- Drilling, installation and development of up to 17 new groundwater monitoring wells began the first week of December 2014 and expected to last approximately four months.
- These wells will be used to fill the remaining data gaps regarding the horizontal and vertical extent of the EDB plume.
- Of these wells, there will be five new well clusters, made up of a shallow, intermediate and deep well each, as well as one to two probe wells to confirm the depth of the EDB plume.
- Drilling will occur on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Georgia Ave. SE and Kentucky St. SE between Anderson & Ross are closed to through traffic due to well installation activities
- These wells will be added to the regular quarterly sampling schedule performed on the plume.
The Air Force has processes in place for noise complaints and possible damage claims. If a home/property owner has a noise complaint, please contact the 377th Air Base Wing public affairs office at: 505-846-5991.
All home/property owner claims for monetary relief of damage and/or injury due to Bulk Fuels Remediation activity, to include noise complaints seeking monetary relief, should be submitted to the KAFB legal office. The POC information is:
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
2000 Wyoming Blvd., SE
Bldg 20604, Rm B-36
Kirtland AFB, NM 87117
When contacting the Staff Judge Advocate's office, claimants will need to identify that they are filing a claim for damage or injury due to the Bulk Fuels Remediation activity. The claims office will have the claimant complete and file a Standard Form 95, Claim for Damage, Injury or Death (available on the GSA website at http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/100000). When submitting the form, the claimant should also submit photos and/or other evidence documenting the damage and/or injury. Once received, the claim will be reviewed and a decision issued by this office if the claim is less than $5,000.00. Any claim exceeding $5,000.00 will be forwarded to the Air Force Claims Center (JACC) for review and processing.