The three-year saga that’s cost county taxpayers tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of dollar in staff research and work is poised to go to a potential vote on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.  But, don’t hold your breathe. One version or another of previous proposed ordinances have been up for a “final” vote so many times in the past three years that it’s been impossible to keep track.  But, the latest version was approved to be published earlier this month, and can be linked to below.  As reminder to all members, IPANM stands opposed to any county level Oil & Gas ordinance, as the existing regulations in place on the state level provide adequate protections for all human health, fresh water and the environment.

November 29, 2018 – County Commission (Oral public comment will be taken)