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Los Alamos will get more than $377,000 in state road monies.
The New Mexico Transportation Commission has approved more than $20 million in Local Government Road Funds to improve city and county roads, school bus routes and public school parking lots across the state.
The county is slated to receive $81,885 from the County Cooperative Agreements for FY 2009-2010 to go toward pavement rehabilitation and improvements of various county roads.
In addition, the county will receive $108,212 for improvements of various county roads from the School Bus Route Agreements.
Another $27,938 is being allotted from the County Arterial Program for pavement rehabilitation and improvements of various county roads.
The county is slated to receive $134,904 for Phase IV rehabilitation and reconstruction of Diamond Drive between Los Alamos Canyon Bridge and North Road.
Los Alamos Schools will receive $25,057 from the School District Cooperative Agreements for parking lot improvements on school district property. All funds are for FY2009-2010.
“We apply for the funding on a yearly basis, so it’s pretty routine,” Public Works Director Kyle Zimmerman said.
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