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Not more than 24 hours after being released from the Taos County Adult Detention Center for her role in the Stray Hearts break-in on June 1, Aleczasia Roberson was arrested yet again, this time after leading Taos County Sheriff’s deputies on a seven mile chase.
As a long time resident and walker of Cottam Road I have seen the increase of trash thrown from cars consistent with the increase of traffic. Those liquor minis, fast food bags, beer cans and bottles, cigarette packs and filters, used diapers and now masks. Need I go on!!
Mabel Dodge Lujan manifested an iconic narrative of her time when she married Tony Lujan from Taos Pueblo. Anglo American men had been marrying into Hispanic families for decades, assuming land titles and capital and changing the nature of social relations and local economies.
Mabel's marriage signified another chapter in Taos ethnic relations. She lived in a real-life Rousseau's myth of the Noble Savage, celebrated by Aldous Huxley who was a member of her clique. Hers was THE marriage in the society of her time, featured in newspapers from Taos's El Crepusculo to the New York Times.
As a longtime resident and walker of Cottam Road I have seen the increase of trash thrown from cars consistent with the increase of traffic. Those liquor minis, fast food bags, beer cans and bottles, cigarette packs and filters, used diapers and now masks. Need I go on!!
I am a resident, taxpayer and voter in the town of Taos since 1990. The additional signators are also residents, taxpayers and voters in the town of Taos.
I know you know about the recently released reports: "COVID-19 in Taos County: Humanitarian Impacts" compiled by three Taos County researchers in collaboration with the social services subcommittee of the Enchanted Circle COAD. You can find these reports on the web link: issuu.com/taoscovidimpacts.
I am writing to urge you to reject Mr. Bellis' stated plan to use...
As Mayor of Cimarrón, I have seen firsthand the challenges our community has faced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. But I have also seen our resiliency - neighbors helping neighbors, small businesses adapting and finding new ways to do business, and the ingenuity of our healthcare workforce in New Mexico.
Way to go Taos and Taos County residents. The county has reduced COVID-19 cases low enough to move to the state's green level and open up businesses more.
The success is due to good local leadership and to everyone who has kept wearing masks, washing hands, keeping physical distance from each other and not gathering in large groups. A steady rate of vaccinations is helping. Success is also due to the sacrifices made by local businesses who've worked to adhere to public health orders, even when they knew it would hurt their bottom line.