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White Rock and Los Alamos residents got their chance to be heard last night at the County Council meeting held at the Town Hall in White Rock.
The special session was held so that concerned residents could voice their opinions and concerns regarding the new municipal building slated to be built near Ashley Pond. They also got to speak out about the proposed 15th and Trinity location.
Assistant County Administrator Anthony Mortillaro presented a slide show, which outlined the history of the project and how it came to be.
Mortillaro said the discussion of the development started in 1990 when the first civic center design development project was developed. That was replaced by the downtown master plan, which was adopted in 2002.
“During that time, the master plan was a conceptual plan and not a plan that was necessarily set in stone,” Mortillaro said. According to Mortillaro, in 2006, a municipal ad hoc committee was formed. “They discussed options for a new or renovated municipal building. One recommendation was to look at a private-public project, where the project would be a leveraging project,” Mortillaro continued.
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