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PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE

A land-use hearing will be held on Tuesday, December 12 at 6 PM at City Hall. At the hearing, residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposed zoning change. The property located at 308/312 Main Street (just south of Miss Gails’ Inn)...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    December 1, 2017

CITY VOTES TO KEEP HUB

When Aztec City Commissioners met on Nov. 28, they knew they had a difficult decision to make - whether or not to go ahead with the purchase of the HUB/Business Incubator building located at 119 E....

 

SHARE YOUR IDEAS FOR DOWNTOWN

The Aztec Downtown Metropolitan Redevelopment Area (MRA) Plan will define the community’s vision for the core commercial area. Also called a Downtown Revitalization Plan, a Metropolitan Redevelopment Area Plan examines existing conditions and...

 

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

Aztec City Commissioners met on Nov. 14 for their regular meeting. Mayor Sally Burbridge was absent from the meeting in order to attend the National League of Cities meeting in Charlotte, North...

 

PROGRESS ON WESTERN DR.

Work on Western Drive is nearing completion. The contractor will be installing concrete "collars" around the manholes and water valves in the street and Public Works will be finishing up landscaping...

 
 By Vangie Neil    News    October 27, 2017

THE CITY OF AZTEC NEEDS YOU

As with any city or town, the goal is to continue to grow and in the process, evolve by investing in various types of business developments – small business, farming, healthcare, quality of life,...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    October 27, 2017

CITY COMMISSION

The Aztec City Commission met on Oct. 24 for a workshop and the regular bi-monthly meeting. All commissioners were present and Steve Mueller attended as the Interim City Manager. The workshop agenda...

 

SUNDAY ALCOHOL SALES

Recently the City Commission pulled an item from our agenda that would have given approval to place the Sunday Alcohol Sales question on the March General Election Ballot. (This question is for single serving sales in restaurants or bars on Sundays...

 
 By TALON Staff    News    October 27, 2017

TOUR OPERATORS VISIT

On Oct. 22, Aztec hosted a group of eight tour group operators from around the country. Their visit began with breakfast and a hike to some of the local arches led by Ed Kotyk and Wilann Thomas from the City of Aztec. After lunch and a visit to...

 

INTERIM CITY MANAGER

Aztec City Commission has named Steve Muelller as interim city manager. After seven and a half years, the outgoing Aztec City Manager Josh Ray resigned in September to take another city manager...

 
 By TALON Staff    News    October 20, 2017

WESTERN DRIVE CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES

Neighbors in the area of Western Drive and Western Circle of Aztec have been dealing with construction for over a year now, and are questioning when it will end. The construction began with the sewer...

 

CITY OF AZTEC MEETING AGENDA

Here's a link to the agenda for the next Aztec City Commission meeting. Be involved in our local government! http://www.aztecnm.gov/agendas/2017/Agenda2017-10-24.pdf...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    October 13, 2017

CITY COMMISSION

The Aztec City Commission met for their regular meeting on Oct. 10. The meeting was preceded by a workshop for commissioners to discuss changes to the personnel policy. All commissioners were present...

 

MAYOR ACCEPTS AWARD FOR AZTEC

Sally Burbridge, Mayor of Aztec, recently attended the International Economic Development Council Annual Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. While there she was presented with an award for...

 

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

Aztec City Commissioners met for their regular meeting on Sept. 26. The meeting was preceeded by a workshop to discuss City Code. All commissioners were present for the workshop and meeting. Workshop:...

 

AZTEC HOLDS TOWN HALL MEETING

Steven Saavedra, Aztec's Community Development director, held a town hall meeting on Sept. 19, to get input from the community on what they would like to see in Aztec. Attendance at the meeting...

 

CITY MANAGER RESIGNS

After more than seven years as Aztec City Manager, Josh Ray is resigning to take another city manager position in Lago Vista, Texas. Ray said, "I spoke to the mayor last night and gave her my 60 day...

 

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

The Aztec City Commission held their bi-weekly meeting on Sept. 12. Mayor Pro Tem Sherri Sipe, and Commissioners Sheri Rogers, Austin Randall, and Katee McClure were all present at the meeting. Mayor...

 
 By Bonnie Adams    News    September 1, 2017

CHANGES TO RECYCLE CENTER

The center looks neater, cleaner, has fewer containers and now, even though both the sign at the gate and information on their website say they do not, they will now accept glass. This reporter met...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    August 25, 2017

COMMISSIONERS HEAR UPDATE FROM GUZMAN, RENEW CONTRACT

The Aztec City Commission held their bi-weekly meeting Aug. 22 at City Hall. Present were Mayor Sally Burbridge, and Commissioners Sheri Rogers, Austin Randall and Katee McClure. Mayor Pro-Tem Sherri...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    August 11, 2017

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

Aztec City Commissioners voted on utility rates when they met on Aug. 8. The rates have been studied for the past months, and several public meetings were held to get public input. Each of the four...

 
 By Jessica Selph    News    August 4, 2017

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE

Lover's Lane, one of the cutest areas in town, has had its recent share of water woes and unfortunately things aren't getting any better. It's a battle between Mother Nature in her rainy season and hu...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    July 28, 2017

AZTEC CITY COMMISSION

Aztec City Commissioners met on July 25, where they heard a presentation by Steven Saavedra, Community Development Director. Saavedra brought before the commissioners an ordinance that pertains to shi...

 
 By Debbie Israel    News    July 21, 2017

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

Member of the Aztec community showed up by the hundreds to help celebrate National Night Out on July 18. Minium Park was full of vendors handing out freebies, and people who came to let the bad guys...

 

GIVE CRIME THE BOOT

National Night Out is a unique crime prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW). National Night Out will take place on Tuesday, July 18th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m....

 

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