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The Los Alamos School Board has voted to restock its Master Planning Facilities committee and the public is invited to join.
Several years ago, using the truism “In order to know where you’re going, you have to know where you’ve been,” the Los Alamos School Board invented a committee to keep an eye on the state of its infrastructure.
Formed about eight years ago, the Twenty Year Facilities Committee’s main purpose was to report on the physical state of the school district’s facilities and to establish whether or not they were still serving their intended purpose.
Since 2006, the committee’s reports proved to be invaluable tools in convincing the public why it needed to OK construction bonds for Los Alamos Middle School and Aspen Elementary School.
In recent years, though, the committee has been inactive and some members have moved on to other projects and committees.
With that in mind, the school district’s chief operations officer, Joanie Ahlers, asked the school Board to consider restarting the committee.
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