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The central question of the Muni is: Do we want it back at the pond or not? Everything else is a side issue.
If the answer is yes, then we can get it done. At this juncture, I would prefer to avoid “going negative.” Towards that end, I have posted on my blog, losalamosrealitycheck.blogspot.com, the reasons I believe the answer should be “yes” (and I hope to have the Monitor run that, though it is a bit lengthy.)
This is not a replica - it can’t be. This is building anew from an existing set of architectural designs by Max Flatow.
People who will say no to this are simply using the side-issues as a peg to hang their hat on. As I say, I would prefer to stay positive on this but I suppose I’ll have to deal with some side issues.
•The LA Apartment site was purchased by the county for the express purpose of turning it over to a developer. The costs of the purchase and clearing the site are not costs to the Muni project - they are costs, which would have accrued in any event.
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