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7 Days

From April 29

April 29, 2009, 12:00 am
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1
Santa Fe County reconsiders courthouse location due to pollution on site.
Which is fine because you can never have too many gaping holes in the ground.

2
State will evaluate how to deal with third-party agents who get fees from companies receiving state investment money.
We know a gaping hole in the ground not being used right now.

3
In fact, one of the agents worked on New Mexico deals in which $11 million in finder fees were paid.
The hourly wage is very high when your job could lead you to be investigated by federal agents.

4
That well-paid agent reportedly happens to be the son of a friend of Gov. Bill Richardson.
But you know what they say: Friends don’t let friends get investigated by the feds.

5
Gov. Richardson pays off presidential campaign debt.
Sort of feels like we’re all paying off that debt.

6
Santa Fe Public Schools faces $4.5 million shortfall and may have to reduce the number of textbooks.
Why don’t teachers just start acting as agents for investment companies?

7
Rancho Viejo is for sale.
What a coincidence! We were just thinking we needed a sprawling development with controversial water rights.

 

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