update 7/2015 this Audubon International membership listing DOES NOT LIST Edge Resources as a partner…this link here shows where the Ft Worth Weekly reported that they applied for membership for this Overcoming Faith area.
GET YOUR GLASSES OUT …this illegible (by design?) letter is in regards to the *Eden Village Housing Development …..something about a…. P I P E L I N E ! Click here to read the “repaired” version of Crestwood Pipeline giving permission for Eden Village to encroach upon their pipeline.
The Star Telegram wrote article on the praises of this new housing project, but two weeks earlier, I alerted this reporter about an emission event on 8/27/2013 at the Overcoming Faith drill site just south of this proposed high-end subdivision. It was worth mentioning I thought. At least she mentioned the actual presence of a drill site 700 feet away.
This nearby gaswell emission event is the first of about a dozen events that I am aware of that the city actually reported a “mishap” to the TCEQ/RRC “and this is the first that I’m aware that an actual violation was found against a driller. According to the 911 dispatch there was hissing and loud popping noises coming from the gas well site. Fire Inspector, Jay White, employed the Emergency Shut Down (ESD) devise, however, well 6H did not properly shut-in and the well had to be manually shut in…seven days later council approved this new neighborhood to be in harms way downwind.
In the city staff report (pg 279) for this Eden Village project there is a blurred letter (see above pic ) from Crestwood Pipeline company how conveniently blurred this is?…I guess its OK for a pipeline to be close to people?…isn’t the real estate agent suppose to clue in the prospective home owners?
Also worth mentioning is that the padsite is near Biondi Trail where there was an alleged murder/suicide on 9/2/2013 four days after the emission event. Hmm and I wonder how these neurotoxins may have played a part in that tragedy?
*Zoning Case PD13-6 (Eden Village – 4805 Eden Road) “Following the public hearing, consider a request for a change in the zoning of property to Village on the Green at Tierra Verde Overlay – Planned Development (VG-PD) for all Village on the Green at Tierra Verde Overlay – Agriculture (VG-A) uses with single family residential uses at a maximum density of 4.39 dwelling units per acre, with a Development Plan on approximately 9.117 acres zoned Village on the Green at Tierra Verde Overlay – Agriculture (VG-A) and generally located north of Eden Road and west of U.S. 287 Highway.”