September 28, 2012
Working for you…
Town of Edgewood
If you are a chamber member, you can leave your business cards, rack cards and flyers at the Visitors center inside the South door to the Library. Be sure to get your information over here. It’s part of your benefit as an Edgewood Chamber member!
Stop by the office to see Madeline if you have any questions , or call my cell 850-2523.
2012 Edgewood Chamber of Commerce – All rights reserved
PO Box 457 Edgewood NM 8701
I do not know this lady; nor her brother working to make her whole. But this seems a very worthy project, so I hope my friends will consider donating to help the bother achieve his goal.
If you have problems with the URL above please click on the link below
We posted this in the past, but it is worth seeing again
Thanks to Susan Hill for the reminder:
Click on the link above. You’ll be taken to another page with a link. Click the second link for a 58 second presentation.
The youth involved in the video found below should be an inspiration to their peers and the rest of our citizens.
Pass this on when you can. It was submitted to us by Tyler Hornsby.
The following is submitted by Jerry Powers, a local land-use activist. Please attend as requested.
The biggest change in Santa Fe County law in the last 30 years is underway.
The County has finally released the draft of the draft of the new zoning/ land use code “SLDC”.
The code was just released within the last two weeks, yet the headline on the independent this week is “County Ready to Pass Code”.
This code will affect literally every area of our lives for the next 20-30 years. It will determine and set new zoning which determines how and IF you can use your land for the purposes you intend, will affect the cost of housing (the most recent article in the Independent, County officials are admitting that it will raise the cost of development and therefore housing). This new code is a totally new concept and change from existing land-use laws.
Given this, the Southern Santa Fe County Landowners Association will commence weekly meetings at Stanley for the next month or so to determine the unintended consequences and potential negative impacts of this code on our area and to be able to have some influence over the outcome. Given the short timeframe, it will take all of us to do an adequate analysis of the Code.
The first meeting is scheduled for this coming Tuesday (tomorrow) as follows:
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 6:00 PM
Stanley Community Center
13 W. Kinsell Ave.
Stanley, New Mexico.
Please attend! We need your input!!
Editor’s Note: Please check the links found below on this subject: