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Faced with what appeared to be a daunting agenda, Los Alamos County Councilors instead made swift work of 11 public hearings during Wednesday night’s special meeting at Fire Station No. 3 in White Rock. Public turnout was sparse for discussion of various amendments to the county charter that were billed as “clean up” of language that was either ambiguous or in conflict with state law.
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