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Los Alamos County may be one step closer to deciding on a location for a municipal building following action taken by county councilors Tuesday night.
Assistant County Administrator Anthony Mortillaro opened the discussion regarding the municipal building by saying that the focus of the topic was for council to provide a direction to proceed for a municipal building.
Following Mortillaro’s brief introduction, members of the MainStreet Futures Committee addressed council and presented them with a few different options that they had come up with.
The MainStreet Futures Committee is an advisory committee to Los Alamos MainStreet on downtown and initiatives. Members include business owners, county councilors, school board members and members of the community.
According to a handout that was distributed at the meeting, the MSF Committee wants to assist the council with municipal building siting. It believes it’s important to fully vet the potential for leveraging the municipal building project and associated parking to encourage private sector investment in the community.
The downtown is a prime potential location for such investment, according to the MSF Steering Committee. The committee is volunteering to be involved in the vetting process and in advising the county.
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