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Living in a place like Taos comes with many amazing pluses to life that you cannot find in any big city. The beauty is beyond compare, the people are mostly fantastic. Yet there is a sad reality also hiding on the roads of Taos. Anyone and everyone knows about this reality. more
Many of us at this point in history realize that we are at a crossroads. While some focus on President Trump specifically, I think the danger of Trump is that he represents a trend of politics that is combative and unhealthy and puts the world at risk. There are numerous examples that lend credibility to this assertion. more
The loyalty of the Trump base would be admirable if the "mistakes" of Trump would not all pertain to matters of national security. more
New Mexico's acequias are celebrating a major milestone: the 30th anniversary of the New Mexico Acequia Association. more
I am a resident of Arroyo Hondo and have been a parciante for many years on the Acequia de Atalaya. I am deeply concerned about the impacts of future development on Taos Valley, especially the acequias. more
There is some confusion surrounding the Carson National Forest's Land Management Plan comment process and we want to clarify a critical point: you do not have to pick only Alternative 3 if you support recreation, or go "all in" on Alternative 4 if you value wetlands. This is a false choice. You can have both. Be specific about what parts of each alternative you prefer. more
The U.S. Forest Service controls millions of acres in Northern New Mexico. But only a tiny fraction of that land consists of wetlands and streams. So it makes sense for federal land managers to treat vulnerable riparian areas differently than rangeland. more
I arrived in Taos after a lifetime of the poisoned air of Los Angeles. I lived in Taos, rejoicing in its clear skies and clear air, for quite some time before I fully realized that water shortage is our Achilles' heel. more
I am a recovered alcoholic. I am all for someone taking responsibility for their own actions and seeking inpatient treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. I am, however, against Rafael Orozco, a violent gang member, and other bullies like him from him using addiction as an excuse to avoid prison. more
I am privileged and excited to officially announce that I will run in the 2020 election to retain my seat on the town of Taos Council. more
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