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This week, the town takes on several issues of importance, including voting to approve a $500,000 match in funds to receive CARES grant funding for the airport, as well as approve the final plat of the Camino Fiesta subdivision and a new Habitat for Humanity Re-Store on Salazar Road. Meanwhile, the County Commissioners will take up the appeal of the proposed glampground. Questa talks cannabis and more while Angel Fire and Red River also hold meetings.

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No one who owns property in Taos County in an area zoned Residential/Agricultural and where there are empty tracts of land nearby is safe from having a commercial usage plopped down in the middle of them.

The recent application for a "Glamping" project on C110, essentially an "outdoor motel," eagerly promoted by the Taos County Planning Department and passed by the Taos County Planning Commission, demonstrates how we property owners are all in peril. Even if one does their due diligence - as we did before we bought - [it can't] guarantee protection from an unwanted commercial activity being granted a Special Use Permit (SUP).

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This week, the town holds a special meeting to discuss several instances of possibly closing the plaza to traffic. The town Lodger's Tax Advisory board and Historic Preservation Commission also hold meetings. The county holds a regular commission meeting as well as a DWI board meeting.

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This week, the controversial 'Camino Fiesta' subdivision application comes before the town of Taos council after being rejected by the town planning and zoning commission. The town will also hear a presentation on the future of Taos Air. The county commissioners will hold a virtual "retreat" while Angel Fire, Red River and Taos Ski Valley all hold village council meetings.