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Community Invited To Meeting On Trinity Roundabout And Neighborhood Associations Oct. 16

on October 2, 2017 - 6:08am


A Better Way for LA invites the public to attend a fall meeting Monday, Oct. 16, at the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce at 15th Street and Central Avenue. A light supper will be provided.

The program begins at 7 p.m. with a talk by local resident William Mead on the "History of Roundabout Decisions for N.M. 502 in Los Alamos County". The planned roundabout at the intersection of Trinity Drive and Central Avenue will force drivers to travel in conflicting “circular” paths, negatively impacting both pedestrians and vehicles.

Next, Heather Ortega will present a talk on "Neighborhood Associations: Helpful or Hurtful to Community Relations". The Los Alamos County Council is proposing the use of public funds to form "voluntary" neighborhood associations. While they are intended to be an advocate for residents, there is the potential for fraud, abuse, harassment and onerous fines. 

Brady Burke will give concluding remarks. He recently announced his candidacy for the Los Alamos County Council. A

Better Way for LA states that it is a political action committee dedicated to keeping the local government accountable to its citizens and supports fiscally responsible, tax-fighting political candidates.