Allegheny County Opens Bidding For Drilling On Airport Property
It's more than 80 percent vacant and in need of a lifeline. Pittsburgh International Airport is a shell of its former self, but may get some help in the form of shale gas drilling. Today, the County opened up bids for drilling on airport property and the numbers are impressive; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
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