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Fuller Lodge Historic Districts Advisory Board (FLHDAB) Chair Mark Rayburn gave the Los Alamos County council some exiting news at its May 13 work session.
The Los Alamos post office may soon be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
During his annual report, Rayburn reported that after several years of effort, the FLHDAB completed the application May 9.
“I’ve been working on this myself for almost two years, and I know a lot of other people have worked on it for several years before that,” Rayburn said. “But I finally found the details that were necessary to make them happy.”
The New Mexico Cultural Properties Review Committee considers the application at 1 p.m. June 13 in the Bataan Memorial Building in Santa Fe, at 407 Galisteo St., Ste. 236.
The register is the nation’s official list of properties worthy of preservation.
According to Rayburn, a representative from the CPRC will attend a ceremony at the post office if the designation is approved.
Rayburn also reported that the board is moving forward with efforts to obtain Certified Local Government (CLG) status for the county.
“By recently passing the historic preservation ordinance, we can now get the CLG paperwork completed,” Rayburn said.
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