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    This letter is long overdue. In December I received a card from Rio Arriba County Commissioner James Martinez. On the card he claims the County has made progress in completing multiple projects, such as County facilities, park upgrades and he projects more projects are in the planning st…

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    Just a quick note on your article “Sheriff’s Office Scores Three Trucks,” in the March 4 issue of the Rio Grande SUN.

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    In last week’s newspaper we saw the accomplishments of our two acequias to Santa Cruz come to completion. (“$250K Acequia Project,” Rio Grande SUN, March 4, 2021, page A1)

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    Riding my bike in my neighborhood I passed two dirty diapers someone had thrown out their car’s window. I stopped, looked around and realized how much trash was on the roadside.

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    We have often heard about the damaging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for those in our state already experiencing inequities and other challenging circumstances. Devastating in normal times, domestic violence is increasing and resources that help people experiencing domestic…

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    This letter is in response to the governor’s responsibility to appoint a replacement for the vacancy which exists for District 2 Rio Arriba County Commissioner. As chairman of the Rio Arriba County Commission I find it concerning that the governor continues to delay in making an appointm…

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