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A lot can happen in a year. Last year, the Los Alamos Public Schools administration offices were moved into their current home at 2075 Trinity Drive, after staff vacated the buildings across from the Mari-Mac Shopping Center in preparation for demolition to make way for the Trinity Revitalization Development project.
Not only has the Trinity project taken some twists and turns in that time, but now the school board isn’t so sure that they want to make the building owned by Elmo CdeBaca their permanent home.
The change came about when the board learned that the 3M building was available for lease and a member of the public spoke up at a recent school board meeting and asked the board to consider the building as a place to house LAPS administration. During last week’s school board retreat, the board further discussed the matter and decided to look into the cost of the building.
Superintendent Gene Schmidt said that the board explored their options during the retreat, but did not come up with any proposals.
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