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Guide to the Presidio Trust Enviromental Remediation Collection
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Description
Contains environmental reports and studies, some focused on particular buildings and complexes, and some focused on particular hazards, such as lead-based paint and underground storage tanks. Most items are in large binders. The collection is not complete. Additional items may be added.
Background
In 1996 the Presidio Trust Act created the Presidio Trust, which is a wholly owned federal government corporation. The purposes of the Trust are to preserve and enhance the Presidio as a national park and to ensure that the Presidio becomes financially self-sufficient by 2013 (i.e., generate sufficient revenue without any federal appropriation to fund long-term operating and maintenance costs). The U.S. Army occupied the Presidio for 148 years before closing its post in 1994. As part of an environmental cleanup agreement the U.S. Army will supply the Trust with $100 million dollars to provide for fast-track restoration of areas impacted by the military's use of the site. In accordance with this agreement, in August 1999 the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) collection at East Fort Baker was transferred to the Trust and has been renamed the Presidio Trust Environmental Remediation Collection. This collection will continue to grow as remediation projects are completed.
Restrictions
Copyright has not been assigned to the Institute of Governmental Studies Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head Librarian of the Institute of Governmental Studies Library. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Institute of Governmental Studies Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Availability
Collection is open for research.