LeVonne Stone, Executive Director
P.O. Box 361, Marina, CA 93933
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AT MILITARY SUPERFUND SITES
The Former Fort Ord: A Case Study
The Fort Ord Environmental Justice Network (FOEJN) was formed in 1995, as an outgrowth of community concerns over the cleanup and reuse efforts of the former Fort Ord Army Base. read more...
NATIONAL POLICY DIALOGUE COMMITTEE-WASHINGTON D.C. (PENTAGON)
Intra-Agency Environmental Justice Strategy Development Workshops Fort Ord, California
The National Policy Dialogue on Military Munitions Final Report is the end result of several years of discussions among The Department of Defense (DOD), and its stakeholders about their interests and concerns with the life-cycle of military munitions and military installations, and their effects on communities1, including those where environmental justice is a concern.
2006 BURN NEWS
Keep informated about what FOEJN and the Army are doing about the planned burns for fall of 2006. Click on the document link, to read the entire article
Citizens Call on Army to Better Protect the Parameter of the Munitions Sites (14Aug2006, PDF, 17 KB): FOEJN criticizes the Army's inability to protect the parameter of the impact area, in order to keep citizens from the unexploded ordnance.
FOEJN Response to Army's Replies to Prescribed Burn Reports (27Jul2006, PDF, 76 KB): Overall, these replies show a fundamental misunderstanding of the community's concerns, and a disregard of their technical basis. The community's health concerns are portrayed as completely unfounded, in a fashion that is not conducive to community involvement.
Taking Flyers Door-to-Door to Alert Residents of the Short Deadline to Sign Up for Relocation (19Jul2006, PDF, 58 KB): The people that we encountered hadn't heard anything about the burn or the relocation program, and were very grateful for the information.