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D&L lays groundwork in fight for licenses

State lists two more in dumping case

May 16, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — Lawyers for D&L Energy will continue to argue in a public hearing next week that the wrong company was penalized when Ohio’s Division of Oil and Gas Management revoked the Salt Springs......

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msmith82

May-19-13 11:48 AM

This sleaze bag and his company does not need to be digging anywhere. He already broke the law once what will stop it from doing it again

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OLDMANDOWNTOWN2

May-17-13 5:52 AM

I agree with you CompMan, all permits should stay revoked as long as anyone related to Lupo owns or operates these companies. He messed up big time and even admitted it in the beginning. He must of figured it was no big deal, a slap on the hand and a small fine. Now that's not so, he is trying every trick he can think of to get out of this. Guess he misses all that big money not coming in everyday. Maybe he is worried about going to jail for a long time, and meeting Bubba. He already has boned the companies he hired to clean up his mess. Which could put them in bankruptcy and all their employees losing their jobs too. Hope he spends the next 30 years in jail, for what he did.

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OLDMANDOWNTOWN2

May-17-13 5:36 AM

I figure that sleaze bag Lupo would try some kind of BS to get out of this. Lupo was more than just the chief operating officer, he was the owner. Being the owner of all three companies, means he was the one that called the shots for running each business. In this case he even admitted he ordered the dumping that night. Just because he claims he stepped down a chief operating officer and trustee now, and his wife runs everything doesn't change anything. He is still calling the shots thru her and still owns all three of them.

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CompMan

May-17-13 5:31 AM

The last paragraph of the article is vital to remember. Until all the financial ownership is taken out of Lupo's or his family hands they have controlling interest. An audit of the financial books would confirm the intertwined companies. In the meantime the State House and Senate are encouraged to limit Salt Water Injection Wells away from fresh water or private well waters. Hagans attempt to ban all SWIW's is too broad and will contract economic development.

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