Eastern Star Points to Unknown Disposition of Gasoline Storage Tank Buried at AISD Performing Arts Center and MORE

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Dear Kim Feil,

Here is an explanation of the reports provided in my previous communication:

The reports provided were completed for the property formerly addressed 1201 E. Division Street (now re-platted into addresses 900 E Sanford Street and 1201 E. Division Street) with the 2013 Brownfields Assessment Grant from the EPA, under previous ownership. Any further assessment of the site was not completed with these grant funds.

Sincerely,

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Sent: Monday, June 3, 2019, 1:49:10 PM CDT
Subject: Re: Excerpts from Terracon Enviro pollution assessment Eastern Star Enviro -AISD should clean up first not build!
Regarding Phase 2 2014 site assessment for 1201 E Division…
Now that the Eastern Star is gone and the planned AISD Performing Arts Center is well underway, this email is of public record that you were forewarned. Gincy, please forward this to P&Z as ZA19-1 goes before P&Z 6/5/19 5:30 pm and then before council 6/25/19 6:30 pm.
Note the attached screen shot from phase 1 study identifies 30 LEAKING buried storage tanks of which 7 are less than 1/8 mile away.
storage tanks leaking uarter mi ester star
 
Note on another attachment (Phase 2 study) the ON SITE spike reading on BARIUM at 225 mg/kg…barium spike eastern star aisd
This is troubling in that the ATSDR says, “….a 2-year exposure to 200 mg barium/kg/day resulted in moderate to marked nephropathy”. 
Since there was two hospitals, improper disposal of medical waste related to x-rays, Barium Sulfate is plausible…. Inline image
Main Eastern Star Home structure with the east and west wings, a kitchen and dining room addition to the north, a hospital building to the southeast connected by a road, and one wash house, one stage coach house, two poultry houses, one dairy barn, one implements shed, stables and a structure housing a water well pump and an underground gasoline tank to the north of the main structure are depicted (1949); Main Eastern Star Home with two additions to the east wing, a hospital addition to the northeast, an addition to the west wing, a Grand Chapter Building (office) to the west of the main structure, and a dwelling, a power plant and 25,000-gallon capacity water tower to the north of the main structure are depicted (1968)”. 
Barium however, is mostly used by the oil & gas to make drilling mud and if any application was used as in mud farming there or blew in from neighboring drill sites, would also offer as another explanation.
Any Barium present in the soil blows around in this Texas wind and is a source exposure by inhalation.

A phase 2 excerpt reads of a concern for on site Arsenic and Lead:

Arsenic Lead Eastern Star aisd arlington
Both the original and duplicate soil samples exhibited concentrations of arsenic and lead above the applicable TRRP Tier 1 Critical PCLs for arsenic (5.9 mg/Kg) and lead (15 mg/kg); however the concentrations detected were within the 20% RPD. Based on the heterogeneous nature of metals concentrations in soils and laboratory interference associated with laboratory soil analysis, it is not uncommon to see 20% or greater RPDs for metals in soils. Furthermore, based on the soil analytical results with accompanying SPLP data, it does not appear the identified arsenic and lead soil concentrations are subject to TRRP“.
Here is the exoneration mechanism that is essentially a loophole denying actionable levels for clean up of that Arsenic & Lead
fail tceq tssb background soils
Texas Environment recently released a post Hurricane Harvey study about these laxed benchmarks lowering the bar and endangering public health. This is an easy to read resource that prefaces… “On average, for all chemicals targeted by both Texas and the EPA the strictest, Texas benchmarks allow soil pollution at a rate 13.94 times greater than the benchmarks used to score potential Superfund sites. Texas tolerates groundwater pollution at a rate 34.78 times higher.” 
Home Rule allows you to adopt the precautionary principle for starters. Phase 1 study says, “The 1963 Sanborn map indicated that the standalone carport was converted to a power plant and the underground gasoline tank was no longer depicted on-site”. It is alarming that a power plant may have sat over an abandoned and probably leaking gasoline storage tank (which would explain high lead count as we had unleaded gasoline historically). Phase 1 notes the inability to interview one of two witnesses part of the Eastern Star excavation process, it is my opinion that AISD and the City leaders fail to protect the health of students and faculty in not knowing the disposition of the buried storage tank.
If you take no action after digesting the reports and my cautions via this email, you are hiding behind lax thresholds of actionable clean up needs! The purpose of Home Rule is to be more protective of public health and adopt safer actionable levels of necessary clean up.
Phase 1 (see attached) identifies sensitive groups to pollution exposures (receptors)…..which includes schools …..
eastern star sensitive groups
and yet AISD Performing Art Center is going in this polluted area.
Of interest in the Phase 1 study was the list of all known pollution locations in the Orphan Summary (gasoline stations, GM, Barnett Shale, etc.) and note that 507 E Abram is on the Brownfield list.
Because of GM, the history of so many gasoline stations, paint & body shops along Division and now all the fracking sites, I consider Arlington to be setting the lowest bar of environmental stewardship and public health in the DFW area. Please redirect your course of inaction to environmental degradations under YOUR WATCH. Instruct your fire department that refused to participate in the 2013 study to respond and make it public information, and that clean ups take place at:
  1. the future home of our AISD Performing Arts Center,
  2. every identified Brownfield, MSDs, and that
  3. you take my earlier suggested preventive measures at our drill sites and compression station that would exceed the low benchmark at our state and federal levels in protecting Arlington citizens living near our urban drilling experiment.
Sincerely,
Kim Feil
On Friday, May 31, 2019, 6:52:12 PM CDT, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> selected excerpts from Phase 1 and BOLDFACED for emphasis…
“Based on the above information, it is Terracon’s opinion that the former on-site gasoline underground storage tank and former power plant located constitute recognized environmental conditions (RECs). …….

 

Records Review Selected federal and state environmental regulatory databases were reviewed. Six Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) petroleum storage tank (PST) facilities, 30 TCEQ leaking petroleum storage tank (LPST) facilities, 12 industrial hazardous waste (IHW) facilities, one IHW corrective action facility, one TIER 2 facility, nine financial assurance facilities, two groundwater contamination case (GCC) facilities, three voluntary cleanup program (VCP) facilities, three municipal designation settings (MSD) facilities, one solid waste landfill (SWF/LF) facility, two closed landfill inventory (CLI) facilities, one Historical cleaners (HIST Cleaners) facility, 28 Historical auto stations (HIST Auto Stat) facilities, one RCRA conditionally exempt small quantity generator (RCRA-CESQG) facility, five RCRA non-generator/ no longer regulated (NLR) facilities, one Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation-no further action planned (CERLA-NFRAP) facility, eight US Brownfields facilities and four federal information system (FINDS) facilities were identified within the specified search radii. The site was not identified during the regulatory database review. Vandergriff Body Shop, located at 901 East Division Street, is a west adjacent property and is listed on the Historical Auto Stat, Financial Assurance, FINDS, IHW, LPST, RCRA NonGen / NLR, PST databases. The RCRA Non-Gen/NLR database indicates the facility was a small quantity generator until 2006. The IHW database indicates the facility regularly uses and handles ignitable hazardous waste, cadmium, chromium, lead, benzene, chlorobenzene, dichlorobenzene, dichloroethane, tetrachloroethylene, trichloroethylene and ketones. No violations have been reported for the facility. Waste generated was reported as immersion cleaner, paint waste, spent solvent and aqueous waste cleaner. Based on the reviewed database information, it is Terracon’s opinion that the length of time Vandergriff Body Shop has been in operation (since 1966), proximity and the use of chlorinated solvents constitutes a REC to the site at this time. ……
 
Terracon attempted to contact Mr. Frank Stegient, a former worker on-site who also performed demolition of on-site structures and have not received a response to date. The absence of information from Mr. Stegient constitutes a data gap. 
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Vandergriff Body Shop has been located to the west of the site since at least the mid-1960s and is listed in the regulatory database a former small quantity generator, a petroleum storage tank (PST) and leaking PST (LPST) facility. The site is situated on a topographic hill and slopes to the east, towards Johnson Creek. The Vandergriff Body Shop and Quik Trip constitute RECs to the site, which are further discussed in Section 4.1. 

The on-site total BTEX concentrations ranged from 3.11 to 17.52 mg/kg for soil 

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Based on the reviewed database information and the length of time Vandergriff Body Shop has been in operation (since 1966), the use of chlorinated solvents constitute a REC to the site at this time.  

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One 10,000-gallon gasoline UST and one 500-gallon used oil UST were removed from the ground in 1990. No releases have been reported for the Quik Trip facility. Based on the length of operation, this facility constitutes a REC to the site.

The City of Arlington Fire Department was contacted by via the online Open Records Center on November 15, 2013 regarding environmental records or information indicating environmental concerns for the site. Terracon has not received a response from the Fire Department to date”. 

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Loopholes Found In Urban Drilling Public Protection

Many steps to safer urban drilling

I live at ground zero for urban drilling.
We have about 60 pad sites in our 99 sq mile town here in Arlington TX.
Our state and local government will not enforce these two laws….
1) TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND
“(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..”
2. Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A,
Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance
No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more
air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and
of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property.
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We had a drill spill in Lake Arlington, our drinking source, back in 2010. We also have about 100 drilling laterals under our lake that are at migration risk for seismic events and or cement failures.
We have had over a dozen gas release emission events that the general public knows about. On September 10th 2018, Arlington Fire Department’s Sergeant Crowsen said at a Frown Hall meeting (due to a fracking accident) that they respond to about 10-15 gas well complaints a year. Per our 2019 budget on page 120, it will cost us almost $500,000 in 2019 for gas well emergency response readiness.
The following are the items lacking in our URBAN oil and gas drilling ordinance………………..

1.

1. ELECTRIC mandate:
a. Mandate electric drilling rigs.

b. Mandate electric frac pumps Evolution Well Services – Innovation Not Imitation.

c. Do not use diesel or NG fired lift compressors that use dirty field gas, rather use electric submersible pumps,Wellbore Compressor, Natural Gas Recovery, Artificial Lift, Well Head, Electric Submersible Pumps, ESPs, Plunger Lift, Sucker Rod Pumps, Gas Lift Systems, Hydraulic Pumping Systems, Progressive Cavity Pumps, Oil Recovery, Convert Natural Gas, Liquefi

d. Mandate electric compressor stations, but have back up power in the event of electric outages. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2015/02/28/april-11-2011-two-padsites-spewed-on-arlington-residents/

e. Replace gas-assisted glycol pumps with electric pumps.https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-06/documents/ll_glycol_pumps3.pdf
2. Video tape ALL cement casing pours when the cement comes back up to the top through the annulus so that there is proof of an even pour and ensure all wells have electric bond log tests.  Wireline Electric Logs tell an important geological story…to file or not to file that is the Q!
3. All drilling mud farming and brine “road spraying” should have application sites’ soil & groundwater tested for toxins and NORM. Transition Lancaster Visits PA Gasland

4. During fracking where the radioactive silica dust is flying around, we need the industry to contain the dust to OSHA 2016 standards at 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air averaged during an 8-hour shift. Currently, the oil & gas industry is getting preferential treatment to not have to be in compliance until June 23 2021. There is no entity looking out for the residential silica exposures, only worker exposures. Here is a video of what the silica exposures during fracking look like at our Bruder drill site,  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWw8U40Q4Sk

4. Ban the use of Hydrofluoric and Hydrochloric Acid for less caustic treatments such as chelates. https://chelates.nouryon.com/siteassets/Brochure-dissolvine-stimwell.pdf

5. Mandate flowback tanks that have vent lines that can be connected to vapor recovery/capture systems or combustion devices (gas-busters) Frac Tanks & More from DHI Energy Servicetanks. Here is a video of what happens in our backyards in Arlington….. Flow Back in North Texas.

6. Blowdowns of compressors whose excess goes to the storage tanks should have Vapor Recovery Systems rather than venting. Here is a Lake Arlington tank battery emitting VOC’s 24/7….Lake Arlington Natural Gas Waste Storage Tanks Infrared camera reveals toxins constantly spewing

7. The pipeline should be in place FIRST before fracking, and the operator should have no DELAY for flowback should occur immediately after fracking so that injected water/chemicals don’t sit in the ground for months festering bacterial sulfide growth to sour/damage the well and sicken people…..https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/slammed-with-sudden-nausea-from-flowback-odors-business-womans-blood-pressure-soars-after-vomiting
8. The setback away from people should be substantial. Rural method drilling is not acceptable in urban areas. An environmental tester who has a Phd said that the health effects are being seen downwind from about 1,800 – 2,500 feet.
9. Equip local GW inspectors who need to test for methane leaks with FLIR cameras. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=flir
10. Use phage therapies instead of dangerous gluteraldehydes to control festering bacteria and offensive odors.  https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2016/02/16/dont-bank-on-phage-fixn-well-souring/
11) Use closed mud containers.
12) Have aerial water spray mist for flying frack sand. But don’t let the toxic water go into environment.
13) No diesel truck idling
14) Need 24 hour hotline to TCEQ and City Gas Well Inspectors. Our city website’s online status report is too vague. (ex. currently it can say “workover” and no real information of what that entails. Breathers do not need to be downwind to pre-production and maintenance activities. They need to know that they are risking their health. It’s time for the truth.
15) Equip First Responders with sensitive BTEX detection equipment. (I know of four auto shut in failures so far they were exposed to rouge wells) https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2011/08/02/tceqs-first-glance-equipment-is-not-sensitive-enough-to-detect-long-term-benzene-effect-screening-levels-at-1-4ppb/
16) Simulate neighborhood evacuation plan and robo calling run through. Train an appointed person to push red button in an emergency when the AFD cannot do it if they are in a mass ER event. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/arlington-neighborhood-citizen-designated-red-button-pushers-needed-in-emergencies/
17) Flood waters on pad sites should be lab tested for Drilling Mud, Frack Chemicals, Produced Water and Maintenance Chemicals before being released. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=flooded
19) Baseline Air, Soil, and Surface Water testing should be required with post production re-testing to make comparison analysis. The LABC spill did not test for NORM and we had no baseline. https://barnettshalehell.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/labc-water-tests.pdf
20) Nitro Lifts or any other well maintenance should NOT be allowed to vent via an open well or it’s chemical treatments to the atmosphere…which includes sending to storage tanks with thief hatches that vent. See 1,140 ppm TVA reading near my son’s junior high school, https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/viagra-for-the-eagleford-shale-already/
21) Use blow out preventer between the drill and the frack stage in case flooding occurs.
22) Use tighter truck manifests that make them account for the TENORM waste water amounts leaving Arlington and have those amounts match up to their injection well destination. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=tenorm
24). Replace high pneumatics with low to no bleed pneumatics.https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2017-09/documents/2-devices_colorado2004.pdf
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Here are two January 28 2019, work session videos on air quality show a miserable FAIL while our council goes through the motions of trying to make changes to our Gas Well Ordinance as more stringent….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE19iFvg2JE 
These changes were prompted by a Youtube video gone viral back in 2018, in Councilwoman Capehart’s district called Fracking Accident.
Following that accident was some very upset citizens at a subsequent FROWN-HALL meeting.
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Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 9:20:06 AM CST
Subject: 3 reasons to do away w/ 70% waiver support/Changes to our Gas Well ordinance
I am in support of doing away with the extortion-like influence of how the drilling operators can pay for a person’s signature inside of the 600 ft buffer for three reasons that should help you move forward with eliminating waver exception counts to get to 70%.
1) Most live out of town and do not get to breathe the emissions
2) For the Truman site, one owner had three small parcels inside the 600 ft buffer and got three votes AND lived out of town
3) If you are serious about not allowing remaining build out, you will deny ALL new drill-zone permits effectively defacto banning (but still be in HB40 compliance). Otherwise, you can take more time and pursue my suggested air quality related HOME RULE regulations (listed below) that you can impose to be more protective than the state/TCEQ and federal government.
I am also in favor of the work-over notification and hope this video exchange between Jim Parajon will serve as a reminder that i never had the choice to check the winds and check my family into a hotel away from harm……https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6cSg0Fi0jk
There is a home 300ft away at the Truman drillsite in our Entertainment District….I shudder to think Total will care about our City as a tourist destination and any evacuation nightmares should we get another Fannin Farm (business as usual) event during any stadium events.
Thank you in advance for your attempt at protective measures (except for the deferring air quality issues to the TCEQ which is a cop out)….the blood money I admit has been put to a noble use for Texas LIVE…I just hope we won’t need it to plug and abandon any City wells in the future as third and fourth tier operators become the norm.
I recall City officials admitting this money coming in would not be long term….the time is now to get off the Texas teet of Urban Drilling…cancer sux and this is not a family friendly industry I am tired of promoting you recklessly bought into…
Kim Feil https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property.
On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 9:07:18 AM CST, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

We do not mandate that the operators flow back into pressurized, closed containers that they haul off to the injection wells later after it’s finished venting into the neighborhoods. Currently we flow back into open hatch containers that the TCEQ admits cannot be closed (without being pressurized) because it could become an explosive environment with the fluids being under pressure which means they have vocs in them.

We do not mandate continuous air testing during the various pre-production or post production stages.
We should require the Operators to do continuous air monitoring using a non-biased contracted third party company during the different phases of getting the wells into production to include radiation detection devices during fracking to see what’s coming up mixing with the flying around silica dust.
Then we should also mandate that they air test after the wells are in production and during the gas lift compressor blowdown maintenance where they release the contents of the piping into the atmosphere that which they cannot blow down past the 200 PSI when they direct the contents of the piping to the storage tanks where the thief hatches continually vent VOCs into the atmosphere 24/7.
We do not have closed loop systems in Urban Drilling, we allow venting in our neighborhoods, near our schools, churches, and businesses.
Now is the time to put real teeth and our gas drilling ordinance as far as air quality concerns are.
I would like to be able to see the results of the air monitoring online in real time.
We should also mandate a stricter truck manifest so that when they truck off the contents of the storage tanks daily to the injection Wells that the amount match up so that there are no spills along the way that we will never know about.
Additionally we should mandate no mud farming in the city limits. We do not want the waste fluid spread on adjacent land with the permission of the property owner which currently the Railroad Commission allows because when that wastewater drys in the hot Texas Sun our windy conditions risk NORM that can blow around in the dirt and dust and get in our air shed.
Thank you
Sincerely,
The City of Arlington’s worksession on Tues, 11/13/18 had talk of becoming more stringent in their gas well drilling ordinance.
In the end they probably still won’t get their inspectors or AFD a FLIR camera to see what’s leaking. They still want to leave the air quality complaints to TCEQ purvue.
The email below doesn’t even address other issues I’ve uncovered over the years such as the risk of radioactive mud farming, flowing back in open top containers, not flowing back immediately and letting the flowback sour, to name a few.
Leaving TCEQ n charge of air quality is the biggest copout and I am so glad term limits are headed their way even though they are already trying to undo the Nov 6 vote!
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Cc: Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 10:26 AM
Subject: Points to make and requsts to let Dr. Cynthia Simmons spearhead the changes to our Gas Well ordinance
During the day session you took each component of what (surface wise) our town as a Home Rule City can regulate on the gas well ordinance to become more stringent. This in the wake of HB40 cracking down on setback defacto bans and citizen lead petitions oj fracking bans.
Setbacks:
I disagree when Mayor Williams called the citizen notification from 600 ft to quarter mile “significant” (now that the STR’s will be too)…how disingenious to compare the two ordinances when the STR issues relate to mere nuisance and the GW ordinance is of both nuisance AND PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERNS in living near industrial processes.
Willams does not understand or pretends that this “public notifiacation” will make a difference when our current GW ordinance allows an exception to the 600 ft setback via a 70% (paid off) landowner(s) approval (to be closer than 600 ft down to at the most 300 ft setback). I have seen Councilman Shepard quiz speakers to see if they reside within the City AND the 600 foot setback.
Tuesday after the day worksession, I thanked Councilwoman Capehart for suggesting we do away with the 70% and have ALL setback exception requests undergo a supermajority council vote. I reminded her that within a 70% landowner search (as I found with the Truman site) that one landowner can own many parcels which count as separate votes too which adds to the voting disparity. There is nothing in our ordinance that give renters a vote that live in that buffer. Generally these land owners can also be out of town owners getting to decide to be closer than 600 feet when they won’t share that added risk.
All of this political posturing I witnessed Tuesday has the appearance of public health and nuisance concerns at heart. Now lets see some action.
Air Quality
I have spoken over the years on almost all drilling agenda items because I myself am downwind to additional pollutants stemming from our industrialization of our good town. Here are the rebuttals from the day session I want to post to you and on my blog and the driving force in having you ask Dr Simmons to take on this public health responsibility in the GW ordinance changes.
It is a cop out to continue to allow TCEQ to respond to air quality complaints as they have 24 hours to come out and take an air sample and then we wait 6 weeks for the results…..which by that time the emission event is usually gone, and their suma canister sampling BTEX related of 50 constituent misses some pollutants such as formaldehyde, The air testing needs to be continuous as TexWells just called for in a recent Dallas News editorial calling for what I am asking YOU to add to your ordinance (I boldfaced for emphasis) ….”One prospective policy reform is to adopt the 1,000 feet distance while requiring operators to conduct continual air quality monitoring, with the data available to all concerned parties”.
 
There is recognition that the TCEQ suma snapshot is a pic in time that is dependant on the meterological conditions and the timing of grabbing the sample DURING the offensive odors as they are occurring. I have asked Sargent Crowsen to at least keep a suma on hand…maybe Jessica’s team can arrange this with TCEQ?
Our state nuisance laws encompass duration as a consideration. Some the active phases of drilling/fracking/drilling out the plugs..etc. are intermittent which makes nuisance offenses hard to pin down (the Truman Downtown Entertainment Odor Event of January 2013 that I sued Chesapeake in small claims court wher in pretrial the only evidence allowed was an email proving they lied to the City and the state about the location and source of the odor. Of note I could not get the 2013 Truman Emission Event TCEQ inspector’s field notes that died with him on a Houston hwy accident.
The (appointed, retired) judge threw out my case because I had no engineer report and had no doctors report confirming odors entering my home and cause eye burn and my mother-in-law to have malaise of which others also had health issues too when I Interviewed them. So we need a better criteria to find nuisance offenses in our GW ordinance.
 
Noise
As I wrote in the Facebook Arlington Texas Talk UNcensored… “they (you) only bothered to say what decibles above the ambient noise they could decrease by… (currently they (you) try to regulate any exceedances 5 db above ambient in the day and 3 db above ambient at night)……they (you) did not address the harmful low frequency harm that, Jane Lynn reminded me of…please check out this 2014 Ft Worth Weekly fracking related article out…. .Compressing Agony
So please find with this email our official request to add to our GW ordinance to minimize low-frequency noise.
 
Dust
OSHA has revamped their particulate laws that went into effect back in October of 2017 but have allowed an additional 3-4 years (June 2021) for the oil & gas industry to figure out how to contain their silica dust flying during fracking…I myself have had my car dusted and I live 1,200 feet away from the Truman drillsite. I have asked the fire department to be present to water down any flying radioactive fracking dust, maybe that can be added to the ordinance too? 
The most effective way you can become more stringent (without violating HB40) at this point of an almost build out drilling town is to deny ALL 37 remaining drillingzones in Arlington so they cannot finish the buildout.
For starters please take Capeharts suggestion to enact a supermajority to all setback exceptions and have Dr Simmons be more involved, thank you.
Thank you
Kim Feil
Musician and Fracivist
See example of my protest hearings at  one June 5 evening meeting in 2012, https://www.arlingtontx.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=14481146&pageId=15052707
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As I published this today, WordPress notified me it was my 1,000th post.
I don’t feel so proud in having neglected my family and my music all these fracking years…but I WILL NEVER GIVE UP THIS FIGHT AND NEITHER SHOULD YOU!
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DustCam Video of Hazardous Particulates Mono Lake CA May 15 2019

Folks ya see what happens when you divert waters from a natural source…you get a dust bowl!!!
PM10 levels of 3957 µg/m³ for the daily average on 5/15. Here’s the event captured on DustCam https://gbuapcd.org/cgi-bin/reviewVideo?siteName=Mono+West&dateString=05%2F15%2F2019.
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Phill Kiddoo <pkiddoo@gbuapcd.org>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2019, 1:47:18 PM CDT
Subject: Answered one of my Q’s-had 5/16 Airnow.gov and should have been 5/15
Yeah the 5/15/19 Airnow.gov AQI loop, https://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=airnow.local_city  is more impressive than the 5/16/19 one and therefore now matches your 5/15/19 video link, thanks.
Kim
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Phill Kiddoo <pkiddoo@gbuapcd.org>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2019, 1:26:34 PM CDT
Subject: Re: current particulate emergency on airnow.gov how can DFW avert the CA experience?
Wow fantage footage, thanks for turning me onto that link. I attached two AIRNOW.gov snapshots of yesterday’s AQI loop, https://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=airnow.local_city&mapcenter=0&cityid=660, that Mono Lake area at 12:40 AM at its worst, which your video to me looks like it persisted more than the Airnow.gov reported?
Lake Mono CA AQI May 16 2019 twelve forty AM PDT
Also I attached a snapshot east of San Diego at 4pm being at its worst… which causes me to question if Lake Mono particulates blew that way to cause an air quality issue there too?
east of San Diego May 16 aqi 4 pm
I have an interest in water and air quality issues that started with a interest in fracking harms. As our Dallas Ft Worth TX area waters needs grow…I want to forewarn how droughts and diverting water can cause man made dust bowls….although not rocket science, this was not on my radar until now.
Thanks
Kim Feil
On Thursday, May 16, 2019, 2:19:14 PM CDT, Phill Kiddoo <pkiddoo@gbuapcd.org> wrote:
Kim-

Yes, Mono Lake is the source.  The District measured PM10 levels of 3957 µg/m³ for the daily average on 5/15. Here’s the event captured on one our DustCams https://gbuapcd.org/cgi-bin/reviewVideo?siteName=Mono+West&dateString=05%2F15%2F2019.

phill

Phillip L. Kiddoo

Air Pollution Control Officer

Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District

157 Short Street

Bishop, CA 93514

Office: 760.872.8211 ext.233

Cell: 760.920.8034

pkiddoo@gbuapcd.org

www.gbuapcd.org

 

On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 9:34 AM kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
It went from purple to red…within an hour…but check out the AQI loop https://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=airnow.local_city&mapcenter=0&cityid=660
On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 11:31:22 AM CDT, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Attached is a pic of current conditions, is Lake Mono the particulate the culprit?
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Arlington RISKS enticing the Orange Hefty EnergyBag KILN Polluters in disallowing plastic grocery bags in recycle bins #CHINAwinsAgain

Newton’s third law of motion may come into play in Arlington TX one day…..For every actionthere is an equal and opposite reaction.
dow hefty energy bag kiln pollution arlington
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To: Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Marvin Sutton <mabranic@sbcglobal.net>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Jennifer.Shaver@arlingtontx.gov <Jennifer.Shaver@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Jim Parajon <jim.parajon@arlingtontx.gov>; Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2019, 10:44:22 AM CDT
Subject: How to prevent this consequential RISK of phasing out plastic bags from recycling?
When I read that we were removing plastic grocery bags from our list of recyclables, while it pushes people to use reusable bags which is great, I recall that we DON’T want to entice a program coming to Midlothian that is disguised as green when it really is bad for the downwinders…..so I asked Jim to remind me of the details of such risk…….
Per Jim Schermbeck of Downwinders at Risk….“Dow and Keep America Beautiful – they have an “Energy Bag” plastics project that takes all the “unrecyclable” plastic in a household, puts it in a special orange bag and then takes that to the cement kiln. Household waste incineration in kilns is coming back in vogue again for some companies and this (Arlington’s decision to disallow bags in recycle bins) is a foot in the door….”

Kim Feil
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TX Oil & Gas RRC regulator says 3,221 operators with Unsatisfied Enforcement Orders

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To: Open Records <open.records@rrc.texas.gov>; Open Records <open.records@rrc.state.tx.us>
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 9:48:39 AM CDT
Subject: TWO ORR requests
1) In this video I am testifying in front of the RRC at the Hilton by the Arlington Convention Center. I cite an example of how Cearcy Ferguson Jr was barred from operating, BUT was allowed in three more other times? under similar names!!! MVI 7176 RRC loophole for barred operators=change yer name slightly
That has been fixed as Ferguson only appears once now….did they satisfy the three and leave one out there?
2) How many operators are barred? One RRC page says 639 and another page says 3,221 are barred:
“Currently, there are 3,221 operators with unsatisfied Enforcement Orders who have, therefore, been denied authority to operate in Texas”.
Here is a cut and paste from the RRC last updated listing from August 2018 of barred operators, https://www.rrc.state.tx.us/oil-gas/compliance-enforcement/enforcement-activities/91114-operators-complete-list/
Web 639 Data – listing all 639 operators
Thank you for the ORR answers.
Kim Feil

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In this video I am testifying in front of the RRC at the Hilton by the Arlington Convention Center. I cite an example of how Cearcy Ferguson Jr was barred from operating, BUT was allowed in three more other times? under similar names!!! MVI 7176 RRC loophole for barred operators=change yer name slightly
That has been fixed as Ferguson only appears once now….did they satisfy the three and leave one out there? Or did the RRC get my message and doctor up the list? I’m sure I have a screen shot of that filed away. I have an Open Records Request on this question.
How many operators are barred? One RRC page says 639 and another page says 3,221 are barred. I have an Open Records Request on this question too.

“Currently, there are 3,221 operators with unsatisfied Enforcement Orders who have, therefore, been denied authority to operate in Texas”. SOoooooo do they go to Oklahoma and work? Jesus, the states should report bad actors and black list them.
Here is a cut and paste from the RRC last updated listing from August 2018 of barred operators, https://www.rrc.state.tx.us/oil-gas/compliance-enforcement/enforcement-activities/91114-operators-complete-list/
Web 639 Data – listing all 639 operators

 
Operator Name Operator No Last P5
“BIG “”B”” OPERATING” 070741 12/31/1990
“CIRCLE “”M”” ENERGY INC.” 153999 5/10/1995
“CONTINENTAL EXPLORATION, INC.””A””” 173648 4/4/1990
“LEE “”C”” PRODUCTION COMPANY INC.” 493946 8/3/1993
“RAINBOW ENERGY, INC. “”A””” 688625 12/9/1986
12 MILE T SWD LLC 953555 2/19/2015
3 $ OIL COMPANY 857550 7/26/1996
3 TEN RESOURCES, INC. 953798 7/29/2016
3-G OPERATING COMPANY 953747 4/6/1993
3-L DRILLING 953728 10/27/1994
4 E OPERATING, INC. 953764 8/24/1998
4 P 953606 6/7/1999
4 RED HORN SERVICES LLC 953594 8/1/2006
4 SWIFT SERVICE LLC 953799 10/20/2014
401 K VACUUM SERVICES 403071 10/9/2012
401 K VACUUM SERVICES, LLC 402985 10/13/2014
49.6 CORP. 955014 1/11/1995
4D ENERGY CO. 953622 1/30/2007
4-N OPERATING LLC 953585 11/30/1998
4-W ENERGY 953697 3/13/1984
5R OIL COMPANY 953761 2/4/2000
6 M OPERATING CO 953769 6/27/2001
A & G PETROLEUM, INC. 000238 8/3/1988
A & H ENERGY, INC. 000240 11/22/1982
A & P OIL & GAS 000480 7/15/2013
A & R RESOURCES 000578 12/17/1997
A C A PRODUCTION COMPANY 000181 5/2/1986
A E G OIL, INC. 000201 3/2/2001
A J A COMPANIES 000351 2/22/2001
A R PRODUCTION 028684 6/9/2000
A&B PIPELINE OF TEXAS, INC. 000694 11/4/1997
A&D OPERATING 000691 8/8/1994
A, B & L OPERATING COMPANY 000710 2/28/1990
A. K. P. OIL CO. 000566 10/20/2015
A. O. & M. EXPLORATION, INC. 000579 7/11/1994
A. W. S. PETROLEUM COMPANY 000675 8/10/1989
A.D.A. OIL CO 000205 5/22/1998
A.J.& M. OIL COMPANY 000253 8/23/2000
A.R.D. 000550 5/19/2010
A-1 DRILLING 000130 1/24/1986
AA DELTA EXPLORATION, INC. 000820 6/28/1990
AAA OIL TRUST 000118 10/4/2010
AAA OPERATING COMPANY INC. 000163 10/2/1987
AARCAL ENERGY, INC. 000845 12/2/2011
AARON MICHAEL ROYALTY CORP. 000856 2/9/1989
ABEL OIL & EXPLORATION INC. 001430 2/24/2012
ABOVE ENERGY, INC. 002945 6/30/1999
ABSOLUTE OIL & GAS COMPANY INC. 003190 2/11/1985
ACC ENERGY COMPANY 003367 2/23/1994
ACCIDIE EXPLORATION AND DEV.,INC 003399 2/26/2002
ACE FIELD SERVICES, INC. 003526 6/29/2012
ACE PRODUCTIONS 003539 9/18/1997
ACIREMA CORPORATION 003577 8/28/2017
ACT OPERATING, INC. 003648 9/24/2008
ACTION ENERGY SERVICES, INC. 003670 4/17/2009
ADAIR RESOURCES INC. 003966 5/5/2014
ADAIR TRANSPORT COMPANY 003973 4/8/2008
ADAMANDT PRODUCTION 003963 8/24/1993
ADAMS OIL CO. 003985 10/14/1994
ADAMS, JOE D., TRUSTEE 005905 3/20/1998
ADD OIL CO. 007846 11/29/1983
ADDISON, LEON 007856 10/1/1985
ADJ COMPANY 007915 12/5/1985
ADKINS PRODUCTION 007920 6/7/2013
ADRIAN OIL COMPANY, INC. 008470 8/7/1991
ADS OPERATING, INC. 000222 11/6/1996
ADVANCED TERTIARY OIL RECVRY INC 008520 12/27/1982
ADVANTAGE OIL & GAS, INC. 008511 4/28/2003
AEGEAN OIL CORP. 008529 1/27/1986
AEGIS FLUIDS MANAGEMENT, LLC 008551 4/14/2016
A-G-B, INC. 000458 10/4/1993
AGCO PETROLEUM COMPANY 008584 7/15/1986
AGOIL, INC. 008725 12/2/1983
AGROIL, INC. 008735 2/25/1997
AIKMAN OIL CORP. 009105 9/24/1997
AIM CONSULTANTS INC. 009130 5/20/1993
AINSWORTH PRODUCTION CO., INC. 009353 1/22/1998
AJ’S PUMP TRUCK SERVICE, INC. 009534 8/4/2014
AK OPERATING CO. 000591 4/16/2001
ALACIA OPERATING COMPANY 009769 3/16/2004
ALADDIN PETROLEUM COMPANY 009775 12/22/1986
ALARON ENERGY, INC. 010450 3/22/2018
ALBANY OIL & MINERALS CORP. 010585 7/13/1982
ALCO OIL & GAS CO. LLC 011204 8/6/2007
ALCOR ENERGY, INC. 011260 3/12/2010
ALDIS OIL 011322 1/30/2017
ALEXANDER – HERRING, INC. 011653 5/23/1984
ALEXANDER LAND & DEV. CO., INC. 011495 4/8/1993
ALHANCO ENERGY CORPORATION 012465 1/6/1988
ALIBATES OPERATORS 012467 3/12/1995
ALLEGIANCE EXPLORATION, LLC 013301 3/21/2013
ALLEGRO OPERATING, INC. 013555 3/27/1998
ALLEN OPERATING COMPANY, THE 013898 6/4/1996
ALLEN PETROLEUM, INC. 013900 2/3/1988
ALLEN TRUSTEE-YEAGER DIST CO INC 014016 4/23/1990
ALLEN, C. D. TRUSTEE 013634 4/24/1986
ALLEN, DENNY OPERATING COMPANY 013645 8/20/1993
ALLEN, J. D. 013800 2/14/1983
ALLEN, J. D. DRILLING CO., INC. 013831 2/14/1983
ALLEN, MABEL F. 013953 1/3/2002
ALLIANCE ENERGY, INC. 014151 5/29/1992
ALLIANCE OIL&GAS PROGRAM#01-1984 014163 8/25/1986
ALLIED PRODUCTION CORP. 014475 12/9/1985
ALLISON/HOBBS INC. 014573 2/16/2012
ALLTEX OPERATING COMPANY 015056 12/7/2017
ALLTEX PETROLEUM 015053 12/1/1997
ALLYDAR OIL AND GAS CO., INC. 015058 4/17/1998
ALMOR PRODUCTION CO. 015067 9/24/1985
ALPHA ENERGY CORP. 015117 4/12/1999
ALPHA VACUUM SERVICE 015119 10/16/1992
ALPINE EXPLORATION CORPORATION 015139 9/29/1987
ALRICH OIL & GAS, INC. 015630 6/11/1990
ALS PRODUCTION CO. 015610 10/30/1997
ALTEX PETROLEUM, INC. 015745 5/10/1993
ALVAREZ & ALVAREZ 016329 6/14/1993
ALWAYS CONSULTING, INC. 016537 8/1/2006
AMARILLO DRILLING COMPANY 016775 9/14/1988
AMBASSADOR OIL COMPANY, LLC 016879 10/27/2010
AMBERTON EXPLORATION COMPANY 016884 6/3/1991
AMERICAN CASCADE ENERGY, INC. 017900 7/29/1997
AMERICAN EAGLE OPERATING LLC 017970 7/2/2014
AMERICAN EAGLE OPERATING, INC. 017967 8/3/2009
AMERICAN EAGLE RESOURCES, INC. 017974 9/21/1993
AMERICAN ENERGY RESOURCES, INC. 018028 11/12/1984
AMERICAN FOSSIL ENERGY, INC. 018014 9/18/1991
AMERICAN FOSSIL ENGY OPER CO,INC 018034 10/20/1993
AMERICAN GENERAL ENGY EXPL CORP 018040 7/19/1991
AMERICAN HYDROCARBON CORPORATION 018240 7/15/1985
AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORP. 018909 7/28/2008
AMERICAN WEST RESOURCES, INC 019739 9/8/2000
AMERI-TEX OPERATING CO., L. C. 017757 5/13/1993
AMERRIL ENERGY LLC 019786 4/12/2016
AMES, ADRIAN 019789 7/1/2010
AMFAC OIL COMPANY 019815 3/4/1988
AMT RESOURCES, INC. 020513 3/31/2000
ANATEXAS OFFSHORE, INC. 020599 7/10/2013
ANCHOR B PRODUCTION, INC. 020598 4/14/1995
ANCIENT SEAS OPERATING CO, LLC 020601 9/14/2005
ANDALUCIA OIL COMPANY 020781 12/15/2011
ANDERSON PETRO-EQUIPMENT, INC. 022548 5/28/2003
ANDERSON, ARNOLD 020845 2/3/1998
ANDERSON, W.E. & J.D. MACKINNON 022998 7/12/1999
ANDRESS, BONNIE 024122 1/1/1970
ANEXCO 025390 7/18/1990
ANGEL LAND CO., INC. 025443 4/1/1997
ANGORA ENTERPRISES 255498 4/2/1996
ANGUISH OPERATING ACCOUNT 025505 1/13/1987
ANICO SIX SIXTY SIX 025514 9/19/1991
ANLOC ENERGY, LLC 025614 2/1/2006
ANN G OPERATING CO. 025615 12/3/1990
ANTHONY, BOB G. INC. 026415 10/4/2000
ANTICOE OIL & DEVELOPMENT CO. 026460 7/2/1987
AP&E CO., INC. 027000 5/20/1996
APACHE EXPLORATION, INC. 027215 10/24/1985
APACHE EXPLORATION, INC. (I) 027226 5/27/1997
APACHE NATURAL GAS, INC. 027229 1/27/1997
API OPERATING CO. 028656 8/17/1999
APPELL PETROLEUM CORPORATION 027800 1/1/1970
ARANSAS DRLG & WORKOVER CO INC 028671 11/30/1998
ARCADIA REFINING CO. 028730 12/13/1989
ARCHANGEL ENERGY CORP. 029273 10/7/1992
ARCHANGEL OIL CO. 029275 1/18/1991
ARENAS PETROLEUM, INC. 029590 4/3/1985
ARGOS MINERALS, INC. 029934 2/1/2001
ARGUS DRILLING, LLC 029975 2/26/2003
ARK ENERGY COMPANY 030368 4/7/1986
ARK ENERGY, INC. 030575 11/29/1982
ARKOSE PETROLEUM INC. 030811 12/7/2012
ARLEAND RESOURCES 030807 8/6/2012
ARLEN CORPORATION 030823 4/21/1993
ARMADILLO ENERGY CORP. 030855 11/12/1990
ARMADILLO OIL & GAS ENTERPRISES 030850 9/6/1991
ARMADILLO OIL COMPANY 030856 7/17/1987
ARMOR GAS, INC. 031280 2/5/1987
ARNCO OIL & GAS, INC. 032598 7/24/1986
ARRIOLA OPERATING & CONSLTG INC. 033181 4/11/2012
ARROWHEAD ENERGY CO. 033500 2/2/1990
ARROYO OIL CO. 033626 10/31/1997
ARTHUR & ARTHUR INC. 033735 7/28/1986
ARXA INTERNATIONAL ENERGY, INC. 033833 7/31/1998
ASHER GROUP L.L.C. 034234 7/30/1998
ASHWORTH ENERGY, INC. 035311 5/31/2000
ASIEL INVESTMENTS 035316 12/8/1999
ASPEN ENERGY, INC. 035449 3/27/1997
ASSOCIATED MINERALS INTEREST 035520 8/7/1990
ASSOCIATED OPERATING & EXPLOR. 035575 6/3/1992
ASSOCIATED SERVICES, INC. 035596 2/7/1992
ASSOCIATES OPERATING, INC. 035599 5/13/1985
ATASCA RESOURCES, INC. 035643 1/12/2009
ATASCOSA PRODUCTION COMPANY, INC 035640 1/8/1993
ATERRA EXPLORATION, LLC 036043 8/18/2014
ATF PETROLEUM INC. 036045 2/3/1994
ATHENA ENERGY, INC. 036051 10/3/2013
ATHENS/ALPHA GAS CORPORATION 036046 1/29/1998
ATKINS OIL L.C. 036061 3/20/2006
ATKINSON, CLIFFORD III 036073 1/29/1996
ATKINSON, JIM 036080 11/9/2016
ATKINSON, L. G., LLC 036083 4/23/2001
ATLANTIC & GULF-WESTERN PET CORP 036548 6/12/1989
ATLAS ENERGY CORPORATION (DEL.) 036574 3/29/1995
ATLAS FUEL SUPPLY, LTD. 036582 11/9/2017
ATURA INTERNATIONAL, INC. 036623 4/13/1987
ATWA ENERGY CO. 036625 2/15/1996
ATWELL TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. 036634 3/8/2018
ATWELL, DONALD R. 036633 12/14/1989
ATX OPERATING COMPANY, INC. 036741 9/20/2016
AU-NA OIL & GAS 036746 2/27/1995
AUSCO TEXAS EXPLORATION, LLC 036933 10/7/2014
AUSTEX MANAGEMENT, INC. 037047 7/28/1989
AUSTEX PETROLEUM CORP. 037095 10/25/1995
AUSTIN OIL & MINERAL 037205 1/31/1992
AUSTIN OPERATING, LLC. 037252 10/8/1998
AUSTIN ROYAL CORPORATION 037323 4/21/1988
AUSTIN, H. E. 037115 1/26/1988
AUTOMATED OIL PRODUCTION, INC. 037750 12/17/1992
AUTX PETROLEUM, LLC 037873 8/26/1997
AXTEL ENERGY, INC. 039461 1/23/1997
AXXIS GROUP LLC 039496 9/8/2010
AZTEC EXPLORATION, INC. 039673 2/20/1990
B & B ENERGY 039763 3/22/2011
B & B ENERGY (I) 039783 5/17/2000
B & B ENTERPRISES 039777 12/10/2009
B & B OIL, INC. 039791 9/16/2010
B & B OPERATING, L.P. 039809 3/18/2015
B & C TEXAS OIL PROPERTIES 040171 12/29/1981
B & D PRODUCTION 040225 8/29/1994
B & G ENERGY CORPORATION 040403 10/29/2009
B & H GAS, INC. 040565 2/22/1996
B & L OPERATING CO. 040718 12/14/1994
B & M OIL FIELD SERVICES 040780 12/30/1999
B & M OPERATING CO., INC. 040753 1/9/1996
B & P MINERALS CO. 040795 12/16/1988
B & R OILFIELD SERVICE CO. 041157 4/4/1991
B & S OIL AND GAS 041534 11/19/1986
B C & D OIL & GAS CORP. 040136 12/15/2000
B D & W PETROLEUM CO INC. 040183 1/1/1970
B H M OPERATING CO. 040791 9/15/1992
B&B ACEITE, INC 039784 10/21/1993
B&J OIL AND GAS 040606 9/29/1998
B. & M. FAMILY OIL COMPANY 040756 1/29/1999
B. & R. DISPOSAL, INC. 041038 1/11/2002
B. C. VENTURES, INC. 040211 11/27/1996
B. W. OIL & GAS, INC. 042179 7/6/2000
B.E.G. PRODUCTION 040396 1/27/2015
B.I. OPERATING 040779 3/6/1991
B.S.&B. OIL & GAS, INC. 041858 2/13/1992
BABER, BILL M. 042263 4/2/1998
BACK, R. D. 042360 9/26/1995
BAENSCH OIL COMPANY 042444 4/24/1991
BAGLEY, ROY 042685 6/24/2009
BAILEY ENTERPRISES 042973 1/11/1991
BAILEY OPERATING COMPANY 043770 6/24/1982
BAILEY, D. E. PRODUCTION CO. 043200 8/27/1991
BAILEYS ENERGY, LLC 044256 5/16/2014
BAKER, J. D. 045803 8/26/1992
BALD OPERATING & EXPLORATION 047220 12/20/1984
BALDWIN & KLEIN CORP. 047550 9/2/1998
BALGOA, INC. 048153 11/7/1988
BALLARD, WAYNE 047625 4/20/1988
BALLIEW & DANIEL 048159 2/2/1989
BALLIEW, ROSS 048156 11/24/1987
BANDERA OIL & GAS INC 048366 8/24/1995
BANGS OILFIELD SUPPLY, INC. 048385 7/11/1991
BANLEHAM, INC. 048531 1/1/1970
BANTAM OIL & GAS 048552 10/27/1992
BANYAN OPERATING, LLC 048732 1/28/2016
BAR 5-H, INC. 048562 4/14/2010
BAR M OPERATING 049749 5/6/1991
BAR-BELL, INC. 049772 8/15/1995
BARBER WELL SERVICE 049154 9/18/2000
BARBER, DAN L. 049136 12/11/1986
BARBER, JAMES OPERATING 049152 10/28/1988
BAR-CAL OIL & GAS, INC. 049771 2/17/1988
BARCO INDUSTRIES, INC. 049168 6/25/1986
BARCO OIL & GAS CO. 049170 2/20/1992
BARDEN/BASS O & G EXPL. CO. INC. 049171 3/5/2001
BARRIER RESOURCES,L.L.C. 053224 8/12/1999
BARRINGTON, SAM M. 053255 11/12/1997
BARROW, WILLIAM R. INTERESTS 053327 3/6/1991
BASAL CORPORATION 053975 7/9/2013
BASIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 054386 8/17/1993
BASIN WAX COMPANY 054610 11/5/1985
BASS AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORP. 054689 6/22/1998
BASTROP OIL & GAS, INC. 055145 9/28/1995
BATEMAN, THOMAS G. 055500 12/9/1987
BAUER, GERALD LOGGING CO. 056485 1/20/1988
BAY DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC 057817 5/6/2016
BAY PRODUCTION INC. 057830 6/7/1991
BAYPORT EXPLORATION, INC. 058862 10/27/1989
BAYPORT OPERATING, INC. 058861 10/26/1990
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WESTX OPERATING COMPANY 913150 5/15/1991
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Got Kidney Disease? 2015 Federal Register incorrectly says Fluoride is safe to consume when report says INconclusive to be harmful in CKD

So if you can’t find harm, cause a study is flawed or lack of studies thereof, then it’s safe?

In trying to see what supporting “Fluoride is safe to drink science” from the 2015 Federal Register …they reference “Ludlow 2007”,

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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: BGooch@cdc.gov <BGooch@cdc.gov>
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2019, 11:04:02 AM CDT
Subject: Misleading statement on Fluoride’s role on CKD
“A review did not find evidence that consuming drinking water with fluoride at the level used in community water fluoridation presents health risks for people with chronic kidney disease (Ludlow, et al., 2007)”.
Ludlow M, Luxton G, Mathew T. Effects of fluoridation of community water supplies for people with chronic kidney disease. Nephrol Dial Transplant 2007; 22:2763-2767.
has an actual conclusion being INCONCLUSIVE ...“The poor evidence quality and deficient methodological rigour of the identified studies means that no definitive conclusions regarding the association between consumption of optimally fluoridated community water and CKD can be made”.
Please comment on this misleading statement.
Kim Feil
fluoride endocrine fed register missstatement

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Ludlow, et al., 2007

https://academic.oup.com/ndt/article/22/10/2763/1833116

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Arlington Revising GW Ordinance as More Stringent is a Lip Mover

UPDATE May 2019
On May 22, 2019 the second reading being placed on the consent agenda was passed without incident to the second part changes to our Gas Well Ordinance. I have an earlier blog from 2016 asking for ordinance changes relating to air quality, and during the public comment I asked about them making changes related to protecting our air quality.   In response, they asked TCEQ & RRC to give a presentation at the day session (glad I found out in time to attend, but I could not ask any questions being a closed work session in the day). I handed a note to the police that keep the public away from council but the jerk would not pass it on and Wilemon knew I had a note, but would not get up and grab it…good riddance to her (she got booted out after 16 years due to term limits)!!
During Citizen Participation I read the email I sent them just after the day session…..
But I also added a memory they’d like to forget when the Compressor Station at Lake Arlington FAILED on Formaldehyde readings….https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/formaldehyde-just-wont-go-away-in-barnett-shale-hell/.
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Gincy Thoppil <gincy.thoppil@arlingtontx.gov>; Alisha Stallard <alisha.stallard@tceq.texas.gov>; Jessica Youngblood <jessica.youngblood@arlingtontx.gov>; Jaret Wessel <jaret.wessel@tceq.texas.gov>; Don Crowson <don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov>; Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Marvin Sutton <mabranic@sbcglobal.net>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; matt.baker@tceq.texas.gov <matt.baker@tceq.texas.gov>; Bud Weinstein <bweinstein@mail.cox.smu.edu>; Chris Kite <chris.kite@tceq.texas.gov>; richard.chism@tceq.texas.gov <richard.chism@tceq.texas.gov>; eolaguer@harc.edu <eolaguer@harc.edu>; eolaguer@harcresearch.org <eolaguer@harcresearch.org>; pgallagher@harcresearch.org <pgallagher@harcresearch.org>; mmorris@nctcog.org <mmorris@nctcog.org>; Jenny Narvaez <jnarvaez@nctcog.org>; Chris Klaus <cklaus@nctcog.org>
Cc: TXsharon <sharson@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2019, 12:54:50 PM CDT
Subject: Formaldehyde testing Arlington 30K lbs/yr estimated
Last night during Citizen Participation at the Arlington City Council meeting, I spoke of HARC environmental tester saying Formaldehyde is a problem with natural gas production and I brought back up when the Lake Arlington Compressor Station had their air test fails (see attached picture)
Back in 2011 I emailed Richard Chism asking for the Mobile Air Monitoring Van to be deployed here from Austin and never got a response. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2011/09/24/formaldehyde-needs-further-testing-says-experts-how-you-can-help/
I imagine by now the technology has changed and the van is obsolete, I hope the TEXAS taxpayers got their money’s worth thou I doubt it.
WHO CAN get the state to use their latest and greatest technology to test for Formaldehyde in Arlington? Or maybe   W E the gas rich City can, or maybe cash from NCTCOG can employ HARC environmental testers out of Houston?
I only see my blog entries becoming more valuable over time…as I grow my social media…more people are learning about what our council has done to risk its citizens by allowing urban drilling without any real health or environmental impact review.
Kim
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To: Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Gincy Thoppil <gincy.thoppil@arlingtontx.gov>; Alisha Stallard <alisha.stallard@tceq.texas.gov>; Jessica Youngblood <jessica.youngblood@arlingtontx.gov>; Jaret Wessel <jaret.wessel@tceq.texas.gov>; Don Crowson <don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov>; Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Marvin Sutton <mabranic@sbcglobal.net>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; matt.baker@tceq.texas.gov <matt.baker@tceq.texas.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 6:25:34 PM CDT
Subject: A few takeaways on TCEQ & RRC presentations OVERALL F A I L here why….
Your dog & pony show at today’s City Council work session was apparent that you did not want to ask the really hard questions of your guest speakers from the RRC & TCEQ ….like how the oil & gas industry is federally exempt from the new OSHA silica standards to a later date and how they aim to protect us in the interim.
You did not solicit citizen questions in advance or allow me to have that police officer to hand one of you a question that you could have asked them. I wanted Wilemon to ask what device monitors FORMALDEHYDE. I know it is not the suma canister because I was told it is too corrosive to the canister. I was told a long time ago that knowing the Formaldehyde levels lies in having the air mobile monitoring van from Austin be dispatched. I was able to ask Jaret Wessel after the day session in the elevator if he would on our behalf request monitoring here in Arlington because years ago when I asked I was denied (I think it was I think Matt Baker-by phone-who was my contact when I first met him showcasing the van at a NCTCOG open house). I also had an email action back in 2011 for this as well. I mentioned to Wessel about my nosebleeds coinciding with the installation of the Truman padsite lift compressors and how I had to have a medical procedure to stop the nosebleeds. Gincy was in such a hurry to their next meeting and relieve him of a commitment to address my request, that I informed her of my expectations for her to follow up on my request.
Here is another Arlington citizen at a frownhall meeting complaining about nosebleeds, Eight Grade Arlington TX gal testifys on Frackquakes & her nosebleeds.
I am glad you took the steps to have them make their useless to us presentations….hard questions could have been how many nuisance violations have they gotten in urban drilling so far?
It was good your “who tests the groundwater before and after” question revealed how they don’t …they only find the water table depth to know how far to run the stainless steel casing (which last time I read was only 200 ft past the water table).
When you asked how long before they respond to a complaint or emission event and what if the event has passed by the time they arrive to test, well to remedy that big loophole, you should mandate 24 hour air monitoring by the operators.
Had you asked me I would have had you ask them if there was any truth to the rumor…A reporter for the Shorthorn told me in secrecy that he was working a story not too long ago about tariffs on stainless steel and how that some drillers might not be able to procure that certain grade of expensive steel for those blow out preventers that only come from (Japan?) one part of the world. To my knowledge the story was not released.
I am glad Capehart got her answer that a FLIR is a brand of an optical gas imaging camera and if it is good enough for the state to use, then it should be good enough for our inspectors and gas well response team, so lets budget for it next year finally?
We should also ask them about class I verses class II injection wells and how the handling of the waste throughout Arlington has exemptions from the more stringent truck manifest protections such as knowing how much left our individual padsites and if any spilled or was dumped along the way….these are things I have email you about over the years, yet no questions on the truck manifest loophole.
You guys brought this industry into our town and then you hide behind HB40 and allow these exemptions that risk public health etc…..you need to invoke HOMERULE LAWS to protect us and fight it out in court.
Kim
UPDATE 3/26/2019 ! So during the day session today Councilwoman Capehart summarized the effectiveness of her meeting last night…now if you saw the videos I posted on my blog as mentioned in the below comment, I kind of disagree. Then when the mayor was talking about Dr Epstein and her position on safety of gas wells in urban Drilling, the broadcast went silent.https://youtu.be/Dctzu5kaQHk
UPDATE 3/26/2019
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Cc: Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 11:54:18 AM CDT
Subject: Last nights 5.th gas well FrownHall, resident 200 ft UTA padsite said he smelled Benzene during drilling
In case you missed last nights 5th official Frown Hall meeting on super-majority needed vote to allow gas wells closer than 600 feet, Arlington TX Show of Hand Fracking Setback Vote.
Below is some other footage on other gas well related concerns as well as my official citizen request for Industrial Hygiene efforts & equipment needed to test our airshed for longterm, chronic, exposures to hydrocarbons.
Additionally, Capehart was made aware (as the two other council people also present at the meeting last night) of the OSHA 2016 silica standard and how the oil & gas industry is exempt until June of 2021. I have and am asking for local silica rules to be added to our ordinance to protect us and the workers in the interim.
Here is a video on how the City hides behind regulators and regulations (like HB40, a ban on fracking bans), Arlington Texas frown Hall example of Railroad Commission failure.
Here is a video on how the City is NOT trying to repeal HB40, Citizen Asks what Arlington is pushing 4 gas well related local control this legislative session.
Following this citizen”s comments in not protecting us in allowing urban drilling without the City doing localized air testing, Not Accepting None-Answer on Why We Don”t Air Test in Arlington TX Urban Drilling,
Capehart interrupted another citizen challenging Capehart’s statement about why infrared cameras give false readings. Instead Capehart asked Chief Crowson to come speak to the matter, but Crowson only addressed ER response readiness and agreed Industrial Hygiene (IH) is NOT under his authority. So now that we know we have a gap in our aesthetic-only inspections, lets have our inspectors do quarterly air monitoring. Hire an (IH) consultant and lets get started using the ATF funds for equipment for public long-term exposure airshed testing protections thank-you!  ….Arlington Gasland TX Fire Chief Crowson Industrial Hygiene not their job to test the airshed
Below are the air related environmental bills filed this session. We need ARLINGTON  leadership to add language for the 10 ton/25 tpy rule to include “aggregate” emissions (in total all the drilling related to oil & gas) since many different operators are in close proximity to each other.  The current rule is allowed by EACH ownership and NOT by aggregate emissions in a proximity which amounts to for example a 20 ton/50 tpy rule per proximity….we need the URBAN DRILLING industry to be responsible for AGGREGATE emissions in the rule, “10 tons per year of a single air toxic, or less than 25 tons per year of a combination of air toxics”.
Click for options HB 4599 Author: Blanco
Last Action: 03/08/2019 H Filed
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to the establishment and implementation by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality of a program to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases in this state; authorizing a fee.
Click for options HB 4600 Author: Wilson
Last Action: 03/08/2019 H Filed
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to requirements for certain air quality permit applications for aggregate productions located in the jurisdiction of a municipality.
Click for options SB 185 Author: Miles
Last Action: 02/01/2019 S Referred to Natural Resources & Economic Development
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to the response to certain oil or gas well accidents by state agencies and responsible parties.
Click for options HB 4409 Author: Wilson
Last Action: 03/08/2019 H Filed
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to monitoring emissions of air contaminants from certain mining-related facilities; imposing of a fee.
HB 522 Author: Allen | et al.
Last Action: 02/20/2019 H Referred to Environmental Regulation: Feb 20 2019 12:02PM
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to the consideration of the cumulative effects of air contaminant emissions in the emissions permitting process.
 HB 3034 Author: Zwiener
Last Action: 03/13/2019 H Referred to Environmental Regulation: Mar 13 2019 12:36PM
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to the requirements for aggregate production operation air permits.
 HB 4409 Author: Wilson
Last Action: 03/08/2019 H Filed
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to monitoring emissions of air contaminants from certain mining-related facilities; imposing of a fee.
Click for options SB 1380 Author: Rodríguez
Last Action: 03/14/2019 S Referred to Natural Resources & Economic Development
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to the analysis of inspection and maintenance requirements for air quality permits issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for certain oil and gas facilities.
SB 2233 Author: Buckingham
Last Action: 03/21/2019 S Referred to Natural Resources & Economic Development
Caption Version: Introduced
Caption: Relating to monitoring emissions of air contaminants from certain mining-related facilities; imposing of a fee.

Area Sources of Urban Air Toxics

Area sources are smaller stationary sources of air pollution that emit less than 10 tons per year of a single air toxic, or less than 25 tons per year of a combination of air toxics. Through the Integrated Urban Air Toxics Strategy, and multiple separate listings, the EPA identified 68 area source categories that represent 90 percent of the combined emissions of the 30 urban air toxics.

List of 68 Area Sources of Urban Air Toxics
Acrylic Fibers/Modacrylic Fibers Production Iron and Steel Forging
Agricultural Chemicals and Pesticides Manufacturing Iron Foundries
Aluminum Foundries Lead Acid Battery Manufacturing
Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing Medical Waste Incinerators
Autobody Refinishing Paint Shops Mercury Cell Chlor-Alkali Plants
Carbon Black Production Miscellaneous Organic NESHAP
Chemical Manufacturing: Chromium Compounds Municipal Landfills
Chemical Preparations Municipal Waste Combustors (MWC)
Chromic Acid Anodizing Nonferrous Foundries
Clay Products Manufacturing (Clay Ceramics Manufacturing) Oil and Natural Gas Production
Commercial Sterilization Facilities Paint Strippers
Copper Foundries Paints and Allied Products Manufacturing
Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Production Pharmaceutical Production
Decorative Chromium Electroplating Plastic Materials and Resins Manufacturing
Dry Cleaning Facilities Plastic Parts and Products (Surface Coating)
Electrical and Electronic Equipment – Finish Operations Plating and Polishing
Fabricated Metal Products Polyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production
Fabricated Plate Work Portland Cement
Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing Prepared Feeds Materials
Ferroalloys Production: Ferromanganese & Silicomanganese Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware Manufacturing
Flexible Polyurethane Foam Fabrication Operations Primary Copper (not subject to MACT)
Flexible Polyurethane Foam Production Primary Metal Products Manufacturing
Gas Distribution Stage 1 Primary Nonferrous Metals (Zn, Cd and Be)
Halogenated Solvent Cleaners Public Owned Treatment Works
Hard Chromium Electroplating Secondary Copper Smelting
Hazardous Waste Incineration Secondary Lead Smelting
Heating Equipment, Except Electric Secondary Nonferrous Metals
Hospital Sterilizers Sewage Sludge Incineration
Industrial Boilers Fired by Coal, Wood and Oil Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Manufacturing Electric Arc Furnace
Industrial Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Stationary Internal Combustion Engines
Industrial Machinery and Equipment – Finish Operations Steel Foundries
Industrial Organic Chemical Manufacturing Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing
Inorganic Pigments Manufacturing Valves and Pipe Fittings
Institutional/Commercial Boilers Fired by Coal, Wood and Oil Wood Preserving
Kim Feil https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property. To op-out from blind copied emails, hit the reply button and request on the subject line or in the subject text. Feedback is encouraged.
UPDATE 2/120/19 On the gas well ordinance changes, the most impactful item (requiring a super majority and doing away with paid signatures within the 600 ft buffer) that would have made it harder to expand certain drill sites already imposing on the 600 ft setback is postponed as the industry is pushing back. In fact they had a rep with an oil and gas association say they changed their mind about existing changes that were voted in last night. The one thing they didn’t like was how our Planning Development Director could make the call if an electric rig is mandatory. There are issues the driller has of either access to electric power or electric rig availability.
And all the other language passed with one Shepard abstain (if I recall correctly) regarding being more stringent about noise, and road dust, more inclusive notifications to the neighbors (from 600 feet to 1,320 feet) about active padsite times, moving from 6 month no-drill-re-apply-for-permit to giving them two years to drill before having to re-apply for permit, but after that first year, they need to provide that more inclusive notifications.
The one thing they should have loved is how after the zone and the first well is approved (drill zone and first well must occur concurrently) the rest of the wells that could fit on that drill zone will be administratively approved so no more input from us little citizen noise makers.
Within one year if they get two citations, they is some council oversight on future wells on that zone instead of admin approval.
I read to them my 10 item for safer drilling and told them as a Home Rule city, we can be more protective than the state and federal government and that the rules for drilling were concocted when it was not in urban areas and how we should be the leader setting best practices for public health protections instead of letting the operators tell us what is standard operating equipment and pollution mitigation.
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To: Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Jim Parajon <jim.parajon@arlingtontx.gov>; Jessica Youngblood <jessica.youngblood@arlingtontx.gov>; Jason M. Allen <jmallen@cbs.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 10:33:13 AM CST
Subject: GW Ordinance Existing Section 7.01 #6 & #15 are in place for Home Rule protections but…….
Currently our GW ordinance, Section 7.01, has these two provisions:
6. “All drilling and production operations shall be conducted in such a manner as to minimize, so far as practicable, dust, vibration, or noxious odors, and shall be in accordance with the best accepted practices incident to drilling for the production of gas and other hydrocarbon substances in urban areas.” .…”Proven technological improvements in industry standards of drilling and production in this area shall be adopted as they become available if capable of reducing factors of dust, vibration and odor”. 

Since we are the Urban Drilling guinea pigs, we are to set the Home Rule protective measures so other towns and other operators know what the accepted practices should be.

15. “No person shall allow, cause or permit gases to be vented into the atmosphere or to be burned by open flame except as … permitted by law, then such vent or open flame shall not be located closer than three hundred (300) feet…” 
Home Rule added protections are needed to protect those outside of 300 feet as the wind and weather conditions dictate where and how much of the fallout is endured by unsuspecting, innocent Arlington citizens.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 8:28:23 AM CST
Subject: my Top Ten Safer Drilling list was published in Tarrant Chronicle please add to your gas well ordinance changes
FYI see below I updated for the air quality item #1 (f)
Tonight I will bore you reading this list, so here is a heads up, thank you for considering adding these items since Home Rule allows you to be more protective of public health than the state and federal government…remember the rules for drilling were in place when they were NOT in the city limits, so it is up to you to protect us, thank you.
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To: Birdscopies Info <info@birdscopies.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 8:01:16 AM CST
Subject: One copy email text
(this text was updated to include the whole list on my sidebar)

1.

1. ELECTRIC mandate:
a. Mandate electric drilling rigs.

b. Mandate electric frac pumps Evolution Well Services – Innovation Not Imitation.

c. Do not use diesel or NG fired lift compressors that use dirty field gas, rather use electric submersible pumps,Wellbore Compressor, Natural Gas Recovery, Artificial Lift, Well Head, Electric Submersible Pumps, ESPs, Plunger Lift, Sucker Rod Pumps, Gas Lift Systems, Hydraulic Pumping Systems, Progressive Cavity Pumps, Oil Recovery, Convert Natural Gas, Liquefi

d. Mandate electric compressor stations, but have back up power in the event of electric outages. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2015/02/28/april-11-2011-two-padsites-spewed-on-arlington-residents/

e. Replace gas-assisted glycol pumps with electric pumps.https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-06/documents/ll_glycol_pumps3.pdf
2. Video tape ALL cement casing pours when the cement comes back up to the top through the annulus so that there is proof of an even pour and ensure all wells have electric bond log tests.  Wireline Electric Logs tell an important geological story…to file or not to file that is the Q!
3. All drilling mud farming and brine “road spraying” should have application sites’ soil & groundwater tested for toxins and NORM. Transition Lancaster Visits PA Gasland

4. During fracking where the radioactive silica dust is flying around, we need the industry to contain the dust to OSHA 2016 standards at 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air averaged during an 8-hour shift. Currently, the oil & gas industry is getting preferential treatment to not have to be in compliance until June 23 2021. There is no entity looking out for the residential silica exposures, only worker exposures. Here is a video of what the silica exposures during fracking look like at our Bruder drill site,  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWw8U40Q4Sk

4. Ban the use of Hydrofluoric and Hydrochloric Acid for less caustic treatments such as chelates. https://chelates.nouryon.com/siteassets/Brochure-dissolvine-stimwell.pdf

5. Mandate flowback tanks that have vent lines that can be connected to vapor recovery/capture systems or combustion devices (gas-busters) Frac Tanks & More from DHI Energy Servicetanks. Here is a video of what happens in our backyards in Arlington….. Flow Back in North Texas.

6. Blowdowns of compressors whose excess goes to the storage tanks should have Vapor Recovery Systems rather than venting. Here is a Lake Arlington tank battery emitting VOC’s 24/7….Lake Arlington Natural Gas Waste Storage Tanks Infrared camera reveals toxins constantly spewing

7. The pipeline should be in place FIRST before fracking, and the operator should have no DELAY for flowback should occur immediately after fracking so that injected water/chemicals don’t sit in the ground for months festering bacterial sulfide growth to sour/damage the well and sicken people…..https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/slammed-with-sudden-nausea-from-flowback-odors-business-womans-blood-pressure-soars-after-vomiting
8. The setback away from people should be substantial. Rural method drilling is not acceptable in urban areas. An environmental tester who has a Phd said that the health effects are being seen downwind from about 1,800 – 2,500 feet. 
9. Equip local GW inspectors who need to test for methane leaks with FLIR cameras. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=flir
10. Use phage therapies instead of dangerous gluteraldehydes to control festering bacteria and offensive odors.  https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2016/02/16/dont-bank-on-phage-fixn-well-souring/
11) Use closed mud containers. 
12) Have aerial water spray mist for flying frack sand. But don’t let the toxic water go into environment.
13) No diesel truck idling
14) Need 24 hour hotline to TCEQ and City Gas Well Inspectors. Our city website’s online status report is too vague. (ex. currently it can say “workover” and no real information of what that entails. Breathers do not need to be downwind to pre-production and maintenance activities. They need to know that they are risking their health. It’s time for the truth.
15) Equip First Responders with sensitive BTEX detection equipment. (I know of four auto shut in failures so far they were exposed to rouge wells) https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2011/08/02/tceqs-first-glance-equipment-is-not-sensitive-enough-to-detect-long-term-benzene-effect-screening-levels-at-1-4ppb/
16) Simulate neighborhood evacuation plan and robo calling run through. Train an appointed person to push red button in an emergency when the AFD cannot do it if they are in a mass ER event. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/arlington-neighborhood-citizen-designated-red-button-pushers-needed-in-emergencies/
17) Flood waters on pad sites should be lab tested for Drilling Mud, Frack Chemicals, Produced Water and Maintenance Chemicals before being released. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=flooded
19) Baseline Air, Soil, and Surface Water testing should be required with post production re-testing to make comparison analysis. The LABC spill did not test for NORM and we had no baseline. https://barnettshalehell.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/labc-water-tests.pdf
20) Nitro Lifts or any other well maintenance should NOT be allowed to vent via an open well or it’s chemical treatments to the atmosphere…which includes sending to storage tanks with thief hatches that vent. See 1,140 ppm TVA reading near my son’s junior high school, https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/viagra-for-the-eagleford-shale-already/
21) Use blow out preventer between the drill and the frack stage in case flooding occurs.
22) Use tighter truck manifests that make them account for the TENORM waste water amounts leaving Arlington and have those amounts match up to their injection well destination. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=tenorm
24). Replace high pneumatics with low to no bleed pneumatics.https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2017-09/documents/2-devices_colorado2004.pdf
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Here are two January 28 2019, work session videos on air quality show a miserable FAIL while our council goes through the motions of trying to make changes to our Gas Well Ordinance as more stringent….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE19iFvg2JE 
These changes were prompted by a Youtube video gone viral back in 2018, in Councilwoman Capehart’s district called Fracking Accident.
Following that accident was some very upset citizens at a subsequent FROWN-HALL meeting.
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Jim Parajon <jim.parajon@arlingtontx.gov>; Jessica Youngblood <jessica.youngblood@arlingtontx.gov>; Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Don Crowson <don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov>; Gincy Thoppil <gincy.thoppil@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 9:20:06 AM CST
Subject: 3 reasons to do away w/ 70% waiver support/Changes to our Gas Well ordinance
I am in support of doing away with the extortion-like influence of how the drilling operators can pay for a person’s signature inside of the 600 ft buffer for three reasons that should help you move forward with eliminating waver exception counts to get to 70%.
1) Most live out of town and do not get to breathe the emissions
2) For the Truman site, one owner had three small parcels inside the 600 ft buffer and got three votes AND lived out of town
3) If you are serious about not allowing remaining build out, you will deny ALL new drill-zone permits effectively defacto banning (but still be in HB40 compliance). Otherwise, you can take more time and pursue my suggested air quality related HOME RULE regulations (listed below) that you can impose to be more protective than the state/TCEQ and federal government.
I am also in favor of the work-over notification and hope this video exchange between Jim Parajon will serve as a reminder that i never had the choice to check the winds and check my family into a hotel away from harm……https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6cSg0Fi0jk
There is a home 300ft away at the Truman drillsite in our Entertainment District….I shudder to think Total will care about our City as a tourist destination and any evacuation nightmares should we get another Fannin Farm (business as usual) event during any stadium events.
Thank you in advance for your attempt at protective measures (except for the deferring air quality issues to the TCEQ which is a cop out)….the blood money I admit has been put to a noble use for Texas LIVE…I just hope we won’t need it to plug and abandon any City wells in the future as third and fourth tier operators become the norm.
I recall City officials admitting this money coming in would not be long term….the time is now to get off the Texas teet of Urban Drilling…cancer sux and this is not a family friendly industry I am tired of promoting you recklessly bought into…
Kim Feil https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property.
On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 9:07:18 AM CST, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

We do not mandate that the operators flow back into pressurized, closed containers that they haul off to the injection wells later after it’s finished venting into the neighborhoods. Currently we flow back into open hatch containers that the TCEQ admits cannot be closed (without being pressurized) because it could become an explosive environment with the fluids being under pressure which means they have vocs in them.

We do not mandate continuous air testing during the various pre-production or post production stages.
We should require the Operators to do continuous air monitoring using a non-biased contracted third party company during the different phases of getting the wells into production to include radiation detection devices during fracking to see what’s coming up mixing with the flying around silica dust.
Then we should also mandate that they air test after the wells are in production and during the gas lift compressor blowdown maintenance where they release the contents of the piping into the atmosphere that which they cannot blow down past the 200 PSI when they direct the contents of the piping to the storage tanks where the thief hatches continually vent VOCs into the atmosphere 24/7.
We do not have closed loop systems in Urban Drilling, we allow venting in our neighborhoods, near our schools, churches, and businesses.
Now is the time to put real teeth and our gas drilling ordinance as far as air quality concerns are.
I would like to be able to see the results of the air monitoring online in real time.
We should also mandate a stricter truck manifest so that when they truck off the contents of the storage tanks daily to the injection Wells that the amount match up so that there are no spills along the way that we will never know about.
Additionally we should mandate no mud farming in the city limits. We do not want the waste fluid spread on adjacent land with the permission of the property owner which currently the Railroad Commission allows because when that wastewater drys in the hot Texas Sun our windy conditions risk NORM that can blow around in the dirt and dust and get in our air shed.
Thank you
Sincerely,
The City of Arlington’s worksession on Tues, 11/13/18 had talk of becoming more stringent in their gas well drilling ordinance.
In the end they probably still won’t get their inspectors or AFD a FLIR camera to see what’s leaking. They still want to leave the air quality complaints to TCEQ purvue.
The email below doesn’t even address other issues I’ve uncovered over the years such as the risk of radioactive mud farming, flowing back in open top containers, not flowing back immediately and letting the flowback sour, to name a few.
Leaving TCEQ n charge of air quality is the biggest copout and I am so glad term limits are headed their way even though they are already trying to undo the Nov 6 vote!
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Jim Parajon <jim.parajon@arlingtontx.gov>; Jessica Youngblood <jessica.youngblood@arlingtontx.gov>; Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Don Crowson <don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 10:26 AM
Subject: Points to make and requsts to let Dr. Cynthia Simmons spearhead the changes to our Gas Well ordinance
During the day session you took each component of what (surface wise) our town as a Home Rule City can regulate on the gas well ordinance to become more stringent. This in the wake of HB40 cracking down on setback defacto bans and citizen lead petitions oj fracking bans.
Setbacks:
I disagree when Mayor Williams called the citizen notification from 600 ft to quarter mile “significant” (now that the STR’s will be too)…how disingenious to compare the two ordinances when the STR issues relate to mere nuisance and the GW ordinance is of both nuisance AND PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERNS in living near industrial processes.
Willams does not understand or pretends that this “public notifiacation” will make a difference when our current GW ordinance allows an exception to the 600 ft setback via a 70% (paid off) landowner(s) approval (to be closer than 600 ft down to at the most 300 ft setback). I have seen Councilman Shepard quiz speakers to see if they reside within the City AND the 600 foot setback.
Tuesday after the day worksession, I thanked Councilwoman Capehart for suggesting we do away with the 70% and have ALL setback exception requests undergo a supermajority council vote. I reminded her that within a 70% landowner search (as I found with the Truman site) that one landowner can own many parcels which count as separate votes too which adds to the voting disparity. There is nothing in our ordinance that give renters a vote that live in that buffer. Generally these land owners can also be out of town owners getting to decide to be closer than 600 feet when they won’t share that added risk.
All of this political posturing I witnessed Tuesday has the appearance of public health and nuisance concerns at heart. Now lets see some action.
Air Quality
I have spoken over the years on almost all drilling agenda items because I myself am downwind to additional pollutants stemming from our industrialization of our good town. Here are the rebuttals from the day session I want to post to you and on my blog and the driving force in having you ask Dr Simmons to take on this public health responsibility in the GW ordinance changes.
It is a cop out to continue to allow TCEQ to respond to air quality complaints as they have 24 hours to come out and take an air sample and then we wait 6 weeks for the results…..which by that time the emission event is usually gone, and their suma canister sampling BTEX related of 50 constituent misses some pollutants such as formaldehyde, The air testing needs to be continuous as TexWells just called for in a recent Dallas News editorial calling for what I am asking YOU to add to your ordinance (I boldfaced for emphasis) ….”One prospective policy reform is to adopt the 1,000 feet distance while requiring operators to conduct continual air quality monitoring, with the data available to all concerned parties”.
 
There is recognition that the TCEQ suma snapshot is a pic in time that is dependant on the meterological conditions and the timing of grabbing the sample DURING the offensive odors as they are occurring. I have asked Sargent Crowsen to at least keep a suma on hand…maybe Jessica’s team can arrange this with TCEQ?
Our state nuisance laws encompass duration as a consideration. Some the active phases of drilling/fracking/drilling out the plugs..etc. are intermittent which makes nuisance offenses hard to pin down (the Truman Downtown Entertainment Odor Event of January 2013 that I sued Chesapeake in small claims court wher in pretrial the only evidence allowed was an email proving they lied to the City and the state about the location and source of the odor. Of note I could not get the 2013 Truman Emission Event TCEQ inspector’s field notes that died with him on a Houston hwy accident.
The (appointed, retired) judge threw out my case because I had no engineer report and had no doctors report confirming odors entering my home and cause eye burn and my mother-in-law to have malaise of which others also had health issues too when I Interviewed them. So we need a better criteria to find nuisance offenses in our GW ordinance.
 
Noise
As I wrote in the Facebook Arlington Texas Talk UNcensored… “they (you) only bothered to say what decibles above the ambient noise they could decrease by… (currently they (you) try to regulate any exceedances 5 db above ambient in the day and 3 db above ambient at night)……they (you) did not address the harmful low frequency harm that, Jane Lynn reminded me of…please check out this 2014 Ft Worth Weekly fracking related article out…. .Compressing Agony
So please find with this email our official request to add to our GW ordinance to minimize low-frequency noise.
 
Dust
OSHA has revamped their particulate laws that went into effect back in October of 2017 but have allowed an additional 3-4 years (June 2021) for the oil & gas industry to figure out how to contain their silica dust flying during fracking…I myself have had my car dusted and I live 1,200 feet away from the Truman drillsite. I have asked the fire department to be present to water down any flying radioactive fracking dust, maybe that can be added to the ordinance too? 
The most effective way you can become more stringent (without violating HB40) at this point of an almost build out drilling town is to deny ALL 37 remaining drillingzones in Arlington so they cannot finish the buildout.
For starters please take Capeharts suggestion to enact a supermajority to all setback exceptions and have Dr Simmons be more involved, thank you.
Thank you
Kim Feil
Musician and Fracivist
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As I published this today, WordPress notified me it was my 1,000th post.
I don’t feel so proud in having neglected my family and my music all these fracking years…but I WILL NEVER GIVE UP THIS FIGHT AND NEITHER SHOULD YOU!
 
 
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Arlington set for Defacto Ban on STR’s

Lets keep the pressure on Gincy Thoppil and Jim Parajon to make sure the Specific Use Permit $ fee for Short Term Rentals is reasonable so as to not result in a defacto ban…as it is the SUP process in itself will be onerous and discriminatory in that Long Term Rentals don’t have to go through that same process. I find STR’s are better kept than LTR’s by absentee landlords…at least the STR’s have reviews on the internet and so an incentive for the STR’s to be well kept.
 
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From: Gincy Thoppil <Gincy.Thoppil@arlingtontx.gov>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2018 5:06 PM
Subject: RE: $1000 SUP for STR’s?
 
Ms. Feil,
 
We have not calculated a fee yet, because we have not come up with a staff review process for the SUP application yet. What I told Ms. Brown is the standard fee for all other SUPs is $1,000 +$50/acre.
 
 
Hope that clarifies!
 
Thanks,
 
 
Gincy Thoppil, AICP
Director | 817-459-6662
 
Planning & Development Services
Kim Triolo Feil I see no charge for SUP without zoning change and $1,000 here for SUP with zoning change…http://www.arlington-tx.gov/pds/zoning/fees/

Manage

Reply1hEdited

Ashleigh Weaver Brown Yes Gincy at P&Z told me it would be the 1000 for SUP with zoning change.

Manage

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Kim Triolo Feil Jim Parajon just emailed me…
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From: Jim Parajon <Jim.Parajon@arlingtontx.gov>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2018 1:22 PM
Subject: RE: Where can I find who said from the City that the SUP was probably going to be $1,000 plus $50/acre?
Kim,

I do not know where you may have heard something like that but we have not calculated a recommended fee for this yet.

Ashleigh Weaver Brown Kim Triolo Feil Gincy Thoppil – Head of Planning & Development for Arlington who is in charge of the SUP process. She said that is her departments set fee for an SUP so it is unlikely to change unless the City determined that the process was to change/shorten significantly. That is what I was told by her at least and I confirmed with her twice. Sounds like some miscommunication between the City – I do hope what you heard is the case though 🤷‍♀️
Dear Senator Kelly Hancock,
Arlington is proposing $1000 Special Use Permit fee plus $50/acre to be able to legally run a short term rental property. Instead of an all out ban which is unconstitutional, their next best step is a defacto ban on short term rentals with an extortionistic price of $1000 and a cumbersome, multi-layered SUP process.
New Orleans has $150 fee

nola str fee

and Waco charges $150 plus $50 for subsequent years……..

waco str fee

Please let us know if you can get some legislation going on a ban on STR bans…just like HB40, a ban on fracking bans…if we have to live with gaswells why can’t we live with short term rentals? The long term rentals are not kept up as nice as STRs due to the feedback visitors can provide on the internet.
Long term renters in our experience are damaging to our rental homes…we could make the same amount of money with 40 days a year as a STR verses the wear and tear associated with 365 days/yr with people who trash rental properties.
Thank You for listening.
Kim Feil
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Will NCTCOG Pursue Class Action Suit for HB40 Reversal?

We don’t need anymore frown halls after an Arlington fracking emission event…
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Subject: NCTCOG role to assist Arlington’s fight against HB40
Our Barnett Shale is seeing a resurgence in drilling for natural gas in the urban areas. The midstream (pipeline) operators and (lease loaded) shut in fees make throughput demands on the drilling operators to keep the gas flowing.
https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/why-barnett-shale-urban-drilling-is-ba-a-c-c-k/. Of recent, the noticeable gaswell padsite activity where rigs are (or were recently) up are at: Sue Barnett SE Parkway by New York, Fannin Farms south of Stovall Park, Cornerstone Site at Matlock & Nathan Lowe, and the Fulson site at Sublett and 360.
The fact is now we have aging wells, storage tanks, separators, and lift compressors. That our two biggest operators in Arlington, Chesapeake and Carrizo, are now long gone and ownership has since changed twice (what we call a third tier driller) makes it expensive for the operators to take on padsite maintenance and responsibility for the legacy wells.
September 10, 2018 a pin hole leak developed in an old 2010 drilled Carrizo well at the Fannin Farm padsite and the safety features to keep the well from exploding released the pressure and contents from the well. Fortunately this was captured on a drone video, Fracking Accident
Before the accident, the residents were already complaining about the non-neighborly actions of Saddle Operating LLC. One person complained about all the diesel odors. Here is an upscale new development in north Arlington where we captured such a diesel plume…
In response to the emission event, Councilwoman Capehart explained at her frownhall meeting (see footage here) that HB40 ties their hands in stopping new wells.
During the meeting, Sargent Crowsen was asked about how many accidents they tend to in a one years time and he replied that they responded to about 10 to 15 a year. He added that some issues included “washouts” and separator related malfunctions. Aside from the Lake Arlington event, here are a couple of month of “APRIL” events where a similar fog enveloped the areas (one where the fire dept followed a two block wide plume into the neighborhoods across from Hutchinson Jr High) years ago when the infrastructure was relatively “new”….https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=april. I attached on this email a Pic 10/18/17 8am north of I30 and east of 820 white plume. 
emission event kim snapped and blogged on silica standard
I have been asking for Arlington lead in challenging HB40 (a ban on fracking bans) for HomeRule authority but Councilwoman Capehart argued that that the City of Arlington had already lost a lawsuit (brought by the industry when they tried to impose fees to cover the almost $500K/yr on ave expense for Arlington Fire Department to be trained to respond to drill site emission events). Councilwoman Capehart does not want the City of Arlington to challenge HB40 with another lawsuit, hence why I am writing to North Central Texas Council of Government to build into your next budget to prepare for class action litigation with the financial support of other towns that will also benefit from the reversal of HB40 and the restoration of Home Rule Law.
Our last legislative session had failed bills challenging HB40, so the legislative route is ineffective. Our north central Texas cities supporting NCTCOG can utilize your efficiencies of scale as the appropriate entity for a multi-city class action lawsuit to reverse HB40. 
We can no longer allow HB40 to trump Home Rule Law and we do not want our council hiding behind HB40’s at gaswell permit hearings like I witnessed of Councilwoman Myers for the recent Cornerstone permits. 
We do not want to have these frownhall meetings after emission events that will be more frequent as these wells age. 
Council would still have been in compliance to HB40 if they would have adhered to their 600 ft set back in our ordinance as the drillers have enjoyed being able to be here in Arlington with our 600 ft stipulated setbacks. It is greed in my opinion that council allows exceptions to the 600 ft rule.
I believe that even with HB40 reversed that our city council will continue to approve more wells for financial reasons at the expense of our residents near these drill site to endure repeated emission events. Our 2019 budget in Arlington shows we collect revenues from the drilling operators in inspection fees of $1.1 million and a projected $483,325 expenditure by the Arlington Fire Department for gas well response readiness. To date urban drilling has accumulated $100 million in our ATF fund and dispersed $20 million in grants off of the interest earned from the ATF. We have used $50 million as a loan for Texas LIVE.
But at some point the Cities may start to see the financial downside on abandoned wells from limited liability companies.
Aging padsites can be a financial drain to the ever changing LLC operators and Arlington has already about 350 gaswells drilled starting back in 2006. The rate of operator bankruptcies acknowledged by the RRC and the cost for plugging abandoned wells is quite shocking. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2016/07/17/as-of-january-2015-frackers-racked-up-25-billion-debt-in-texas-bankruptcies/.
A special committee back in 2016 showed that the City of Arlington thinks the state will step in on any abandoned padsite, however the state has claimed they do not have the money and have to prioritize the worst leakers first… 
Aside from the risk the Cities take on operators going bankrupt, the surface value of the actual padsites has lost up to 95% taxable value as the highest and best use is…well…a gas well.  A perfect example is when I blogged about when the

Chesapeake padsite near ATT Cowboy Stadium lost $12 million taxable value over 5 yr period on 6.7 acres prime land https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/chesapeake-cowboy-stadium-truman-drill-site-devaluated-3-million-on-6-7-acres-prime-land/

Now the hard part…even if we handle the financial risk of bankruptcies and continue to use the drilling money to pad our budgets, there is the public backlash on the health risks long term on urban drilling as we were the guinea pigs. Most doctors and attorneys will not take these types of cases in court as they are almost impossible to prove the drillers harmed the public with exposures. The drillers should have to prove they did not harm us. At the recent frownhall meeting, people were heard in the videos claiming health effects.
We have failed local leadership in my opinion in protecting citizens from the risk of high impact industrial activities in our neighborhoods, churches, and schools. Will the NCTCOG assist us in get protective measures in place (reversal of HB40) so that when we elect new leadership (#teamtermlimits), we can then begin to ban urban drilling and make Arlington liveable again?
Do we dare to wait and make similar headlines if we find fracking silica dust in umbilical chords?  While we have had low birth weight issues before fracking, it is important not to worsen the problem with urban drilling. In trying to understand low birth weight mechanisms, in this article, soot particles from a nearby coal plant were found in umbilical chords ….
 
Air pollution harms unborn babies. Now we might know why., “Once the coal-fired plant was shut down, birth outcomes in the region improved: The likelihood of having a low-birthweight baby decreased by 15 percent after the plant was closed. The chances of a nearby resident having a preterm birth dropped by nearly 30 percent”.
A Montreal study from November of 2017 found Benzene byproducts in pregnant women near fracking…https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/study-benzene-byproducts-found-in-pregnant-women-near-fracking-sites.
Please advise on how NCTCOG can represent us in court, thank you.
Kim Feil
https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property.
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Footage from Fannin Farms Fracking Fail Frownhall MeetingS in Arlington Gasland Texas

UPDATE April 10 2019
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Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 10:14:35 AM CDT
Subject: Fannin Farms Douglas H Miller still has oversight even with name change he has history of 29 companies- WikiCorp says 4 still active
Does this make him a 3rd tier operator?
1. Carrizo, 2. Enervest, 3. UPP
Douglas H. Miller (also director of Saddle too) is still managing Enervest ….corporationwiki says UPP is inactive. But at Capehart’s frownhall meeting, my notes say UPP took over the Fannin Farms operations…..should we expect less oopsies now?
When will the City’s GasWell website reflect this new operator?
Same man running things, however different name. WHY? In this video I am testifying in front of the RRC a the hotel by the convention center in Arlington and I cite an example of how Cearcy Ferguson Jr was barred from their operators in good standing BUT was allowed in three more other times under similar names. MVI 7176 RRC loophole for barred operators=change yer name slightly

I have two ORR’s to the RRC to answer some questions about a potential loophole I found allowing operators to continue under other names and I blog about it here, https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2019/04/10/tx-oil-gas-rrc-regulator-says-3221-operators-with-unsatisfied-enforcement-orders/.
FYI:

Upp Operating, LLC Overview

Upp Operating, LLC filed as a Domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the State of Texas on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 and is approximately five years old, according to public records filed with Texas Secretary of State.
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FYI: regarding Douglas H Miller:

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Douglas H Miller is NOT named in these two  F R A U D  articles below, but this reminds me of how Chesapeake was really into the real estate biz making money on flipping properties verses drilling them:
Remember IF we sleep with dogs we WILL get fleas. We have to get out of the mining biz in this town. Please have a rider added to any appropriate bill filed this legislative session to repeal HB40, or better yet let the CITY take them to court to finally enforce….
 TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND 
“(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” 
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Subject: Re: found my notes from Capeharts meeting
On Apr 9, 2019, at 12:28 PM, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
UPP took over Enervest’s Fannin Farms as operator, but I cannot find anything with that name
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UPDATE 3/26/2019 ! So during the day session today Councilwoman Capehart summarized the effectiveness of her meeting last night…now if you saw the videos I posted on my blog as mentioned in the below comment, I kind of disagree. Then when the mayor was talking about Dr Epstein and her position on safety of gas wells in urban Drilling, the broadcast went silent.https://youtu.be/Dctzu5kaQHk
UPDATE 3/26/2019
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Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 11:54:18 AM CDT
Subject: Last nights 5.th gas well FrownHall, resident 200 ft UTA padsite said he smelled Benzene during drilling
In case you missed last nights 5th official Frown Hall meeting on super-majority needed vote to allow gas wells closer than 600 feet, Arlington TX Show of Hand Fracking Setback Vote.
Below is some other footage on other gas well related concerns as well as my official citizen request for Industrial Hygiene efforts & equipment needed to test our airshed for longterm, chronic, exposures to hydrocarbons.
Additionally, Capehart was made aware (as the two other council people also present at the meeting last night) of the OSHA 2016 silica standard and how the oil & gas industry is exempt until June of 2021. I have and am asking for local silica rules to be added to our ordinance to protect us and the workers in the interim.
Here is a video on how the City hides behind regulators and regulations (like HB40, a ban on fracking bans), Arlington Texas frown Hall example of Railroad Commission failure.
Here is a video on how the City is NOT trying to repeal HB40, Citizen Asks what Arlington is pushing 4 gas well related local control this legislative session.
Following this citizen”s comments in not protecting us in allowing urban drilling without the City doing localized air testing, Not Accepting None-Answer on Why We Don”t Air Test in Arlington TX Urban Drilling,
Capehart interrupted another citizen challenging Capehart’s statement about why infrared cameras give false readings. Instead Capehart asked Chief Crowson to come speak to the matter, but Crowson only addressed ER response readiness and agreed Industrial Hygiene (IH) is NOT under his authority. So now that we know we have a gap in our aesthetic-only inspections, lets have our inspectors do quarterly air monitoring. Hire an (IH) consultant and lets get started using the ATF funds for equipment for public long-term exposure airshed testing protections thank-you!  ….Arlington Gasland TX Fire Chief Crowson Industrial Hygiene not their job to test the airshed
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Councilwoman Capehart aka loves da’ blood money from fracking…..held a frownhall meeting for residents gassed on 9/10/18 …

The meeting was held on 9/19/18 at the Arlington Southwest Library.Sargent Crowsen was asked how many drill site emergencies they respond to and he said about 10-15 a year. Per our 2019 budget on page 120, it will cost us almost $500K/yr for this AFD readiness.

Be sure to make comments on any of these videos and also watch this video about health affects, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BKfEvZ9LxA&t=539s.
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2018 9:51 AM
Subject: Rash on arm
Hello Kim, it was nice meeting and talking with you yesterday at the town hall meeting. I have attached a picture….
creamer rash fracking
with the rash on my wife’s arm that won’t go away. Also, at the meeting I told you that the left side of my face was swelling up from time to time without any reason. But I forgot to tell you the last time my face swelled up (about a month ago) that both sides of my face swelled up pretty bad (looked like a monster) and also my throat swelled up as well. It was hard to breath when I laid down to go to sleep. Actually, that night that my throat swelled up I couldn’t go to sleep cause when I laid down I couldn’t breathe, so I stayed up till 4:30am in the morning until I could finally breathe a little better and get some sleep.
Thanks Kim, take care!
As usual with this blog is my communication letters……
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 8:26 AM
Subject: Fracking accident in Arlington drone video and meeting tonight
FYI..lots of activity…..Rigs are up at Sue Barnett SE Parkway by New York, Fannin Farms south of Stovall Park, Cornerstone Site at Matlock & Nathan Lowe, and the Fulson site at Sublett and 360.
We, our City, needs to challenge HB40.
Kim Feil

On Sep 19, 2018, at 7:54 AM, kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> wrote to media:

The cost is his identity?……which in my opinion could have serious ramifications if there are any laws breached about flying a drone too close to sensitive infrastructures or rather class B airspace that needs permission like near the ATT Stadium….unfortunately the frackers/eco-terrorists would likely push to make some type of investigation in calling the drone operator the “terrorist” if the drone failed and crashed and inadvertently causes a storage tank to explode or damage any pad site equipment. 
He is a hero in my book for capturing this footage and I for one would start a gofundme if anything happens to him financially.
Hope you will be at tonight’s stakeholder meeting on this emission event to come see how they (city and frackers) handle the Community outrage for the gas leak near Fannin Farm south of Stovall Park on September 19th 2018 6:30 pm at 3311 SW Green Oaks in Arlington.
Here is the text from a community meeting invite, https://www.facebook.com/events/1878381608923224/ As reported by a resident on Nextdoor

Monday 9/10″

“A serious leak happened at the Fannin Farms drill site on September 10. Councilwoman Capehart is hosting a town hall for residents.

https://youtu.be/M1j8uTAf2No Drone footage with my recount of the night.

Approximately 3 AM I heard a loud hissing like an high pressure line had blew out at the gas well. Called fire department they arrived in 10 minutes and were on scene for over an hour. I spoke with the firemen once the leak had been turned off, he didn’t know what substance was polluting the air.

I’ll tell you this, the neighborhood which runs along Park Green Drive and Garden Green Drive was absolutely being smothered with this unknown toxic chemical. I feel bad for everyone in that neighborhood breathing this unknown substance for over 1 1/2 hours it tasted bitter and terrible.

Just before posting this @ 6 AM smelled a rotten egg odor in the air that rig is a mess!”

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Subject: CJ C replied to you

(comments found on youtube)

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Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2018 8:25 AM
Subject: Fannin Farms emission event —You guys should’ve pushed the red button…why wait?
Saddle said that an old Carrizo well developed a pinhole size leak and the acoustic detectors showed a leak….and the guy lives far away is why it took so long to shut it off…think of how many old wells Arlington now has….we just need to tell the first neighbor on site to push the red friggen button so people don’t get exposed to these unknown VOCS!
In fact you should have town halls all over Arlington educating people about how to enter a padsite and pull the dam red button rather than have us breathe that stuff!!
Give us good reasons why we cannot pull the red button and shut in the padsite until the frackers arrive?
Keep a suma cannister on your AFD Frack response vehicles….its that simple…we want to know what we breathe when these things spew!
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FANNIN Farms City Council meeting, Sept 2017 background….
For the Fannin drill zone (SUP09-3R2 at 2322 Eden Rd by Pump it Up Cheer TX near the compressor station where they already had a 2.3 Benzene reading) in the staff report, the city asked the driller twice to hold a neighborhood meeting but they never did!  
There were two speakers in opposition of which one, Bradley Evans, spoke of how the operator was gerrymandering (shortening the drillzone) to reduce the number of waivers needed from 40 down to 26 (Gee that sounds like a tip from Chesapeake’s play book for the fracksite near ATT Stadium). He clarified that the noise folks were complaining about was during the workover performed on the existing 5 wells recently and how the noise complaints were also outside of the 600ft setback.
The rebuttal to the speakers, a representative from Saddle Operating, LLC (Limited Liability Corp) spoke of offering the http://smalleyfnd.org/overview/youths-and-school-programs to go into the schools and educate the kiddos on fracking…this after there was conversation of teens in a truck trespassing on the Fannin property. The other Saddle rep earlier mentioned how the last owner, Enervest owed the city $126K, but that THEY paid it…oh golly gee what good neighbors they will be!
We were informed of the subsurface “surprise” Saddle was saddled with to the the tune of $1.3 million spent to get the piping that was in pieces out of the ground and replaced after they acquired the property. In a way he did a disservice to the industry in showing how costly it is to spring for updating corrosive, failed equipment…of course he did not elaborate on any environmental impacts of the failed piping….
Oh and let me remind folks that the owner of these Arlington drill sites was first Carrizo, then Enervest, and now it is Saddle….saddled with debt?…saddled with repairs at other sites? This equipment is old now ….and since they are a limited liability company…oh gee, who pays for repairs they cannot afford to do down the road?
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Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 1:17 PM
Subject: NCTCOG role to assist Arlington’s fight against HB40
Our Barnett Shale is seeing a resurgence in drilling for natural gas in the urban areas. The midstream (pipeline) operators and (lease loaded) shut in fees make throughput demands on the drilling operators to keep the gas flowing.
https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/why-barnett-shale-urban-drilling-is-ba-a-c-c-k/. Of recent, the noticeable gaswell padsite activity where rigs are (or were recently) up are at: Sue Barnett SE Parkway by New York, Fannin Farms south of Stovall Park, Cornerstone Site at Matlock & Nathan Lowe, and the Fulson site at Sublett and 360.
The fact is now we have aging wells, storage tanks, separators, and lift compressors. That our two biggest operators in Arlington, Chesapeake and Carrizo, are now long gone and ownership has since changed twice (what we call a third tier driller) makes it expensive for the operators to take on padsite maintenance and responsibility for the legacy wells.
September 10, 2018 a pin hole leak developed in an old 2010 drilled Carrizo well at the Fannin Farm padsite and the safety features to keep the well from exploding released the pressure and contents from the well. Fortunately this was captured on a drone video, Fracking Accident
Before the accident, the residents were already complaining about the non-neighborly actions of Saddle Operating LLC. One person complained about all the diesel odors. Here is an upscale new development in north Arlington where we captured such a diesel plume…
In response to the emission event, Councilwoman Capehart explained at her frownhall meeting (see footage here) that HB40 ties their hands in stopping new wells.
During the meeting, Sargent Crowsen was asked about how many accidents they tend to in a one years time and he replied that they responded to about 10 to 15 a year. He added that some issues included “washouts” and separator related malfunctions. Aside from the Lake Arlington event, here are a couple of month of “APRIL” events where a similar fog enveloped the areas (one where the fire dept followed a two block wide plume into the neighborhoods across from Hutchinson Jr High) years ago when the infrastructure was relatively “new”….https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=april. I attached on this email a Pic 10/18/17 8am north of I30 and east of 820 white plume. 
emission event kim snapped and blogged on silica standard
I have been asking for Arlington lead in challenging HB40 (a ban on fracking bans) for HomeRule authority but Councilwoman Capehart argued that that the City of Arlington had already lost a lawsuit (brought by the industry when they tried to impose fees to cover the almost $500K/yr on ave expense for Arlington Fire Department to be trained to respond to drill site emission events). Councilwoman Capehart does not want the City of Arlington to challenge HB40 with another lawsuit, hence why I am writing to North Central Texas Council of Government to build into your next budget to prepare for class action litigation with the financial support of other towns that will also benefit from the reversal of HB40 and the restoration of Home Rule Law.
Our last legislative session had failed bills challenging HB40, so the legislative route is ineffective. Our north central Texas cities supporting NCTCOG can utilize your efficiencies of scale as the appropriate entity for a multi-city class action lawsuit to reverse HB40. 
We can no longer allow HB40 to trump Home Rule Law and we do not want our council hiding behind HB40’s at gaswell permit hearings like I witnessed of Councilwoman Myers for the recent Cornerstone permits. 
We do not want to have these frownhall meetings after emission events that will be more frequent as these wells age. 
Council would still have been in compliance to HB40 if they would have adhered to their 600 ft set back in our ordinance as the drillers have enjoyed being able to be here in Arlington with our 600 ft stipulated setbacks. It is greed in my opinion that council allows exceptions to the 600 ft rule.
I believe that even with HB40 reversed that our city council will continue to approve more wells for financial reasons at the expense of our residents near these drill site to endure repeated emission events. Our 2019 budget in Arlington shows we collect revenues from the drilling operators in inspection fees of $1.1 million and a projected $483,325 expenditure by the Arlington Fire Department for gas well response readiness. To date urban drilling has accumulated $100 million in our ATF fund and dispersed $20 million in grants off of the interest earned from the ATF. We have used $50 million as a loan for Texas LIVE.
But at some point the Cities may start to see the financial downside on abandoned wells from limited liability companies.
Aging padsites can be a financial drain to the ever changing LLC operators and Arlington has already about 350 gaswells drilled starting back in 2006. The rate of operator bankruptcies acknowledged by the RRC and the cost for plugging abandoned wells is quite shocking. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2016/07/17/as-of-january-2015-frackers-racked-up-25-billion-debt-in-texas-bankruptcies/.
A special committee back in 2016 showed that the City of Arlington thinks the state will step in on any abandoned padsite, however the state has claimed they do not have the money and have to prioritize the worst leakers first… 
Aside from the risk the Cities take on operators going bankrupt, the surface value of the actual padsites has lost up to 95% taxable value as the highest and best use is…well…a gas well.  A perfect example is when I blogged about when the

Chesapeake padsite near ATT Cowboy Stadium lost $12 million taxable value over 5 yr period on 6.7 acres prime land https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/chesapeake-cowboy-stadium-truman-drill-site-devaluated-3-million-on-6-7-acres-prime-land/

Now the hard part…even if we handle the financial risk of bankruptcies and continue to use the drilling money to pad our budgets, there is the public backlash on the health risks long term on urban drilling as we were the guinea pigs. Most doctors and attorneys will not take these types of cases in court as they are almost impossible to prove the drillers harmed the public with exposures. The drillers should have to prove they did not harm us. At the recent frownhall meeting, people were heard in the videos claiming health effects.
We have failed local leadership in my opinion in protecting citizens from the risk of high impact industrial activities in our neighborhoods, churches, and schools. Will the NCTCOG assist us in get protective measures in place (reversal of HB40) so that when we elect new leadership (#teamtermlimits), we can then begin to ban urban drilling and make Arlington liveable again?
Do we dare to wait and make similar headlines if we find fracking silica dust in umbilical chords?  While we have had low birth weight issues before fracking, it is important not to worsen the problem with urban drilling. In trying to understand low birth weight mechanisms, in this article, soot particles from a nearby coal plant were found in umbilical chords ….
 
Air pollution harms unborn babies. Now we might know why., “Once the coal-fired plant was shut down, birth outcomes in the region improved: The likelihood of having a low-birthweight baby decreased by 15 percent after the plant was closed. The chances of a nearby resident having a preterm birth dropped by nearly 30 percent”.
A Montreal study from November of 2017 found Benzene byproducts in pregnant women near fracking…https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/study-benzene-byproducts-found-in-pregnant-women-near-fracking-sites.
Please advise on how NCTCOG can represent us in court, thank you.
Kim Feil
https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property.
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