They denied XTO permits and variances. Read about it on Corinth Cares.
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Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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I am a resident of Corinth and was at all of the meetings….I will only say to others if this happens to you in your neighborhood…fight will all you have, educate your councilmen…Gas drilling is a VERY dangerous and needs more and strict guidelines…
Yes Corinth TX won this round…but I am sure there will be more….Let keep up the good fight and maybe the EPA will finally do something about it!!!
WTG …Corinth…. Bitty
I guess in this case….it was XT "No". Ok, that was cheasy, but I always go for the low-hanging fruit first. Getting the hint yet?
Oh, I love that!
I am so happy for the people of Corinth. Way to go. I hope after May 8th, Flower Mound gets a Mayor and Council that will listen to a majority of the residents. Otherwise, anyone know a good realtor in Corinth?
Congratulations Corinth! I applaud the residents and your Council!
We live VERY close to Lake Sharon Christian Center. Our prayers were answered at 2:30 AM Friday. My family would like to thank everyone that helped educate and rally our residents in Corinth. Thank you Cora for ALL your time and hard work. Thanks also to you, Sharon for your support. We were lucky to have a City Council that listened and took the time to consider all the information that they had in front of them. Good grief, XTO was up to 13 variances the night of the vote. That pretty much tells you that their plan was ill suited for that track of land.
…and there was much rejoicing….