Sometime on the night of Aug. 10, a burglary occurred at SFR. Around 6:30 the following morning, employees called the Santa Fe Police Department dispatch. Officer Corrine Jones arrived at 7:15 am; finding no one, she left without filing a report.
Under that law, the City of Santa Fe deducts 10 percent from a local company’s bid price to make it more competitive. But out-of-state contractors have been setting up temporary offices and receiving the local preference.
Jason Flores-Williams has had a wide-ranging career—as novelist, Hustler columnist, agitator and death-penalty defense lawyer. Last month, Flores-Williams returned to his hometown—he played football for St. Michael’s High School in ninth grade—to be a lawyer.
Aide Avendaño sits perched on a plastic chair, giving careful instructions on ridding oneself of bad energy: Fill a glass jar with water and sugar; write the names of the bad-energy-bringers on slips of paper and place them in the jar; let stand, open, for seven days, stirring occasionally.
Imagine a school where students and faculty are excited to show up; where everywhere you look, creativity flows; where students compose songs on the guitar between classes; and where teachers find ways to teach history through music and English through art.
In 2005, William Smith bought his Santa Fe home for approximately $305,000. He found a national lender willing to contribute $288,000 as an adjustable-rate mortgage. Fast-forward five years, “and of course our house is worth much less than that, and we’re way underwater,” he tells SFR.