The Environmental Protection Agency invites the Community to a meeting about the emulsified asphalt spill. They will convene a meeting to inform the public about the cleanup and the steps that follow. The New Mexico Environment Department and the US Forest Service invite members of the public to a community meeting on Thursday, November 3rd, tonight from 6 to 8 pm at the Grant County Veterans Memorial Business and Conference Center. Community members are encouraged to attend the meeting to ask questions.
Open enrollment for health insurance on https://www.bewellnm.com is open. BeWellnm is a marketplace where tens of thousands of New Mexicans can get low-cost or no-cost health insurance. This year many New Mexicans will see lower monthly payments, reduced co-pays, and lower deductibles when they shop and compare health plans on https://www.bewellnm.com/
The quarterly meeting of the Grant County Community Health Council is this evening. The meeting will be held at the Grant County Commissioners meeting room at 1400 Highway 180 East from 6 to 7pm. All Grant County community members are welcome. For questions contact Valerie Kling at 575 – 597 – 0025.
For some interesting news, Mexico’s Senate has approved a bill to eliminate daylight saving time. However some cities and towns along the U.S. border can retain daylight saving time.
Luna County listeners:
Western New Mexico University officially breaks ground on the new campus. The Deming Learning Center ceremony will be held Wednesday, November 9th, at 10am at the new campus located at 1360 West Florida Street. There will be light refreshments and pastries.