News & Announcements
The information below is for general awareness only and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment or the Department of Defense as a whole.
The Gazette - May 14, 2014, By Megan Schrader
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed three high-profile military bills into law Wednesday at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, including one that provides $300,000 for a study the state can use to defend the very military institutions the park overlooks from potentially devastating military cuts.
'Compatibility' Maps Focus of County Meeting: Color-Coded Maps Will Guide Development Near Military Facilities
Great Falls Tribune - November 4, 2013, By Karl Puckett
New color-coded maps delineating where development is compatible and incompatible with military operations in seven northcentral Montana counties, funded by the Department of Defense, will be rolled out to the public for the first time today in Great Falls.
Contra Costa Times - November 1, 2013, By Matthew Artz
The city's bid to restore a "working waterfront" took a big leap forward Friday as construction officially began on a $500 million project to transform much of the long-shuttered Oakland Army Base into a logistics and warehousing center.
The Virginian-Pilot - October 23, 2013, By Jeff Sheler
The city will seek up to $2.5 million in state matching funds next year to expand the safety zone around Fentress Naval Auxiliary Landing Field.
Watertown Daily Times - October 22, 2013, By GORDON BLOCK
FORT DRUM — A buffer for the post from outside encroachment could grow by 65 percent by the end of this year, thanks to an infusion of $500,000 from the state on top of millions of federal dollars already allocated.
The Spokesman-Review - October 19, 2013, By Mike Prager
As ballots hit Spokane County voters’ mailboxes, Fairchild Air Force Base’s commander issued a rare warning Friday about possible encroachment near the base.
The MetroWest Daily News - October 18, 2013, By Kendall Hatch
MARLBOROUGH — Local and state officials as well as military personnel brainstormed Thursday about ways that the six military installations across the state could form stronger partnerships with their surrounding communities.
The Times-Picayune - October 8, 2013, By Paul Purpura
New Orleans now owns the former Naval Support Activity site at the foot of Poland Avenue in the Bywater neighborhood, Mayor Mitch Landrieu's press office confirmed Tuesday. The city and the Department of the Navy completed the transfer on Friday (Oct. 4), said Tyler Gamble, Landrieu's press secretary.
Daily Press - September 16, 2013, By Robert Brauchle
HAMPTON - For more than 150 years, Fort Monroe's mission was simple and direct: protect Hampton Roads and guard the Chesapeake Bay from invasion.
Daily Report for Executives - September 5, 2013, By Heather Caygle
Key Development: DOT awards $474 million in transportation grants to 37 states.
Next Steps: Foxx says TIGER program may be in jeopardy if sequestration continues.