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The Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners has approved a preliminary 2001/2002 budget that includes more than $1.8 million for health-care programs across the county and nearly a half-million dollars for non-health-related programs, including youth and senior recreation initiatives.
The Doña Ana County Emergency Operations Center – an office jointly funded by Doña Ana County, the State of New Mexico and the City of Las Cruces – has moved into new headquarters in the Doña Ana County Public Health Building at 1170 N. Solano in Las Cruces.
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 Utility Department has scheduled an April 5 community meeting in the northern-county community of Salem to apprise residents of details related to the implementation of a new wastewater collection and treatment system.
When the National Fire Protection Association launched its 2000 Great Escape Campaign to promote fire safety issues, one of the volunteer fire departments that responded with an outreach program to the community was La Union Volunteer Fire Department.