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Carrizozo Lincoln County News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Carrizozo, New Mexico Final hearings set by Barbara storms Monitor staff writer final Public hearings on the proposed revised zoning map to accompany the revised zoning ordinance for los Alamos county will be held at a special meeting of the planning and zoning commission on september 15 and possibly on september 22. Following the hearings the map and ordinance will be forwarded to the county Council for final legislative action. In order that the Community might be Well informed about All zoning changes the Monitor will publish the proposed map in four sections beginning today with the White Hock area a copy of the Complete map also is posted in the planning office in the county municipal building. The new zoning documents Are a culmination of More than two years of intensive study research committee work and Public hearings by the planning commission in an Effort to update and improve zoning regulations in the county. According to county planner Pat Brown both the planning staff and the commission in revising the ordinance and map. Attempted to create districts which More realistically represent existing land uses delete districts which Are no longer applicable nor serve a purpose in the present or proposed Community create districts which Are More flexible and less rigid As to uses and site development standards within them create districts which Are More specialized As to specific areas create districts which enhance the Protection and conservation of certain areas such As an historical District and wilderness Protection districts the main goals Brown said were to change existing land use or Structure situations As Little As possible in order not to create nonconforming situations and to provide for More contemporary zoning philosophies in areas As yet undeveloped. Some of the major changes which have been proposed by the commission Are a a Public lands owned by the county or the los Alamos school District Are now classified in the pm Public lands District rather than having several different zoning classifications As in the past. This simplifies land inventory systems and the revised zoning map provides an easy visual assessment of size number and locations of Public lands. Nearly All of the planned development areas in White Rock have been changed to i Standard single family residential classification which More accurately reflects the actual subdivision Type of development which has taken place. The bulk of the downtown area Between Central and Trinity and extending to the Northern part of the Community business Center has been placed in a civic Center commercial status which allows a mix of several kinds of uses and permits flexibility of design but establishes planning commission review authority Over How development takes place. A new historical District acts As an overlay protector Over Fuller Lodge the museum the Indian ruins. Ashley Pond. And the Bathtub Row houses in that area to insure preservation of the land and existing structures the multiple family residential classification wreck kills Doug Keller Doug Keller 11, son of or. And mrs Dean Keller of 533 Rover was killed saturday morning in a car wreck in Dallas Texas. He and his brother David were on their Way to six flags when the Accident took place. Details Are not available but apparently David was uninjured services Are tentatively planned for monday at 1 in Trinity on the Hill episcopal Church. Survivors include the parents and two Brothers. David and Steven. In lieu of Flowers the family has requested that donations be made to one of two organizations which assist youth in some Way Christian outreach wars care of the Christian Center Albuquerque or dare to drug outreach program Albuquerque. Has been divided into two categories one which provides lower density dwelling units per acre equal to the present r-3 District and will generally be applicable to the existing a a Quad areas in North Community and a higher density District which provides for larger developments on less land area primarily in the general area of the civic Center this latter District also has provisions for condominium development which were not found in the existing zoning ordinance. The r-l-8 single family residential districts found in the North and Western Community areas have been reclassified to the r-2 two family District. The Basic reason for this change is that All the present r-l-6 districts in those areas have a mix of both single and duplex Homes. The r-2 zoning was left to better reflect the existing situation. The number of commercial districts was reduced from four to three and Industrial from three to two because the present and forecast size of the Community does not warrant the present number of districts in either category. A new research and development District was created for scientific Laboratory activities located within the urbanized areas. A new single family residential District re residential estate was created which like the a a District in la Senda and Pajarito acres has a minimum lot size of two acres. Because this District is proposed for More urbanized areas it does not provide the livestock and agrarian uses of the a a District. A Complete list of the new zoning districts and their definitions Are found in the proposed revised zoning ordinance. Weather c Lear mornings ind parti Clouds otherwise through Monda it with a slight Chance Lor afternoon and evening thundershowers Little change in temperatures winds Light and variable except gusts near thundershowers High today upper 70s. Low tomorrow upper 40s 4lmw temperature it Kite hoi k Aire station High Tridiv 84. Saturday s Low >3, saturdays High 74 i in a Amui 4irporl High Friday t>8, saturday s Low >6. Saturday s High school Bell rings monday the school Bell starts ringing for los Alamos teachers tomorrow. Workshop Days Start monday for 33 new staff members and on tuesday for All returning teachers in the Public schools. Students done to have to come until aug. 30. Highlights of the teachers workshop week include orientation sessions for new teachers monday and tuesday a general meeting for All certificated personnel wednesday morning and several social events. The annual skin tests for tuberculosis required of All school employees Are also on the Agenda. Mondays orientation for new staff members begins with Coffee and doughnuts at 8 . In the schools administration building. Superintendent of schools Duane Smith will Welcome the newcomers at 8 20 . Then comes distribution and explanation of the staff manual by assistant superintendent Walter Smith and descriptions of services and instructional programs in the schools. Speakers will be Peggy to Kruse coordinator of Pupil personnel services Edward h. Rauch fuss director of Adio visual services Danel Steele coordinator of testing and evaluation Don Beene music coordinator Thelma Hahn Art coordinator and Jean elder supervisor of elementary instructional services who win describe the physical education program. After lunch the teachers will begin a workshop on instructional decision making led by Walter Smith and mrs. Elder. Participants win focus on the process of individualizing instruction for the Chamisa meeting set a special meeting for parents of Chamisa school primary team students grades 1 and 2 will be held tuesday evening August 24th at 7 30 in the Chamisa school gym. Purpose of the meeting is to discuss with teachers a diagnostic and prescriptive program to be used by the team this year. Student and on techniques used by teachers to evaluate their own teaching. The workshop will be interrupted at 5 . For a cookout supper at the Duane Smith Home to which All principals and new teachers Are invited. The evening workshop session is scheduled from 7-9 . Tuesday morning new staff members continue the previous Days workshop at the administration building until 2 45 . When they will tour the los Alamos scientific Laboratory museum. The los Alamos school Board has invited the new staff members to a reception at Fuller Lodge at 3 . Thursday. Returning teachers come to work tuesday at 8 . In their assigned schools. At noon school librarians and other Media services personnel will lunch together at the los Alamos inn. At 1 ., All teachers will report again to their schools except that guidance Counselor will meet in the special services Center music teachers in the High school orchestra room and Art teachers in the faculty lounge of the High school inc. Wednesday All teachers meet together at the High school. Coffee will be served outside the civic auditorium starting at 8 30a.m. And the nurses office will be open from 8-11 30 . And 1-3 30 pm. For All employees to get their tuberculin tests. The general meeting for certificated personnel begins at 9 30 . In the civic auditorium. Guest speaker jul be Edward f. Hammel assistant director for Energy of the los Alamos scientific Laboratory and a former president of the los Alamos school Board. During the lunch hour the teachers Are also invited to visit Mountain school to see the learning centers designed during the summer by the primary teachers. Denise Vogel new yes manager the new manager of the youth employment service yes is Denise Vogel a senior at los Alamos High school and assistant manager of yes for the past year. Joining her in the yes office As the new assistant manager is David Thomson Lahs Junior. The appointments were made by mrs. Margaret Browne executive director of the los Alamos family Council which supervises yes. Miss Vogel replaces Tom Dowler who is leaving for Rouege. She is the first girl to head yes since it began in 1971. New workers More Job orders and additional satisfied employers Are miss Vogels immediate goals in her new Job. A what we need most right now Are new workers younger students because the Rouege kids Are leaving she said. Of 400 students registered with yes during the summer 50 to 75 Are leaving town to resume Rouege studies she said. So she is recruiting new students those who have recently turned 13 years old the lower age limit for yes workers. Until school starts yes will continue operating on its summer schedule 9 . To 5 pm. Monday through saturday. Beginning aug. 30, yes win be open from 3-5 pm. Weekdays and from 9 am. To 5 pm. Saturdays. The phone number for placing Job orders and for getting information about Job applications is 662-5873. There is no charge to the employer or student worker for using yes. The program is funded by the los Alamos area United Way. Miss Vogel said that yes is getting Calls from local Buai Nesses for steady part time workers during the Winter to replace summer employees leaving for College. Several of these Job orders Are from restaurants whose employees must be at least 16 Vears old. The Job Market has been Good this summer she said. Currently most requests Are for students to help with moving Yard work and end of summer cleaning chores but requests have come for Many other jobs too. She stressed that yes can find a student to do a whatever can be done by during the summer each worker living in the Tow site was called at least once for a Job. Several students never took a prof erred Job but Many accepted More than one Job. In White Rock on the other hand registered yes workers outnumber Job requests. White Rock zoning map the proposed zoning changes for White Rock Are relatively minor. The areas South and East of grand Canyon drive formerly zoned for planned development have been changed to r-1-10 single family residential with a minimum lot size of 10,000 Square feet and r-l-8 single family residential with a minimum lot size of 8,000 Square feet. Only the tract surrounding the Junior High school site remains a planned development District pd-6 with a prescribed density of six units per acre. According to the zoning ordinance planned development districts Are intended to accommodate a mixture of single and multiple family dwellings with High density compensated for by additional open spaces. Because actual development in these areas meets the requirements for r-1-10 instead the planners have recommended the change. The planning commission has specified a pm Public lands designation for the area Northeast of Joy a Loop and adjacent to Overlook Park although the land is included in the county s continuing Survey of the development potential of county owned vacant land. Another Small Section Between la Vista and i a Senda along state Road 4 remains in the r-l-10 classification after Home plan Ning development company withdrew its hotly contested request for rezoning to pd-6. The White Rock Village remains a cd Light commercial and professional business District zone designed for retail and professional uses compatible with each other and serving nearby residential districts. The commercial area along state Road 4, formerly zoned c-2, had been changed to c-3 heavy commercial District to better conform with existing development. C-3 accommodates the same commercial uses As cd in addition to such automotive connected uses As service stations garages motels Large stores and drive in facilities. All schools and county facilities and Parks have been uniform ally zoned pm Public lands. The Large Rio Grande tract consisting primarily of sheer Canyon Walls bordering the River was acquired by the county about three years ago and is now zoned pm. The land Northwest of state Road 4 and Pajarito Road and Sherwood Boulevard once zoned for Light Industry is designated Al Federal lands District and will remain under the jurisdiction of the Federal government. La Senda and Pajarito acres zoning remains essentially unchanged. Fresh from the Carden los Alamos police confiscated 13 marijuana plants some As tall As two and one half feet in an Early evening residence search yesterday. Shown examining the plants seeds and associated paraphernalia Are land officers Greg Talley left and Bryan Begnaud. Police said that the plants were both mexican and columbian variety. Staff photo nursing Home study group meets monday the and hoc steering committee for nursing retirement Home study will get first hand information from an Arizona consultant monday night. The Public is Welcome to attend the meeting at 7 30 . In the Harp room of Fuller Lodge. Everett Luther of Phoenix consultant to a non profit corporation building Manzano Del sol retirement facility in Albuquerque will meet with the los Alamos committee which is exploring possibilities for having a nursing Home or retirement apartments Here. Luther is a former minister of the Church of the beatitudes in Phoenix and a founder and current executive director of that churches Campus of care retirement Community. He is one of several persons knowledgeable in the nursing retirement Home Field whom the committee is contacting for advice and information about land needs operating requirements building costs financing administration and ownership possibilities. Sayre to speak Anne Sayre author of the Book Rosalind Franklin and Dan will speak at a colloquium at the los Alamos scientific Laboratory tuesday the title of her talk is a what scientists owe each it will begin at 8 10a.m. In the administration building auditorium and is open to the Public. For some teachers los Alamos Monitor vol. Xiv no. 121 sunday August 22, 1976 los Alamos new Mexico 15 cents in this mornings Monitor and you la find. A feature stories on a local artist on los Alamos prestigious science museum and on an unusual area restaurant. A this week s television schedule including reviews of movies and major new shows. A ads from the local movie Heaters. T

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