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Around 40 outdoor enthusiasts gathered at the Outward Link Trail on Sunday morning (Sept. 19) along Paseo del Cañon in Taos, but not just to spend the day outdoors. Instead, they had gathered to protest a nearby homeowner's ongoing efforts to block access to a portion of the trail crossing into their property, despite the existence of an easement established 15 years ago so that it could be shared with the public.

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During the town of Taos council meeting Tuesday (July 13), the council and town management discussed several issues of importance, including consolidation of polling places, possible term extensions, the recent uptick in COVID cases and more.

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The death knell has been rung for the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities.

The coalition's board approved a resolution Friday (May 21, 2021) to start "winding down" the consortium of local governments with economic ties to Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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At a town of Taos Council meeting Tuesday, June 8, councilors will hold a public hearing to discuss and possibly approve an ordinance that would change the way local elections are run, moving town elections from March of even-numbered years to November of odd-numbered years. In addition to the change, they will have to vote on whether to shorten term limits by nine weeks, or extend them by 22 months.

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The newest affordable housing development on Herdner Road - known as the Ochenta Apartments - is already full, and the building isn't finished yet. The development, which began in 2019, was a boon for the town's affordable housing plan, which projected in June 2020 that at least 298 more Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) units were needed in order to address just a part of the housing crisis. The Ochenta Apartments add an additional 72 LIHTC apartments to the town.

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Jubilant residents of Taos enjoyed a party-like atmosphere this weekend on the heels of the news that Joe Biden had been elected as the 46th President of the United States. The Taos County Democratic Party hosted a small, socially distanced drive from their headquarters, heading north to the plaza - all the while honking and waving Biden signs from their cars.