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Christy Ortiz, city of Bayard clerk, representing Bayard, began by saying: "the mayor sends his apologies, as he is under the weather." "The city of Bayard is holding steady on our projects," Ortiz reported. Comment?
At the Grant County Water Commission meeting held on Thursday, Sept. 25, the commissioners heard an update on the preliminary engineering plan from Gary Berg of Engineers, Inc. Berg laid out six alternatives: no construction; construction with one booster pump near Bayard; construction with a booster pump near Santa Clara; construction with no booster pump; construction with lower flows for the first five years; and construction with a photo-voltaic solar array on one booster. Comment?
The New Mexico Finance Authority's Colonias Infrastructure Board, meeting in Cloudcroft, agreed to allow the Hanover Domestic Water Consumer Association to use a previously awarded grant to either rehabilitate the community's wells or drill a new well. The board's $157,000 appropriation originally was intended for water-distribution lines, according to Priscilla Lucero of the Southwest New Mexico Council of Governments. Comment?
Photo: "Walk for Heroes Day" Proclamation Frank Donahue, Cos Erwin, Raul Turrieta, Commission Chairman Brett Kasten, Commissioner Ron Hall, Liz Lopez, and Commissioner Gabriel Ramos. Comment?
Grant County commissioners reviewed an agenda, which was mostly "business as usual," starting with the financial reports, which showed expenditures of $866,027.62 in the two-week period since the last meeting. Comment?
Improvements to Bayard's wells, water meters, irrigation systems and streets are either under way or in the planning stages. Comment?
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