Sandia Tea Party Meeting (8-27-12)

Let’s End Failed Leadership Now

We’ve just heard New Mexico has changed from dark blue to light blue, and we need your time and energy to help swing it to conservative red for the November elections.

Are you tired of New Mexico being next to last in most quality of life categories, i.e., economy, education, and jobs?  The same old politicians are not getting the job done.  Let’s work to throw out the obstructionists (no matter which party), and elect some serious, fiscally responsible constitutionalists.

Please attend the Sandia Tea Party planning meeting next Monday evening, and bring your ideas on how we can make a difference.

Location:          Valley View Christian Church Hwy

344 & Christian Way, Edgewood, NM 87015

Click on Upcoming Events On The Link Below To See Additional Information And  A Map

Meeting Info

Date & Time:   Monday, 8/27/12, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

Santa Fe County Community Meetings

Seal of Santa Fe County, New Mexico

Seal of Santa Fe County, New Mexico (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The information to be presented at these meetings can have a favorable or unfavorable impact on your economic future.

PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND THE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR YOUR AREA.  YOU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND ANY OR ALL OF THE MEETINGS.

 From: Jennifer Jaramillo
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2012 12:30 PM
Subject: COMMUNITY MEETINGS ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS, INCLUDING THE NOVEMBER 6TH GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND ELECTION

Immediate Release

COMMUNITY MEETINGS ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS, INCLUDING THE NOVEMBER 6TH GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND ELECTION

Santa Fe – August 17, 2012 – Santa Fe County invites the public to a series of community meetings to provide an overview of the County’s Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) planning process.   County staff will also solicit input from citizens on infrastructure and capital projects to be submitted to the New Mexico Legislature for funding consideration.  Examples of improvements are: streets, roads and bridges, water, wastewater, storm water, affordable housing, planning and design, community service facilities, and parks and trails.  The meeting will also include the upcoming November 6th General Obligation Bond Election regarding funding of roads, water, and parks, open space and trail projects.

All meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. and are open to the public.  Citizens may attend any of the following meetings, regardless of where they reside in the County.  

North County Area – Wednesday, August 22

Pojoaque Satellite Office – Areas: Nambe, Tesuque, Pojoaque, Arroyo Seco, La Puebla, Chimayo

5 West Gutierrez, Suite 9 (in the Pojoaque Pueblo Plaza)

Southwest & Northwest Metro Area – Thursday, August 23

Nancy Rodriguez Community Center – Areas:  Agua Fria, La Cienega, La Tierra, Airport Road

1 Prairie Dog Loop/County Road 62

Eldorado and Eastern County Area –Wednesday, August 29

Ken & Patty Adam Senior Center – Areas:  Eldorado, Glorieta, Cañoncito, Arroyo Hondo, Sunlit Hills, Lamy

16 Avenida Torreon

Edgewood Area – Thursday, August 30

Edgewood Senior Center – Areas:  Stanley, Edgewood, San Pedro

114 Quail Trail

Southern Metro Area – Wednesday, September 5

Turquoise Trail Fire Station – Areas:  Community College, La Cienega, NM Hwy 14, Cerrillos, Madrid

#3585 NM HWY 14

For More Information:   www.santafecountynm.gov/public_works or Craig O’Hare (505) 992-3044 or  cohare@santafecountynm.gov

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 jjaramillo@santafecountynm.gov

505.986.6293