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Logistics Command gets a makeover

By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A major renovation at MCLB Albany is a third complete. To show off the work that's already been accomplished at the Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters, officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.

The first floor was renovated with new office space and a new heat and air conditioning system. Colonel C.N. Haliday says the $16.7 Million renovation was essential to allow workers to support the troops better.

He said, "It's about readiness. It's about efficiency. It's about enabling he workforce to concentrate on their work and not worry about the conditions of their work environment."

The renovation began in 2008 and should be finished next year.

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