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    DES continues gate access discussion

    To mitigate confusion and community frustration, the Directorate of Emergency Services is partnering with the Garrison Public Affairs Office in the launch of an intensified publicity campaign for the new Army-mandated gate access procedures going into effect here in April.

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    Observance promotes financial well-being

    Military Saves Week –Feb. 23-28 – is an opportunity for military personnel and their families to assess their spending and savings habits and develop short- and long-term plans for getting out of debt while building a better nest egg for emergencies,

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    Lodge, ALU cafeterias close operations

    The cafeterias at the Army Logistics University and Fort Lee Lodge have ceased operations after Centerplate, the business that managed the facilities, opted to terminate its contract. John Harvard’s, a sports bar located adjacent to the lodge cafeteria, also has closed its doors.

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    Commissary ideal for budget-wise buyers

    In recognition of Military Saves Week, the Defense Commissary Agency here is reminding service members and their families of the great cost-saving benefit of its military grocery stores. The average family of four can save 30 percent or more on their overall annual grocery bill.

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    Lee Tax Assistance Center open

    The free services of the Fort Lee Tax Assistance Center – building 6052, Mekong Road, in the vicinity of the Post Field House – are now available. All Fort Lee community members with a military ID, to include retirees, can use the facility.

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COMMAND Command Spotlight Star SPOTLIGHT

Col. Thomas Bundt

Kenner No-Shows

Patient ‘no-shows” can potentially have a tremendous negative impact upon Kenner Army Health Clinic. In FY14, there were 10,174 no-show appointments, resulting in a loss of $814,750 in revenue. The immediate and long-term effects of chronic no-shows include the loss of critical medical staff, curtailing services, losses of productivity, as well as patients who need appointments not being able to receive them.

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