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Rick Reiss has put his hat back into the ring again; he recently announced he will be seeking another term as as a councilor on the Los Alamos County Council.
In 2012, Reiss was picked by the Los Alamos County Republicans to replace Ron Selvage, who stepped down for personal reasons.
Reiss said the main reason he is running for a second term is that he simply likes giving back to the community, and as a local businessman, he feels his efforts to protect and enhance Los Alamos’ business community is more important than ever.
“I think I can contribute to the council’s decisions in a positive way, I’m thoroughly enjoying myself and am pleased to continue to serve,” he said.
Reiss is a longtime member of the Kiwanis, having served as president, secretary and treasurer at various times. In the past, he has served as chairman of United Way as well as various positions on the Airport Board as well as the Planning and Zoning Commission. He’s also served on the board of the LA Public Schools foundation and is also a graduate and past board member of Leadership Los Alamos.
“I really enjoy making a difference and contributing to the community,” he said.
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