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I have been reading letters to the editor and guest editorials about the wisdom of entering into an agreement with North American Development Group to develop the Trinity Site with Smith’s as the anchor tenant.
I served on the committee that extended an RFP for this project to more than 80 developers.
We chose the best five proposals on which to conduct due diligence and interview.
The committee was a diverse group of citizens who represented Los Alamos and White Rock with varied ages, family structures and backgrounds.
Our main objective was to maximize income for the Los Alamos Public Schools and select the best project presented to achieve this goal.
We started with high expectations and most wanted an integrated lifestyle center that would energize our downtown.
After extensive interviews with developers, marketing representatives and retail consultants, it became clear that vision was not going to be a reality. We then started to look for the best alternative.
We knew from county surveys that families in Los Alamos wanted a contemporary retail option in our community.
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