Monday Lowdown

Meetings this week: Family center grant, Rio Grand Trail, LANL, and Questa water

Taos council considers family center grant, Rio Grand Trail route, LANL advisory board in Taos, new Questa water well on tap

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Posted 9/24/18

The town of Taos Council meets at 4 p.m. Tuesday for a regular meetingin which the town will be approving an eight-item consent agenda.

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Monday Lowdown

Meetings this week: Family center grant, Rio Grand Trail, LANL, and Questa water

Taos council considers family center grant, Rio Grand Trail route, LANL advisory board in Taos, new Questa water well on tap

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Town to vote on road resurfacing (Tuesday)

The town of Taos Council meets at 4 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 25) for a regular meeting which the town will be approving an eight-item consent agenda.

The consent agenda includes a $135,000 grant for the Youth and Family Center, resurfacing of Camino del Medio and several others. Items on the consent agenda are not up for public comment or discussion unless pulled off for discussion by the council.

Río Grande Trail Commission (Tuesday)

The Rio Grande Trail Commission will meet from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesday, (Sept. 25)  in Taos at  Coronado Hall in the El Taoseño Room, 120 Civic Plaza Drive.

The commission will discuss route plans for the 500-mile trail which two men recently finished hiking and mapping. Click here for information and updates about the Rio Grande Trail Master Plan.

Questa council gathers for regular meeting (Tuesday)

The Questa Village Council will meet Tuesday  (Sept. 25) at 6 p.m. On tap for the night's meeting are discussions of project agreements regarding sewer lines and a water well. Water-related infrastructure has been a major concern for the Questa since a crisis swept the village nearly two years ago.

Public comments are welcome at the beginning of the meeting. The council usually meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month.

Nuke board in Taos (Wednesday)

The Northern New Mexico Citizens' Advisory Board will be meeting in Taos Wednesday (Sept. 26) from 1 to 5:15 p.m. at the Sagebrush Inn Conference Center.

Why does this matter? The board, appointed by the Department of Energy is made up of representatives who are focused on issues related to major federal energy sites, such as Los Alamos National Labs. The board looks at issues of environmental management, such as waste left over from weapons production. The board will discuss, among other items, safety of environmental management at the labs in Los Alamos.

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