Rosenthal said Oklahoma City has specific rules for drilling in watersheds and that might be useful for Norman.
Kovach agreed that using Oklahoma City regulations as a guideline for updating Norman’s rules would be a good start.
“We don’t have to reinvent the wheel,” Kovach said.
The public was allowed to ask questions and make comments at the end of the meeting. Jack Dake of Baron Exploration Company said Norman’s regulations work well and there have been no problems.
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