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The Fort Campbell Garrison is delivering on its commitment to improve Family housing in concert with the Army’s Military Housing Privatization Initiative. Lendlease-Campbell Crossing presented and received the Army’s approval of an $87.4 million out-year development plan to construct 144 new…

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Yolanda McDaniel, deputy chief of Fort Campbell’s Housing Division, Directorate of Public Works, said one way the staff of the Housing Services Office advocates for Soldiers and their Families is through educating them about their legal rights when entering into lease agreements.

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Strengthening relationships with off-post landlords, property managers and realtors by educating them about housing laws that protect service members is one of the many ways the staff of Fort Campbell’s Housing Services Office advocates for Soldiers and their Families.

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The staff of Fort Campbell’s Housing Services Office provides counseling and assistance to help Soldiers smoothly transition whether they have permanent change of station, expiration term of service or temporary duty assignment orders.

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The Feb. 24 housing town hall at Wilson Theater provided Fort Campbell residents an opportunity to speak directly to representatives of Lendlease/Campbell Crossing as well as the leadership from 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell, and the Directorate of Public Works, Housing Division.

Quality assurance is a key function of any government project oversight. Your government housing office provides many necessary inspections to ensure the privatized housing project company Campbell Crossing LLC is providing safe living conditions and upholding the agreements established by t…

Quality Assurance (QA) is a key function of any government project oversight. Fort Campbell’s Public Works Housing Office has hired three government quality assurance inspectors since the Senate Armed Services Committee heard housing residents’ testimony last February regarding the condition…

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