Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Why the Hilliard Permit be Withdrawn

Do you want to understand why the Hilliard drilling permit should be withdrawn?

Are you not sure what Tank Battery Variances are, when they're required, and how they should have been applied to Hilliard?

If you'd like to understand more, attend a 30 minute presentation tonight (Tuesday, September 21st) at 3104 Native Oak Dr. at 7pm.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will there be a 5 hour rebuttal from the Town?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for holding up traffic on 2499 this evening Mr. Hilliard, it's always a joy to have the commute take an extra 10 minutes just so "you can have yours".

Mary said...

It looks like they were seismic testing on Hilliard. Those who live near Hilliard, be ready for them to get you to sign so they can seismic test.
Remember the town does not allow seismic testing on right a ways.
The money isn't worth the trouble you may have later.

Anonymous said...

Unless you signed a lease that gives them the right to test or you don't own your minerals but the mineral owner kept some rights to access the surface for exploration you do not have allow them to do seismic testing!

Anonymous said...

I've asked this question before, but no one answered it. Does anyone know if you can cancel a lease once it's been signed?

Another Concerned Citizen said...

That is a good question for a lawyer. I would have them look at your lease.
Your lease may have a termination date on it. In most leases that means that if they have not drilled the well yet, you have the option not to resign.
But as far as canceling before the termination date, I have never heard of anyone being successful in doing that.

Anonymous said...

I've never heard of anyone being able to terminate a lease either, unless provisions of the lease are clearly violated. If they "pressured" you into signing it or mislead you, you could try to get it thrown out or claim you signed under "duress".