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The Los Alamos Public Schools board was taken through the steps of the Trinity Place partnership between the school district and the Los Alamos County during its regular board meeting Tuesday night.
To help the board visualize the process, Superintendent Mary McLeod and board member Joan Ahlers presented a slide show.
Ahlers emphasized all the information is subject to change.
“We’re presenting what the documents reflect presently,” she said. “We are still working diligently with the county.”
The district, Ahlers said, owns a parcel of land identified as A-8-A, located on the canyon, little section touching DP Road, while the county owns a parcel of land identified as L-1, which is 7.3 acres located around the intersection of Trinity and Knecht streets where the county buildings are located.
“We are going to convey A-8-A to the county … the county will deed to us a parcel of L-1,” Ahlers said.
“We’re going to be swapping value for value,” she added.
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