Army ends EIS that weighed adding nearly 83,000 acres to Ft. Benning

By Thomas Duffy / June 13, 2016 at 2:40 PM
The Army has halted work on a six-year-old environmental study that was considering the impact of adding nearly 83,000 acres to Ft. Benning, GA, citing a reduction in requirements. The decision to end work on the environmental impact statement "was the result of a combination of force structure realignment decisions affecting Ft. Benning and actions taken to relocate maneuver training for Ft. Benning's Army Reconnaissance Course," the service said in a June 7 Federal Register notice. Ft. Benning is the...

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