Longtime Los Alamos resident Marc Clay told the Los Alamos Daily Post this evening that he is running for a seat on the Los Alamos County Council.
“Ever since I went through the Leadership Los Alamos program (2005-2006) I’ve been grooming myself to serve in a leadership position. I’ve taken several obligations off my plate and my family is behind me in this decision,” Clay said. “Through the Leadership Los Alamos program, I’ve gained a well-rounded understanding of the issues and I believe our town really needs ideas to get through these troubling times we’re going through…”
With incumbent Vincent Chiravalle and businessman Roger Waterman throwing their hats into the race in recent days, Clay’s announcement tonight gives the Republican Party a full slate for the three council seats coming available Jan. 1, 2013.
Clay ran for a seat on council in 2006. He is the Contractor Assurance Performance Feedback manager at Los Alamos National Laboratory.