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Gov. Richardson’s Investment Partnership Program, GRIP II, currently has 34 projects in design, 32 under construction and nine completed, including the Grand Canyon Drive Roadway Rehabilitation Project, which was celebrated by a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 90 Grand Canyon Drive in White Rock Wednesday.
Los Alamos County Council Vice Chair Robert Gibson and Adjutant Secretary Rebecca Montoya from the New Mexico Department of Transportation joined other officials for the afternoon event.
“The council’s highest priority strategic goal is the maintenance of quality essential services that require quality infrastructure, much of which is roads and utilities,” Gibson said. “They aren’t sexy, they don’t get a lot of attention, but it’s what all of our citizens use on a day in day out basis. This is a major street ... It’s great to see it upgraded ... and it’s great to celebrate the completion of a project – particularly one completed ahead of schedule and under budget.”
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