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Over the course of my career in city management, I have observed many changes in how municipal government has improved and evolved.
Also during this time in public service, I have faced many challenges and feel that in all aspects I was able to contribute toward making a positive difference in the outcomes of those challenges faced by the communities that I served.
During my six plus years with Los Alamos County as the assistant county administrator and county administrator, Los Alamos County has made much progress in addressing its infrastructure such as the reconstruction of Diamond Drive, downtown street and landscaping improvements, new police, jail and court facilities, a new animal shelter, new fire station and new maintenance facilities for the county and schools at the Pajarito Cliffs Site.
The county has moved forward in the acquisition of transfer lands from DOE, the Trinity Redevelopment Project, the new municipal building, records and archives facilities, which are anticipated to be constructed and the demolition of the Trinity Site and the Central Avenue apartments.
We have also taken our obligations to maintain our facilities and infrastructure seriously and have developed plans and funding mechanisms to ensure that we don’t repeat the past.
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