County Council Reviewing Strategic Goals Today

The Los Alamos County Council is meeting in a special session this morning to review its strategic goals. Councilors are discussing grouping existing items adopted back in 2011 under three broad categories: Quality of Life, Economic Vitality and Quality Governance. They feel having three categories of focus instead of the current 10 areas, makes it easier to communicate goals to County staff and the community. Within that context, Council also is interested in prioritizing goals, recognizing that the County does have limited budget and resources. In addition, Councilors are making some language clarifications to the existing goals and specifically added in language they felt was missing in the 2011 plan, such as the need to support existing businesses as part of economic vitality goals. Today’s session is a work session, and any final action to adopt the changes or structure of the plan must be formally taken at a future Council regular meeting. Courtesy photo

Courtesy photo

Courtesy photo

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