Navy Provides Response to Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

by Mike Welding 12th March 2019

The Secretary of the Navy has responded to the comments from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP).  The Navy agrees with ACHP on a number of comments and plans to provide the National Park Service with funds ($887,000) to support Ferry House preservation and to install historical interpretive signs within the Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve. 


The Navy is committed to ensuring that it remains a good neighbor with the local communities surrounding our installations while at the same time meeting our urgent national defense priorities.  A copy of the Navy's response to the ACHP follows and is available on the Growler Environmental Impact website.




Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 10:37pm.
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