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The letter by Vincent Chiravalle in the Monitor (“Trinity Site not good for county,” Sept. 9) includes several misconceptions about the issues surrounding the public/private partnership and construction of the new municipal building and commercial building at the 15th and Trinity site. His letter imputes certain motivations to the Los Alamos Co-operative Market (LACM) Board of Directors that are inaccurate, and the board would like to clarify our position.
First, the letter seems to imply that the LACM Board is somehow influencing the decisions about county’s financial contribution to underground parking and even influencing the entire public/private endeavor at the site. This is incorrect. The LACM has been invited by the developers, Deponte Investments, to be an anchor tenant of the commercial building because it would be one popular, vibrant business among several there that will further downtown redevelopment goals set by the county.
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