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Confusion clouds county code Ido not hold an advanced degree in public policy. Nor am I a builder or developer. I don’t hold a real estate license. I’m certainly not an attorney. So it’s no wonder I had trouble reading and understanding the 455page Unified Development Code (UDC) that’s being proposed for Doña Ana County. Of course, many of the landowners in our county are not experts either. The code, which ...

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Aggies open Sun Belt play at Troy BULLETIN REPORT With a combined 74 points under its belt the past two weeks, the New Mexico State University offense appears to be clicking. The defense, though, has surrendered 93 points during the same time period and now must travel to face a program that hung 52 points on the scoreboard in Aggie Memorial Stadium last year. Coming off a 62-42 loss at Kentucky, the Aggies (1-2) ...

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Officers deserve appreciation Recognize our neighbors performing this difficult, thankless service In the days following the recent shooting death of Alamogordo police officer Clint Corvinus, it rained in Alamogordo. In the days following the recent shooting death of Hatch police officer Jose Chavez, it rained in Doña Ana County. When former Alamogordo police officer Al Marchand died in one of the hijacked planes flown into the World Trade Center ...

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Bulletin Report The New Mexico State Senate voted 30 -10 to require that one of the five New Mexico State University (NMSU) regents have a degree or at least experience in agriculture. The bill requires that one of the five regents have a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate in the fields of agriculture, agriculture systems management, animal science or a comparable discipline or at least four years of agricultural experience. It is sponsored by Sens. Cliff Pirtle (R-Roswell) and Pat Woods (R-Broadview). “Ag industry is a ...

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Bulletin Report One state senator on Wednesday is proposing a tax overhaul bill whose provisions, he says, could be the cure-all for the state’s budget crisis. Sen. William Sharer (R-Farmington) would cut out most taxes state and local taxes and replace them with a flat two-percent tax on things people buy. Sharer says studies show such a flat tax would generate enough revenue to pay for all state and local government functions and “it could raise even more revenue than the current tax ...

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