During the Q&A with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission this evening, an OCC representative stressed that from everything they've seen so far, they've had a positive impression of the state and health of our neighborhood since the oil pipeline burst. However, since some cleaning crews did not collect run-off and since clean-up activities have been confined to structures, to be on the safe side, they'd advise not to let children play on the lawns and that neighbors not mow the grass or water the lawn until we've seen the results of the chemical composition tests. Note that this is contrary to what Sunoco stated in the FAQ.
More details to follow in the meeting minutes, which will be posted ASAP.
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