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Los Alamos County Council will discuss the Diamond Drive Project Tuesday, which many say has inconvenienced motorists and retailers.
Because of short notice, only a limited amount of information was available, but one item staff promised to prepare before the meeting was a chronology of traffic control actions at the intersection of Diamond Drive and Arkansas. Also, in the staff report was a note that some key staff members would not be able to attend because they were in training out of state.
Should the council take any action, the report advised, it might result in additional unplanned cost to the project.
County Attorney Mary McInerny will brief the council on the recently signed understanding with the District Attorney’s Office to provide representation from his office at least one day a week in exchange for office arrangements provided by the county.