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Officials share Christmas plans, New Year's wishes

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By Carol A. Clark

Most community leaders are staying in town for Christmas this year and they all send best wishes to the residents of Los Alamos and White Rock this holiday season and throughout 2009.

 

Rep. Jeannette Wallace, R-Los Alamos, Sandoval and Santa Fe, is planning on some much needed down time. “My plan is to find a few relaxing days at home because it’s been a very, very busy interim at the legislature and I’ve had no time off at all,” she said.

 

For the new year, Wallace expressed hope for a mending of relations across the community. “We have a lot of divisiveness and there are a lot of reasons for that and my wish for the new year is that we find a way to come together as a community.”

 

County Administrator Max Baker also plans to spend Christmas at home. “Two of our children live here and the other is coming to town and we’ll gather to enjoy a traditional family Christmas together,” he said. “For the coming year, my wish is that we can continue to work together to make this a great community.”

 

Police Chief Wayne Torpy spent an early Christmas in Costa Rica vacationing with his son.

 


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