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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Motion Denied

Following two earthquakes and a boatload of violations EnerVest, LLC appeared before the Arlington Planning and Zoning Commission to request an amendment to a Special Use Permit to establish the drill zone at the Perr Drill Site.  Their plan was to drill at least three more gas  wells on an existing site in the heart of Arlington on the heavily traveled Cooper Street between the UTA campus and the widely visited Parks Shopping Mall.  

The motion was DENIED.  

Both the Chairman and Vice Chairman voted in opposition to EnerVest's request.

Here's the video of the September 17, 2015 public hearing for the Perr Drill Site:

Here are some violations that FracDallas dug up for us:

Page 12 ~ Perr Site, 2825 S. Cooper St. ~ Failed Lightning Arrestor System  
Page 18 ~ Swapo II Site, 5408 US 287 ~ Failed Lightning Arrestor System

Mercury Contamination in Louisiana
To be continued...

1 comment:

  1. So, if things were going so well, why did Carrizo sell out to EnerVest ~ a serial violator? Did they care who was buying their assets in Arlington? You know, it's rhetorical. The rep for EnerVest is certainly a smooth operator. :=)