The England Authority is happy to announce the receipt of a $1,301,942 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to be used for acquiring a new 3,000 gallon aircraft, rescue and firefighting vehicle; and to Rehabilitate Taxiway B. These two projects are the culmination of several years of planning and preparing to win these funds. Implementation of the projects will improv
LEESVILLE, La.--Army Environmental Command (AEC) has received more than 111, 210 comments from 30 defense communities across the United States to its assessment of the environmental and economic impacts of shrinking the service's active-duty end strength from 490,000 to 420,000 by 2020 .
Defense communities have submitted more than 108,000 comments to Army Environmental Command in response to the service’s assessment of the environmental and economic impacts expected from shrinking its active-duty end strength by 70,000 troops by 2020.
The England Authority continues its efforts to support Ft. Polk and increase public safety by renewing a Mutual Aid Agreement for the provision of emergency fire and rescue services at its August board meeting. In the event of severe circumstances either party may call for support to overcome the safety challenge at hand. Thank you Ft. Polk for being such a great neighbor.