Need to know info on registration, voting by mail, district seats and Santa Fe’s weird, but more democratic, voting system.
A desire to shape the city for future generations pushes local business leader Brian Gutierrez to run for City Council.
Demographics are changing in America, even in the historically stuffy game of golf. In Santa Fe, the public course at Marty Sanchez leans in.
On its face, the conversion seems like something Santa Fe’s environmentally conscious population would applaud. Yet, it has drawn substantial criticism.
Santa Fe employees and elected officials still working remote, take steps to return to City Hall.
Requirements for developers to supply their own water rights and the city’s proactive water saving measures mean the last year’s construction boom poses no threat to the city’s current water supply. But zoom the lens a few years or decades into the future, and you’ll see a different, more complicated picture.
Santa Fe waste management locks in rate increases to keep up with city’s trash and recycling production.
High School principal Amanda Chavez seeks to build a path for the city’s youth as councilor for her Southside district.
Neighbors of the long-awaited Southside teen center got the chance to speak up on the design of the building at a neighborhood notification meeting Thursday night, where the design team presented its architectural plans.