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Board amends hydrocarbon exploration/related extraction activities moratorium
At its Sept. 16 meeting, the Shelby Township Board of Trustees unanimously passed an amended six-month moratorium on oil, gas and other hydrocarbon exploration and related extraction activities within the Township. 


The amended moratorium clarifies the scope of "drilling operation" activities restricted by the moratorium to include completion, production and other related or ancillary activities and operations.

Amended Shelby Township  six-month moratorium on oil, gas and other hydrocarbon exploration and related extraction activities
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Blue markings along Consumers Energy Right Of Way unrelated to West Bay Exploration


Blue paint marking the Consumers Energy Right of Way near 25 Mile and Dequindre roads is unrelated to any current or future operations involving West Bay Exploration and its oil/gas exploration project adjacent to the ROW. West Bay Exploration Vice President Pat Gibson confirmed this in a Sept. 15 email to Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis. 
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From: Pat Gibson
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 9:09 AM
To: Rick Stathakis
Subject: RE: Blue paint marks on trail

 

Supervisor Stathakis,

West Bay has no knowledge of any marking in this area.  As agreed, we have ceased all activity at the site and have made no further decisions about any other activity in the Township. 

 

Patrick Gibson

Vice President

West Bay Exploration Company

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Shelby Township Clerk Stan Grot Hosts Election Worker Job Fair

Clerk Stanley Grot hopes to conduct over one hundred interviews and hire many of those applicants for the next election scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.  Over 300 election inspectors assist the township clerk in conducting every election.

 

“I am looking for qualified and friendly individuals to assist me in conducting a fair, efficient and transparent election,” said Clerk Stanley Grot.  “The election inspectors and I will work as a team to ensure a smooth and positive experience for all voters.” 

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West Bay Exploration halts Shelby Township oil/gas exploration, "indefinitely"
West Bay Exploration Vice President Pat Gibson provided the following update on the indefinite halt to the exploration process at the Shelby Township well near 25 Mile and Dequindre roads Aug. 25.


Supervisor Stathakis,
Please find attached a press release issued by West Bay this afternoon (Aug. 25). As you and the Township board have asked, West Bay will be shutting in our well at the end of the week in order to take some time and work with our neighbors to help them better understand our operation.

Thanks,

Patrick Gibson
Vice President
West Bay Exploration Company

Click to view West Bay Exploration press release

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