A Twin Tiers anti-fracking activist has a little more room to move around in the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania.

Susquehanna County Judge Kenneth Seaman March 28 partially lifted an injunction that kept Vera Scroggins of Brackney, Pennsylvania from going anywhere near property that was either owned or leased by Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation, including land owned by friends, businesses and medical facilities in Susquehanna County.

The ruling still means Scroggins cannot conduct tours on property directly owned by the gas drilling company and must stay at least 100 feet away from any active well pad or access roads to drilling sites.

Cabot said it sought the injunction out of safety concerns for workers, land owners and the public.