Page 13 of 25
News and Tribune - April 30, 2012, By DAVID A. MANN
Legislative language that would protect developers from environmental liabilities at the River Ridge Commerce Center has been included in the FY13 National Defense Authorization Act.
10news.com - April 30, 2012
SAN DIEGO -- Coronado city officials are questioning a new report by the Navy that changes accident potential zones and now includes up to 200 homes.
The Associated Press - April 27, 2012, By ROBERT BURNS, AP National Security Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - About 9,000 U.S. Marines stationed on the Japanese island of Okinawa will be moved to the U.S. territory of Guam and other locations in the Asia-Pacific, including Hawaii, under a U.S.-Japan agreement announced Thursday.
April 27, 2012
WASHINGTON—The National Governors Association (NGA) signaled today that it will now work with Congress to address their concerns with the Air Force’s budget request.
theday.com - April 25, 2012, By Jennifer McDermott
The state plans to help the towns of Groton and Ledyard buy land around the Naval Submarine Base to prevent development from encroaching on base operations.
The Herald - April 23, 2012, By JEFF WILKINSON
Gov. Nikki Haley should visit and publicly promote South Carolina military bases and the General Assembly should fund efforts to protect them from another round of closures, the S.C. Military Base Task Force executive committee suggested Monday.
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Public Affairs Press Release - April 23, 2012, By Gregg Smith
Seal Beach, California (NNS) -- Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach announced the results of a recently completed economic impact and community involvement study April 20.
The Spokesman Review - April 20, 2012, By Mike Prager
New land-use rules to protect Fairchild Air Force Base from civilian encroachment won unanimous approval from Spokane County commissioners on Thursday.
San Jose Mercury News - April 19, 2012, By Paul Rogers
Fort Ord, the sweeping former military base north of Monterey known for its oceanfront landscape and a history that dates back to cavalry soldiers in World War I, will become America's newest national monument.
Navy Times - April 19, 2012, By Deborah Barfield Berry, Gannett Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON — Sen. Roger Wicker told Navy officials Thursday he's concerned about how cuts in defense spending will affect the shipbuilding industry, which is key to Mississippi’s economy.
©2016 The Office Of Economic Adjustment
Last Update: March 6, 2014