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Work for the Municipal Building Siting Committee is well underway.
The group of 16 has three meetings under their belts and seem to be on their way to figuring out the best-suited spot for a new municipal building.
Assistant County Administrator Anthony Mortillaro sent out letters to Los Alamos County landowners, asking them to submit applications if they’d like to have their land considered by the committee as a possible site for a new municipal building.
With the deadline for applications having ended at the end of June, the committee now has 23 sites to consider.
During their third meeting held on Thursday, the committee finalized the weighting criteria that will help members narrow the list of possible sites down to the ones they believe are best suited for the development.
The committee will assign each criterion a weighting and individual sites will be scored using the criteria and scoring system.
“The committee decided to accept the weighting criterion,” County Planner Paul Belson said. “They voted unanimously to accept the weighting. I think the committee is very positive and very committed by their actions and their intent on conducting an open process for the selection of a site.”
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