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If Victor Gavron (“Road is not broken,” Tuesday, March 12) attended the meeting he talks about, he must have been interested to observe that the vast majority of the roughly 80 attendees indicated by their votes that they think Trinity is indeed broken and needs fixing.
Let’s set the record straight. Ms. Dugger and Mr. Zita are not the originators of any proposals regarding Trinity Drive. They were brought in by LA Walks to present design alternatives to the public, facilitate discussion, and solicit feedback – which is what they did.
The alternatives presented were not dreamed up for the occasion, but are the result of a public process that has been ongoing for six months under the auspices of the Downtown Streets Standards Committee. This committee, formed by Rick Bohn, the county’s Community Development Department director, includes representatives from other county departments (e.g., Public Works), the Transportation Board, Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation (representing the business community), LA Walks, and the New Mexico State Department of Transportation.
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