Jay Rubin

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City Meeting Tonight: Roundup of Agenda Items

By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter The Truth or Consequences City Commission will hold their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 8, at 6 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING •The owners of the Buckhorn Saloon, at 307 Main Street, have appealed the city commission’s decision to tear down the building. A public hearing is required in cases of condemnation … Continue reading

City Commission Rules of Procedure Work Session

By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter For the second time in a month, the Truth or Consequences City Commission discussed their Rules of Procedure at a work session held an hour before their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 24. About a month ago, commissioners amended Rule 17 via resolution. It said all public comments must pertain … Continue reading

City Commission Holds Procurement Work Session

By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter The Truth or Consequences City Commission held a work session on procurement procedures at Commissioner Steve Green’s request on Tuesday, April 24, at 5 p.m., an hour before their regular session. Procurement Officer Pat Wood gave a presentation, mostly delineating amounts that require verbal and written quotes or public bidding. … Continue reading

Spaceport Welcome Center Grabs Three Agenda Items

By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter Hans Townsend and Mike Kertesz gave presentations to the Truth or Consequences City Commission concerning the spaceport welcome center. Then, during executive session, the old fire station was on the agenda, which has been discussed as a possible welcome center. No action was taken on the three agenda items, Tuesday, … Continue reading

TorC Commission to Meet Tuesday

Several Items to be Covered By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter Truth or Consequences City Commissioners will hold a work session, starting at 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 24, followed by a regular meeting. The work session will include discussion of the City Commission Rules of Procedure. The American Civil Liberties Union has contacted City Attorney Jay … Continue reading

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