County Council hears transit’s goals

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By Jennifer Garcia

County councilors handled a full agenda during last week’s council meeting.

This week will be no different.

With four items of business that center on major county issues, the meeting has been moved from the White Rock Town Hall to the Community Building, to allow more room for the public who wish to attend.

The Trinity Drive Street Standards, selection process for siting and construction of a municipal building, work associated with the Judicial/Police/Jail Complex and property taxes will all be topics of discussion at tonight’s meeting at 7 p.m.

During last Tuesday’s meeting, Rep. Jeannette Wallace and Lobbyist Scott Scanland presented council with an update of the legislative session. Scanland went over the list of bills that passed and failed, as well as a list of bills that was waiting to be signed by Gov. Bill Richardson.

In addition, Public Works Director Kyle Zimmerman and Public Works Division Manager Nancy Talley were in council chambers, presenting councilors with the transit service plan FY10 through FY18.

The executive summary presented to council states that additional services are proposed throughout the service plan in order to accommodate the high ridership on the Atomic City Transit System, as well a the areas of town that are not yet served.

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