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Pearce statement on proposed rule rolling back WOTUS

Washington, DC (June 27, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce released the following statement after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposed a rule to rollbac-- Continue reading

Udall Statement on the Delayed Vote on TrumpCare

WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall released the following statement after Senate Republicans announced they would delay a planned vote on TrumpCare, their bill to repeal and replace the Affordab-- Continue reading

State Parks Issues Notice of Blue-Green Algae at Elephant Butte Lake State Park - Precaution is Advised in Three Sisters Cove Area

State Parks Issues Notice of Blue-Green Algae at Elephant Butte Lake State Park - Precaution is Advised in Three Sisters Cove Area

Elephant Butte, NM – New Mexico State Parks has issued a notice for the presence of Blue-Green Algae at Three Sisters Cove, a small area within Elephant Butte Lake State Park. State Parks is advising v-- Continue reading

NMAC Legislative Excellence Award to Rep. Carl Trujillo

NMAC Legislative Excellence Award to Rep. Carl Trujillo

L-R: President and Hidalgo County Treasurer Tyler Massey, NMAC Lobbyist Tasia Young, NMAC Lobbyist Brian K. Moore, Lea County DWI Program Director Kelly Ford, and NM State Representative Carl Trujillo-- Continue reading

NM Counties to Receive $38.5 Million in PILT Funding for Schools, Roads, Local Police

WASHINGTON - Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall, ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee that oversees funding for the Department of the Interior, and U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, a membe-- Continue reading

Doña Ana County Detention Center Awarded Certificate of Re-Accreditation

Doña Ana County Detention Center Awarded Certificate of Re-Accreditation

L:R-Accreditation Program Manager Scott Chambers, Adult Detention Professional Standards Council Chair Manuel Romero, Doña Ana County Adult Detention Center's Administrator Chris Barela receiving their-- Continue reading

NMAC Announces New Board of Directors for 2017-2019

Taos, New Mexico – The New Mexico Association of Counties (NMAC) elected new leadership at its 81st Annual Conference in Taos County on Thursday evening June 22, 2017. The new leadership assumed their r-- Continue reading

NMAC Outgoing Board Members

Taos, New Mexico –The prestigious NMAC Glass Flame Award was presented by the NMAC Board of Directors to ten elected officials, for their contributions to improve the quality of life in New Mexico for a-- Continue reading

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