Next RAB Meeting
Department of Navy currently has both meeting and travel restrictions in place. Since there is no indication that the restrictions will be lifted in the foreseeable future, we need to use online meeting tools.
November 2020 RAB Meeting Presentations
- Welcome and Introduction
- Site 7 – Fuel Depot Update and Five Year Review
- Site 2 – Former Fire Training Area and Site 6A – Southern Area 2020 Field Activities Update
- Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Remedial Investigation, Site 2 – Former Fire Training Area
- Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Site Inspection, Facility Wide
Figures – Soil and Groundwater Analytical Results
- Peconic River Area Analytical Results, Site 6A – Southern Area
- 2020 Soil Sampling Locations and Results, Site 2 – Former Fire Training Area
- 2020 Vertical Profile Borings and Groundwater Grab Sampling Results, Site 2 – Former Fire Training Area
- 2020 Soil Sampling Locations and Results, Noise Suppression House
What is the Restoration Advisory Board (RAB)?
The RAB gives the community access to information about the progress of the Navy’s ERP activities at NWIRP Calverton. The RAB concept allows an interested subset of the local community to become educated on the often highly technical aspects of the planning, investigation, and risk management decisions and actions of specific Navy ERP Sites and provide advice to the decision makers based on common issues and concerns of the local community. The RAB will also act as a liaison group, disseminating information to the community and soliciting the community for comments. The RAB is not a decision-making board, but a valuable resource in ensuring local knowledge, issues, and concerns are considered and incorporated where appropriate into the Navy’s planning and execution of the ERP at NWIRP Calverton. The Navy will consider all advice provided by the RAB, whether offered as a consensus or by individual members.
What do I do as a RAB Member?
Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) members serve as volunteers and are expected to attend all RAB meetings. Duties and responsibilities will include discussing the activities and providing community input on local issues related to the Installation Restoration Program at NWIRP Calverton. Members will be expected to be available to community members and groups to facilitate the exchange of information and/or concerns between the community and the RAB. RAB community members can expect to devote approximately 10 to 12 hours per year to support the RAB.
How do I become a RAB Member?
Click here for the application.
For questions please contact the NAVFAC Mid Atlantic PAO at:
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