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They may not have said much at the July 23 County Council meeting, but Los Alamos residents are giving councilors an earful now
Councilor Ralph Phelps said during an interview this morning that he’s receiving approximately 50 e-mails a day from residents who want to voice their opinions regarding Trinity Place.
During the July 23 special session, which focused on the status of negotiations with The Boyer Company and what has occurred since January 2007 when negotiations began, three possible choices were presented to council regarding a path forward for the Trinity Place development.
The first choice suggested negotiating with Boyer without executing a development agreement, but begin testing the market for other opportunities (this is the current path). The second path called for the county to sign a development agreement with Boyer.
However, if Boyer does not agree, then the county would proceed to path 3. Path three suggests that negotiations with Boyer be discontinued and a new RFP document be issued, that would help the county select a new developer.
During the special session, only a handful of residents took the opportunity to address council during the public comment portion of the meeting.
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