In March of 2008, I ended my tenure as an Edgewood, New Mexico Town Councilor after having served in that capacity for nine years. I enjoy volunteer work of just about any kind, whether through my church or my community.
Since I first posted this “About,” I have decided to run for a four-year term for Edgewood Town Councilor. It is not my intent, nor desire, to use this blog to run my campaign for that office and I will not unless mud-slinging should start from some source.
The expected happened when one of the candidates and his supporters started to impugn the records and reputation of myself and one of the other candidates. The end result had myself and another candidate each winning the election to a four-year term on the Edgewood Town Council.
After serving (1957-1961) a peace time tour in the United States Marine Corps, I served with the New Mexico State Police (1964-1985). My career with the New Mexico State Police ended when I retired as commander of its criminal division at the rank of captain.
Another blog in the area? Well, I figured the more the merrier. GadaboutBlogalot, as its mouthful implies will use every resource available in searching out (gadabout) interesting and pertinent information for publication (blogalot). We will focus on the immediate area, New Mexico and once in a while (or more often) the nation and other interesting places. You may find articles here that I have previously posted on nm-central.com which has become an excellent source of area news and articles. We’ll write about politics and politicians, water issues, taxation issues, government relations or lack thereof, local and area events and anything else we believe to be of interest to our readers.
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