It’s Election Day for bond issues in Santa Fe, Las Cruces and Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties.
Get Out The Vote! Election day for the CNM Mill Levy Bond is Tuesday, February 2. We urge all Bernalillo and Sandoval County voters, including Rio Rancho and Corrales residents, to get informed and vote! Voting information can be found here.
Stop the Special Interest Raid of the Land Grant Permanent: NM continues to be ranked among the worst of all states for educational achievement. Many young adults leave school unable to read or grasp basic math skills. Recent reports show we’ve made some improvement, but New Mexico is still ranked 49th.
The 2016 legislative session has begun and both chambers are hearing bills. There are many positive things that can be done to make New Mexico a stronger economic engine and NMBC 2016 priorities, show how we think that can happen. We hope that partisanship will be set aside in the interest of the people in this great state.
CNM Spends $626,000 on 80 Year Old Homes, Asks Voters to Approve a Tax Increase For Dire Need Repairs: The New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) has uncovered new information about the Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) request for a property tax increase.
Public records show that CNM has spent $626,000 on off-campus, residential homes that are 80 years old. The homes, listed on Bernalillo County (BernCo) property tax records, are located at 2101 Oxford Avenue SE and 2100 Coal Place SE.
SJGS Plan Approved: After years of discussion, hearings and community involvement, the NM Public Regulation Commission adopted PNM’s plan to shut down half of San Juan Generating Station (SJGS) yesterday. This decision is good news for those wanting affordable and reliable electric energy for the state.