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On Friday, the Los Alamos County Council voted 6-0 to approve a proposal from the Pajarito Golf Group LLC to operate a restaurant in the golf course community building. Councilor Rick Reiss was unable to attend Friday’s meeting.
PGG is comprised of Patrick Mockler-Wood, Catherine Mockler and Dorota and Pawel Listwan, co-owners of the Pajarito Brew Pub and Grill. Menus completely distinct from those at brewpub are planned for the new venue.
The county can now proceed with some modest modifications to the venue that PGG has requested and the procurement process for outfitting the restaurant. Staff estimates it will be November before the restaurant is outfitted and ready for occupancy.
Councilor Pete Sheehey expressed some concern that PGG would provide space management services for the meeting/event room. PGG will retain 60 percent of service fees for the meeting room.
“I want it clearly understood by all that that community room is primarily space belonging to the community for public uses. It is not primarily a space for profit making activities,” Sheehey said.
County Administrator Harry Burgess assured Sheehey that use of the room would be dictated by county policies, which are currently being developed in consultation with PGG.
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