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Tuesday night’s county council meeting was not your typical meeting. County councilors dealt with a light agenda during the session at the White Rock Town Hall. In addition, they met in closed session prior to the 7 p.m. meeting and following the meeting, in order to discuss the acquisition or disposal of real property.
Council was also missing two members, as Ralph Phelps and Sharon Stover were absent.
The highlight of the agenda was a joint presentation by Ed Burckle, executive director of the Regional Development Corporation, and Monica Abeita, Regional Economic Development Initiative program manager. They have both been working with staff from Los Alamos, as well as Rio Arriba, Taos, Santa Fe and their respective cities on the REDI.
The REDI was started in 2006 to utilize some of the county’s financial resources to work with partner governments across the region on projects that would augment the county’s goals and improve circumstances across the region.
In the fall of 2007, the Regional Development Corporation was selected as the contractor to facilitate the development of the plan and the RDC partnered with the North Central New Mexico Economic Development District in that effort.
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