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North American Development Group will get the nod to be the developer recommended to the county for tackling the Trinity Revitalization Project, the advisory committee announced during a public listening session Monday night.
The committee is now formalizing its recommendation for County Administrator Tony Mortillaro, who is expected to endorse the pick for the Los Alamos County Council’s consideration during its regular meeting Nov. 9.
Stan Primak, a member of the advisory committee, urged residents to stay active and aware of this project. A rosy picture of the project may have been painted, he said, “but this is a work in progress … we have to remain vigilant.”
One way the community can stay knowledgeable is to attend the last public listening session on the project, which will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday at White Rock Town Hall. The first one was Monday at the Los Alamos Research Park.
The Monday night session kicked off with a review of the selection process.
Committee member Eugene Schmidt said the committee’s role was to advise the county on which direction to take the Trinity Site Revitalization Project.
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