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Based on a decision made by county council last night, it would seem that the county is interested in having the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation continue to provide economic development services.
Councilors voted 7-0 in favor of approving an agreement with the LACDC, to provide economic development services in an amount not to exceed $319,970 including gross receipts tax and authorize the county administrator to enter into a renewal contract with LACDC in a form acceptable to the county attorney.
Assistant County Administrator Anthony Mortillaro gave council a brief presentation prior to a discussion about the agenda item.
Mortillaro told council that the motion being presented to them was a request to renew the LACDC contract for one year.
“The contract was entered into in 2008 and was a one-year contract with two renewals. This would be considered the first renewal,” he said.
He also told council that the subcommittee met at least three times to discuss services and the contract.
In addition, Mortillaro said the county met with two members of the LACDC Board.
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