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For first time ever, votes can be cast on Memorial Day Bulletin report For the first time ever, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office will be open on the Memorial Day holiday, Monday, May 30, so people can vote early in the 2016 primary election. Memorial Day voting will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the county government center, 845 N. Motel Blvd. “The election officials working the polls ...

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Council approves update in impact fees By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a 6-1 vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved a resolution granting updates to the city’s public safety development impact fees and capital improvement plan. Councillor Ceil Levatino was the sole vote against the resolution. The vote will mean a fee increase for some home owners and some business owners. The fees are “onetime payments used to ...

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Bulletin report Some Las Cruces Democrats are putting their support for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton front and center. Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Sen. Joseph Cervantes, Rep. Bill McCamley and Democratic Committeewoman Joni Gutierrez will join supporters, volunteers and community members to open a Las Cruces organizing office for the group “Hillary for New Mexico.” The official opening is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at 114 S. Water St. Miyagishima, Cervantes, McCamley and Gutierrez will discuss why they support the former first lady and secretary of ...

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Bulletin report Las Crucen Robbie Tafoya wanted to make sure incumbent Doña Ana County Commissioner in District 4 Wayne Hancock had competition in June’s Democrat primary. Soon after he filed in March to seek the seat, though, Tafoya said he discovered he was pleased with the other Democrat candidates who were also in the race, so he withdrew his name. “I just wanted to make sure he had some competition,” Tafoya said. David Bonnor and Isabela Solis are also seeking the Democratic nomination. Early voting ...

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court8 Bulletin report If you expect to make it through security at Third Judicial District Court at 201 W. Picacho Ave., you better plan to leave your cell phone in your car’s glove box and put your purse in the trunk. And don’t even think about bringing your backpack along. You can no longer take electronic devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets, etc., as well as purses, bags and backpacks and other items into the building. Cigarette ...

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