Garrison commander briefs Elizabethtown officials on post changes
By Marty Finley
Monday, March 18, 2013 at 5:28 pm (Updated: March 19, 5:56 am)
Fort Knox’s garrison commander said a new medical wing could break ground by fall and a cost-cutting energy model will save millions of dollars annually for the installation once online.
Col. Bruce Jenkins said the post is pursuing a new clinic focused on outpatient procedures, the first phase of a larger project that eventually could replace Ireland Army Community Hospital. Jenkins unveiled details Monday evening for both initiatives during Elizabethtown City Council’s meeting.
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