The purpose of the Sharpe Permit Relinquishment Project is to return the land and improvements at the Sharpe Site to the Army. This is necessitated by DLA's scheduled move consolidating its operations from the Sharpe Site to its existing facilities at its nearby Tracy Site (Figure 1-1). The planned move also includes consolidating the excess inactive stock to DLA Distribution Barstow or other potential DLA facilities. Consolidation of the operations into one facility increases efficiency of DLA operations and reduces operational costs. The consolidation would not substantially alter non-DLA operations, and the federal government's ability to continue restoration efforts identified for the Sharpe Site would be maintained following the proposed permit relinquishment.
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