Community Involvement

Encouraging Support in the Cleanup Process

CERCLA and other environmental programs encourage the public to be involved in the environmental cleanup process, particularly at the point in the process where a decision is made about how a site will be remediated. 

Community Involvement Plan

The Community Involvement Plan outlines the community involvement activities required by environmental laws, as well as other community involvement activities that the Air Force plans to undertake to keep the community informed.  Click here to review the August 2016 Plan.

Advisory Boards

The Air Force has two advisory boards that facilitate community involvement:  the Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) which looks at environmental issues at McGuire, Dix and Lakehurst and the Lakehurst Technical Review Committee (TRC) which looks at environmental issues at Lakehurst.   Visit the RAB or TRC pages to learn more.

Public Comment Periods/Documents

Environmental Restoration Program Documents currently available for formal public comment periods will be posted here.

Click here to review a copy of the BOMARC Proposed PlanClick here for a short fact sheet on the BOMARC Proposed Plan.  A public meeting to discuss the BOMARC Proposed Plan will be held Thursday, February 22, 6:00 p.m. at the Edward Holloway Senior Citizen and Community Center, Main Street, Cookstown, NJ.  The community can provide comments at the meeting or submit comments through March 19 by emailing or mailing them to Mr. Curt Frye at the address in the Proposed Plan or fact sheet.

Click here to review a copy of the McGuire Operable Unit 3 Proposed Plan.  Click here for a short fact sheet on the Operable Unit 3 Proposed Plan.  A public meeting to discuss the Proposed Plan was  held Wednesday, December 13, 6:30 p.m. at the Edward Holloway Senior Citizen and Community Center, Main Street, Cookstown, NJ.  Click here to review the presentation on the Proposed Plan given at the meeting.  The community can provide comments at the meeting or submit comments through January 23 by emailing or mailing them to Mr. Curt Frye at the addresses in the Proposed Plan and fact sheet.

The Air Force also maintains an Administrative Record of key environmental documents.  Click here to view the Administrative Record documents. You can also review the documents at the following libraries:

 

Westampton Branch, Burlington County Library
2 Pioneer Boulevard
Westampton, NJ 08060

609.267.9660

 

Ocean County Library
101 Washington Street
Toms River, NJ  08753

732.349.6200