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It was disheartening to hear that the school district feels that Los Alamos County is playing hard ball with our schools. Instead of reaching an agreement on the Trinity Site Project that will serve the schools, and thus the entire community, the county appears to have chosen to serve itself.
At Tuesday’s school board meeting, Superintendent Mary McLeod and School Board Vice President Joan Ahlers said they have had many meetings with the county, have seen document revision after document revision and they expressed their disappointment at the direction the county is taking.
Having just gone through the latest revisions, Ahlers said there were a lot of changes from the county that the school board will just have to muddle through. Items that were not part of the original discussions
Board President Steve Girrens expressed his dismay saying he feels the schools and county have lost their way from the original focus. McLeod and Ahlers are turning into human change control machines, saying that’s not what he had in mind and that something’s got to be done.
School Board member Alison Beckman has been involved in the process of working with the county on the project since its inception a couple of years ago and she has expressed total frustration.
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