Navy to hold meeting for disposal of aircraft carrier

Meeting will be Tuesday, June 25 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Mountain View Middle School in Bremerton

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The U.S. Navy is inviting the public to attend an open house scoping meeting to learn about the environmental impact analysis being prepared for the disposal of the decommissioned, defueled Ex-Enterprise aircraft carrier, including its naval reactor plants.

The public meeting consists of an open house poster session from 5–8 p.m. June 25 at Mountain View Middle School in Bremerton. Scoping meetings will provide the public with the opportunity to receive project-related information, ask questions of Navy representatives, and submit comments, including potential viable alternatives and environmental issues for analysis, a Puget Sound Naval Shipyard press release states.

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