Final Environmental Assessment for the Closure of the Garland ANG Station 254th Combat Communications Group Garland, Texas
AECOM ALEXANDRIA VA
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The proposed action consists of closing Garland ANGS, that is, terminating the licensing agreement between the Texas National Guard and the Federal Government under which the ANG currently occupies and operates the site. Following the termination, the property would revert to the Federal Government, which could then either license it to another occupant, probably another military unit, or terminate its lease with the City of Garland. Upon vacating the property, the 254 CCG would leave all existing buildings, building systems, pavements, and other existing site improvements in their current condition. No demolition, modification, construction, or renovation activities by the ANG are included in the proposed action. The proposed action is needed because after the relocation of the 254 CCG to Hensley ANGS, the ANG will have no further use for Garland ANGS. The ANGs purpose is to avoid unnecessarily maintaining an unneeded real property asset, with the associated costs and risks.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Environmental Health and Safety