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Often, when we talk about economic development, the assumption is that only incorporated areas can organize sufficiently to compete for development dollars. Further, some in the county have a strong perception that the county bureaucracy hinders rather than facilitates economic growth.
Doña Ana County Commission Chairman Gilbert T. Apodaca, who represents District 5 and also is President-elect of the New Mexico Association of Counties, was notified by mail this week that an independent investigation into his travel reimbursements has been completed by the law firm of Sandenaw, Carillo and Piazza of Las Cruces.
Doña Ana County Commission Chairman Gilbert T. Apodaca issued a statement of support today to recognize the tenth anniversary of the state’s Maternal and Child Health Plan Act, which led to the development and creation of the Doña Ana County Maternal Child Health Council in 1991.
Top officials from Doña Ana County, the City of Las Cruces and the Las Cruces Public Schools will jointly preside over a Saturday morning dedication ceremony of the recently expanded High Noon Soccer Complex southwest of Mayfield High School.
Doña Ana County Commission Chairman Gilbert T. Apodaca will be among the dignitaries on hand for the Unidad Park groundbreaking ceremonies on the corner of Hermosa Street and Hadley Avenue in Las Cruces on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m.
Each day, the County Manager’s office receives dozens of calls from residents who have legitimate questions about pressing needs related to roads, law enforcement, water and wastewater services, zoning and a host of other issues.