County Line: March 8


Remember … Daylight Saving Time begins 2 a.m. Sunday – SPRING your alarm clock forward one hour!

Council Meeting Tuesday

It’s a Work Session in White Rock (7 p.m. at Fire Station #3 on N.M. 4.) What’s on the agenda? The discussion is likely to focus on the business plan for the proposed Community Broadband Network. or download the agenda for Tuesday night here:

Looking for volunteers

The Police Department put out the call this week for anyone who might be interested in helping them out with some administrative tasks: fingerprinting, data entry or food prep in the detention center kitchen. There’s an info meeting March 18! Get all the details here:

Which sculpture design of the Bradburys is best?

The Arts in Public Places Board has narrowed down proposals to three semi-finalists for the next set of historic sculptures for the downtown area (you have likely seen the Oppenheimer and Groves statues near Fuller Lodge – that was the first set in the series – the Bradbury sculptures will be installed in front of the new Municipal Building.) Check out the three designs on and leave your comments for the Board about your top choice:

Move a Council meeting to a Friday?

What do you think? Good idea or bad idea? Public comment on this topic closes at 5 p.m., Tuesday. The Council has decided to move up the discussion from March 26 to its Tuesday work session – so if you haven’t weighed in with your thoughts, now is the time! Link here:

Find us on Facebook!

Did you know that Los Alamos County has an official page? Many of our divisions such as Recreation and HR do, too! Link to the main Facebook page and from there you can see and “LIKE” our other division pages – stay up to date on the latest news and events happening right here in your community:

“Battle of the Books” is Back!

This great annual event is open to elementary-aged school children and starts at 6 p.m. next Friday with registration in the lobby of Mesa Public Library.

TAG. More than a fun game.

The Teen Advisory Group (TAG) will meet at 4 p.m. March 12 in the Youth Services program room inside Mesa Public Library. Youth from the ages of 13 to 18 are welcome to stop by and get a first look at NEW teen books!


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