In the film Tiny Furniture, writer, director and budding indie phenom Lena Dunham plays Aura, a recent college grad struggling to find herself after having moved back into her childhood home in New York City.
New Mexico Land Commissioner Ray Powell, a bolo-tie-wearing veterinarian with a friendly, deliberate demeanor, previously held office from 1993-2002 (hence the retro file photo!) and was reelected in 2010. SFR met with Powell recently to discuss how the state’s public trust lands are being used—and what that means for Santa Fe.
The designers at local firm Anagr.am, a team that includes former SFR opinion columnist Zane Fischer, didn’t have Santa Fe Mayor David Coss in mind when they devised a hypothetical Santa Fe metro map, but they may as well have.
The plan: Start a meaningful conversation about Santa Fe’s future economy by organizing and engaging small, diverse groups of local residents. Schnieders says the groups would first address the question of what Santa Feans consider the key issues; the question of what changes are necessary would come later.