The real question is: Can we afford it? The Truth or Consequences city commission hasn't even looked at the city's finances. This project wasn't in the July budget and wasn't on the Infrastructure Capital Improvements Projects turned into the state in September. Shouldn't we be addressing the water crisis instead?
The city almost didn't have water. The city's water and wastewater director gave a blow-by-blow of the crisis. It revealed the utter decrepitude of the system caused by long neglect.
Like a hermit crab, the city police station inhabited a vacated funeral parlor over 10 years ago and will now transition to a larger abandoned building, the National Guard armory.
The current city commission should take note of low citizen engagement and make needed communication changes.
Two items on the Nov. 15 agenda match: The waterline failures have created a state of disaster and we're too broke to fix it, according to the latest financial report. A third item, issuing $4.5 million in bonds to renovate the old armory into a police station doesn't match.
A day of history, tours, and talks is scheduled for Saturday November 18th.
Good old boys succeeded in returning two of their kind, Rolf Hechler and Amanda Forrister, but Ingo Hoeppner's win may mean there is a chance for change.
Dam Site Historic District is partnering with Kenny Rogers Photography to offer multi-day photo classes. Now you can combine your desire to improve your photography skills with a stay in the unique atmosphere and surroundings of Dam Site Historic District.
Ten years ago Truth or Consequences Mayor John Mulcahy, showing leadership and a green mindset that we could use more of, contacted Van Clothier of Stream Dynamics in Silver City to do a “storm water harvesting assessment.”
RioBravoFineArtGallery kicks off their exhibit of the creative quilt work of TorC's own fiber artist Rebecca Speakes. The show opens Saturday November 11th (Art Hop Saturday).
Free screening of the movie "Journey Down the Gila".
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.