Town Halls

Our councilors firmly believe that town halls are essential to the democratic process. These gatherings serve as a vital bridge between elected officials and the communities they serve. It's an opportunity for face-to-face interactions, active listening, and open dialogue. View the town halls that have already occurred and consider attending the next one in person.  

Human-Wildlife Interactions in Los Alamos (August 21, 2023)

Councilors Theresa Cull and Randall Ryti held an educational session on the do’s and don’ts of human-wildlife interactions in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and hosted by the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC).

You can view the PowerPoint presentation from Ariel Perraglio of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish PowerPoint on how to live successfully with the wildlife in our community. 

(Video coming soon)

Raising the Minimum Wage (June 26, 2023)

Councilors Denise Derkacs, Melanee Hand, and Randall Ryti hosted a town hall to continue a discussion from the May 23 council meeting, where two inspiring middle school students presented a case for raising the minimum wage from $12 an hour to $15 an hour.