Navy gets go-ahead for $150 million plan to move ammunition wharf at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach

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Navy gets go-ahead for $150 million plan to move ammunition wharf at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach

Less than a week after a final environmental assessment found that reconfiguration would have “no significant impacts on the quality of human, natural or cultural environment, the U.S. Navy announced that a $150 million plan to relocate the ammunition wharf at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach and create a new boating channel would go forward.  The OC Register has the story.

For those looking for a little light reading at the beach over the holiday, here’s the link to the 356-page environmental assessment.

 

Navy gets go-ahead for $150 million plan to move ammunition wharf at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach

A $150 million plan to relocate the ammunition wharf at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach and create a new boating channel can move forward, after an environmental assessment determined it would not negatively affect surrounding communities or wildlife.

 

Author: losaltv

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