Final Environmental Assessment: Perimeter Fence Upgrade and Demolition of Two Sheds and Two Water Tanks, Lake Kickapoo Air Force Space Surveillance Station, Texas
PB AND A INC AUSTIN TX
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Pursuant to provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act NEPA, 42 U.S. Code 4321 et seq, implementing Council on Environmental Quality CEQ Regulations, 40 Code of Federal Regulations CFR 1500-1508, and 32 CFR Part 989, Environmental Impact Analysis Process EIAP, the U.S. Air Force Air Force conducted an assessment of the potential environmental consequences of installing a new eight-foot high chain-link perimeter fence and demolishing two sheds and two water tanks. This Environmental Assessment EA, Perimeter Security Fence Upgrade and Demolition of Two Sheds and Two Water Tanks, Lake Kickapoo AFSSS, TX, incorporated by reference in this finding, considers the potential impacts of the Proposed Actions on the natura l and human environments. Proposed Action and Alternatives The Proposed Action is to upgrade the existing barbed - wire fence with an eight-foot high chain-link fence with an outrigger on the top and demolish two sheds and two water tanks. The No Action Alternative would be not to upgrade the fence and not to demolish the two sheds and two water tanks.
- Civil Engineering