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At 11:30 a.m. Jan. 19, the designers of the New Mexico Veterans Museum will conduct a meeting for Los Alamos-area veterans at the Los Alamos National Lab’s Otowi building, second floor cafeteria, side rooms A, B and C.
Retired Marine Corps Col. Joe Long, the museum planner, will present a multimedia description of the project, solicit ideas from the public and answer questions. Attendance by a representative of the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services is also planned.
This is one of 15 such visits that will be held throughout the state during the design process.
Through a statewide competition, Las Cruces was selected to be the museum’s host city. Gov. Richardson signed legislation creating the New Mexico Veterans Museum Division of the Department of Cultural Affairs in 2009. Utilizing appropriated funds, RMKM architects of Albuquerque was contracted to design a 30,000 square foot building that is the cornerstone of a campus of veteran-oriented facilities, including an artifact management facility, a Veterans Services Center, a military style parade grounds, a family picnic and playground area, walking trails and eventually, a memorial park.
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