Argen Duncan The Joint Land Use Study committee stopped short when it came to tall buildings Wednesday, opting instead to ask local officials to consider implementing a series of policy recommendations. The committee’s decision sends recommendations to the Roosevelt and Curry County commissions. Commissioners can then implement those recommendations if and when they choose. On […]
The city of Clovis released the first draft of its Affordable Housing Plan. At this point all the individual recommendations are not included, according to Clarie Burroughes, the city’s community director. The city is seeking public input regarding the document.
The City of Clovis currently has the following volunteer positions available on city boards and committees: Representatives to the Clovis-Carver Library Board. This board meets quarterly at 5:30 p.m. on a Monday. The Board makes recommendations regarding the Clovis-Carver Library to the Clovis City Commission. Representatives to the Commission for Older Adults. This board meets […]
The City of Clovis currently has a vacancy for a resident from District 4 to serve on the Keep Clovis Beautiful Committee. This committee meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at City Hall and makes recommendations to the Clovis City Commission regarding beautification projects in the community. The City of […]
CNJ Staff Photo: Tony Bullocks Clovis Animal Control supervisor Louisa Maestas comforts a Chihuahua that was turned into the shelter. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Members of the Clovis animal control task force discussed how to present their recommendations regarding the city’s animal regulations during the Nov. 20 city commission meeting. The nine-member task […]
City of Clovis Lodger’s Tax Advisory Board needs a volunteer representing the hotel industry. The committee meets quarterly to make recommendations to the Clovis City Commission regarding disbursement of the lodger’s tax. Claire Burroughes, 763-9653.
By CNJ Staff The city of Clovis is seeking people interested in volunteering to serve on the following boards: —Civil Aviation Board — It meets at 6 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Clovis Municipal Airport. The board makes recommendations to the city regarding the airport. —Commission on Older Adults — It […]
By Paula Cronic: Freedom Newspapers Five recommendations for improving the state’s higher education were the main focus at Friday’s New Mexico First community meeting at Eastern New Mexico University. New Mexico First Associate Director Heather Balas met with nearly 40 Portales and Clovis community and business leaders and educators to discuss the recommendations, stating education […]
CNJ staff The Base Closure and Realignment Commission’s recommendations for reshaping the Defense Department’s infrastructure and force structure officially took effect Wednesday as expected, Air Force Press Service reported. The nine-member BRAC panel delivered its final report to President Bush on Sept. 8, and he, in turn, sent it to Congress for legislative review Sept. […]
The Associated Press Aides for New Mexico’s congressional delegation and others concerned with the Pentagon’s plans to close Cannon Air Force Base say it may be next week before they’re able to tell much about documents released to justify the recommendation. “The materials from the Pentagon are very complex and it’s going to take a […]
By Tom Udall: Guest Columnist Friday the 13th was a day that unfortunately lived up to its ominous reputation when the Department of Defense released its Base Realignment and Closure recommendations. In what I and the entire New Mexico congressional delegation believe is an enormous mistake, the Secretary of Defense included Cannon Air Force Base […]
By Ryn Gargulinski: CNJ staff writer OK, Randy Harris admits, Cannon Air Force Base supporters are getting nervous. It’s not that news related to the Base Realignment and Closure process is bad … it’s just that no news is being released at all. And so, “just in case,” Cannon’s Committee of Fifty support group has […]
Cannon is home to 80 F-16 figther jets and more than 3,000 military personnel. (Courtesy photo) By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer Dozens of United States military bases are expected to be targeted for closure this year. Federal officials have predicted as many as 100 of the nation’s roughly 400 bases will be closed. While […]
The Base Realignment and Closure process begins this month with the announcement of BRAC commission members. The committee is charged with recommending military installations for closure or realignment. The Clovis News Journal is publishing a daily Q&A on BRAC-related issues. If you have a question, please submit it to Editor David Stevens at: firstname.lastname@example.org Q […]
Jack King Clovis’ city commissioners will consider an ordinance establishing new criteria for carports and amending current code sections at its meeting at 5:15 tonight in the North Annex of Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main. The new criteria are based on recommendations from city staff who have been surveying carports in the city. Under […]