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Posts Tagged ‘economic development conveyance’

Army’s Sudden Transfer of Ft. Monroe Property Alarms LRA

  • March 31, 2013
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The Army unexpectedly transferred 313 acres at the former Fort Monroe on Thursday to the site’s LRA, leaving a series of unanswered questions regarding the ongoing environmental cleanup, the border of the property reverting to Virginia and other matters. The Army and state officials had been discussing for more than a year the terms of how the Army would transfer the portion of the 570-acre post slated to revert to the commonwealth. The negotiations were intended to resolve who is responsible for the cleanup, long-term building maintenance, and the transfer of utilities and roads, reported the Daily Press …

Horsham LRA to Serve as Master Developer for Willow Grove Redevelopment

  • March 25, 2013
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The LRA for the former Naval Air Station Willow Grove intends to act as master developer for the 862-acre property, and now is preparing an application for an economic development conveyance to obtain the entire site. The LRA’s consultant, Matrix Design Group, is working on the project’s business plan, which it plans to complete later this year. The Navy and the Horsham LRA likely won’t complete negotiations over an EDC before March 2014 …

Munitions Contractor Agrees to Continue Operations at Closed Kansas Ammo Plant

  • March 11, 2013
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After more than seven years of negotiations with the Army, the munitions manufacturer at the former Kansas Army Ammunition Plant on Saturday accepted the Army’s terms for purchasing 4,112 acres at the site, allowing it to continue operating the plant and preserving the jobs of 150 employees. The move provides a tremendous boost for Labette County in southeastern Kansas, which had been bracing to lose the company’s operation when negotiations over the sale came to a halt earlier this year. At that point, the Army gave Day & Zimmermann until July 31 to suspend operations and vacate the property …

Rantoul Nears End of Wait for Chanute AFB Property

  • February 20, 2013
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When it comes to the cleanup of the former Chanute Air Force Base, located about 120 miles southwest of Chicago, the village of Rantoul soon will be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The Air Force still is cleaning up the base 20 years after it closed, but several parcels should be ready for transfer this year, reports the Rantoul Press. The first transfer of 53 acres, part of the village’s airport property, should be completed this spring. The next transfer will include 180 acres near the Rantoul Business Center and a sports complex. The Air Force plans to transfer the remainder of the property to the village next year, according to the story. First, though, officials from the Air Force and Rantoul need to sign an economic development conveyance.

Navy Closes in on Final Transfer of Roosevelt Roads to Puerto Rico

  • January 7, 2013
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The Navy last month conveyed two parcels totaling 2,036 acres at the former Naval Station Roosevelt Roads to the commonwealth of Puerto Rico via an economic development conveyance, marking the final property transfer at the base located on the island’s eastern tip. The Navy had conducted public auctions for those parcels on two previous occasions, but neither attempt resulted in a suitable bid …

California Panel Approves Exchange Agreement for Alameda Point

  • October 23, 2012
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The California State Lands Commission last week approved an exchange agreement for Naval Air Station Alameda, helping pave the way for redevelopment of the parcel now known as Alameda Point. The deal call for lands along the waterfront to be placed in the public trust, a first step toward opening public access to the waterfront and attracting maritime commerce. Interior lands under the agreement will be removed from the public trust and allowed to be developed …

LRA for Kansas Plant Marks Grand Opening of Great Plains Industrial Park

  • October 11, 2012
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Kansas officials on Thursday held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the opening of the Great Plains Industrial Park, the redevelopment project at the former Kansas Army Ammunition Plant in southeast Kansas. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, Sen. Jerry Moran and Rep. Lynn Jenkins spoke at the ceremony that marked the beginning of efforts to attract tenants to the site. “To be on the ground floor of something like this is fantastic,” said Dan Goddard …

Kansas Ammo Plant LRA Looks ahead to Vibrant Industrial Park

  • October 4, 2012
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The Great Plains Development Authority next week will hold a formal ceremony celebrating the transfer of much of the former Kansas Army Ammunition Plant and marking the beginning of the LRA’s effort to attract economic activity to the Great Plains Industrial Park. “Now the exciting part starts,” said the authority’s executive director, Dan Goddard, reported the Salina Journal. “Actually, most of the work is ahead of us …

Plattsburgh Redevelopment Nearing End Zone after Conveyance Completion

  • September 26, 2012
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The Plattsburgh Airbase Redevelopment Corp. is “at the 3-yard line,” President and CEO Bruce Steadman told its board of directors this week, according to the Press-Republican newspaper.

The Air Force last week officially transferred to Clinton County, N.Y., the final parcel of the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base…

Horsham LRA Needs Consultant to Assist with EDC Application

  • September 20, 2012
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The newly created Horsham Land Redevelopment Authority is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to assist it in preparing an economic development conveyance application for the approximately 862 acres of surplus property at the former Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove, Pa. Guidelines detailing form and content requirements for the proposal can be requested by contacting Colleen Wilson at cwilson@horsham.org …

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