• City Council Postpones Decision on Concord Weapons Station Developer

    City Council Postpones Decision on Concord Weapons Station Developer0

    The Concord City Council on Tuesday opted to delay a decision to select Lennar Urban to lead the first phase of the redevelopment of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station in northern California. Lennar remains the only candidate in the competition after Catellus Development Corp. pulled out due to its loss of trust in the city’s selection process. The council will take up the matter again on April 13. City staff have recommended the council delay a decision and reopen negotiations with Lennar on a number of issues …

  • New Tower at Ft. Drum Airfield Stands Out0

    Fort Drum, N.Y., officials say the new $8 million air traffic control tower at Fort Drum’s Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield will improve safety and efficiency at the facility. “Bigger is not only better, but it gives us capabilities we wouldn’t otherwise be able to do,” said A. Joe White, chief of the airfield’s aviation division. “It’s the jewel of the installation.” At 160 feet, the new tower reportedly is the tallest in the Army and offers air traffic controllers a 360 degree view of the entire airfield, reported the Watertown Daily Times. Crews transferred operations to the new tower in December …

  • Senate Confirms Conger to Deputy Comptroller Post0

    The Senate on Monday confirmed John Conger, who has led DOD’s installations office for the past three years, to be the principal deputy to the Pentagon comptroller. Peter Potochney, currently Conger’s principal deputy, will take over on an interim basis, according to the DOD public affairs office. Last month, President Obama nominated Vice Adm. Philip Cullom to be assistant secretary of defense (ASD) for energy, installations and environment on a permanent basis …

  • Building Resilient Defense Communities

    Building Resilient Defense Communities0

    This year, ADC held Defense Community Regional Forums across the country, educating stakeholders on the important issues facing military installations as well as the strategies available to local leaders that can create sustainable partnerships. ADC is accepting community applications to host 2016 regional forums!

  • 2015 Policy Forum: Defining the Base of the Future

    2015 Policy Forum: Defining the Base of the Future0

    Join us at the University Club in Washington, DC on November 5, 2015. The Forum will convene DoD/Congressional leaders, state/community officials, and industry representatives to discuss the future of defense infrastructure and services.


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