(A)   The operator shall notify the City Secretary of any changes to the following information immediately, within 1 business day after the change occurs.
      (1)   The name, address, and phone number of the operator;
      (2)   The name, address, and 24-hour phone number of the person(s) with supervisory authority over drilling or operations activities;
      (3)   The name, address, and phone number of the person designated to receive notices from the city, which person must be a resident of Texas that can be served in person or by registered or certified mail; and
      (4)   The operator's emergency action response plan including "drive-to-maps" from public rights-of-way to each drill site.
   (B)   The operator shall provide a copy of any "incident reports" or written complaints submitted to the Railroad Commission or any other state or federal agency within 30 days after the operator has notice of the existence of such reports or complaints.
   (C)   Beginning on December 31st after each well is completed, and continuing on each December 31st thereafter until the operator notifies the city that the well has been abandoned and the site restored, the operator shall prepare a written report to the city identifying any changes to the information that was included in the application for the applicable oil or gas well permit that have not been previously reported to the city.
(Ord. 618, passed 3-20-3006)  Penalty, see § 155.99