Central Pennsylvania counties are embracing Marcellus Shale impact fee ordinances in case natural gas drilling ever migrates to the midstate from the main drilling activity in the northern and western counties. Commissioners March 28 approved an ordinance. Lebanon County this week also intended to pass an impact fee ordinance, Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz said. The county has seen indicators that gas drilling soon could make its way there, she said. Meanwhile, Perry County commissioners on March 26 passed an ordinance as well.