Tax law changes could drive up house payments

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Curry County Deputy Assessor Shelly Brown goes through property cards Wednesday afternoon. The assessor’s office often receives calls from homeowners whose escrow was calculated incorrectly after property tax laws were changed in 2005. Sharna Johnson Homeowners who purchased residential property since 2005 may get struck with lightning — tax lightning […]

Residential building permits in May highest since start of 2008

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Home construction numbers are up in Clovis. The Pleasant Run subdivision on Lowe Avenue north Clovis is one of several being built in response to expected growth associated with growth at Cannon Air Force Base. Freedom New Mexico If you file, they will come. At least, that appears to be […]

April 29, 2008 It’s Their Business

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Name: JT Glass Co. Location: 2320 N. Main St. What they do: The business offers residential and commercial glass installation, which includes window glass, mirrors, shower doors and store fronts. Stained glass repair is also available. Who’s in charge: Jerry Trollinger Employees: One How long in business: 43 years Contact: 762-3575 or 799-0075 Hours: 8 […]

Residents oppose re-zoning of nearby property

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ Staff Writer Glynna Martin told city commissioners Thursday a commercial neighbor would compromise her privacy and devalue her property. Martin, a single mother of four, and a handful of Clovis residents who live on Lea Street attended the City Commission meeting to protest a proposed rezoning of a residential lot in […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Base donates furniture to center

By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer MATT 25 HOPE CENTER Executive Director Steve Reshetar likened a recent donation to throwing a stone into a pond. The donation created a ripple effect. The ripple began when Reshetar received a phone call from Cannon Air Force Base personnel. Reshetar said furniture from 70 dorm rooms — including […]

Business feature: Residential revival

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James Truelove, 27, a worker with Insulating Enterprise of Portales, sprays foam insulation Monday inside a house being built at 3913 Springwood in Clovis. (Staff photo: Ryan Lengerich) By David irvin: CNJ staff writer The number of new housing permits in Clovis has more than tripled since 2001, a trend likely due to enhanced economic […]

Divided stormwater taskforce approves draft

By Jack King: CNJ Staff Writer “Philosophical differences” over who should bear the cost of stormwater management systems divided members of a taskforce developing a city ordinance on stormwater management in residential subdivisions Tuesday. Despite their differences, members of the taskforce approved a draft ordinance, which will be considered today by the city’s public works […]

New Building Permits 2/3

ADDRESS, APPLICANT, DESCRIPTION, VALUE, FEE, DATE NEW – RESIDENTIAL > 1012 Jeanie, Larry Moreno, single family residence, $124,995, $402.98, 11/11/03 > 123 Col. Pkwy Estates, R.L Massey Construction, single family residence, $204,373, $607, 11/20/03 > 3917 Springwood Dr., Jesus & Jessica Griego, single family residence, $175,958, $542, 12/1/03 > 125 Springfield, WM. L. Strachan, single […]

Residential building has tripled in less than three years, officials say

By Gary Mitchell Not only are major businesses — such as the new cheese plant, Lowe’s, Hobby Lobby and Chili’s — coming into the area, but new homes are on the increase as well. In fact, residential construction in the Clovis area has tripled since 2001, according to statistics from the city of Clovis Inspections […]