It’s tough duty sitting in on an Española Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The Oct. 14 meeting ran from about 6:15 p.m. to 12:38 a.m. the next day.
The well-hashed unwanted trash conversation has come up twice in the last two Española City Council meetings. Understandably, city councilors don’t want trash on streets, public areas, parking lots or spilling over from business dumpsters.
The Santa Fe New Mexican took a stand on the nation’s “lost white woman” nonsense in a good Sept. 23 editorial. This country and its population of shallow citizens spend way too much time obsessing on the whereabouts of lost white women who have been kidnapped, killed or both.
Youth is truly wasted on the young. Today’s children and teens seem to appreciate so little of what they have and what’s available to them it makes you wonder what we’ll be looking at in 10 to 20 years.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham visited Española on Sept. 8, Northern New Mexico College, specifically. She held what was labeled a roundtable discussion with local politicians and hand-selected students who have benefited from the governor’s Opportunity Scholarship fund.
The 2021 landrace chile crop is doing wonderfully. The green chile matured midway through the third week of September and the plants have not stopped growing and producing. The individual pods that grew on the plants this year were nearly double the size of the larger pods that grew last yea…
If you asked Española School Board members who the superintendent works for, each would probably reply, the Board. Technically it does hire and fire the superintendent but he and all his minions are paid by taxpayers. And the Board will surely agree they’re responsible in some way to tax…