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The county’s public information officer has posted a new question on the county’s “Open Forum” regarding the possibility of changing the day and time of one council meeting a month.
The question posed to citizens, “The county council currently holds two business meetings per month at 7 p.m. Tuesday. To enable broader public participation, they are considering moving one of the Tuesday meetings to a Friday morning at 11 a.m. Do you think this is a good idea? Why or why not?”
During a council meeting in January, the council discussed having a different meeting date and time for council meetings. Currently, the council typically meets three times a month at 7 p.m. Tuesday. They meet twice in Los Alamos (council chambers) and once in White Rock (fire station #3). White Rock sessions are “work” sessions only, no action is taken and there is only discussion of possible action items.
Attendance at council meetings is typically sparse, unless there is a topic of significant interest on the agenda. For example, the council’s recent meeting about deferring some capital projects drew a very large crowd and significant public interest.
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