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Admiration and appreciation marked a day dedicated to one of the town’s most revered public officials Thursday. Los Alamos County hosted “Domenici Day” to honor and thank Sen. Pete Domenici for all he has done for the community during his 36 years in office, which will end with his retirement Dec. 31.
Domenici commented that this will be his final trip to Los Alamos to participate in ceremonies.
“Sen. Domenici is a man to be admired in so many ways,” County Administrator Max Baker said. “He has accomplished so much and helped so many during a long career, which he has served with distinction.”
The senator was clearly touched when it was announced during a ceremony at White Rock Fire Station 3 that the station was being named in his honor.
Domenici was driven up to Los Alamos where he had an opportunity to view progress at the Airport Basin development site.
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