Los Alamos is a wonderful place to live
Los Alamos was formed to serve the security of America
What started as a community of sacrifice for the nation has grown to be the wonderful home of 19,000 citizens, many working at or retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory.
County government has failed to keep up with housing demand as the Laboratory has expanded.
County government has allowed the business community to languish, with many businesses leaving both Los Alamos and White Rock over the years and not being replaced. Many of those properties are sitting idle and deteriorating.
Many say that the county government is hostile to business development, citing what appears to be bias against Sirphey, Pet Pangea, and others.
With energetic, Council-led effort, Los Alamos County can become a community of industry, prosperity, and opportunity.
Paid for by Stradling4Council, Ken Shelley, Treasurer