- Security Camera - the security camera has not yet been installed
- Emergency Action Plan (EAP) - the EAP is not located on the site in a Knox Box
- Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) - the MSDS is not located on the site in a Knox Box.
There were 10 speakers against the issue and almost all of them were advocates against urban drilling, that did not live in the neighborhood. Speakers from as far as Dallas and across town in Pantego were commenting on this site. Essentially, one person that lived in the neighborhood spoke for and one against the Drill Zone change. Another point of contention was a Day Care Center located 359' from the pad site. The Day Care Center had in fact signed a waiver and parents of children were contacted to let them know that a drill site would be there and not one parent pulled their child from the center. The pad site has been operating for two and a half years without incident and except for the camera is in full compliance with the city drilling ordinance. Therefore, I voted in support.
One accusation that was made during this discussion concerned jet fuel fumes at DFW airport and how unsafe the air was at DFW. I told the citizen that I had flown out of DFW for 32 years and I asked her, "how do I look?" She was stunned and stated that it takes years to get cancer from fumes. I told her that millions of people go through DFW every year and that thousands work out there and that she was the only person concerned with the fumes. I take exception to people making unfounded accusations in an effort to support their views. I believe that she also stated that there was a Hilton at the airport. Actually, there are two Hyatt hotels located there. The modification of the Specific Use Permit (SUP) was approved 5-3, with the stipulation that a masonary wall be constructed 90 days hence.