Abeyta Settlement
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New Mexico Sen. Jeff Bingaman visited Taos Pueblo Feb. 22 soon after announcing he will not seek a sixth term in office. Tribal members who worked for many years with dozens of others in Taos Valley to complete the landmark Abeyta Water Settlement … more
Taos Pueblo's new leaders say they will continue with the previous administration's initiatives while also dealing with a different set of challenges. Following the blessing of the canes Jan. 16, Gov. Nelson Cordova said priorities can change … more
Taos Pueblo Gov. James Lujan Sr. says his administration, which took office Jan. 1, will be carrying on the goals of the previous government, namely in fostering education and economic development, and developing its own objectives to benefit tribal … more
The mayor and Taos Town Council held four closed, executive sessions within the past week about the Abeyta Water Settlement, but details about the discussions remain confidential. The issue of the town’s contractual commitments in the … more
Though the writing was on the wall, Tomás Benavídez waited to hear the Town Council’s roll-call vote that rejected his reappointment as town manager Thursday (March 20) before accepting his fate. “I just didn’t want to walk away,” … more
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