Council meeting venue changed

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By The Staff

Tuesday’s county council meeting is a must-attend event for anyone interested in the standards for Trinity Drive, property taxes, the municipal building or the Judicial/Police/Jail complex, as all of these items will be discussed.

The meting was originally scheduled to be held in White Rock, however, a change of venue has been made and instead, the meeting will be held at the community building at 7 p.m.

The evening will begin with public comment, followed by the consent agenda, on which there are four items of business.

The first item is a lease agreement renewal for the White Rock Visitor Information Center.

The second is an audit contract with Moss Adams, LLP in the amount of $116,027 including applicable gross receipts taxes for the Performance of the Annual Financial and Compliance Audit of Los Alamos County for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

The third item is an amendment to the FY09 salary plan and the revised job description for the staff services manager.

The last item of the consent agenda is the approval of financial support for the Los Alamos Public Schools Guiding Principles.

There will also be an introduction of ordinance on Tuesday evening. The county will introduce Ordinance No. 542, which authorizes the county administrator or his designee to execute residential rental agreements with the tenants of the Los Alamos Apartments.

There are also four business items on the business agenda. The first item of business is a discussion of Trinity Drive Street standards.

The second is a selection process for siting and construction of a municipal building.

The third is an amendment to a service agreement with HB Construction of Albuquerque, authorizing HB Construction to move forward with work associated with the Judicial/Police/Jail Complex Guaranteed Maximum Price #3, in the amount of $16,797,290, which includes applicable gross receipts tax.

The last business item will be center on a discussion of property tax rates.

During the meeting, council will also make board appointments to the Parks and Recreation Board.