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The Municipal Building has been a hot topic for Los Alamos residents ever since the old building near Ashley Pond was demolished. Plans for a new Municipal Building are moving along, much to the chagrin of some residents.
Petitions have been circulated, signed and presented to council in an effort to get councilors to reconsider the decisions made regarding the building. Now there’s a new petition that’s come before council that questions whether councilors followed the county’s Capital Improvement Projects process.
During Tuesday night’s meeting at Fire Station No. 3 in White Rock, councilors — with the exception of Vice Chair Sharon Stover, who was absent — listened to a brief presentation by Los Alamos resident Patricia Max. Max initiated a petition, signed by 15 Los Alamos County residents, that asks council to discuss how the Municipal Building’s design and construction process is consistent with the Capital Improvement program. She claims that the project did not follow the CIP process.
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