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Changes to the City of Las Cruces noise ordinance could soon be offered to the Las Cruces City Council for consideration. At its Sept. 13 work session, the council discussed recommendations that came from a preliminary study that was completed in February 2019 by Bohannan Huston, Inc.
Golfers seem to have their own jargon, sayings and expressions, and some are downright hilarious. For example, let’s take the term “chili dip” as used in golf as opposed to a party snack.
Athena Huckaby, who works in health care in Las Cruces, is one of the participants in this year’s Tents to Rents campaign, which is raising funds to help improve the quality of life for people struggling with homelessness at Mesilla Valley Community of Hope’s Camp Hope tent city, and to move some of the camp’s residents into their own apartments.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico (BCBSNM) is contributing $100,000 as part of its Covid-19 Community Collaborative Grant Fund to address the immediate needs of New Mexicans impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, including $10,000 to Las Cruces-based Jardin de los Niños program for children and families struggling with homelessness.
Effective April 1, 2022, recreational use of cannabis will be officially legal in New Mexico. Law enforcement and the mental health community are preparing as well. It will take time but New Mexicans will benefit from the legalization efforts.