Letter To The Editor: Some Ideas For 20th Street

By BOB BOURQUE
Los Alamos

For what it’s worth, here’s my two cents about the 20th St. development:

Now that Morning Glory is gone, how about replacing it with a good old coffee shop like a Dennys. Nothing fancy. Something that serves comfort food, for example bacon and eggs in the morning, meatloaf with mashed potatoes later on, and maybe beer and wine at dinner.

It would be nice to add some aesthetics to Trinity Drive. It’s sort of ugly, topped off by that Century Link monolith (maybe paint murals on it). And please don’t repeat that new construction at the old Black Hole. That thing looks like it’s going to attack.

Sure, this started as a government town. But no more. It can be made more appealing than other such towns, not just another Mercury Nevada (it was pretty bad when I was there). More trees could help. They can hide a multitude of sins.

LOS ALAMOS

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