The 10 Cheapest Communities:
The 10 Cheapest Communities:
The recent article covering the report on housing needs in Los Alamo County raises two significant questions in my mind.
First, my wife and I have been acutely aware of the housing crisis in this county, caused by the lack of available land, since we first arrived over three decades ago. The question is: Why are we still paying for studies and surveys to tell us what we already know?
Second, since the DOE and LA County are the primary holders of land for development, and since they are two of the entities most vocal about the need for new housing, etc., why have they not
REAL ESTATE News:
Tour the top open houses scheduled for this week throughout the area!
The first home is framed Wednesday in the Mirador Subdivision (A-19-A) under development along N.M. 4 in White Rock. The developer is Site A-19-A-1 Acquisition Group LLC with Principal Adam Thornton, a Los Alamos native, his RayLee Homes partners and their representatives. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com
Another angle of the first home framed Wednesday in the Mirador Subdivision (A-19-A) under development along N.M. 4 in White Rock. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Public Schools is starting its 2019-2020 school year Thursday, Aug. 15.
This means school buses and numerous juvenile pedestrians and bicyclists will be out on sidewalks and roadways before and after school.
Please be extra cautious in school zones and around crosswalks. Remember to obey traffic laws regarding school buses and speed regulations when school zone signs are flashing: Do not pass school buses with flashing lights and stop arms extended out.
The Los Alamos Police Department will be out in full force monitoring school bus routes and school zones to ensure the
Adult Grand Champion in Horticulture: Potatoes grown by Claire Swinhoe. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos County Extention Office News:
The Los Alamos County Extention Office has announced the winners of Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion at the Los Alamos County Fair.
The items entered in the Fair were on display Friday and Saturday at Mesa Public Library.
The winners are:
Homeownership is a dream many people possess but even when that dream is achieved a whole new set of issues can arrive: a broken furnace, a leaking roof or a faulty electrical system.
Los Alamos County and Los
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