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When the Los Alamos County Council meets Tuesday, it will face major decisions with long-lasting impact to the county. The fate of the Municipal Building, a plan to move forward with a Judicial/Police Jail Complex, and a discussion of the county’s long-range financial plan and capital improvement projects will all come before the council this week. The first item on council’s business agenda is the draft capital improvement program as presented by Chief Financial Officer Steven Lynne and County Administrator Max Baker. More budget information had been requested by council in order to clarify just how much of the budget is available for capital improvements such as the Municipal Building and Judicial Police/Jail Complex. On Jan. 15, Councilor Robert Gibson suggested an approach of “estimating a range.” Councilor Nona Bowman, who had requested that the revenue projections be a part of council decisions on capital improvement projects, agreed. “I like this approach,” Bowman said. “I feel that the council can make some better decisions on what projects we can do.”
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