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Despite some discussion regarding location, size and combining organizations in one space, the majority who attended the public hearing about the proposed White Rock Civic Complex on Oct. 13 agreed on one thing – the project should be approved.
Most of the seats at the White Rock Town hall were filled for the meeting, which the Los Alamos Capital Improvement Projects Evaluation and Oversight Committee hosted.
The whole purpose of the meeting, said Gary Leikness, Community Development Department planner, was to gather input from citizens regarding the proposed capital improvement project (CIP).
This CIP project and others that are being proposed, which include: improvements to Ashley Pond, a study of the Community Building, anaerobic digestion of horse manure, a cover for Los Alamos Ice Rink, signage and arts for the cultural district, the bathroom and locker rooms at the rink, the ice rink lift station, the rink parking lot, improvements to the Los Alamos Golf Course, a tennis complex, Ponderosa Estates Pocket Park, a multi-purpose teen facility, Pajarito Environmental Education Center facility, improvements to Oppenheimer/Central Street and a water harvesting for the roof of the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center, will be scored and ranked by the committee on Nov. 18.
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