Voices Of Los Alamos Meets Monday, Sept. 25

VOLA News:

Voices of Los Alamos will hold its next meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25 at the Unitarian Church.

Voices of Los Alamos is a progressive political activism group created for Los Alamos residents to voice their concerns over current political events (both at the state and at the federal level) and give people a space to gather together, discuss and form action plans.

The membership is inclusive; everyone is welcomed to attend the meeting.

Agenda items for the upcoming meeting include: 

Immigration proclamation passed, what’s next? The Public Education Department has put out new proposed changes to the NM science standards and they are OUTRAGEOUS. Links on Voices of Los Alamos FB page; email rule.feedback@state.nm.us, or fax to 505.827.6681. The public hearing is 9 a.m. to noon, Oct. 16 in Mabry Hall at the Jerry Apodaca Education Building, 300 Don Gaspar Ave. in Santa Fe.

Sheriff’s Office: Sheriff Marco Lucero has sued the Los Alamos County Council; updates.

Affordable housing and vacant houses: Councilors suggest attending council hearing and making public comments. Next month Paul Andrus, director of Community will speak.

Gun legislation: Tarin Nix, political strategist, will speak as will Stephanie Hainsfurther and Maggie Byers from Moms Demand Action for Gun Safety.

For more information, visit Voices of Los Alamos’ Facebook page or e-mail wmwlosalamos@gmail.com.                                                                                                                                 


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