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Browsing Archive: February, 2015

Commissioners Postpone Discussion Of Proposed City Of Santa Teresa Incorporation

Posted by David Reed on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, In : Santa Teresa 
Dona Ana County commissioners postponed discussing the proposed incorporation of a new City of Santa Teresa Tuesday, much to the disappoinmentt of several Santa Teresa residents who traveled to Las Cruces for the meeting.

The commissioners noted that they had hoped to have quotes on the costs of a required census of residents in the area for the city proposed by the petitioners, the Provisional Government of Santa Teresa (PGOST), but were unable to obtain the quotes for the census in time for ...
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Dona Ana County Commissioners To Discuss City of Santa Teresa Request Tuesday

Posted by David Reed on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, In : Santa Teresa 
The Provisional Government of Santa Teresa (PGOST), the group seeking to incorporate the City of Santa Teresa, is trying to encourage a large turnout of residents in the affected area to attend Tuesday's Donna Ana County Commissioners meeting in Las Cruces.

The group has printed fliers to urge residents to attend the meeting at the County Government Building at 845 N, Motel Blvd. in Las Cruces. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

The group petitioned the county to incorporate last month...
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Dona Ana County Legislative Coalition Video

Posted by David Reed on Friday, February 6, 2015, In : legislature 
The Dona Ana County Legislative Coalition created this video to promote its goals for the New Mexico general assembly's current session. 

Click here to take a look.

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Tyson Closes Santa Teresa Plant

Posted by David Reed on Wednesday, February 4, 2015, In : Tyson 
Last summer Tyson Foods announced it would close three plants nationally. including the one known as the Santa Teresa Plant located on McNutt Road in Sunland Park, NM.

Workers were to be offered opportunities to relocate with Tyson, but a corporate spokesperson says only one of the 200 workers at the Santa Teresa has so far accepted a transfer.
Earlier this week it was noticeable that the parking lot at the plant was nearly empty. Tyson's name has been removed from the signage at the entrance ...

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