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According to a news release from the Town of Silver City, management of the Silco Theater in historic Downtown Silver City will soon return to Silver City Mainstreet to take on the day-to-day operations. “Charmeine Wait, executive director of Silver City Mainstreet, stated that current managers Bob Grunstein and Joe Navan of Silco Revival LLC decided not to renew the lease, at least in part to major shifts in the movie theater business, namely online streaming and the COVID pandemic’s impact on ticket sales.” New uses for the property have been discussed, including a performance stage with a moveable screen. For now, first and second-run films will continue to be shown at least part of the week. In addition, Mainstreet will be hiring a part-time cultural coordinator to identify, book and coordinate artists and events for the Silco, along with a part-time projectionist and a concession salesperson. The Silco will be vacated by current management by September 30th.
In Deming news, The Luna County Road Department has started upgrading Eighth Street SW starting at Orno Road, located at the corner of Deming Estates, and ending at Monte Vista Road SW. The project began today and will be completed at the end of October. Eighth Street SW will be closed to thru traffic except for residents and school buses. Drivers are reminded to use caution and follow all traffic signs.
The Santa Clara Action Committee is seeking volunteers to help out during the upcoming Autism Fest that will be held on October 16th in the Village of Santa Clara. Volunteers are needed to assist with traffic control and overseeing games and activities. Individuals interested in volunteering can leave their name and contact information with the Village of Santa Clara City Hall by calling 575-537-2443.
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