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Los Alamos residents who submitted applications for Capital Improvement Projects can now find out exactly how their applications rated.
The Capital Improvement Projects Committee met Thursday during a public meeting in council chambers in order to score all 23 of the applications that were submitted.
Community Development Director Rick Bohn said that there was some debate amongst the committee members on how exactly they would handle the scoring process.
“The first idea was that we’d go through everyone’s scoring on each criteria. But Julie (Habiger) said ‘there’s nine criteria and 23 applications; it’ll take us 10 hours. If we take two or three minutes on each criteria, we’ll be there for days,’” Bohn said.
After further discussion on how to proceed, the committee decided to make assignments for each committee member, he said.
They had each person go through one criteria and they sent the ratings to Chief Financial Officer, Steven Lynne, who put them all on a spreadsheet so that the public could see what the committee was doing as they went through the scoring process.
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