Unit HomeResourcesLaurel Bay Health Study
Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

 

Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

"The Noise You Hear, is the Sound of FREEDOM."
Laurel Bay Health Study
Public Health Review Complete, Available Below 
           

Public Health Review

 

Fact Sheet

           

For questions regarding the PHR report, please contact MCAS Beaufort at: LaurelBayHealthStudy@usmc.mil or leave a message at the MCAS Beaufort community response line: 843-228-6229.

This page will be updated as more information is available 

Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort is aware of the allegations and claims in the lawsuit filed by former residents of Laurel Bay against AMCC. We are maintaining this website as the best place for us to provide you with the most accurate and timely information that is available.

It remains our priority to ensure that safe, healthy, worry-free homes are available to you, on base. The Question and Answer link remains in operation and we will assist you in getting your questions answered.

** 31 October 2018 -- As part of the ongoing investigation of former heating oil tanks that were removed from Laurel Bay residences, groundwater monitoring wells will be installed outside of several residences (list is included on the right of this webpage under Permanent Monitoring Well Installation, Development, and Sampling Schedule).  Groundwater is not the source of drinking water in Laurel Bay; thus this work does not affect the drinking water. Laurel Bay drinking water is provided by Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority, the same water provider that serves all of Beaufort County.  Work is scheduled to occur between 01 Nov 2018 and 21 Dec 2018 and will be accomplished between the hours of 0800 and 1600.  The work will include installation of the wells followed by sampling of the wells a few days later.  

 

** 20 July 2018 - Two out-of-service underground heating oil storage tanks (USTs) were discovered and became known to us this month at legacy homes in Laurel Bay.  The Air Station immediately initiated efforts to properly remove the storage tanks and will adhere to the established removal and environmental testing procedures, approved by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), which have previously been used for tank removal.  In consultation with SCDHEC, MCAS Beaufort is taking this opportunity to validate UST locating techniques.   


Providing a healthy and worry free home environment is a priority for the United States Marine Corps and this Command.  We remain firmly committed to the process of removing underground storage tanks from Laurel Bay and investigating any potential impacts.

 

 

 

MORE INFORMATION

 

Laurel Bay Town Hall Meeting | Jan. 17, 2017
Laurel Bay Town Hall Meeting | Jan. 18, 2017
Laurel Bay Town Hall Meeting - Jan. 17, 2017

 

 

-To View/Download video above click this link (DVIDS)

 

Laurel Bay Town Hall Meeting - Jan. 18, 2017

 

 

-To View/Download video above click this link (DVIDS)