GRAYLING – – Area Law Enforcement students from NMC & Kirtland College test out their tactical driving skills on the garrison driving track during the next two weeks. Except for sirens and squealing tires, “South Camp” Ranges located west of Lake Margrethe will be quiet until Friday.
Expect to hear small arms and machine gun fire from Ranges 1-19, Friday morning through the weekend. Northeast of the city is Camp Grayling’s Range 30 Complex, or MPRC. The MPRC will have blank fire training only that may be heard by residents along Jones Lake Road. All Roads and trails will be open to civilian traffic this week, including Stephen Bridge Road and points east. Camp Grayling’s Range 40 Complex, and Air to Ground Range, will be active during Sunday only. Demolition and observation aircraft will be utilizing the range and the airspace in and around the 40 Complex.
Residents should expect to hear intermittent booms when demo explodes. For public safety roads and trails adjacent to the Range 40 Complex will be closed during this period. Worth mentioning is the new construction of Camp Grayling’s Fitness Center. New construction is ongoing and is expected to be fully operational by this fall.
Find out about this and more about what’s going on at Camp Grayling. Just search @campgraylingmi on Facebook. For the most current information on the CERCLA PFAS Investigation, search Camp Grayling Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) or follow the link for more information libguides.kirtland.edu/grayling_pfas.
For more info call 989-344-6100