Today we are talking to Shana Reeves, Director of Farmington PRCA!
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich is our guest today!
Eleana Butler with Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico and Olena Erickson with the Farmington Rotary Club, discuss Oktoberfest, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Lions Wilderness Park pavilion.
Jessica Polatty and Sally Burbridge discuss the Aztec Highland Games and Celtic Festival, October 6 & &, 2018 in Riverside Park in Aztec.
San Juan College Community Learning Center and ENCORE program Director Liesl Dees discusses some of the classes, field trips and other opportunities being offered this Fall.
Pamela Drake, San Juan County Partnership Executive Director and Coordinator Debbie Frank, discuss the 5th Annual "San Juan County's Got Talent" show. Audition applications are due by October 1, 2018. Call 505-566-5867 or find information here.
Farmington City Manager Rob Mayes discusses the gross receipts tax increase unanimously approved by the Farmington City Council on Tuesday. What the money will be used for and how much it add to people's shopping bills.
4CED Executive Director Warren Unsicker discusses the new San Juan County Right to Work ordinance, getting local residents' opinions for future Economic Development Initiatives (take part in the survey here). Meetings with NM Legislative Committees in Farmington and opportunities from Outdoor Retails trade shows.
General Chairwoman Carol May discusses the 2018 Connie Mack World Series! Including the need for host families, pool play, Thursday's parade and opening ceremonies and the addition of food trucks to Rickett's Park!
NM Economist and UNM School of Business Administration professor Dr. Kelly O'Donnell joins San Juan Citizen's Alliance Farmington representative Mike Eisenfeld to discuss O'Donnell's report "Economic Opportunities in the Four Corners Area."
The report was sponsored by the San Juan Citizens Alliance as the San Juan County region faces ongoing challenges because of economic changes with the extractive industries.