LOS ALAMOS COUNTY News:
County Council Meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday in Council Chambers)
What’s on the agenda? It may be a fairly short meeting, with two public hearings on the schedule: one for a liquor license for the Pajarito Brewpub & Grill, and one for designating a lead agency for efforts related to the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. The only business item relates to adoption of property tax rates for calendar year 2012.
Download the agenda here: http://www.losalamosnm.us/gov/council/Pages/default.aspx
Grand Re-Opening of the Little Theater 11:30 a.m. Friday
Join the Council and members of the Performing Arts community as they cut the red ribbon to officially rededicate the facility, which went through some much needed exterior renovations earlier this summer.
Recycled Fashion Contest Coming Soon
Create a garment out of trash or recyclable materials and get a chance to win Chamber checks. The contest will challenge participants to create eye-catching garments out of materials that would otherwise end up in the waste or recycling stream. It’s all part of the Next Big Idea Festival happening at noon Saturday, Sept. 15 on the Fuller Lodge patio. Registration is open to all ages.
Link here for registration details: http://www.losalamosnm.us/getgreen
A New Councilor
County Council selected Rick Reiss to replace the vacancy left when Ron Selvage resigned his seat on the Council last month. Reiss was sworn into office immediately following the vote.
Bandelier & Atomic City Transit Move to Fall Hours
Changes to the bus shuttle schedule and Bandelier Visitor Center closing times were announced this week – if you plan to visit the park please review this News Release:
TREASURES & TIDBITS
Physiocartographies at Mesa Public Library by Bill Gilbert – with special panel discussion at Bradbury Science Museum
The exhibit is showing in the Art Gallery at Mesa Public Library. A panel discussion is scheduled for 1-2:30 p.m. at the Bradbury Museum Saturday, Sept. 15 during the Next Big Idea Festival. The panel will discuss various ways to experience data or information; the shared territories of interest between artists and scientists (same inputs, but wanting different outcomes); and the influence of the observer on the observed.