs) returned by the search engine:

accountable admission advocate Agee appearance appoint appointed associate awareness Baker biased boost bureaucrat bureaucrats Cabot Calhoon Chesapeake club collecting commission committee compact concern concerns conducting conference confidential conflict conserved corporate crucial Daniels data Daugherty declaration denial denied details development director drilling economic economy emergency endangering energy environment environmental environmentalist executives fracturing gas Gerry governor governors groundwork Halliburton hydraulic Hydrofracking impediment impeding impropriety independent industry interest interstate IOGCC legislation list lobbyist lobbyists management maximized meetings mitigate Murfin natural NGAS oblivious oil Oklahoma operational position produced ProPublica Pruet regulator regulatory request research resolutions safety secure shale shill Sierra small Smith sponsor stance statement stimulus sufficient supply synthesizing unbiased Vaughey Wallen water watershed website

Regards,

Joel S.

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This is my E-mail to the The Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC)
http://www.iogcc.state.ok.us/contact-us

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Hello Messrs. Smith, Baker, IOGCC et al.: A few inquires to you if I could …

I was going to forward you my E-mail correspondence with Mr. Nickolaus of the Groundwater
Protection Council (GWPC) http://www.gwpc.org/home/contact_us.htm but really addressing
the entire organization so you could get some reference or context of my brief inquires to you
here but if you bring up my URL link here:

http://www.infochimps.com/datasets/hydrofracking-fracfocusorg-hydrofracking-database-much-to-be-des

titled: “Hydrofracking – FracFocus.org – Hydrofrackng Database Much To Be Desired” it saves
bandwidth and keeps things segmented for better information flow.

I wanted to ask you if you consider or claim your organization: The Interstate Oil & Gas
Compact Commission (IOGCC) is unbiased, independent and non-partial in the same
genre or sense that the GWPC.

In this respect if you are I was wondering a few things. When you are “sponsored”
by the Big Gas (natural gas) corporations like your upcoming IOGCC 2011 Midyear
Meeting in Bismarck ND June 27-29 at the Radisson Buismarck what the seating
arrangements are like.

Do you intermingle with the Big Gas executives e.g. play a round of golf or two before
or after the conference closes for the day, got out to some nightclubs in the evening
etc.? Is there any representation from environmental groups say the Sierra Club invited
or present? I know they’re nowhere near as well heeled as your Big Gas sponsors but
do environmental groups, perhaps a consortium of them sponsor similar conferences
for your organization? What steps do you take to insure your unbiased
non-partiality?

I’m very serious in my making my inquiries to you here. Believe me, I’m as serious as
the prostate cancer I have that may have been precipitated by my living in Tonawanda,
New York two streets removed from an unlined public landfill containing nuclear waste
from the Manhattan project and my probable predisposition to cancer. I was completely
oblivious to the fact when I lived there for over a year.

Lastly, I understand you have a pretty big drought going there in Oklahoma, the likes
of which you haven’t seen in decades:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/04/06/2011-drought-oklahoma_n_845419.html
http://www.odl.state.ok.us/usinfo/maps/dustbowl/index.htm

and from what I understand with climate change global warming get used to it as
what you have now may only be a warm-up (no pun intended):

http://www2.ucar.edu/news/2904/climate-change-drought-may-threaten-much-globe-within-decades

I saw a segment on the WeatherChannel about this too. Ah, I wonder where Oklahoma’s
going to get its water in the future as New Mexico etc. Former Governor Richardson of
New Mexico once had coveted eyes on Great Lakes water:

http://www.monstersandcritics.com/news/usa/news/article_1365081.php/N_M_governor_Richardson_under_fire_over_Great_Lakes_water_comments

Yes there is a Great Lakes’ states water pact that protects withdrawal but hey, in a national
emergency what’s a “little” bending of the rules?

I get my water from pristine Hemlock Lake:

[Deleted at request of image owner. Try: http://www.google.com/search?q=hemlock+lake&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi&biw=1325&bih=757]

I know there are national water quality standards but there are distinguishable differences.
When I turn on my tap in the morning especially in the wintertime there is a clarity, a
pure “bouquet” I wager you’re not going to get in Oklahoma.

I know that water quality is the domain of your associates down a few doors from you
at the GWPC but the activities of your organization or your constituents of it have an
effect on water quality in no small measure.

What I’m trying to say is you be good, very good to the all New York State watersheds
even though we’re hundreds and hundreds of horizons east of you far out of sight and
perhaps out of mind as (heh heh) you know the saying all that goes around comes
around. and in this case what comes around your life depends on.

Thank you. I welcome and look forward to your correspondence.

Best regards,

Joel S.

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From: Joel Shapiro
To: Mike Nickolaus
Cc: Len Erikson ; Ben Grunewald ; Paul Jehn ; Mike Paque ; Brenda Short ; Dan Yates
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 1:58 AM
Subject: Hello Mr. Nickolaus / All, Thank you for your reply. I’ll try to be brief as I can …

Hello Mr. Nickolaus / All, Thank you for your reply. I’ll try to be brief as I can …

yet still make my main point and it’s an important one.

On July 1st, 2011, a mere ten days from now as I write the New York State Hydrofracking
moratorium will lapse:

http://streetvisuals.typepad.com/blog/2011/06/time-is-running-out-to-protect-new-yorks-water.html

and the only thing that is standing in the way of the 2011 New York State version of
your Oklahoma land rush with throngs of humongous thumper trucks that map out the
shale deposits figuratively gunning their engines in idle all along the Pennsylvania
border in the southern tier just waiting for the signal to go into gear is something called
the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement or SGEIS by the New York State
Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). No SGEIS no Hydrofracking.

I’m sure you’ve heard of the SGEIS and by proclamation from Governor Cuomo July 1st,
2011 coincidentally is also the deadline for it:

http://www.libous.campaignoffice.com/index.asp?Type=B_PR&SEC={8340EFCE-6403-4000-97C5-85040BCF4CA6}&DE={F62A2BE6-A7AD-4188-9EBC-63D25870596B}

I’m sure you are also aware the New York State Assembly passed a bill to extend the
moratorium. It had a lot of national press coverage. But for some reason what’s
getting less coverage is the fact the bill had to go through the New York State senate
which is Republican controlled and they’re now out of session.

My New York senate with all the fortitude of Anthony Weiner conveniently side-stepped
it not even casting votes for historical purposes; each senator confirming where (s)he
stands on such an important issue letting it languish.

So, I’ll tell you what’s going to happen. July 1st isn’t quite the day the rush to ravish and
rape the southern tier is going to commence. No, the DEC is going to pontificate and
expound its setting of the most stringent regs Big Gas has ever seen and the most useless
because New York is broke and can’t possibly afford the adequate inspection staff needed
for an area that it has absolutely no expertise and experience; horizontal Hydrofracking.

If I’m not mistaken New York’s even in bigger hock than Pennsylvania and Big Gas likes
to cite what stringent rules, regs and scrutiny they are under there. Instead of a zillion
image links of Big Gas flaunting Pennsylvania’s rules and dumping their untreated brine
right into a stream how about one good one:

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://media.syracuse.com/news/photo/2010-12-15-ap-frackwaterjpg-5a38a7110c124f84.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2011/04/pennsylvania_seeks_more_tests.html&usg=__KfiN0nLX6shhRgsReaWljrQkoJg=&h=427&w=640&sz=120&hl=en&start=193&zoom=1&tbnid=hbD0XUWcypn_6M:&tbnh=140&tbnw=187&ei=IWgBToCcGYrEgQfRw8XrDQ&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dhydrofracking%2Bwater%2Bcontamination%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26biw%3D1024%26bih%3D653%26gbv%3D2%26tbm%3Disch&itbs=1&iact=rc&dur=394&page=16&ndsp=13&ved=1t:429,r:11,s:193&tx=79&ty=83&biw=1024&bih=653

There’ll be a little comment period as a formality objected to by Big Gas and then it’s full
bore and full bore it will be with New York State’s unique compulsory integration laws. I
trust you’re familiar or at least cognizant of them as well.

Perhaps with more compelling digitized data was in place which by all rights should
have been say a month ago, it might have been the impetus to warranted a vote by the
New York state senate even if it would have been symbolic with the outcome the same;
no moratorium extension.

Or … perhaps there would have been a senate vote and wouldn’t you know passing an
extension …

As for your vehement claim that you; the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) /
fracfocus.org is non-partial, an independent entity. I’m having a real problem with that.

Let’s take a look at your co-sponsor: The Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission.
(IOGCC) I assume they’re independent and non-partial too in partners with you by extension;
Correct?

Let’s bring up:

http://www.iogcc.state.ok.us/bismarck2

And what do I see here? Oh! The IOGCC’s 2011 Midyear Meeting in Bismarck, ND, June 27-29
at the Radisson Hotel Bismarck sponsored by:

At Platinum Level! (Whoa!): Enbridge, Marathon, Whiting

At Gold Level: BP (They would have been Platinum except they’re on austerity
from their Gulf of Mexico FUBAR fines from last year they’re still on the hook for)

At Silver Level: Continental Resources, Chesapeake Energy and Shell

and rounding out the back at Bronze Level (No drilling permits for them!) is: Denbury,
Newfield, Conoco Phillips and Linn Energy.

Not too shabby!

I couldn’t find much about the Radisson’s restaurant in-house:

http://calhotels.us/hotel.php/105399-radisson-hotel-bismarck-north-dakota/

but with that kind of line-up I don’t know about you but I’d be looking for catered
Maine surf-and-Kobe turf, truffles, some of that golden opulence for dessert:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dV4XfVni3KA

and of course open bar; top shelf.

As long as this kind of “sponsorship” transpires between regulator and regulated
is as long as I interpret any claims of regulatory independence and unbiased
impartiality bought and paid for rote company line dribble.

Respectfully,

Joel S.

From: Mike Nickolaus
To: Joel Shapiro
Cc: Len Erikson ; Ben Grunewald ; Paul Jehn ; Mike Paque ; Brenda Short ; Dan Yates
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 5:07 PM
Subject: RE: All, A couple very succinct point I want to make to you if I respectfully could …

Mr. Shapiro: I am sorry we did not get to conclude our conversation. I wasn’t sure what had happened but I assumed your phone had dropped the call or something similar. A would like to make a few points regarding our conversation.

First, as I said we are not affiliated with the oil and gas industry. Our members are the state regulatory agencies. However, we are not a regulatory agency ourselves. We do not have regulatory powers and cannot compel the industry or anyone else to submit data to us. As a consequence, we are forced to deal in the reality that there are differing opinions about the way data should be made available. To garner the widest possible participation in the FracFocus system (which is entirely voluntary by the way) we had to accept some limitations on the acquisition and distribution of the data. As a former state regulatory official myself, I believe that public data belongs to the public and that they have every right to obtain in whatever form it exists. However, this is not public data, it is private data and I can’t set the rules.

Secondly, I believe that before FracFocus existed there was such a lack of available data on hydraulic fracturing jobs that it was critical to try and bring some light to the questions about chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing at the local level. By establishing a common format for reporting data we may be able to normalize its presentation to the public. In this way people will not be faced with the prospect of having to try and figure out dozens of different data formats with dozens of different data elements. This is critical to any understanding of the data.

Thirdly, when our connection died I was about to tell you that eventually we do expect the data to be in a digital format. States will require this if they are to use it in their systems. I cannot estimate when this may occur but it has been a point of discussion within our organization and the state agencies involved in FracFocus for some time.

Lastly let me say that we at GWPC are dedicated to the protection of groundwater. It is our sole mission and purpose for being. If we believed that the FracFocus site did not advance that goal we would not have developed it and would certainly not continue it.

I hope this explains things a little better and I would be happy to discuss the issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing and groundwater protection further with you at your convenience.

Thanks.

Mike Nickolaus
From: Joel Shapiro [mailto:jrs_14618@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 3:46 PM
To: Mike Nickolaus
Cc: Len Erikson; Ben Grunewald; Paul Jehn; Mike Paque; Brenda Short; Dan Yates
Subject: All, A couple very succinct point I want to make to you if I respectfully could …

All, A couple very succinct point I want to make to you if I respectfully could …

I know I’ve already sent you all an extensive E-mail so I’ll cut to the chase.

What I perceive the centerpiece of your various data/databases is your “(Hydrofracking)
Well Site Near You” service where a compact of “Big Gas” natural gas companies I
guess gratuitously provided you Hydrofracking data that you and only you are able
to display and only in .PDF format that is inherently limiting.

I had quite a conversation with Mr. Nickolaus who conveyed to me Big Gas doesn’t
want such data interpreted on such a comprehensive or global scale. It is meant for
just an itty-bitty local perspective to see some data say for a Hydrofracking operation
being conducted across the street whatever that is good for. Mr. Nickolaus gave me
an explanation but I’m still trying to embrace it.

I also explained to Mr. Nickolaus but not in specific detail as here how I can readily
glean the data from your .PDF docs.

As you must know, must be cognizant Big Gas has been accused of withholding
information … and this is from high levels of government, not figurative tree-hugging
Sierra Club activists. In fact, with my I have an Internet profile (Inference Matrix)
where I specifically address this:

http://www.infochimps.com/datasets/natural-gas-hydrofracking-terms-inference-matrix-21-hydrofrackin

titled: Hydrofracking Data Withheld

And this is what bothers me so much: I asked Mr. Nickolaus if your organization is
affiliated with Big Gas but he related to me you are independent of the Big
Gas industry. He related to me no, you are from a compact of regulatory agencies
with no ties to it.

Well, no pun intended if that is the case … if that is really the case you shouldn’t be
subservient to Big Gas groveling at whatever data and/or information morsels they
throw on the ground before you. By the same token if Big Gas was above really above
board and oh so confident of the safety of Hydrofracking they would be filling your
inbox with data to disperse and imploring you to do so.

No if you are really a regulators with any teeth you would have demanded the information
and data and posted it long ago.

One of the arguments Mr. Nickolaus gave for not posting data where it can be readily
massaged, interpreted, studied on a large scale that modern technology allows is the
data could be manipulated and with statistics all kinds of conclusions can be derived.

Yes indeed! (My phone died on my making this one last point to him) that is the
inherent problem you have with any kind of information posting or release … isn’t it?
Why let’s just do away with the Freedom of Information Act why don’t we? You get
the point.

If nothing else I have one last request, as regulators whenever you have the time or
inclination, wouldn’t you like to have all the raw data at your disposal so you can
make your own determinations on such an important issue as Hydrofracking?

And perhaps when you go home and think about it perhaps you’ll thank your lucky
stars you’re not the only ones privy to it as that’s the way America is set up.

Respectfully, I’m going to make it my business to convey my experience here today
with you, the Groundwater Protection Council (GWPC) for all who will listen to me
as this is such a large issue that one day may well be the greatest influence on our
lives.

http://www.gwpc.org
http://www.gwpc.org/home/contact_us.htm

Respectfully,

Joel Shapiro

Joel Shapiro
Rochester, New York 14618
Phone numbers in order of preference:
(585) 255-0997 (Cell – Call anytime – best to reach me)
(585) 250-8053 (Home – 9:30 to 22:00 EDT/EST)
(585) 473-7013 (Home – 9:30 to 22:00 EDT/EST)

jrs_14618@yahoo.com
or
cshapiro@rochester.rr.com

http://enartrans.com

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