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Notice #: 05523593


The Navy announces public meetings at the following locations. All meetings will start at 7 p.m.

July 20, 2006 Leeward Community College, Rm. BE-104
July 24, 2006 Waianae Public Library
July 25, 2006 Wahiawa Recreation Center

The meetings will discuss the Proposed Plans for the following sites:

Various Transformer Site Locations at Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific (NCTAMSPAC) and Pearl Harbor Naval Complex (PHNC), Oahu, Hawaii

Various Transformer Site Locations at Naval Magazine Pearl Harbor Lualualei Branch (NAVMAG PH Lualualei Branch), and Former Naval Air Station (NAS) Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii

On June 27, 2006, the Navy will begin a 30-day public comment period for both Proposed Plans. The public is encouraged to attend the public meetings on July 20, July 24, or July 25, 2006 where the Proposed Plans will be presented. Verbal and written comments may be provided at the public meetings. Interested agencies, individuals, and groups unable to attend the public meetings are encouraged to provide written comments no later than July 26, 2006. Copies of both Proposed Plans will be available at the Ewa Beach Public and School Library, Pearl City Public Library, and Waianae Public Library. The Proposed Plan for Various Transformer Site Locations at NCTAMSPAC and PHNC is also available at the Wahiawa Public Library.

Mail comments to:

Ms. Denise Emsley
Public Affairs Office
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Hawaii
400 Marshall Road, Code 09PA
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860-3139
Fax comments to: (808) 474-5479
Email comments to:

The Proposed Plans provide final remedy recommendations for 75 transformer sites at NCTAMSPAC, PHNC, NAVMAG PH Lualualei Branch, and Former NAS Barbers Point. Following environmental investigations and site cleanups, 59 of the transformer sites do not pose a threat to human health or the environment. Therefore, the Proposed Plans recommend that no further action is required for these sites. For the remaining 16 sites, the Propose Plan for Various Transformer Site Locations at NCTAMSPAC and PHNC recommends the implementation of Land Use Controls (LUC) for the protection of human health because contaminants were left in place with concentrations above established cleanup levels for unrestricted access. Five-year reviews will be conducted to confirm that the LUCs are being implemented effectively. (SB05523593 6/25/06)