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County officials and Los Alamos School Board members have come to consensus regarding property on Trinity Drive.
As a result, both entities have been working together to form an agreement to move construction forward in that area.
During Tuesday night’s county council meeting, councilors passed a motion authorizing the council chair to sign a document representing the principles affirming a partnership between the Los Alamos Public School District and Los Alamos County.
The document outlines the following complimentary goals in achieving what is described as a “win-win” outcome for both the county and the schools, with a large benefit to the community:
• Replace the aging facilities on Trinity Site that are becoming an increasing liability each year that will require a major expenditure of funds. The new facilities at the Airport Basin Site will provide significantly better facilities and working conditions and will improve efficiency and productivity;
• Engage in the Trinity Redevelopment project while at the same time protecting the traditional LAPS funding sources for upgrading and replacing schools;
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