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The Los Alamos County Council invites the public to the grand opening of the Pajarito Cliffs Site (formerly known as the Airport Basin Site) at 10 a.m. on June 26.
The Pajarito Cliffs Site is the home of the following county and school district facilities: warehouse, parks, purchasing, risk management, shop, traffic, transit, fleet, utilities, pavement and facilities operations.
A new flagpole is being installed in the next two weeks at the gated entrance and the ceremony will take place at the flagpole. A new American flag will be raised in a color guard ceremony featuring local Boy Scouts, followed by the council’s dedication of a special plaque and sign for the Pajarito Cliffs Site.
There will then be an official “ribbon cutting” at the gate, followed by refreshments. The public is welcome to tour the facilities with county staff after the ceremony.
The tour is expected to last approximately 45 minutes. Special guests joining the council for this June 26 event include past councilors (2008) and the Los Alamos Public Schools’ Board of Education and schools’ administration.
They will join the council in the ceremony and ribbon cutting.
Groundbreaking for the Pajarito Cliffs Site took place in Spring 2008 using a
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