At the request of the Corporation Commission, SilverHawk HOA is hosting a public meeting for you to ask questions regarding how they are overseeing the cleanup effort. If you have questions that you wish to direct at the Commission please attend this meeting.
Board of Directors
Sunoco has requested that the HOA allow them to use the clubhouse as a venue for neighbors to come ask questions or address particular issues with your home in this cleanup effort. They will be there from 7:00AM to 7:00PM. Donuts and coffee will be provided in the morning and snacks later in the day.
We have been passing on to them that communication is an issue with the number they provided and this information session is one of the several things they have informed us they want to do to get on top of the communication issue.
Please bring your questions to them and understand there is no obligation to agree to anything here, they just want to be available to answer questions you may have.
Board of Directors
The Board has been in contact with the Corporation Commission, Energy Transfer (Sunoco) news agencies and an attorney regarding the cleanup efforts. While the Association is not advocating any specific action at this time, we have decided to facilitate a meeting with neighbors.
We have arranged for a meeting at the clubhouse tomorrow night, Tuesday May 15th at 6:30PM. An attorney with Gungoll Jackson will be present to answer questions you may have.
At this time the Association has not retained council but is considering our options. This meeting was at the request of multiple homeowner's.
This attorney has experience with this type of oil spill and is very knowledgeable. We think it is the best way to move forward to help get you the answers you need and to organize as a community.
If you have any questions for me I am available to take calls or email.
President | SilverHawk HOA
SilverHawk Board members Chris Painter and Mandy Lunsford met with the Oil Company to discuss many of the concerns you have posted on Nextdoor and to answer some questions of our own. This meeting was requested by the company because they wanted to establish a communication channel with the Association and neighbors.
As many of you are aware, there was an oil pipe that busted south of the neighborhood. As a result of this pipe busting and high winds, a lot of crude oil has fallen on a large number of homes in SilverHawk. A contractor associated with Sonoco is coming through the neighborhood assessing each property and preparing for cleanup. The contract company is Destech Design and the two individuals are Jeff Coleman and Cody Gordan. Sonoco is taking responsibility and has hired this company to get this cleanup accomplished.
If you have any questions regarding the cleanup, please contact Energy Transfer Partners at 855-430-4491. They have people standing by to take your phone calls.
Here is information that the company posted to our Facebook page:
"Sunoco Pipeline experienced a a release of crude oil the evening of May 10 that resulted in many of your homes, cars, etc., being impacted. We apologize to you and your neighbors for the inconvenience this has caused. Please know that we are committed to working with each of you who have been impacted and to fully cleaning your neighborhood to your full satisfaction as quickly as possible. The cleanup process had begun and the area is safe and secure.
We have set up a toll-free number to address any concerns or questions you may have. This number is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please mention you are calling from the Oklahoma City area and provide your name, address, phone number and a general description of why you are calling.
We will provide updated information to you on the status of our efforts as it becomes available.
Sincerely, Sunoco Pipeline"
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