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Sandoval County Oil & Gas Ordinance Actions You Can Take

Sandoval County Oil & Gas Ordinance Actions You Can Take

Sandoval County is amending its comprehensive zoning ordinance to address oil and gas extraction. Here are some actions concerned citizens can take ...
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Sandoval County  oil and gas ordinance

Sandoval County oil and gas ordinance

Should Northwest Sandoval County families have weaker oil and gas safeguards than Rio Rancho residents? That’s what is proposed in a draft ordinance being considered by the county. Several drafts were never made public, but in mid-June a draft oil and gas ordinance was posted on the Sandoval County Planning and Zoning Commission website. The draft divides the county into a “Northwest Energy Development Area” and a “Southeast Development Area.” The ordinance describes the Northwest area as including Counselor, La Jara, Regina, Torreon, Cabezon, ...
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Seeking student Water Sentinels

Seeking student Water Sentinels

By Eric Patterson Water Sentinels — Rios de Taos has been awarded a grant to encourage student participation in water-monitoring activities and the general environmental activities of Sierra Club. We will continue to work with Taos High School students — the Tiger Salamanders — and will be contacting other high schools to initiate more student environmental programs. Our long-term goal is to have more student environmental organizations and more young Sierra Club members. If you know of any New Mexico ...
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Training for Action

Training for Action

Training For Action is a community-generated, volunteer-organized, afternoon event designed to build capacity for emerging and seasoned activists alike. Join us Sunday April 23 at South Valley Academy ...
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SB312 - renewable energy for NM -- act now

SB312 – renewable energy for NM — act now
Senate Hearing March 10

SB312, which requires utilities to move towards renewable energy, will be heard by the Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee on Friday 3/10 at 2 pm in Room 311. The Clean-Energy Jobs Bill would require New Mexico’s big utilities to provide 50% of their electricity from renewable energy by 2030 and 80% by 2040. Co-ops would have lower requirements. Please attend the hearing Friday to help convince senators on this committee to pass this climate-protecting and economy-boosting legislation. The hearing is likely to be delayed because of Senate floor ...
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