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I came here exactly 12 months go. I now know my new neighbors, and attended the Holiday Inn Express hearing yesterday afternoon and evening to get to know my new town.Listening to the often impassioned public comments, and … more
Like every other town in America?In his "My Turn" opinion piece in The Taos News of June 29 Taos Mayor Dan Barrone decries the stagnant economy of our fair town. Is it possible that this may be because Taos is steadily becoming to look more like … more
What should be done about prairie dogs?I was quite seriously wondering what could be done about the extreme prairie dog presence at the Eco Park in Taos. What started as a few cute critters, has now blossomed into quite the problem. They are … more
Ask governor how she voted on wildlife policy On June 23, 2017, the Western Governors’ Association approved Policy Resolution 2017-11. From The Center for Biological Diversity: “Policy resolution 2017-11 recommends delaying lifesaving … more
A June 22 one-sided article in The Taos News went on about prairie dog squatters rights on private property, suggesting that "some people," who have "no standing," should have a say. … more
I want to alert readers about a dangerous experience I had on my bike on Sunday, July 1. On a steep descent down the Taos Ski Valley Road, a full-sized newer model pickup pulled up alongside me. … more
For the millions of environmentalists and scientists in the U.S. and abroad up in arms over the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, I have one simple question, "have … more
The Hampton Inn here charges $172.55/night in July with taxes/fees of $37.34 on top (21.64 percent). Let's pretend that Holiday Inn will be 100 rooms and rent at $150/night and have an occupancy … more
I recently reread Taos County Resolution No. 2017-22 entitled "A Resolution of the Taos County Board of Commissioners Establishing Taos County as Recognizing the Civil Rights of Immigrants and … more
Irony abounds. The front page story (June, 29-July 5, 2017) is about waste and that is what we are given: waste. Waste in the form of the tragically wasteful interview with Laurie Anderson. The … more
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