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Washington State Whidbey Island Concerned Citizens


    Mission statement
:
 We are committed to a safe, healthy, sustainable environment now and for the future.

    
     As concerned citizens we believe our environment & health is being negatively affected in our community. Apathy lack of oversight and patterns of disinformation have led us to a tipping point.  It is our intent to inform the community with the truth and provide a rally point for change.    

 This is a health & public safety issue with the EA-18G from the noise levels in excess of 150 decibels & fuel they expend in to the environment.

 Please visit our download / LINK page for the noise studies and LINKS & Who to Contact about this issue

HIGH ALERT
Navy wants to conduct war games on Washington State Coast

Link to Comment page on USDNR website below
comments period ends NOV 28, 2014.(updated)

Pacific Northwest Electronic Warfare Range
Updated
10/24/2014
Comments can be submitted via email: gtwahl@fs.fed.us

Mail to: WAHL
1835 black Lake blvd South west
Olympia, WA 98512

Below is the link to help protect the peninsula

https://www.facebook.com/protectolypen

Article Jan 17,2014 Senator Murray, Representative Kilmer Introduce Legislation to Protect Olympic Peninsula.

http://kbkw.com/local-news/103079


I know this is a busy time of year but we can't let the NAVY destroy our National Forrest.

HIGH ALERT

Navy to Host Public Meetings on NAS Whidbey Island EIS for Additional 36 EA-18G

(Navy press release page
A Notice of Intent (NOI) will be published in the Federal Register on October 10, 2014, announcing the Navy’s intent to revise the scope of the ongoing Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for EA-18G Growler airfield operations at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island and to announce public scoping meetings. The EIS will now address the environmental impacts associated with the potential addition of up to 36 EA-18G Growler aircraft.

Meeting dates for: 
LOPEZ & Port Townsend

NAVY has expanded scoping meetings Lopez and port Townsend
 

UPDATED 11/14/2014

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Lopez Center for Community and Arts
204 Village Road
 Lopez Island, WA 98261 

Thursday, December 4, 2014
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Fort Worden Park Conference Center – Commons B and C
200 Battery Way
Port Townsend, WA 98368 

UPDATED: 11/14/2014 
All written comments must be postmarked or received (online) by January 9, 2015

1. Provide written comments at any of the scoping meetings
2. Speak with the stenographer, who will record oral comments at the scoping meetings
3. Submit comments 
electronically
4. Mail comments to:
     EA-18G Growler EIS Project Manager
     Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic
     6506 Hampton Boulevard
     Norfolk, VA 23508
     Attn: Code EV21/SS  

 

 

       

 

Northwest Training Complex

including a scoping period, open house information sessions, and public hearings to be held when the draft document is available for public review. All public comments are considered in the development of the EIS/OEIS.

LINK:  http://nwtteis.com/Home.aspx


Public Review and Comment on the Draft NWTT EIS/OEIS
The Draft EIS/OEIS is now available for public review. 

THE PUBLIC COMMENTING PERIOD ON THE DRAFT EIS/OEIS HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 15, 2014.

Here are some Sample talking point from the First Meeting of the NWTT.
 
CONCERNED ISLAND CITIZENS: COMING SOON


FREINDS OF the San Juans
FSJ cmts re Navy DEIS.pdf
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WEAN talking Points: COMMING SOON


Citizens of the Ebey's Reserve TALKING POINTS: COMMING SOON






 
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