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Forty, newly renovated military homes reopen at Fort Lee

Fort Lee, Virginia, celebrated the return of 40 newly renovated homes to its privatized family housing inventory on Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. A large crowd attended the ceremony, including Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, Col. Karen L. Watson, garrison commander, Jason Frenz, Hunt Military Communities vice president of development and Nancy Goodman, Hunt Military Communities director of operations. A two-year, $27 million effort to upgrade the oldest military family homes in Fort Lee to modern standards with upgraded amenities and reduced maintenance costs is nearing completion, according to Installation Housing Office Director Al Williams. He encouraged the audience to “think about the significance” of the moment. “[It’s] fulfillment of the Army’s promise to provide a quality of life for service members and their families that is commensurate with their honorable and patriotic decision to serve in our U.S. Armed For