Monday Lowdown

Meetings this week: Taos Air funds, community wildlife protection and fire wise

Posted 3/10/19

Town and village meetings are happening around the Enchanted Circle this week.

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Monday Lowdown

Meetings this week: Taos Air funds, community wildlife protection and fire wise


Monday (March 11):
Town of Taos – Councilors will hear a presentation by Paul Figueroa, president of the Taos Arts Council during a workshop meeting, 4 p.m. at the council chambers, 120 Civic Plaza Drive. 

Village of Angel Fire – The Fire Wise Committee meets at 1 p.m. at Village Hall to discuss a defensible space ordinance among other items. 

Tuesday (March 12):
Town of Taos – Taos councilors will vote on providing an additional $650,000 to Taos Air to extend the charter flight service through the summer. It is on the consent agenda for the regular council meeting at 4 p.m. in council chambers.  Councilors also will discuss and possibly vote on a change to an ordinance amending the zoning map and land use development code for a single parcel of 16.9 acres at Paseo del Canon East and Weimer Road.  Councilors also will discuss a proposed affordable housing project on Herdner Road

Village of Questa – Councilors will meet at 6 p.m. to discuss a utility rate study, a community wildlife protection plan and membership in the North Central Regional Transit District.  The council also will discuss and take action on water system improvements, a subject of vital interest to a village that lost water for weeks a couple of years ago. The meeting takes place at council chambers, 2500 Old State Road 3. 

Village of Taos Ski Valley  – Village councilors meet at 2 p.m. at the Edelweiss Lodge Club Room. 

Wednesday (March 13):
Town of Taos – marketing committee meets at 9:30 a.m. at the conference room, 400 Camino de la Placita. The committee will hear reports from marketing director Karina Armijo, Marissa Le of The Waite Co.,  and Anissa Arambide of Taos County.


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