On June 18th, Scranton Times-Tribune journalist, Kyle Wind, released an article that considers both sides of the KSL expansion debate in the wake of the release of the DEP's Second Environmental Assessment Review Letter. In the article, Wind quotes FOL's own Patrick Clark. Here's an excerpt from that interview:
"At the end of the day, they have to prove that the benefits outweigh the known and potential harms. All of the benefits are either removed or about money, and all of the harms have not been mitigated yet....This is an equation you cannot solve. You simply can't come to the conclusion that the benefits do outweigh the harms. And if you do, you're doing so purely on a dollars-and-cents level." -Patrick Clark
To read the full article, click on this link.