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North Carolina National Guard Armory Transfers to the Town of Woodland


The Woodland Armory was divested from the North Carolina National Guard through a reversion process through the State Real Estate Office, The Council of State, and back to the original deed holder.


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Photo By CaptMatthew Boyle | Mayor for the Town of Woodland, Kenneth Manuel receives the keys for the North..... read more read more Photo By CaptMatthew Boyle | Mayor for the Town of Woodland, Kenneth Manuel receives the keys for the North Carolina National Guard Woodland Armory from LtCol Rodney Newton, the Construction and Facility Management Officer for the North Carolina National Guard, during an event to signify the transfer of ownership of the armory to the Town of Woodland on February 28th, 2018(U.SArmy photo by CaptMatthew Boyle)  see less | View Image Page WOODLAND, NC, UNITED STATES 02.28.2018 Story by CaptMatthew Boyle  North Carolina National Guard ✔ ✗ Subscribe 10 if (quickSubscribeIncluded == undefined) { var quickSubscribeIncluded = true; // only include this code ONCE per page $(document).ready(function() { $("a.newswire-subscribe").click(function(event) { event.preventDefault(); var element = $(this); var searchTerm = element.attr("id"); var searchType = element.attr("alert_type"); var href = element.attr("href"); var subscribed = parseInt(element.siblings('div.subscribed-count').html()); $.ajax({ type: "GET", url: "/alerts/quicksubscribe", context: this, data: {searchTerm: searchTerm, searchType: searchType}, success: function(data) { if (data == "please login") { window.location.href = href; } else if (data.result == "error") { UIkit.notify(data.message, {status:'danger', timeout : 0}); } else if (data.result == "success" && data.message == "unsubscribed") { element.removeClass("subscribed").removeClass("unsubscribe"); element.find("span.subscribe-text").html("Subscribe"); element.siblings('div.subscribed-count').html(subscribed - 1); element.find("span.bell").show(); element.find("span.checkmark, span.x").hide(); } else if (data.result == "success" && data.message == "subscribed") { element.addClass("subscribed"); element.find("span.subscribe-text").html("Subscribed"); element.siblings('div.subscribed-count').html(subscribed + 1); element.find("span.bell").hide(); element.find("span.checkmark").show(); } } }); }); $(document).on("mouseenter", "a.newswire-subscribe.subscribed", function(event) { $(this).addClass("unsubscribe"); $(this).find("span.subscribe-text").html("Unsubscribe"); $(this).find("span.x").show(); $(this).find("span.checkmark").hide(); }); $(document).on("mouseleave", "a.newswire-subscribe.subscribed", function(event) { $(this).removeClass("unsubscribe"); $(this).find("span.subscribe-text").html("Subscribed"); $(this).find("span.x").hide(); $(this).find("span.checkmark").show(); }); }); } WOODLAND, N.C– The North Carolina Army National Guard transferred the Woodland Armory during an informal event to the Town of Woodland on February 28th, 2018This transition is a part of the Installation Strategic Action Plan where the North Carolina National Guard is consolidating its facility footprint throughout the state into larger, multi-unit facilities based on demographic shifts in population centers over the last few decades and larger, upgraded Army equipment. Kenneth Manuel, Mayor for the Town of Woodland was present to accept the keys to the building“Today is really special, the relationship with National Guard goes back to 1961 and they have gone the extra mile to get this building in great condition for this transfer of ownership,” said Manuel The North Carolina National Guard has stood ready to protect the lives and property of the citizens of North Carolina for generationsThe transfer to the town of Woodland will not end the commitment to serving the state in times of need and disasterThe North Carolina National Guard will maintain a presence and relationships within the community, as well as remain postured to respond when needed. LtColRodney Newton, Construction and Facility Management Officer for the North Carolina National Guard explained the Readiness Center Transformation Master Plan (RCTMP) to dozens of local leaders and resident in attendance“The RCTMP is a consolidation effort to better serve the state and meet the needs of a modernized force,” said Newton The Woodland Armory was divested from the North Carolina National Guard through a reversion process through the State Real Estate Office, The Council of State, and back to the original deed holder LEAVE A COMMENT NEWS INFO Date Taken: 02.28.2018 Date Posted: 03.02.2018 10:53 Story ID: 267869 Location: WOODLAND, NC, US  Web Views: 52 Downloads: 0 Podcast Hits: 0 PUBLIC DOMAIN  

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