This is an open letter to the community, to thank you all for all the opportunities that have come my way during my six years at the Chamber of Commerce.
I’ve had the opportunity to play a role on the White Rock Master Plan Implementation committee and have volunteered with the Los Alamos Historical Society, the United Way of Northern New Mexico and with the groups advocating on behalf of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. I’ve been part of two planning groups which are establishing new foundations that will benefit the local community.
I’ve worked with senators and congressmen and their field representatives, the governor, the secretary for economic development, Los Alamos National Laboratory officials, county councilors and county government, on issues such as the Valles Caldera, free and open access to the west from Los Alamos, procurement policies at the lab, visitor services, Atomic City Transit planning and many other issues as they arise.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with a great team here at the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation — so many great people that I hesitate to name any, for fear I’ll leave some out.