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August 11, 2014

City, county officials “concerned” about 2016 Ft. Campbell sequestration

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The City of Clarksville and Montgomery County Government asks for the public’s help in voicing concern about the potential drawdown of Ft. Campbell personnel through the 2016 sequestration.

Sign the support letter online at Montgomery County’s homepage and make your voice heard.

Upon signing and submitting the online letter, it will be automatically sent to the following Tennessee Congressmen:

  • Phil Roe
  • Jimmy Duncan
  • Chuck Fleischmann
  • Scott DesJarlais
  • Jim Cooper
  • Diane Black
  • Marsha Blackburn
  • Stephen Fincher
  • Steve Cohen

City officials ask for your help in making the cuts to Ft. Campbell minimal. Please spread the word…the more letters receive of support, the better.

Comments on the Supplemental Programmatic Environmental Assessment and/or Draft Finding of No Significant Impact for Army 2020 Force Structure Realignment are requested to be submitted to U.S. Army Environmental Command, ATTN: SPEA Public Comments, 2450 Connell Road (Building 2264), Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-7664 or via email. Inquiries may also be made via phone by calling 210-466-1590 or toll-free 855-846-3940.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Black, Montgomery County Communications Director, at 931-648-8482 or Jennifer Rawls, City of Clarksville Communications Director at 931-648-6128.

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