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Fracking hearing will continue at Murrysville council meeting

Patrick Varine
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Above, the Murrysville municipal building on Sardis Road.

Murrysville council will continue its public hearing on the proposed Titan fracking well pad, and consider approving the construction of a GetGo station outside the Murrysville Giant Eagle at its meeting Wednesday night.

Monroeville drillers Huntley & Huntley Energy Exploration have proposed the Titan well for property off Bollinger Road. The hearing has continued so far over multiple council meetings.

Council also will consider approving the development of a GetGo location near the Murrysville Giant Eagle on Old William Penn Highway.

The proposed 4,900-square-foot convenience store will have fuel pumps, a car wash and parking.

Council’s meeting will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Murrysville municipal building at 4100 Sardis Road.

Meetings are also streamed live on Comcast local access Channel 19.

For more, including the full meeting agenda, see Murrysville.com/AgendaCenter.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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