Taos County Commission cancels April 7 meeting

By Jesse Moya
jmoya@taosnews.com
Posted 4/3/20

In order to abide by the State’s emergency guidelines, members of the Taos County Board of Commissioners have decided to cancel their April 7 meeting. 

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Taos County Commission cancels April 7 meeting

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In order to abide by the State’s emergency guidelines, members of the Taos County Board of Commissioners have decided to cancel their April 7 meeting. 

According to New Mexico Attorney General Hector Baldera, counties are advised to postpone or cancel any non-essential meetings for the duration of the emergency health declaration surrounding COVID-19. 

Taos County Manager Brent Jaramillo said in the past that if budgetary or financial items need to be passed, they would likely be passed in the form of a consent agenda, giving commissioners the opportunity to read the material and vote on the items as a whole. 

The cancellation of the meeting comes as Taos County continues to work to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus as cases have increased in the area. Taos County currently has 13 of the state’s 495 cases. 

Taos County officials have reduced the available hours the public is allowed to enter the county complex and have sent all non-essential employees to work remotely.

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