Thursday, March 21, 2013

A BAD FRAC Job Rears Its Ugly Head ~ Trinity East's "Fracking" Failure on THIS Dallas Lease's Well in 2009. *UPDATE*

Scroll Down to Page 11 in the Document Below for an Explanation of the (previously unknown) Dallas Well's FRAC Job FAILURE in 2009:

On today's Agenda for the Dallas City Planning Commission is a FINAL Decision on three (3) 
TRINITY EAST Permits Including a Massive Polluting Processing Facility at the Northwestern Entryway to the City of Dallas, Texas. 


Thursday, March 21, 2013. Dallas City Hall. 1:00 PM
1500 Marilla. 6th Floor.  Amen.


*Update*  So, here's what Trinity East wants to do next!! What kind of madness is this?! If someone does a bad job do you continue to do business with them just because you have a contract? Isn't there a way out of this bad business deal?? What the He**??

Click here to view the CPC Agenda for March 21, 2013.


  1. The final votes on the 3 Permits were: 8-7; 9-6; and 9-6. All failed to pass. It was quite a day in Dallas, TX. Maybe the biggest zoning issue of all time.

    Now this must go to City Council. That date is unknown at this time. 12 out of 15 votes will be necessary to override the City Plan Commission's decision. Stay tuned for that one.

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