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The county council needs your help! Jim West’s resignation created a vacant seat on the seven-member council responsible for local government.
Our charter requires the remaining six to appoint a “qualified voter” to serve through December 2010. Would you or someone you know make a good councilor?
Council is a great way to serve our community. It is also a major commitment of time and energy.
There are major topics on council’s plate. Contracts to redevelop the Trinity Site must be completed. The White Rock Master Plan is being transformed into specific projects.
The Municipal Building needs to be replaced. The fate of the West Jemez Bypass road project needs to be resolved. How do we sustain a strong local economy and our intellectually vitality? How do we afford it all, or can we? The list goes on.
Dozens of other matters are important to smaller segments of our community or in simply overseeing the business of county government.
Tuesday evening council meetings are the most visible and formal manifestation of the job. They are the “tip of the iceberg.”
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