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Onboard Diagnostics: New systems to report maintenance issues,

idle time, movement, unnecessary use of vehicles by city employees

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 Trinidad’s Mayor Phil Rico announced on Thursday, December 27 that the city had purchased the historic Fox – West Theatre, located at 423 W. Main St.

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To improve Internet service in Trinidad, the City’s Information Technology Director Monica Schaaf announced that the city would soon have more dependable Wi-Fi service in the downtown area. Schaaf spoke about the subject at the Tuesday, December 18 City Council meeting.  

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After a public hearing and two readings, Trinidad’s City Council unanimously passed a resolution supporting an ordinance for a budget appropriation calling for expenditures of $51,149,175 for Fiscal Year 2019 at a Special Meeting held on Monday, December 10 at City Hall.

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The iconic Crazy French Ranch is a 30 square-mile property best known for containing Fisher’s Peak just south of Trinidad. The Trust for Public Land and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) have announced that they have jointly reached a conditional agreement to acquire the ranch. The organizations …

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After a lengthy debate, Trinidad’s City Council approved a request from the Trinidad Golf Association (TGA) for $25,000 to fund a concrete slab near the south side of the clubhouse at the Trinidad Municipal Golf Course at its Tuesday, August 7 regular meeting. The vote was four to two in fav…

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Trinidad’s City Council, seated as the City’s Board of Ethics, cleared Mayor Phil of two separate ethics complaints in public hearings held on Wednesday, May 8 at City Hall.

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After two years in office Mayor Phil Rico said he was “amazed and humbled by the successes being achieved throughout our community.” Mayor Rico was speaking at Trinidad’s first-ever ‘State of the City’ address held Monday evening in the Pioneer Room of the Sullivan Student Center on the camp…

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Three national Artspace leaders, Andrew Michaelson, Will Law and Heidi Zimmer came to town to attend the Tuesday, February 6, meeting of Trinidad’s City Council to discuss the progress being made on the Artspace project thus far. Tara Marshall, the City’s Development Services Director, said …

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With the influx of new tax revenues, Trinidad’s City Council heard a presentation from Third Judicial District Attorney Henry Solano, speaking at the Tuesday, February 6 meeting. Solano asked Council for $25,000 in funding to help his office’s efforts to prosecute crime until revenues come i…

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After a year filled with community service, the Trinidad Police Department earned the 2017 Employees of the Year Award from the City and received a plaque in honor of its achievement at the Tuesday, January 16 City Council meeting. The award was given because of the department’s Citizens Aca…

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It was a changing of the guard for Trinidad’s City Council at its Tuesday, January 2 meeting as two new council members, Karen Griego and Rusty Goodall were sworn into office to begin serving their terms of office, while Incumbent Council member Anthony Mattie began serving another four-year…

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Trinidad City employees will see a 1.5 percent pay increase next year, subject to union contract negotiations. Employees will get an additional 1 percent pay increase if those negotiations prove fruitful, according to City Finance Director Cheryl Navarette, who gave the budget presentation a…

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded funds totaling $2.58 million to the City of Raton, N.M. to upgrade its Water Treatment Plant. The award was announced at the Raton City Commission meeting on Tuesday, November 28 in the form of a joint press release from New Mexico’s two U.S. Se…

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Trinidad’s City Council unanimously approved a resolution supporting an ordinance amending a $25 per-pound fee on all cultivated retail cannabis produced on city property, after a public hearing, at its Wednesday, November 8 meeting. The dried cannabis will be weighed just before it is to pa…

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