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Earlier this week in Luna County news we reported that the Board of County Commissioners will hold a public meeting with the intent to consider issuing a Special Use Permit to Solar PV Development NM 18 I LLC for an industrial solar scale project at their Regular Meeting. The date of that meeting has been revised to be held on Thursday, December 12th. The application packet is available for review in the Luna County Manager’s Office. Questions and comments from the public can also be made at the public hearing.
Veterans in 15 New Mexico counties are now able to reserve free round-trip rides to and from their homes and any U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or VA approved medical appointments. The “Highly Rural Veterans Transportation Program” has resumed and now offers the free service to veterans living in counties with no more than seven veterans per every 1,000 residents which includes locally, Catron, Hidalgo, and Sierra counties. DVS has contracted with four transportation companies to provide the round-trip rides. Veterans must contact DVS to make a reservation at least three days before a scheduled appointment at a VA or VA pre-approved medical facility. For more information, visit online at https://www.nmdvs.org/
Members of the Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest from Grant County visited patients at Fort Bayard Medical Center this week. The group of girls dressed in festive attire and sang Christmas songs to patients and staff to show their appreciation and share the holiday spirit. Character, conduct, and community service are core qualities of Girl Scouting and through leadership and service, and members enrich the lives of those around them. For more information on Girl Scouting visit their website at gsdsw.org.
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