Hilliard is right smack in the middle of highly populated neighborhoods! Shadow Ridge Middle School and Blue Bonnet Elementary are very close.
Where would the highly toxic waste water be piped to from that site?
What neighborhoods would be forced via eminent domain to have these waste water pipe lines buried 4 feet below the ground running through their yards?
Neighbors are saying Cherokee Horn told them that Titan wants to drill 8 wells at this site. That is a lot of waste water! No application has been filed with the town yet but now is the time to speak up and protect our rights for our children to attend school in a safe and healthy environment. Protect our rights to keep our quality of life, health and safety. Just look at the town of Dish, Tx (less than 20 miles away).
If seismic testing on public streets is passed, they will be testing all streets around this site and any other sites throughout Flower Mound. The ordinance allows seismic testing on private property but greed is coming into play here. But at what cost? Certainly not the gas companies.
Call your insurance company and see if they cover seismic testing. I did and the answer wasn't good. Call a foundation repair company. I did. They told me to have my home inspected before and after the seismic testing, at my cost of course. Call a lawyer, I did and yes there have been cases where homeowners have had to sue gas companies for damage to their homes, foundations, water wells, and septic tanks. For those that can afford to stick it out, they sometimes get an out of court settlement but according to the attorneys I called, the gas companies have the homeowners sign a CONFIDENTIALITY AND NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT so they can't talk about it afterward.
Corey Van Trease, 2104 Cavalier Way, Flower Mound Mr. Van Trease stated he was speaking on behalf of Patty Smith, the Smith Foundation, and the Ron Hilliard family. They were all in support of the waste water collection system. He agreed that the Town needed to review the ordinance on a regular basis. He stated all the issues deserved more research, however he believed there were more pros than cons.