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October Meeting Reports
Posted on Oct 23rd, 2014

These reports are a way to let the public know what FOR’s been up to. It’s also a way that someone can determine if there is any way they’d like to get involved in things. Please contact FOR if you are interested. (Select Volunteer on the "Contact Us" drop down list.)
  • Oct 4, Breakfast on the Bernard, Dido's Restaurant 
Jonathan Hynson, Project Integration Manager, Phillips 66 Midstream, spoke about the injection wells being drilled near the San Bernard River on CR 506.
  • Oct 21, Meeting with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Austin, Tx
Environmental Committee Chairman Barbara Fratila, along with FOR President Tom Ronayne and Ange Ronayne, met with Meaghan Bailey, Briony Haechten and Sarah Miller with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and reviewed accomplishing FOR’s goal of placing a conservation easement upon all of the property owned by Dyer Moore and his family using FOR SEP funds.
  • Oct 27, Manadatory Emergency Drill, Clemens Terminal, San Bernard River
At 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct 27, Linda Wright FOR Director, participated in a Texas Railroad Commission mandated emgency drill simulating two leaks from old storage caverns located at the Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. Clemens Terminal. Linda was asked to participate by responding and calling the Chevron Phillips switchboard for instructions after hearing the sirens. A press release by Chevron Phillips is to follow and will be posted on the website.
  • Oct 29, Social Marketing Seminar for Natural Resource Professionals, H-GAC Offices, Houston, TX
FOR Webmaster Linda Wright attended the day long workshop on how to make the most of what you do on the web more discoverable using Social Media. Amy E. Hays was the Texas A&M AgriLife trainer.
 
 
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