This is our final project update. This is for the week ending August 27th.
USACE has completed the remediation and restoration efforts at the 4825 Glenbrook Road project area. We want to thank you again for your participation and support over the years. It has been our honor to work on such an important remediation project.
Early in the week, the fencing contractor finished installing the remaining fence panels, completing the privacy fence at 4825 Glenbrook Road.
On Wednesday, we removed the remaining silt fence along Glenbrook Road, and the property owner later mowed the new grass, for the second time. The grass is filling in and the site restoration is complete (see photo).
Our offsite team continued to work on the Site-Specific Final report, and completion is anticipated by early October 2021. When completed, the final report will be available on the USACE Baltimore District website, as well as at the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Branch Library’s reference desk, located at 4450 Wisconsin Ave, NW.
If you have a question about USACE’s remediation efforts in Spring Valley, please notify us by email or phone call. Also, you can keep up to date on our other Spring Valley FUDS project efforts at our website: https://www.nab.usace.army.mil/Home/Spring-Valley/ . You are also welcome to attend the next Spring Valley FUDS Restoration Advisory Board meeting, which will be held online via WebEx on September 14th at 7pm.
Photo of 4825 Glenbrook Road site restoration completed week of Aug. 27, 2021
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