Housing maintenance funding shortfalls addressed

USAG Stuttgart Public affairs Office
Previous funding shortfalls in the Army-wide family housing maintenance budget have been addressed. This means that priority 2 and 3 work orders are now being fulfilled.
The USAG Stuttgart housing office is currently working through a considerable backlog of priority 2 and 3 work orders and expects to have them completed within the next few months. Priority 1 work orders (those affecting life, health or safety) will continue to take priority and be handled in accordance with the housing office’s standard procedures.
Additionally, the housing office is now providing full Change of Occupancy Maintenance services to all housing categories. This will ensure that service members and their families receive clean, maintained and ready to move-in government quarters.
“The past few months have been difficult for everyone concerned in regards to housing maintenance issues and the ability to actively work routine service orders,” said Glenn Mitchell, USAG Stuttgart director of housing services. “The community has been very patient and understanding, and we’re thrilled to get back to providing the high level of service our families truly deserve.”