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Offers Assistance to Those Impacted by Government Shutdown
Educators Federal Credit Union offers special assistance for those who may be financially impacted by the ongoing government shutdown “We know furloughs caused by the government shutdown are incredibly stressful and we are here to assist our communities in any way we can,” said Terry Laudick, CEO at New Mexico Educators FCU. New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union offers an Assistance Loan at 0% to offset loss of income in the event of a furlough or unpaid leave. The loan was designed to replace two bi-weekly or four weekly net paychecks up to $6,000 at 0% interest for one full year. The credit union is also offering modifications to existing loan payment arrangements, including extensions or deferrals, and waiving penalties for early CD withdrawals to impacted members.
Last month, Public Regulation Commissioner Valerie Espinoza (District 3) met with board members and executives from one of northern New Mexico’s prominent rural utility companies.
On Sept. 30, Espinoza spoke at Northern Rio Arriba Electric Cooperative’s (NORA) monthly luncheon.
NORA is a member-owned utility serving over 4,000 customers over 510 miles of line in rural Rio Arriba County.
Espinoza spoke at length concerning the PRC’s work with rural cooperatives and updated NORA’s leadership on current cases before the Commission in Santa Fe.
Also on the agenda was a breakdown of the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s involvement in a state wildfire task force organized by the PRC earlier this year.
Espinoza focused on the importance of each rural cooperative’s membership and leadership to promote the importance of wood fuel reduction and general safety precautions where utility services meet with dry, heavily forested areas.
Building a sustainable, responsible and affordable energy future in New Mexico was also a topic of discussion. Espinoza pointed out the PRC’s involvement in passing new renewable energy rules and its ongoing work toward finding equitable energy diversity requirements for investor-owned utilities.
City Councilor and former Fire Chief, Chris Rivera has decided to withdraw from consideration for the March 2014 Mayoral Election following discussion with family, friends and close supporters. Councilor Rivera is a freshman councilor and is half way into his first term representing District #3 and serves on the Public Works, Public Utilities, Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency, Public Safety, and Business and Quality of Life Committees.
Navajo Dam, NM - The 45-acre wetland restoration completed by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) in July 2013, at the Muñoz Day Use Area, Navajo Lake State Park, will be closed to public access until August 1, 2014.
Biologists with the NMDGF who completed the habitat seeding have requested the area be closed to public access for approximately one year to allow new vegetation to become established and the restoration to reach its full potential. The NMDGF partnered with the Bureau of Land Management to remove non-native invasive plant species such as salt cedar and Russian olives from the property before creating a new wetland system, complete with restored riparian areas and pond habitats. Approximately 50,000 willows, sedges, and rushes were planted by hand, and will provide a diverse habitat for migrating waterfowl and other wildlife.
“We need to allow the plants to establish a strong root system so they can reproduce and expand,” Department Fisheries Chief Mike Sloane said. “By protecting the area now, with time, the plants can become strong enough to withstand the effects of people traversing the project area.”
The restoration effort also allows the area to be more easily accessed and enjoyed by the public and licensed hunters and anglers who paid for the project.
“A total of $1.2 million was spent on pond and river habitat improvements—of that, $200,000 was used on riparian areas for plant establishment. The public will be able to see the full impact of this important project by allowing time for the vegetation to become established,” said Navajo Lake State Park Superintendent James Valenzuela.
The Muñoz Day Use Area parking lot remains open. The closed area is indicated by signs around the area and informational maps are located at the Muñoz and Texas Hole Day Use Areas, and park visitor center.
For further information contact Navajo Lake State Park at 505-632-2278, or visit www.nmparks.com