The Village of Angel Fire Public Utilities Department is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the following position: Two (2) Water/Wastewater System Operators, applicants for this position must possess or ability to acquire Level one certification within one year, if certified must have current NM Water or Wastewater Systems Operator 1 or higher. Both positions are … [Read more...] about Waste Water Management Department
Archives for September 2020
A dirty mask may be harmful to the person wearing it. If your mask is disposable, throw it away after one use. If your mask is cloth, like any other garment, it should be washed after every wearing. This reduces the risk of spreading the coronavirus or other germs. How do I clean my face mask? Bandannas, face scarves and masks made of fabric, such as cotton, can be … [Read more...] about How Dirty Is Your Mask?
It’s important that you know some key details about the 2020 Census and how it impacts our state. The below information is simple and straightforward, but it’s the most important information to know~ The last day people can respond to the 2020 Census is September 30, 2020. The census is 10 simple questions that are easy for everyone to answer. It does not ask for … [Read more...] about Census + New Mexico: What You Need To Know
Come up to Angel Fire Family Resort, where we have been social distancing since 1966! Get the best deals on lodging all autumn long when you stay with us, your base camp for family adventure! Book a quiet cabin that can fit the whole family with all the comforts of home, or secure the best fall views of the valley with one of our managed condos. Our vacation rentals combine … [Read more...] about Celebrate Fall At New Mexico’s Best FAMILY Resort!
By Jo Mixon According to the Experts: What are our Proven, Documented Average Annual Snowfall Numbers for Angel Fire? Approximately 154" to 160" per year. Photo below is Mount Baldy September 10, 2020 courtesy of Philmont Boy Scout Ranch In the last Blast, I wanted to know if it had ever snowed in September in the Angel Fire area. I googled it. I couldn't find any … [Read more...] about Average Annual Snowfall Numbers For Angel Fire
The Associated Press Updated: September 08, 2020 06:26 AM CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) — A major oil and gas producer in the Permian Basin withdrew its application for a permit to construct and operate a natural gas facility in southeastern New Mexico. The Carlsbad Current-Argus reports Exxon Mobil subsidiary XTO Energy Inc. announced last week it is withdrawing its permit … [Read more...] about XTO Energy Pulls Plan For New Mexico Natural Gas Facility
Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Last Tuesday, Leadership Albuquerque dug into the tourism and hospitality industry to learn how the successful “New Mexico True” state brand was born, understand how the industry has been impacted by COVID-19 and what recovery might look like, explore the fast-evolving world of manned space flight and space tourism, and more. In its … [Read more...] about An Interesting Time To Hear From Tourism Leaders and Industry Innovators
In light of current travel restrictions and health concerns NMACI has adjusted our Annual Membership Retreat scheduled on September 24 & 25, 2020 in Las Cruces, NM to an NMACI Policy Webinar Series taking place each Thursday morning in September from 9:00 am to 10:30 am. We have an amazing group of speakers who will address key issues for New Mexico’s business community. We … [Read more...] about NMACI Policy Webinar Series
And why not, it's 2020! Offload Area of the Chile Express this morning, 09-09-2020 Photo Courtesy of Angel Fire Resort Average Snow and Weather Conditions in Angel Fire Resort During September (Week 2) The average snowfall forecast during week 2 of September for Angel Fire Resort is 0.0 in. There are typically 0.0 snowy days during this week. Angel Fire Resort … [Read more...] about Early September Snow In The Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Voter Registration The Voter Registration Books close Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at 5:30 pm for the November 3, 2020 General Election. Anyone who is NOT presently registered and wishes to vote in this election may register at NMvote.org or at the County Clerk’s Office, Courthouse, Raton, New Mexico. The office hours are 7:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. You may … [Read more...] about Voter Registration & Absentee Voting
North Central New Mexico Economic Development District is excited to announce the new Working Now revolving loan program. Working Now loans are now available to help small businesses affected by the pandemic with expenses like payroll, rent, inventory, marketing, ecommerce development, personal protective equipment and small capital improvements. In addition to funding, NCNMEDD … [Read more...] about Working Now Revolving Loan Program
By Jonathan Weinberger, Executive Vice President, Global Innovation Policy Center It’s been just over five months since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a global pandemic. While that may feel like an eternity for some, it’s important to remember how quickly the science has progressed towards a COVID-19 vaccine in a short period of time. Just 3 months … [Read more...] about Discover & Deliver: Vaccine and Therapeutic Candidates for Coronavirus Rapidly Accelerating
US Chamber of Commerce President Trump’s recently issued Executive Order (EO) to defer payroll taxes, while well-intended, raises serious concerns for both employees and employers. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce along with more than 30 trade associations sent a letter to Congress and the Treasury Department urging them to work together on a path forward to provide tax relief … [Read more...] about If You Choose the Payroll Tax Deferral, How Would it Affect You?
By Jo Mixon August 28, 2020 - September 18, 2020 "The Virus Is Still Here", said Governor Lujan-Grisham in her live broadcast, “Introducing this amount of risk, I wouldn’t do it if we didn't think it was safe and if we didn't think we could do it,” she said. After reaching and sustaining some of the lowest COVID-19 case numbers and positive test rates since the … [Read more...] about New Public Health Order For New Mexico
By the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce As we all know, tourism and entertainment has be hit the hardest during the current economic recession, which accounts for a significant portion of the 12.7% unemployment rate, eighth highest in the nation. The depth of the effects on these two industry segments is quite startling. Here's a look at tourism: The Impact of … [Read more...] about Restaurants & Hospitality Hit Hard
Artist Call - Donate a 5x5 on Canvas Greetings fellow artists! I'm contacting you for The Shuter Library's 5x5 fundraiser. We are not able to have a reception this year due to Covid 19 but still plan on hosting the event. We will have a date where we start to display the artwork so people can see what is available. Then we will have a date when people can start purchasing in … [Read more...] about 5×5 Shuter Library Fundraiser
Good Afternoon, As we continue to navigate through the Pandemic, Angel Fire has done very well keeping the number of positive COVID cases extremely low and following the Public Health Orders and other CDC guidelines and best practices. Having just lived through the summer of no events or community activities, we are hopeful moving into the winter season that more … [Read more...] about A Letter From Mayor Mixon