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Council Passes Bond ElectionThe Angel Fire Village Council has voted to hold a Special Mail Ballot Only 2016 General Obligation (GO) Bond Election proposition on funding Road Improvements of $3,000,000 and Water and Wastewater System Improvements $1,500,000. The election will be held on September 13, 2016 from 7 AM to 7 PM. You may either mail in your ballot or drop your ballot off at Village Hall on that date. For more information, contact the Village Clerk's Office at 575-377-3232.
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Carson National Forest Fire Fighting Resources ReadyTaos, N.M., June 28, 2016—Thanks to forest user vigilance and response by Carson NF fire personnel, wildfires have been kept to a minimum this year. Twenty seven wildfires on the Carson National Forest have claimed a total of 18 acres to date: eleven human-caused fires claiming 3 acres, and 16 lightning fires claiming 15 acres. Firefighting resources are available and prepared to respond to potential fire situations in and around the Carson NF. Aside from the local firefighting resources are: the Boise Hotshots, Two Initial Attack Dispatchers from the Lewis and Clark / Helena NF, a Forest Duty Officer from the Custer Gallatin NF, an Information Officer from Santa Fe Zone, and a West Yellowstone Smokejumper—Type 3 IC. The Carson NF is sharing an Air Attack, Type 2 helicopter with a Rappel crew, and the local T3 helicopters with the Santa Fe NF. Fire prevention and other fire management personnel keep busy this time of year either patrolling the forest; or talking with people on how to prevent catastrophic fires. Some topics Fire Prevention personnel share with the public are, campfire and smoking safety, chainsaw safety (spark arrestor... FULL STORY >
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