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Re: Chain link fencing Thursday, January 17, 2008 9:18:58 PM

That's okay....I'll freakin' do everything....I am gone next Thursday and Friday to RGV. I took the "live meeting" training for the Corps website....good stuff. We need to identify who we want to take the training next Thursday "on-line". They will be glad they did. Obviously (b) and (b) but + think we (6) get some sector guys also. Access to maps and ROEs and graphs they can import (6) into powerpoint....pretty handy! ----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 21:08:35 2008 Subject: Re: Chain link fencing I fly back tomorrow but don't get into Dulles until after 3p. I'll be back to the Office Tuesday. ----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 21:02:32 2008 Subject: Re: Chain link fencing When will you be back? ----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 20:58:07 2008 Subject: Re: Chain link fencing

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(b) states that SBI had concerns and made comments during one of many site visits and thought it was (6) resolved or not an issue. We should ensure (b) (6) s in on the call because I'm sure he was involved and can explain the disconnect.
----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 19:59:36 2008 Subject: Fw: Chain link fencing I had already requested that info...here it is. ----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) L To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 19:15:07 2008 Subject: RE: Chain link fencing

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Take Care- (b) (6) -----Original Message----From: (b) (6) Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 4:42 PM To: (b) (6) Subject: Re: Chain link fencing

(b) that is exactly what I needed to know. One more thing...did any PF225 personnel ever say this was (6) issue...did it get brought up by EPT personnel to them? Just trying to get a handle on all sides. an Thanks.
----- Original Message ----From: (b) (6) To: (b) (6) Sent: Thu Jan 17 18:39:40 2008 Subject: RE: Chain link fencing

(b) (6) Let me expand on the 14 miles. When we talked I said I was giving an approximate mileage. 14 miles is the approximate length of this entire span of chain link.
To clarify and make it simple the entire K-2A project area is currently lined with a section of this 14 mile span of chain-link. K-2A is listed as 8.96 miles so approximately 8.96 miles of this chain link will be replaced under PF-225. Our proposed alignment for K-2A is in the exact same footprint as the existing chain link.

The chain-link at the POE is a completely separate issue as it is in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. K-2A runs through the El Paso and Ysleta AORs. I have never seen anything showing that fencing at the Santa Teresa POE was counted as primary fencing. If I wasn't able to clarify please give me a call. Take Care- (b) (6) -----Original Message----From: (b) (6) Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 4:15 PM To: (b) (6) Subject: Chain link fencing

(b) (6) more time...please. Is the 14 miles of chain link fencing 1)not part of this POE fence issue and 2)is One this 14 miles part of/within the PF225 laydown? By #2 I mean is it expected to be replaced by a PF225 project? Is so, what are the projects involved? I have heard it both ways and am confused. Please lay it out for me. Thanks. (b) (6)

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