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...

Sewer deal reached for Army site

Published in The Asbury Park Press on August 22, 2002 By John A. Harnes Page B4 WALL – A compromise has been reached on replacing the sewers needed to re-open the historic buildings at Camp Evans as part of a preservation project proposed by  INFOAGE Inc., a...

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...

Wall prepares to receive Army base

Published in The Coast Star on March 8, 2001 Page 17Web note: The actual transfer of the Marconi Hotel and buildings in area B did not occur until 2004 Township continues battle with Army for sewers By Desiree A. DiCorcia     After an eight-year remediation effort,...

Cleaning up a landmark

Published in The Asbury Park Press on March 17, 2000 Page A24EDITORIALS by W. Raymond Ollwerther, Executive Editor Remnants of the technological advances that made Camp Evans a vital defense research installation now pose a financial obstacle to opening an education...