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CCCC Harnett provost excited about BRAC

11.11.2008College & Community

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CCCC Harnett provost excited about BRAC

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Members of the BRAC Regional Task Force received an update on the status of the changes being brought about locally by the U.S. Department of Defenseís Base Realignment and Closure initiative. As part of the BRAC, the DOD is relocating the U.S. Army Forces Command and Reserve Command from Fort McPherson, Georgia, to Fort Bragg. The RTF comprises representatives from governments, business, education, and the community from the 11 counties around Fort Bragg. Its purpose is to work with the military and state and federal governments in supporting the BRAC while improving the economy and quality of life in the RTF area. The RTF met for its annual meeting Oct. 30 at Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, in Fayetteville. Among those attending were (from left) Paul Dordal, BRAC RTF executive director; Bill Tyson, Harnett provost for Central Carolina Community College and a member of BRACís Education Committee: and Tim McNeill, Harnett County commissioner and chairman of the BRAC RTF. 

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