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U.S. Army seeks public comments
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(HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD, GA) – The U.S. Army seeks public comments on the
Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA), Draft Finding of No Significant
Impact (FONSI), and Draft Finding of No Practicable Alternative (FONPA) to
implement an Area Development Plan (ADP) on Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF), GA.

The ADP, once implemented, will guide future development of projects on
HAAF, the goals of which are to sustain the Installation’s mission for
training and the environment, offer a superior Quality of Life for Soldiers,
employees, and their Families on HAAF, and ensure the projects proposed
within the ADP are implemented in accordance with the Installation’s
environmental and operational constraints. The Installation is utilizing a
programmatic approach to the analysis of the ADP to allow for early
planning, coordination, and flexibility in project implementation and the
identification of potential environmental impacts.

The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements for this proposed
action have been met via preparation of a PEA, Draft FONSI, and Draft FONPA.
All documents were prepared in accordance with NEPA, of 1969, the Council on
Environmental Quality regulations that implement NEPA, and 32 Code of
Federal Regulations Part 651, Environmental Effects of Army Actions.

A hard copy of the PEA, Draft FONSI, and Draft FONPA, are available at the
Fort Stewart Library and Savannah Library (Southwest Chatham Branch), and
can be accessed on the Fort Stewart/HAAF NEPA webpage:
vention-and-compliance/nepa. If preferred, a CD version may be obtained by
contacting Ms. Melissa B. Kendrick, FS/HAAF NEPA/Project Integrator,

Please submit comments during the public comment period [April 24-May 23,
2021] to the email address identified or by calling 912-767-2010. Please
help inform your community by sharing the information in this news release.
For more information, contact Melissa Kendrick at 912-767-2010 or

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