A representative from MarkWest implored supervisors this week not to take action in the township.
"I don't think the comments we've made have been addressed," associate counsel Chris Rimkus told the board during its sixth public hearing on the matter on Tuesday.
He expressed frustration with the process, saying that although MarkWest had submitted comments regarding the ordinance, "I've never gotten any follow up."
And Rimkus again told the board that portions of the ordinance, which would permit compressor stations as a conditional use, over-reach and are superceded by state and federal law.
After some back and forth over emissions and setbacks—what board Chairman Mike Debbis called the two key areas of contention—the board decided to continue the hearing again.
"You guys have to listen if we're going to talk through this stuff," Rimkus had told them.
Supervisor Kevin Camerson suggested the next meeting be a roundtable discussion where all parties can hash out differences.
The hearing is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 in the township building.