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“Thank you for keeping the faith,” Councilor Robert Gibson said as he welcomed dozens of guests who have supported a transit system for Los Alamos County throughout the years to a celebratory buffet lunch on Friday.After decades of effort, the system is now a reality, with the official launch of Atomic City Transit Friday.Gibson acknowledged, thanked and congratulated all of the people who have devoted hours to bringing public transit to the county, including individuals, elected representatives, county employees and the New Mexico Department of Transportation.“On behalf of Secretary Faught, I congratulate Los Alamos,” said Frank Sharpless, bureau chief for the DOT’s Bureau of Transit and Rail. “All of us at DOT are impressed with your achievement.”“What an awesome thing,” Traffic Division Manager Nancy Talley said.
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