NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to the Fort Monmouth site restoration records website. This news feed will be updated periodically with information on upcoming public meetings, announcements regarding new documents available for public review and comment, and other developments regarding the Fort Monmouth BRAC site. Check back frequently for updates.

FIVE YEAR REVIEW  – EVANS AREA

January 10, 2023

The U.S. Army has prepared this fourth five-year review for the Fort Monmouth Evans Area that addresses the period from August 2016 to July 2021. The assessment of this five-year review is that the implemented remedy is functioning as intended and continues to protect human health and the environment. This fourth five-year review was performed pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, which requires remedies which leave waste in place to be reviewed no less than every five years.

You may view the Evans Area five-year review report by clicking “View Report” below. To submit comments or questions regarding this report, click “Submit Comments” below and select “Site Restoration Records or Public Comment” as the topic of your message.

PROPOSED PLAN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT – SIX SITES

October 27, 2022

The U.S. Army is presenting this Proposed Plan for the public to review and comment regarding no further action (NFA) proposed for six sites at Fort Monmouth (FTMM): Parcel 71 PCB Area (also referred to as the Gosselin Area), FTMM‐59 (Parcels 41 and 43), Parcel 70, Parcel 82, Parcel 97, and Underground Storage Tank (UST) 490. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is the state support agency under the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP, 40 CFR Part 300) for FTMM. The U.S. Army, in consultation with NJDEP, will make the final selection of the response action for these sites after consideration of public input.

The U.S. Army has prepared this Proposed Plan to present to the public the remedy selected by NJDEP. This Proposed Plan provides the rationale for the NFA determination and describes the public involvement process for these six sites: Parcel 71 PCB Area, FTMM‐59 (Parcels 41 and 43), Parcel 70, Parcel 82, Parcel 97, and UST 490. The Proposed Plan can be viewed at the link below. The U.S. Army will accept comments on the Proposed Plan during the public comment period of October 27, 2022 through November 28, 2022. To submit comments, click the link below and select “Site Restoration Records or Public Comment” as the topic of your message.