City Council Will Continue to Explore Reestablishing Commercial Air Service at Las Cruces Airport The Las Cruces City Council will continue to explore the feasibility of reestablishing commercial passenger air service at Las Cruces International Airport. Council consensus to keep moving forward was given during its Monday, Sept. 28 Council
City Council Approves $1.4 Million for Additional COVID-19 Relief A resolution authorizing the City of Las Cruces to accept a $1,400,000 budget adjustment for emergency assistance for the impact from COVID-19 for various programs was adopted by the Las Cruces City Council during a Special Meeting on Thursday, August 27.
City Council Approves New City Manager Contract The Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved a contract for new City Manager Ifo Pili at its Monday, August 17 meeting. Pili, who has been city administrator of Eagle Mountain, Utah since 2012 and has 14 years of experience in municipal administration, begins
City Council Approves $17.6 Million Bond Sale for General Obligation Bond Projects The Las Cruces City Council has unanimously approved the sale of $17,600,000 in tax-exempt General Obligation (GO) Improvement Bonds, Series 2020 that City voters approved in 2018. The council’s approval came during the Monday, August 3, regularly scheduled
City Council to Explore Possible Partnership With New Mexico Family Services There was consensus from the Las Cruces City Council during its work session on Monday, July 27 to explore the possibilities of establishing a partnership with New Mexico Family Services (NMFS). Mayor Ken Miyagishima has asked City staff members
Las Cruces City Council Discusses 8 Can’t Wait Campaign during June 15 Work Session The Las Cruces City Council along with officers of the Las Cruces Police Department discussed the 8 Can’t Wait Campaign at a work session held on Monday, June 15. Police Department staff covered the specifics of
Museum awarded Humanities grant The National Endowment for the Humanities and the New Mexico Humanities Council are boosting “Virtual Learning Experiences” at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum with a $4,000 grant. The Las Cruces museum will purchase video equipment with the funds, according to Lisa Pugh, the
City Council Extends Mayor’s Emergency Proclamation Regarding Face Coverings At a special meeting today, the Las Cruces City Council voted to extend the emergency proclamation issued by Mayor Ken Miyagishima on Friday, May 15, that requires all members of the public, with some exceptions, to wear a face covering when inside,
Doña Ana Arts Council Announces Office and Gallery Re-Opening The Dona Ana Arts Council (DAAC) Executive Director, Greg Smith, announced that the DAAC office and Arts & Cultural Center gallery will be re-opened as of May 18, 2020 with regular hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.