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Michael Wismer is going after one of three county council seats coming vacant at year’s end. His decision follows a two-year hiatus from serving on the seven-member council.“The reason I didn’t run last time was my professional world,” Wismer said. “LANS was taking over the lab and I had been given the job to create a program that didn’t exist, stand it up and mature it with very few resources – and didn’t think I would have the time to do that and to devote to council.”Wismer works in security at Los Alamos National Laboratory and indicated he has the support needed to serve on council. “I have excellent bosses in Jack Killeen and Paul Sowa, and my work has stabilized, making this a good time to serve on council again,” he said. “It takes commitment and hard work and I’m ready to do that.”As a registered Independent, Wismer is prohibited from running for council during the primary by state law. Only Democrats and Republicans run in primaries.
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