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Councilor David Izraelevitz announced his intention to run for the Los Alamos County council this week. Izraelevitz was appointed to council three years ago to fill a seat vacated when Gov. Susana Martinez appointed Jim Hall to fill a seat in House Dist. 43.
“I’m running because I feel I’ve gained a lot of experience about the issues in Los Alamos over the last three years,” Izraelevitz said.
“It’s been a real privilege to represent the people of Los Alamos, and I’d like to see a lot of these projects come to fruition and continue what I consider a careful review of each of these projects and policies that we are bringing forward.
“I think there are a lot of complex issues that still remain in Los Alamos about housing, about creative support for our schools, about helping our businesses manage this transition that the Smith’s Marketplace is going to bring to probably most businesses in town. And I feel that I’m in a good position to help with that.”
Izraelevitz believes the issues facing the county require the “careful analysis” he brings to the table.
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