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Arlington Cowboy Stadium gas well drilling – renters & visitors get the risk

March 27, 2013

I am quite the NIMBY now that I am informed at how dangerous this is…mostly I’m upset with our leadership who failed through open records requests to do du…

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8 Comments

  1. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 4:27 am

    Recall Mayor Cluck’s “Livibility” award for Arlington due to the health, safety and water waste concerns associated with URBAN natural gas drilling in backyards of homes, schools, parks and our Cowboy Stadium! Contact etemple@usmayors.org ; cvogel@usmayors.org ; info@usmayors.org ; EArlington@arlingtontx.gov ; elizabeth.kautz@ci.burnsville.mn.us ; mayor@lacity.org

  2. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 4:44 am

    Contact Arlington P & Z with citizen input as to how our new gas drilling ordinance should mandate Vapor Recovery Systems. I’m also asking for the ordinance to provide free baseline VOC blood tests prior to drilling for concerned citizens with a follow up test during fracing to report and document spikes with the health dept.

  3. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 4:46 am

    Each well is allowed 25 tons of emissions per well per year. Demand vapor recovery units in our gas drilling ordinance. They pay for themselves in 6-18 months and the gas drilling companies can afford them. Why not prevent fugitive emissions?

  4. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 5:43 am

    In Arlington alone since 2004 the number of gas wells drilled has climbed sharply each year. Derren Groth, City of Arlington Gas Well Coordinator, says:
    In 2006 there were 6 wells permitted in Arlington, in 2007 there were 40, in 2008 there were 55, in 2009 there there 68 and to date this year 17 permits have been issued with 39 applications for wells in Arlington pending.
    (Total of 56 permits thus far this year).
    That gives 187 wells permitted and still operating since 2006

  5. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 5:52 am

    Recall Mayor Cluck’s “Livibility” award for Arlington due to the health, safety and water waste concerns associated with URBAN natural gas drilling in backyards of homes, schools, parks and our Cowboy Stadium! Contact etemple@usmayors.org ; cvogel@usmayors.org ; info@usmayors.org ; EArlington@arlingtontx.gov ; elizabeth.kautz@ci.burnsville.mn.us ; mayor@lacity.org

  6. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 6:41 am

    Contact Arlington P & Z with citizen input as to how our new gas drilling ordinance should mandate Vapor Recovery Systems. I’m also asking for the ordinance to provide free baseline VOC blood tests prior to drilling for concerned citizens with a follow up test during fracing to report and document spikes with the health dept.

  7. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 7:19 am

    Each well is allowed 25 tons of emissions per well per year. Demand vapor recovery units in our gas drilling ordinance. They pay for themselves in 6-18 months and the gas drilling companies can afford them. Why not prevent fugitive emissions?

  8. Kim FeilMar 27, 2013 at 7:22 am

    In Arlington alone since 2004 the number of gas wells drilled has climbed sharply each year. Derren Groth, City of Arlington Gas Well Coordinator, says:
    In 2006 there were 6 wells permitted in Arlington, in 2007 there were 40, in 2008 there were 55, in 2009 there there 68 and to date this year 17 permits have been issued with 39 applications for wells in Arlington pending.
    (Total of 56 permits thus far this year).
    That gives 187 wells permitted and still operating since 2006