Commission approves job measures

Kevin Wilson The City Commission dipped into economic development funds to bring more than 60 new jobs into the city, and looked into just how far it could reach to aid developers with reductions in sewer and permit fees. In a two-hour meeting that included numerous topics, the commission approved measures dealing with 108 jobs […]

City receives grant for sewer line along Martin Luther King Boulevard

Kevin Wilson The city has received $500,000 in Community Block Development Grant money toward construction of a new sewer line along Martin Luther King Boulevard. The project, which will require a $176,000 match in city dollars, will replace the sewer line between Mendenhall and 21 st streets. The sewer lines there are 6- to 8-inch […]

School board approves land acquisition for middle school

Liliana Castillo The Clovis Municipal School board of education approved a contract Tuesday to acquire 40 acres of donated land from Clovis developer Sid Strebeck. Thirty acres will be used to build a proposed new middle school. The contract included the offer of 10 additional acres for the future development of an elementary school, sewer […]

Officials at odds on necessity of expanding sewer line

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo All of the sewer lines in Clovis flow to the Waste Water Treatment Plant southeast of Clovis. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Clovis has its own version of the chicken or the egg dilemma. Is Clovis’ west side not expanding because of limited sewer capacity or is there limited […]

Street section closed Wednesday for sewer work

CNJ staff A section of Kimberly Street will be closed Wednesday for repair work, according to the city’s public works department. According to a release from the city, work will take place on a broken sewer line along the road between Pineway and Prince streets.

Industrial park infrastructure nears completion

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Albino Aragon of K. Barnett Construction operates a grader down the road being constructed at the Clovis Industrial Park site south of Clovis. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Infrastructure work on the 240-acre Clovis Industrial Park located in south Clovis is nearly complete, according to Clovis Industrial Development Corp. […]

School sewer problems yield hefty repair bill

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Sewer line repairs at a Clovis school will exceed projected costs due to asbestos near the line that must be removed, Clovis Schools officials announced Tuesday at a school board meeting. No health risk is posed by the asbestos, most of which has already been removed, Clovis Schools Director […]

Sewer repairs approved

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education has approved immediate repairs to a collapsed sewer line at Gattis Junior High School. Approval was granted Tuesday during an emergency meeting scheduled to address the collapsed line. Clovis Schools Assistant Director of Construction Robert Telles said repairs to the sewer line […]

Sewer line creates ‘inconvenience’ for school

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer The collapse of a sewer line at a Clovis junior high school has stirred up inconvenience, but little else, according to school officials. Officials discovered a main sewer line at Gattis Junior High School had collapsed about a week ago when cafeteria sinks at the school clogged, according to […]

Water project in search of federal funds

Jack King SAN JON — The state Interstate Stream Commission has begun briefing New Mexico Congressional representatives on the Ute Water Project in preparation for asking for federal funds. Doug Murray, the ISC’s liaison to the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority, told ENMRWA’s board at a meeting in San Jon he has briefed staff […]