Help shape the future of Los Alamos County

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Los Alamos County has been working toward creating a more sustainable community for several years.  
It is time for us to take a step back, analyze our progress and reexamine our plans for the future.  
Previous columns have touched on some of the actions taken, and now it is time for you, as an educated and motivated citizen, to take an active role in shaping our community’s future.     
Creating a sustainable Los Alamos County is going to require participation and ingenuity from you.  
It will require us to come together as a community and utilize our mental and physical prowess. We will need to roll up our sleeves, put our heads together and work.  
Los Alamos will not turn green over night, nor will it become more sustainable by accident.  
It will be the hard work and creativity of us, the citizens of Los Alamos, which will transform this community into a better place to live for current and future generations.  
So lace up your sneakers and roll up your sleeves, because the whistle is about to blow.  Your chance to shape the future of Los Alamos County has arrived.  
Join the Los Alamos County Environmental Services and Environmental Sustainability Board at the Sustainability Town Hall at 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 5 at the Crossroads Bible Church,  97 East Road to have a hand in building a more sustainable community.  
You will learn about what actions the county has already taken and help lay the foundation for a brighter and greener future.  
Snacks and refreshment will be provided to help keep the mind sharp and the ideas flowing.            
To reserve your spot for the Sustainability Town Hall, contact Tom Nagawiecki at tom.nagawiecki@lacnm.us or 662-8383.    

Tom Nagawiecki
LA County