Today's intelligence: A wish list of Colorado River stakeholders' water use priorities has been gathered and released by the Bureau of Reclamation to inform the drafting of new water-sharing rules.
Damsite Historic District is holding a day of dam and town history that shouldn’t be missed. History buffs as well as those with just a casual interest will not be disappointed in the day’s offerings. And, it’s free, including the boat tours.
Truth or Consequences master storm water drainage plan attached here; public comments are due by Oct. 25
This is a call out to citizens to comment. The more eyes, the more likely a good drainage plan will be put into effect. Those with knowledge about "green infrastructure" that will store and use storm water to enhance plant life for health, well being and sustainability are especially needed.
Today's intelligence: An exploratory program to test the quality and extent of lithium reserves near Lordsburg, New Mexico, is in the permitting stage.
Today's intelligence:: Community members step forward to defend Dr. Barbara Pearlman, who is running for re-election this fall to a seat on the board of education of the Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools, from defamatory distortions of her educational principles published in the opinion pages of the Sierra County Sentinel.
A new study on the hot springs may be useful to the City of Truth or Consequences in its protest against the Riverbend Hot Springs application to appropriate 400 acre feet a year more of hot mineral water. Find the study attached to the article.
Voting has started in the local elections, and for some reason, sex seems to be on some people's minds when they think of schools. But when you decide who to vote for in the School Board election, there is good reason why you should not be thinking about sex.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico District 35 Senator Crystal Diamond has a new name and surprise campaign finance clout. Plus: U.S. Department of Justice lays out its objections to a federal judge's recommended settlement of the Rio Grande water dispute between New Mexico and Texas.
It's hard to give input on a plan that is not available. I am seeking a copy I will make available in a follow-up article once I get it. Hopefully that will be soon.
There is little enjoyment to be found in rushing through the day. Pause and enjoy the unexpected.
Today's intelligence: Rebecca Dow is back. Plus: a look at New Mexico's public-private effort to promote workforce development for the space industry.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico will create a new center to capture National Clean Investment Fund monies to boost energy efficiency statewide. Plus: NM CD2 representative Gabe Vasquez hosts listening session on border crossing conditions.