DataBank: agendas for local authority meetings (January 6)

(Editor’s Note: The following agendas should be considered draft agendas up to 72 hours before meetings.)

Rio Communities Planning and Zoning Commission

When: 5:30 p.m., Thursday, January 6, in the council chamber

Highlight of the agenda: Taking into account the zoning grid

Also on the agenda

  • Taking into account the setbacks of accessory buildings
  • Taking into account the peddler’s license
  • Public comment
  • Commission discussion, future agenda items

Belén City Council

When: 10 a.m., Friday January 7, at the Belen Public Library

Highlight of the agenda: A quorum of the governing body of Belen may be present at the Arts and Culture District meeting. The business of the city can be discussed; however, no action will take place

Workshop of the municipal council of the communities of Rio

When: 3 p.m., Monday, January 10, in the council chamber

Highlight of the agenda: Presentation by Melinda Allen, New Mexico-Economic Development Partnership

Also on the agenda

  • Presentation on the subsidy of the community and youth program
  • Discussion of accounts payable report
  • City logo discussion
  • BAR Discussion
  • Discussion of the second quarter financial report
  • Public comment
  • Manager’s report, including Valencia County Business Incubator, space proposal; updating of electronic signage, staff order
  • General Council debate and future agenda items

Rio Municipal Council of Communities

When: 6 p.m., Monday, January 10, in the council chamber

Highlight of the agenda: Consideration of the city logo

Also on the agenda

  • Consideration of the resignation of Lawrence Gordon from the Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Organization of the council, including the appointment of the deputy mayor and the reappointment of the deputy judge
  • Manager’s report, including monthly reports and updating of the street lighting plan
  • Statutory auditor and council reports
  • Consideration of accounts payable
  • Consideration of the community and youth program subsidy
  • Taking into account the BAR
  • Review of the second quarter financial report
  • Council debate
  • Executive meeting to discuss recruiting fire chiefs and buying, adding or disposing of real estate or water rights
  • Consideration of leadership recruitment and the purchase, addition or disposal of real estate or water rights

Belen Board of Education

When: 5 p.m., Tuesday January 11, in the meeting room of the administration office

Highlight of the agenda: District Classroom A / V Upgrade Review for Smart Board via ACOM for $ 1,367,523

Also on the agenda

  • Executive session at 4 p.m. to discuss the ALCO property
  • Swearing-in of new members of the board of directors
  • Superintendent’s Report, including Breakfast with Lawmakers, Next Step Dennis Chavez, Empower professional development, BCS bias training, Nusenda donation and Testing Illuminate
  • Board reports
  • Consideration of continuing Empower training
  • Belen High School Intercom Upgrade Consideration
  • Consideration of the Walmart Community Grant for Marie Aberant
  • Consideration of a donation from the Nusenda Credit Union
  • Board of Directors comments
  • Board organization

Valence Departmental Commission

When: 5 p.m., Wednesday January 12, in the committee room

Highlight of the agenda: Appointment to the New Mexico House of Representatives, District 8

Los Lunas Village Council

When: Thursday, January 13 at 6 p.m., in the council chamber

Highlight of the agenda: Consideration of the appointment of the village administrator

Also on the agenda

  • Public contribution forum
  • Review of the appointment of the fire chief
  • Review of Chief of Police Appointment
  • Consideration of the selection of a pro tem mayor
  • Public hearing and review of a Designated Use Permit for Michael Salazar for 212 Lopez Road SE and 220 Lopez Road SE with the aim of allowing a main structure with an ancillary apartment
  • Review of acceptance of public infrastructure for maintenance on Palmilla Road, west of Los Morros Road
  • Review of resolution of audio recordings of Planning and Zoning Commission meetings
  • Demonstration of the TextMyGov service, which allows villagers to get general information, ask questions about events and easily report issues in their neighborhood via SMS to 505-388-0798
  • Executive session to discuss the hiring of a full-time residential driver for the solid waste division, a full-time street worker, a full-time street supervisor and a park warden in full-time