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Tortugas Road from South Main to Tigua Drive will be closed for three days, beginning Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005. The closures will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day to facilitate utility work. Detour routes will be posted.
Due to a resignation, the Doña Ana County Planning Department is again accepting applications from individuals who would like to work on a committee whose mission is to provide input toward a rewrite of the county’s Extra-territorial Zoning Ordinance.
The Doña Ana County Planning Department’s GIS Division is in line to receive about $75,000 in Border 2012 grant funding from the Environmental Protection Agency to continue efforts against illegal solid-waste dumping.
The Doña Ana County Juvenile Detention Facility will sponsor Halloween activities and contests for dozens of young people who are locked up in the facility. This is the fourth year that Halloween activities have been incorporated into the juvenile-detention calendar.
Doña Ana County Health and Human Services Department Director Silvia C. Sierra has been appointed to a membership position on the National Association of Counties’ Health Steering Committee. NACo President Bill Hansell announced the appointment this week.
The Special Deputy Sheriff Commission (SDSC) of Doña Ana County will host the Spirit of Service Awards Friday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. at the Las Cruces Hilton, to honor Doña Ana County's law enforcement professionals. The public is encouraged to attend.
Due to a resignation, Doña Ana County is seeking applications from residents interested in serving on the Planning and Zoning Commission, a seven-member board of volunteers whose members review land-use and development matters at twice-monthly public hearings.
The Doña Ana County Planning Department is accepting applications from individuals who would like to work on a committee whose mission is to provide input toward a rewrite of the county’s subdivision regulations.