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The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) has notified Doña Ana County that the Doña Ana County Government Center is a finalist in the Civic/Public Building category for the 2006 NAIOP Awards of Excellence.
Doña Ana County has joined forces with the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University to celebrate the sixth annual “Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children” on Sept. 25, 2006.
In anticipation of a heavily attended Southern New Mexico State Fair, Doña Ana County has begun daily fogging on the property to control mosquito populations. Standing water is being treated with chemicals to kill mosquito larvae.
Doña Ana County Detention Center inmate Daryl Spencer Freeman, 23, died Thursday at Memorial Medical Center after complaining from his medical-unit jail cell of dizziness, pain and shortness of breath.
District 4 Doña Ana County Commissioner D. Kent Evans is among 45 leaders from across the state selected to participate in the 2006-2007 Leadership New Mexico Core Program. This is the 11th class for the Leadership New Mexico Core Program.
Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have scheduled four site visits this week to assist flood-affected residents and small-business owners with the process for recovery assistance. All site visits will feature bilingual translation services.
Doña Ana County Manager Brian D. Haines has announced the promotion of M. Sue Padilla to the position of Assistant County Manager. The promotion became effective Sept. 1. She retains her duties as Director of Utilities and Environmental Services.