A personnel matter that couldn’t get behind a closed-door executive session during the Chama Village council’s regular April 28 meeting, turned into a two-hour public grievance event between councilors, the mayor and the clerk.
The Española City Council unanimously approved on April 27 two separate but similar memorandums of understanding with the Española Valley Youth Baseball and Softball Little League and the McCurdy Charter School that allows the organizations’ use of several city ball fields.
State Senator Leo Jaramillo alongside Elsa Lopez of Somos un Pueblo Unido and several volunteers ready signs on International Workers Day, May 1. Volunteers from Somos were handing out free ice cream as thanks to essential workers who worked through the pandemic.
The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.
The Show and Shine Car Shows will resume this summer after the Española City Council approved an agreement at its April 27 meeting with Isaac Romero to use the Plaza for several Saturdays this summer, beginning May 22.
While on routine patrol on State Road 74 in Chamita, Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s Office Deputy James Mayers came up behind a white pickup that was not holding the lane and “swerved off the roadway several times.”