Thursday June 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
Village of Santa Clara 105 N. Bayard Street, Santa Clara, NM

MEETING ID# 826 625 3124
CALL IN # 1-346-248-7799 ID# 826 625 3124 PASSWORD# 529253

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call
IV. Approval of Agenda
V. Minutes for Regular Meeting May 13, 2021
VI. Approval of Department Reports
VII. Mayor's Report
VIII. New Business (Possible Action)
1. Approve/Disapprove Mr. Luis H. Jr., Mrs. Maria Elena Lopez and Mariah Palomarez, through Code Enforcement Officer JoeAdam Gallegos, requesting permission to install at 1002 Bellm Street a 2021 Clayton, 14 ft. X 76 ft. Manufactured home.
2. Approve/Disapprove Purchase of Radios for the Village of Santa Clara Fire Department in the
amount of $13,086.36
IX. Old Business (Possible Action) - NONE
X. Resolutions (Approve or Disapprove)
1. Resolution 2021-15 Participation in the Transportation Project Fund Program Administered by the New Mexico Department of Transportation
2. Resolution 2021-16 Participation in the Transportation Project Fund Program Administered by the New Mexico Department of Transportation
3. Resolution 2021-17 Participation in the Transportation Project Fund Program
Administered by the New Mexico Department of Transportation
4. Resolution 2021-18 ratifying the vote of the Village Board of Trustees on March 11, 2021, to vacate the north 4 feet of Cottonwood Street adjoining the east 108 feet of Lot 40, Block 5 (442 Fort Bayard Street), a total of 0.010 acre.
XI. Proclamations (Approve or Disapprove) - NONE
XII. Ordinances (Approve or Disapprove)-NONE
XIII. Public Comments
XIV. Closed Session Limited to Personnel Matters Pursuant to 10-5-1 H (2) NMSA 1978 for Anticipated and Pending Litigation, Police, Administration, Maintenance and Fire Departments (Roll Call)
XV. Open Session (Roll Call)
XVI. Hiring, Raises, Terminations, etc. (Possible Action)
XVII. Next Meetings:
2nd Regular Meeting to be held Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
1st Regular Meeting Thursday, July 08, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
XVIII. Adjournment

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