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Taos appears to be the destination for a whole different category of newcomers: The Zoom workforce. Realtors across the region confirm that, as other local businesses struggled to stay afloat, the real estate market in Taos was buzzier than a beehive.

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Realtor Robbie Puskarich arrived in Taos as do so many of our most passionate citizens: by chance, or perhaps by destiny. After bouncing between Texas and Florida, his partner, artist Chris Sullivan, went out west to find them a new home. They were expecting to end up in Palm Springs. Instead, Sullivan got as far as New Mexico, sent for Puskarich, and the two happily settled here.

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Ryan Trujillo, a Taos native and 2008 Taos High School graduate has become quite a familiar face in Northern New Mexico over the past year, particularly in the Real Estate community. He was recently acknowledged as one of the top producing Realtors in New Mexico and #1 Top Producing New Broker in the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices system for BHHS New Mexico in 2020.

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Stacey Blish has traveled the world, but Taos real estate was always in her blood, and has now brought her back to become a force in the business.

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Margaret Romero, full time attorney and part time associate broker, has led a complex and interesting life. Her mother and father met in Tennessee while he was enlisted in the Navy and eventually landed in California, where she was born. They moved to New Mexico when she was still a child, later making their way to Taos. Her family has roots here; she guesses she’s the seventh or eight generation to call Taos her home.

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Why do we have monuments and what should they stand for?

What values can sustain people through world-transforming upheaval? What kind of monument would embody cooperation, reciprocity, mutual aid, scarce resource sharing, the common good and a constantly negotiated balance between individual and collective interest?

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Kent Forté’s adventures have taken him from the Peace Corps and jobs around the Caribbean to being manager of the Edelweiss Lodge and Spa and a real estate adviser with Engel  & Voelkers Taos. We asked him about his roundabout and fascinating journey before settling in Taos Ski Valley, and his thoughts on the future.