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The residents of Los Alamos County made a clear statement that they are ready, willing and able to assist in the creation of a sustainable community.
The Town Hall held on March 5 had around 50 attendees that generated an array of innovative and actionable ideas. While the coffee pot ran dry about half way through the event, the ideas kept flowing.
The event began with introductions by Mike Wismer, the council liaison to the Environmental Sustainability Board (ESB), and Monica Witt, the chair of the ESB. These brief introductions were followed by a presentation summarizing the county sustainability initiative. The introductions and presentation provided the attendees with important information and helped stimulate the generation of ideas for the remainder of the town hall, the small group discussions. Attendees formed small groups and discussed the following two questions:
How aggressive should the community pursue sustainability, and what initiatives or actions should the county focus on?
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