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UTAH NATIONAL GUARD
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PUBLIC NOTICE

FINDING OF SUITABILITY TO TRANSFER

The Department of the Army proposes to transfer 777.83 acres of federal property within Camp Williams, Utah to the Utah State Armory Board. The property is to be transferred in accordance with Section 2846, Land Conveyance, Army Property, Camp Williams, Utah, of Senate Bill 3001, the Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009. In accordance with the legislative language, the purpose of the conveyance is to further the interest of national security and the property conveyed will be used for military purposes only.

In compliance with Section 120(h) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, the Army has prepared an Environmental Baseline Survey (EBS) and a Finding of Suitability for Transfer (FOST) in support of this transfer. The FOST is the Army’s determination that the property is uncontaminated and suitable for transfer under Section 120(h)(4) of CERCLA, and is based on an extensive review of the environmental condition of the property in consultation with state environmental regulators.

The signed FOST and EBS will be available for public review for 30 days at:

Herriman City Library

5380 W. Main Street

Herriman UT, 84096

For more information, contact Mr. Robert Price, Utah National Guard, Environmental Resources Management, 12953 South Minuteman Drive, Draper, Utah 84020; phone (801) 432-4454; or email robert.price51.nfg@mail.mil