County moves forward on law enforcement complex
Luna County Special Projects and Facilities Management Director Billy Ruiz gave an update on the progress for the planning phase of the complex during the regular commissioner's meeting Tuesday at the third-floor chambers of the Luna County Courthouse.
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#1 Nov 22, 2013
It is so typical of the county to purchase a property and NOT do a traffic impact study before the purchase. Its too late to worry about that now, how ever, the county can always purchase another property for the LCSO for their collection of property purchases that did not work out. The tax payers are getting weary of thoughtless and random purchases for the LCSO.
Traffic study, water study, flood zone, ground contamination, asbestos removal, bad location, this list of stupid not thought out purchases is endless for the county. Luna County has too much money to waste.'' Moving Forward'' is that what you call it?
#2 Nov 23, 2013
depends on who the seller is i.e. shattuck, Armijo, milo
#3 Nov 23, 2013
the Deming PD wants to lease part of it to house their force when this anal probe thing is settled.
#4 Nov 24, 2013
City police and LCSO under the same roof? There is no way that these two groups should ever be housed under the same roof.
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