Completion of Army work at Camp Evans is delayed

  Published in The Coast Star December 14, 2003 By Katherine A Czeck Page 3 Despite a tough battle, the Camp Evans closure appeared to be going smoothly for quite awhile, as the transferring of property was expected to approach completion sometime in 2007. Yet,...

Wall Township now owns 17 acres of Camp Evans

Published in The Coast Star on September 2, 2004 Page 8, cont. 51 By Fred Carl      On Aug. 25, the U.S Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure office transferred the first 17 acres of the 37-acre Camp Evans Historic District to Wall Township [see related...

Army agrees to Evans sewer replacement

Published in The Coast Star on October 31, 2002 By  Andrea  Agardy Page 1, cont. 18 After being a point of contention for several years, the United States Army and Wall Township have reached  an agreement in which the sanitary sewers in the historic section of Camp...

Lack of upkeep at Camp Evans decried

Published in The Coast Star on May 23, 2002 Page 1, cont. page 6 By Andrea Agardy     Camp Evans in Wall Township was recently listed on Preservation New Jersey’s 2002 10 Most Endangered Historic Sites in New Jersey.      Camp Evans, a 100-acre parcel of land in...

Army says no to lead paint removal

Published in The Coast Star on April 27, 2000 Page 1, cont. pg 52By Desiree A. DiCorcia At Tuesday’s Restoration Advisory Board meeting [RAB],  the board rebuked the Army for refusing to remediate the lead-paint laden buildings at Camp Evans before it transfers...