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The Covington City Council, at a work session this past week, decided to move forward with the idea of building a natural gas fueling station.

Although the costs seem high, in the long run, the investment in plentiful natural gas is a wise one.

The fact that the city will have the only station located in the area is another positive; the days of using oil-based fuel as the main source of power when our country is awash in natural gas reserves is coming to an end.

It seems city grant writer Randy Conner has done his homework well; we salute him on his efforts.

We encourage the city to continue on its forward progress in developing natural gas fueling station.

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