Installation reaches “very important milestone”

Installation reaches “very important milestone”

Article originally written by Laura Levering, Summarized by The Alliance for Fort Gordon

The U.S. Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon held a COVID Response Town Hall Thursday.

A lot of changes have occurred on the installation with regards to COVID-19 since the last town hall, which was held Sept. 17. The biggest change, according to Maj. Gen. Neil S. Hersey, Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon commanding general, was a decision to transition from Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie to HPCON Bravo. Hersey said he made the decision after having “close consultation” with military and medical leaders.

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  1. From a CSRA potential business perspective, this is very encouraging. One company, 178 employees, with 100 re-locating to CSRA/Augusta/Ft. Gordon. Consider their collective salaries in the upper 60K/per year or more, and potential for contributing to the tax base, local food, clothing, housing, utilities, and other associated business enterprises, and this becomes the essence of our growth, and the support of very important industries.
    From a governmentaal perspective, this provides the justifcation (at least partially) for improvements to infrastructure, such as widening and improving roads, realigning traffic patterns, planning for future residential and commercial plots in unincorporated areas, and anticipated growth in the tax base for schools, and emergency services.
    Thank you CSRA Alliance for providing the information in detail as to which companies are coming to our community, and providing the Governor’s welcome and encouragement. May the surrounding munincipalities welcome our new neighbors, and support them in integrating into and contributing to, our shared peace and prosperity.

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