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Legislative changes to New Mexico’s public employees retirement accounts have prompted the retirement of another key county employee.
Engineering and Surveying Division Manager/County Engineer/Traffic Engineer Kyle Zimmerman steps down in April, after 24 years with Los Alamos County. His memories span significant changes within the county as well as two major fires.
Zimmerman was hired as an assistant engineer in July 1990. His first project was overseeing construction of San Ildefonso Road between Diamond Drive and North Mesa Park.
In 1991, Zimmerman was promoted to deputy director of public works/county engineer. The department had two deputy directors at that time. Zimmerman oversaw the engineering and surveying crews.
One of Zimmerman’s most memorable projects, both good and bad, was serving as project manager for the construction of Mesa Public Library.
American Institute of Architects Gold Medal Award-winning architect Antoine Predock designed the library, utilizing computer-aided drafting for the first time.
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