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Murrysville sets fracking well hearing for next month

Patrick Varine
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Above, a site plan map for the proposed Titan well pad off Bollinger Road in Murrysville.

A public hearing on a proposed Titan well pad off Bollinger Road in Murrysville is scheduled for June 19.

Murrysville council will host the 7 p.m. hearing on the unconventional gas well in council chambers at the municipal building, 4100 Sardis Road.

The Titan pad, proposed by Canonsburg driller Huntley & Huntley, would be located on a 71-acre parcel although work would take place only on nine acres of the property, according to a land development application filed in October.

The Titan proposal is the first fracking-related project to enter the municipality’s development pipeline since its oil and gas ordinance was updated and approved in May 2017.

For more, including the full land-development and conditional-use applications, see Murrysville.com.

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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