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Our economy. Our educational system. Our environment.
These are core elements that define our county – issues that, in fact, define our neighboring communities, our state and our nation. As representatives of Los Alamos County, we are on a neverending quest for funding, resources and tools to improve those fundamental aspects that define each citizen’s quality of life.
Given the state of our world, it is more important than ever to partner with our neighbors and combine our resources to collectively address each of our community’s most pressing needs.
Enter REDI, the Regional Economic Development Initiative designed to produce a Regional Economic Development Strategic Plan that will effect dramatic economic development change in Northern New Mexico over the next 25 years. Sponsored by Los Alamos County’s Progress Through Partnering initiative, the REDI process is facilitated by the Regional Development Corporation (RDC).
Since December 2007, Los Alamos County representatives have been working alongside our counterparts in Rio Arriba, Santa Fe and Taos counties to develop a plan with action items that can be immediately implemented and realized by our citizenry.
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