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In the same week that saw Wall Street for the first time trade water futures as a commodity (like gold or soybeans), the annual meeting via Zoom on Saturday (Dec. 12) of Congreso de las Acequias stood in stark contrast.

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After a heated two hour public hearing to discuss the previously tabled application for the Camino Fiesta subdivision, the town planning and zoning commission eventually tabled the application until Jan. 6 pending several updates.

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William "Buck" Johnston, a Llano Quemado man who climbed a water drilling rig in protest of the Abeyta water rights settlement in March 2019, was found guilty at a jury trial Tuesday (Sept. 8) of criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

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William "Buck" Johnston, a Llano Quemado man who climbed a water drilling rig in protest of the Abeyta water rights settlement in March 2019, was found guilty at a jury trial Tuesday (Sept. 8) of criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

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As an adult I fell under the spell of what one colleague playfully calls acequialocura (acequia madness). I devote time to studying, watching, being involved with, serving, working for, learning, writing, reading and talking about, photographing and admiring acequias, including my own.

Last April, I was appointed Division 2 District judge by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham after being recommended by a bipartisan judicial nominating commission. I am running in the 2020 election to keep my seat. For those who do not know me, I would like to introduce myself.

Beginning in 2018, a group of concerned community members issued a series of public statements regarding the Abeyta Settlement Implementation Plan. The purpose was to foster public awareness and raise legitimate concerns about potential negative cultural and environmental impacts of the implementation plan.

Chevron Mining Inc. will be transferring water rights from a 1,433 acre plot of land near Questa, which formerly acted as the tailings facility of the molybdenum mine. These water rights will be transferred to various mutual domestic associations across Taos County for their continued use.