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The long awaited Trinity Site Redevelopment moved closer to reality with the announcement that North American Development Group (NADG) would be the recommended developer for the 15-acre site that was previously home to the Los Alamos Public Schools district office and a number of county buildings.
For many years, it has been the dream of community members to turn the site into a commercial and retail zone. More and more, it looks like that is going to happen.
The pace toward redevelopment picked up quickly when the county council formed the Trinity Site Redevelopment Project Advisory Committee (TSRPAC) this past spring.
Contributing to the increased pace was the completion of the agreement between the county and schools in January 2010. The county and schools moved their operations off the Trinity Site enabling demolition of the site.
For the first time, there was finally a cleared site that could be conveyed to a developer. TSRPAC was charged with reviewing proposals submitted by interested developers from throughout the nation and advancing the name of a developer to the county administrator.
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