Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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Tuesday morning, Belvoir’s Pence Gate reopened to traffic. Although the initial timeline was for up to six weeks, through mid-November, construction to lower the section near Pence Gate took less than three weeks.

Pence Gate will be open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends. Tulley Gate will remain the 24-hour, visitor and delivery gate.

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Construction starts Oct. 24 for a new, North Post access control point on Fort Belvoir.

Access along Meade Road, Constitution Road, and Black Road on North Post will be closed to through traffic and the construction is expected to last about 16 months.

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$10 per pay period can help plant 240 trees. $20 can provide health-care services for 24 mothers and their babies, from pregnancy to post-delivery.
$50 can vaccinate 960 children against polio.

Those are just some of the examples of how the government’s annual fundraising campaign, the Combined Federal Campaign, can help a variety of recipients. For 55 years, federal employees have contributed more than $8 billion through CFC.

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Anyone who sees suspicious activity on Fort Belvoir, or wherever they are, should report it, according to Belvoir’s Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security.

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At a recent community meeting involving Fairfax County Public Schools, Fort Belvoir residents and garrison staff, there were a number of questions about the status of Meeres Gate and whether or not it would be open to accommodate traffic associated with Fort Belvoir Elementary School. Meeres Gate is no longer safe to use because of the speed and volume of traffic along Jeff Todd Way. Additionally, the gate does not comply with Defense Department standards for force protection and anti-terrorism measures in place at all of Belvoir’s other access control points.

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