Military Matters

Civil Engineers’ Corner
Road work
From Monday to May 20, the asphalt will be repaired on Kisling roadway. Work will include Kisling Road from the west gate to the Kisling roadway exit to Landstuhl/Ramstein (L363). Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times. In the morning rush hours, two lanes will be available from the traffic circle to the west gate. In the afternoon rush hours, two lanes will be available from the  west gate to the traffic circle. Traffic delays are expected. Please adhere to speed limits and traffic signs. For questions or concerns, call the 86th Civil Engineers Squadron at 480-9043.

Positions available
The 86th Civil Engineers Squadron has E-5 and E-7 vacancies in unaccompanied housing. We are seeking highly motivated individuals interested in a unique experience that will develop their leadership, mentoring and management abilities and broaden their talents.  These positions are highly visible and require working with all levels of leadership. Interested individuals should contact Senior Master Sgt. Laura Salazar at the Dormitory Reception Center, Bldg. 2413, or call
480-3676 (DORM). 

Traffic circle construction
Construction of a permanent traffic circle at the intersection of  Lincoln Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue will be accomplished until May 24. The intersection will be completely blocked during this period. Traffic going north from the intersection will be routed via New York Avenue, Illinois Boulevard and California Avenue. Detour signs will be installed. Traffic going east from the intersection shall use NATO Circle, Wilson Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue. All surrounding facilities will be accessible. Please adhere to the 20 kph speed limit on New York Avenue, Illinois Boulevard and California Avenue. For details, call the 86th CES at 480-9043.

Housing Corner
Townhouse, Stairwell Building of the Month
Is your lawn green, groomed, edged, and free of weeds and clutter? If so, from May through September, you will be a candidate for the KMC Yard of the Month.
Mid month housing personnel will select three candidates from each category: townhouse and stairwell.

The 86th Airlift Wing command chief and the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern command sergeant major will then have the privilege of selecting each month’s winner.

Winners will have their accomplishment advertised in the Housing Newsletter, placed on the Housing Marquee’s, name and photo provided to the KA, winners sign placed in their front yard, and prizes provided by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Criteria evaluated includes exterior appearance, including trash/dumpster areas, condition of your building, stairwell and  storage/community/bike areas, driveways, sidewalks and curbs, weed control, and lawn care.