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New CANDIDATE Questions

1. Within Aztec’s Commission-Manager Government, explain your understanding of the role of an Aztec City Commissioner? 2. If the bypass goes in, when will the bad narrow section from Tiger Park to Highway 550 (Dam Road) be completed? 3. In your...

 

Answer/s from Joel Barton, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected] 505-330-3788

Q: What are your ideas for Aztecs economic diversification?  A: First, it is most important to keep up good relations with the current businesses that already exist and contribute to our local economy including small businesses (like farms and...

 

Answer/s from Rosalyn Fry, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected] 505-334-2510

Q: THE HUB HAS BEEN A WIDELY DEBATED SUBJECT. THE CITY HAS MADE THE DECISION TO PURCHASE THE BUILDING ($100,000).WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ON THE HUB? DO WE INVEST FURTHER RESOURCES IN MAINTAINING A SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR? OR, DO WE CUT OUR LOSSES AND...

 

Answer/s from Sheri Rogers, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected] 505-635-5249

Q. Within Aztec’s Commission-Manager Government, explain your understanding of the role of an Aztec City Commissioner. A. An in-depth analysis of the Commission-Manager form of government is available on the New Mexico Municipal League (NMML)...

 

Answer/s from Mark E. Lewis, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected], (505) 330-6394

Q: What are your ideas for Aztecs economic diversification? A: I believe the city should encourage diversification by working with existing economic development agencies in San Juan County. We already have a diverse mix of small businesses and light...

 

AZTEC CANDIDATE QUESTIONS FORUM

New CANDIDATE Questions From YOU, TALON Readers 1. Within Aztec’s Commission-Manager Government, explain your understanding of the role of an Aztec City Commissioner? 2. What is the most important job of an Aztec City Commissioner? 3. If water...

 

TALON'S AZTEC CITY ELECTION FORUM - GUIDELINES

TALON election Forum Guidelines: TALON will make available, at no charge, a space for candidates and community members to publish questions and views on community issues, and espouse relevant opinion. To keep it fair, we have the following...

 

TALON'S AZTEC CITY ELECTION FORUM Where your candidates answer your questions

Answer/s from Rosalyn Fry, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected] 505-334-2510 Q: WHAT ARE YOUR IDEAS FOR AZTEC’S ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION? A: Economic diversification is an issue for our entire region. It will be important to...

 

TALON'S AZTEC CITY ELECTION FORUM Where your candidates answer your questions

Answer/s from Victor Snover, Candidate for City Commission, [email protected], 304-550-7099 Q: Are you in Favor or Opposed to the Sunday liquor sales? A: On the topic of Sunday alcohol sales in Aztec, I am wholeheartedly in favor of being able to...

 

TALON'S AZTEC CITY ELECTION FORUM Where your candidates answer your questions

Candidate Answers - Joel Barton - 02.07.18 Reply to Constituent Questions in the Talon Q: What is your plan to return Reservoir 1 to service?  A: Not being a commissioner (yet) I am not quite sure where the city public works is at with this...

 

TALON'S AZTEC CITY ELECTION FORUM Where your candidates answer your questions

Q: What is your plan to return Reservoir 1 to service? A: My understanding is Reservoir 1 was drained to allow for dredging and removing accumulated silt. When I visited the reservoir, there was no sign this work is progressing, and while some silt...

 

EARLY VOTING HAS BEGUN

Early voting has begun it is Your job, your business, your voice, your town...

 
 By J.R.SYKES    Politics    February 9, 2018

AZTEC CANDIDATES FORUM

Certified Candidates for Regular Aztec City Commission Election were in full attendance at the Candidates Forum Thursday night as members of a full house of citizens, business owners and others filled...

 

TALON ELECTION FORUM

Answers from Victor Snover, Candidate for City Commission, District 4, [email protected], (304)550-7099 Q: What is my plan to return Reservoir 1 back into service? A: After visiting with members of city staff, I learned of the challenges that our...

 

Aztec Candidates Forum Questions

So far, talon has received no candidate letters this week addressed to the citizens of Aztec, so we decided to shoot some questions to the candidates from our staff and readers. We think you will find them interesting, and we look forward to...

 

TALONS AZTEC election Forum Guidelines:

TALON will make available, at no charge, a space for candidates and community members to publish questions and views on community issues, and espouse relevant opinion. To keep it fair, we have guidelines. Forum Guidelines: Local community decency...

 

City Election Forum

I’m as guilty as anyone of only paying attention to city business when my utilities and taxes go up or when the street sweeper doesn’t come through my neighborhood as often as I think it should. When close friends encouraged me to run for the...

 

TALON AZTEC ELECTION FORUM GUIDELINES

The Aztec Local News takes seriously the newspapers role in the election process. We believe in the importance of open dialogue, and educated voters. As your newspaper, we are uniquely positioned to...

 

2018 REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION

A regular municipal election will be held on March 6, 2018 at Aztec City Hall at 201 W. Chaco, Aztec. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. Three Commissioner seats are up for grabs:...

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Public is hereby notified that Candidate Filing Day for Municipal Elections for the following Districts will be on January 9, 2018 from 8:00am to 5:00pm in the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall 201 W. Chaco: District #2 Commission Position,...

 

NEVILLE REAPPOINTED TO INTERIM COMMITTEES

New Mexico Senate Minority Caucus Chair Senator Steve Neville (R-Farmington) was reappointed to serve as a voting member on three legislative committees during the interim when the legislature is not in session. He was also appointed as an advisory...

 

Libertarians Organize in San Juan County

On May 12, San Juan County Libertarians organized a local branch of the Libertarian Party of New Mexico to grow the political party’s presence in the Farmington area. The group will meet weekly. “We are pleased so many people turned out for our...

 

Minimum Wage Passes First Hurdle In House

The House Democrats passed House Bill 67 through the House Labor and Economic Development Committee on a 6-5 vote. The bill sponsored by Representative Miguel Garcia (D-Albuquerque) would incrementally raise the state’s minimum wage to $10.10 an ho...

 

Summertime ALL the Time

“Summertime all the time not only sounds great, it makes sense,” Senator Cliff Pirtle said. The Roswell State Senator is once again sponsoring a bill to avoid the unnecessary inconvenience of springing forward, falling back. His bill, SB 239 was...

 

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