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7 Days

March 16, 2010, 12:00 am

1
Secretary of State Mary Herrera hasn’t released critical resignation letter from former elections director, even though it’s a public record.
I mean, like, she can’t be expected to, like, keep track of every law, can she?

2
Lt. Gov. Diane Denish and Gov. Bill Richardson get into public dispute over failed school grant application.
The squabble was part of the finely honed Democratic strategy of fighting with one another instead of with actual political opponents.

3
Several telecom firms want to build network to increase wireless reception in Santa Fe.
City Council is considering an alternative in which residents communicate with cans and strings.

4
City parks crew accidentally removes vegetation from Santa Fe River area.
City says it will now train parks employees on the difference between live flora and trash.

5
Santa Fe should have a good spring runoff.
The only benefit of six straight months of winter.

6
New law will substitute financial literacy for some math requirements in school.
How to Avoid Foreclosure 101 will replace geometry.

7
Santa Fe Democrats will hold convention this weekend at Buffalo Thunder, featuring candidates and live music.
In other words, a great chance to get videos of dancing politicians to post on YouTube.

 

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