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Mr. Nunz, perhaps the council is listening but instead of listening to a select group as it has for years it’s starting to realize that there are many different people in Los Alamos and they haven’t been properly represented because council has spent too many years giving in to the loudest group of people in order to give them their way.
There is a new generation of people living in this town that don’t remember the “Good Old Days” when DOE took care of everything and they realize that this county has so sustain itself. There are young people and young families that feel that this town caters to the senior set and to some degree that is true.
I have nothing against caring for the seniors in this community – they deserve the best care and attention they can get but that doesn’t mean we ignore the rest of the population. I think the ones out of touch are those who feel a sense of entitlement to have things their way because they’ve been here since the beginning.
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