Landmark Home Rule Case Set for February 26 by Ohio Supreme Court

We have been bringing you the latest on an important case that has steadily progressed to the Ohio Supreme Court for some time now.  Beck Energy is battling the community of Munroe Falls over the permits that the company is being required to obtain from the city, and the case has become a rallying point for the industry and anti-drillers alike.  Now the court has set a date for oral arguments in the case.

From the Stow Sentry:
The Ohio Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Feb. 26 in connection with a case filed by the city last March challenging a state law on the drilling of oil and natural gas wells.
The case stems from an attempt by Ravenna-based Beck Energy to drill a well on private Munroe Falls Avenue property without building and zoning permits from the city.
You can read the rest of the brief article here.

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