Public Speaks For and Against Nuisance Code Changes

Members of the public expressed their thoughts on proposed changes to the Los Alamos County Nuisance Code at tonight’s Council meeting. Opinions ran the gamut from vehement opposition citing some of the changes are a precursor to a police state where citizens’ property is seized – to Realtors enthusiastically embracing the changes saying they drive clients throughout Los Alamos neighborhoods and have had some cry at the blighted conditions they see. They also said home values can be reduced by as much as $100,000 when homes on a street are in disrepair and debris fills the yards. PrintScreen photo/ladailypost.com

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