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O'Hare Air Reserve Station, IL

EPA RPM: Karen Mason-Smith , (312) 886-6150, mason-smith.karen@epa.gov

State RPM: Donald Harrision 217-524-5953, epa4237@epa.state.il.us
IEPA RPM: Andrew Jankowsk i 217-785-6020, epa4413@state.il.us
DoD BEC: David Strainge 207-328-7109 dstraing@afbda1.hq.af.mil

see also: OSWER's page for this site


This map presents the site location.

Significant Issues - (April-June 2003):

  • Congressional: None at this time.
  • High profile items: None at this time.
  • Delays in Environmental Restoration Actions: None at this time

Issues Impacting Reuse/Transfer: None at this time.


 
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Major BCT achievements or issues:

  • Technology Optimization, Partnering, Property Transfer:
    1. Achievements.
      The BCT is working very well with the City and other community stakeholders to address the community's concerns. The City is interested in reusing and redeveloping some of the FOST property for expansion of the O'Hare International Airport. The BCT will meet with one of the City of Chicago's attorneys and the Army on July 9, 2003, to discuss U.S. Army Reserve Fort Dearborn's Construction Completion Report for Various Sites. U.S. Army Reserve Fort Dearborn is located on property adjacent to O'Hare Air Reserve Station at O'Hare International Airport.

      The BCT has worked together and accomplished saving time and money by accelerating the review process for Fort Dearborn's Construction Completion Report (CCR). U.S. EPA submitted comments for the Fort Dearborn CCR on June 17, 2003.

    2. Issues. None at this time
  • Community Activities (e.g., RAB and statutory community involvement activities):
    1. Achievements. None at this time.
    2. Issues . None at this time.

  • Any relevant installation issues not covered elsewhere: None at this time.

  • Staffing/Funding Issues:
    1. None at this time

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