Kimberly Rivers, Ojai Valley News correspondent
For those who have been following the issue of hydraulic fracturing recently, it is easy to understand that it is not a single-faceted issue. But as you dive in, other angles emerge. There are the obvious, much-discussed concerns — environmental impact, adequate oversight, water use, jobs and effects on the economy and so on. And then when you dig a bit deeper you find the other layers of issues — antiquated permits, induced seismicity, oil field waste management, and effects of truck traffic, among others.