Tuesday, 03 October 2017 18:36

Say No To The Trick Leave And Come B.A.S.H With Us In Farmington

It’s time to vote Albuquerque!

The Trick Leave is on the ballot. Don’t be fooled by marketing hype that this is good for workers. It’s a poorly written ordinance that will cost jobs. Vote AGAINST the proposed Sick Leave ordinance!

Farmington, it’s time for a BASH (Business and Social Hour)

This Thursday, 10/5/17, 5-7 pm at Merrion Oil and Gas. There will be important elected officials, like Mayor Tommy Roberts, Sen Bill Sharer and Rep James Strickler as well as some of the most influential business and community leaders in attendance.

Featuring Guest Speakers: 1) Ms. Barbara Wickman, Dean, San Juan College School of Energy, will discuss growing the New Mexico workforce through proper education and training. She will also talk about the partnership with NMBC; and 2) Free Social Media training provided by New Mexico Communications Pro Wally Drangmeister.

Register today for this FREE event – we are almost out of seats!

What's Brewing Chaves County

Chaves County is considering leveling the playing field by requiring public land agencies to comply with county zoning rules. The Chaves County Board of Commissioners believes that public lands should be treated the same as private lands and have proposed an amendment to Zoning Ordinance. The proposed amendment will be heard for the first time this week at the Planning & Zoning meeting this Tuesday at 5:30. Read more here…

October is Manufacturing Month!

During the month of October, we will recognize the contribution of manufacturing to the state of New Mexico and the nation. As the National Association of Manufacturing’s state partner, NMBC is gearing up on workforce training while we continue to focus on making our state a better place to work and own a business. Join us in celebrating manufacturing.

Check out Marpac Custom who will be hosting a manufacturing tour on October 17th, 2017.

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