Tuesday (Oct. 9)
During its 4 p.m. Tuesday meeting, the Taos town council will ratify a grant for the Abeyta water project and consider approving a $57,600 payment to El Prado Water and Sanitation …
Town talks ponying up for water crisis — Monday afternoon (Oct. 8)
The Taos town council will hold a workshop meeting at 4 p.m. Monday (Oct. 8) to discuss the items on the Tuesday agenda (see below). No votes are taken on items. The workshop discussions are videotaped and archived.
Paying for the hospital and treating addicted young people in Taos County — Tuesday morning (Oct. 8)
The Taos County Commission is having a regular meeting Tuesday (Oct. 9) starting at 9 a.m. The votes are mostly procedural — approving travel to police trainings and the like — but the discussion should be interesting. The hospital employees' union will talk about a legislative strategy to tap into unused state funds, while commissioners are poised to hear updates on a "residential treatment center" for young people in Taos County as well as the community center in Vadito and plans for a lobbyist in the upcoming legislative session.
Town votes on water crisis funds — Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 9)
During its 4 p.m. Tuesday meeting, the Taos town council will ratify a grant for the Abeyta water project and consider approving a $57,600 payment to El Prado Water and Sanitation for help during the town's water crisis earlier this year. The town also will consider approving $50,000 to a contractor for repairs to the Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant and $282,000 for a street sweeper. Meetings are at the town council chambers, 120 Civic Plaza Drive.
Also on the agenda is a presentation by David Doolittle about the plan for a North Central New Mexico Veterans Transportation Network to take veterans to various appointments and event.
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