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Feedback sought for water study at Andersen AFB

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NAVFAC Marianas reminds the public they have a few days left to comment on Phase II of a water well development study at Andersen Air Force Base. As part of the Marines' relocation, the military is looking to provide on average 1.2 million gallons of potable water per day to support the increase in personnel, facilities and operations. Comments may be submitted via email to criwebcomment@navy.mil.

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The last day to submit a comment is March 28.

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