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The finishing touches are being applied to the county’s new public health office in part of what was once Ed’s Market on Diamond Drive. Crews are getting the offices, exam rooms, pharmacy and lab ready for the March 1 move from the office’s basement location in Los Alamos Medical Center. The old grocery store has been completely remodeled by owners Don Duke and Jerry Mosher, using the design of Albuquerque architect Claudio Vigil.County councilors were given a sneak preview of the 2,470-square-foot space on Friday, with a guided tour hosted by nurse manager Megan Pfeffer and the county management analyst Libby Carlsten. Carlsten, who acted as project manager on the renovation, told councilors that there were several reasons for the county to provide new space for the public health office. “The old public health office had become too small,” Carlsten said.
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