Installation Boundary Fence Replacement: Upland Areas: Environmental Assessment
CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON (347TH) MOODY AFB GA
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Moody Air Force Base AFB, Georgia proposes to replace the boundary fence in upland areas in order to mark the legal and physical demarcation of the installation boundary. The barbed-wire fence that is currently in place is in serious disrepair and does not provide an adequate security barrier for Moody AFB. Fallen trees and severe overgrowth have knocked down portions of the fence leaving the base susceptible to unauthorized entry. The proposed action consists of installing a seven-foot chain-linked fence with out-rigging in upland areas around the boundary of Moody AFB. Moody Air Force Base is located in south-central Georgia approximately 10 miles northeast of Valdosta. The proposed action will occur along the boundary of Moody AFB from Mission Lake around Grand Bay Range to Eisemann Road. The fence would only be constructed in upland areas where adequate fencing is not already present. Section 1 of the proposed project area is located on the north side of the base next to Eisemann Road Figure 3. Section 2 is located on the east side of the base Figure 4. Sections 3 and 4 are located on the south side of the base Figures 5 and 6. Section 5 is located next to Mission Lake Figure 7.
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