Public Notices

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HEAT ILLNESS

Learn what heat illness is and how to prevent it at home and at work.  See Prevent_Heat_Illness


 

NOTICE

The Gila National Forest has completed its Travel Management Final Environmental Impact Statement and Forest Supervisor Kelly Russell has signed the Record of Decision selecting Alternative G.


With the publication of the legal notice in the forest's newspapers of record, the start of a 45-day appeal period and resolution will begin.

See the information here.


PLAC Public Notice

The next Hidalgo County Public Land Advisory Committee (PLAC) regularly scheduled meeting will be Wednesday, August 6th at 3:00 p.m. at the County Administration Building, 305 Pyramid St., Lordsburg, NM.  The agenda will be posted here when available.


Previous PLAC minutes and agendas

Minutes                         Agendas

February 5, 2014                     February 5, 2014
                                                 May 7, 2014


NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT HIDALGO COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 2014-01 

The details of the ordinance meeting can be viewed here.


Fire Restrictions

Important information about fire restrictions in the Gila and Apache National Forests can be viewed here.



Animas Underground Basin Water Rights Adjudication

Monthly Adjudication Report

Documents filed in the month of March - 2014

The Animas Water Rights Adjudication is about to enter a new phase.  In May, the State of New Mexico, acting on behalf of the State Engineer, will begin adjudicating the water rights of each water right claimant in the Animas Underground Basin.  The State will mail adjudication packets to a small number of claimants each month.

Claimants must comply with all deadlines specified in the court documents included in the adjudication packet. 

Please read the complete report here.


USDA News

View the USDA News Release - Increased Opportunity for Producers here.

View the 2014 Farm Bill Fact Sheet here.


NOTICE

HIDALGO MEDICAL SERVICES IS HELPING PEOPLE GET ENROLLED FOR HEALTH INSURANCE THROUGH THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT.  THERE ARE ENROLLMENT EVENTS COMING TO YOUR COMMUNITY, OR DAILY ENROLLMENT AT HMS CLINICS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY.  PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FLYER FOR DETAILS OF THE ITEMS YOU NEED TO HAVE WITH YOU WHEN GETTING ENROLLED. 

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You’re invited…

Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) FY2014 

Please join us at USDA-Rural Development’s Rural Energy for America Program’s upcoming trainings.  The trainings provide introductory information for prospective REAP applicants, grant writers, and companies working with customers in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy.  The public is welcome to attend.

See all the information here. 

Contact Jesse Monfort Bopp by email here.


Juvenile Justice Continuum of Services

The mission of the Hidalgo County Juvenile Justice Continuum of Services Board is to provide leadership and advocacy to improve the juvenile justice system, promote delinquency prevention services and programs, and reduce the overall instance of juvenile delinquency in Hidalgo County.

View the full document here.


Finance New Mexico

Finance New Mexico project offers help and information to New Mexico businessmen with startup and established businesses.  Finance New Mexico is a source of business news, events and how-to information.  More information is available at:

www.FinanceNewMexico.org


Watershed Protection

Emergency Watershed Protection Program

The purpose of the Emergency Watershed Protection Program (EWP) was established by Congress to respond to emergencies created by natural disasters.   The EWP Program is designed to help people and conserve natural resources by relieving imminent hazards to life and property caused by floods, fires, drought, windstorms, and other natural occurrences.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) administers the EWP Program; EWP-Recovery, and EWP–Floodplain Easement (FPE).  

EWP - Recovery

The EWP Program is a recovery effort program aimed at relieving imminent hazards to life and property caused by floods, fires, windstorms, and other natural occurrences.

Who is Eligible?

Public and private landowners are eligible for assistance, but must be represented by a project sponsor that must be a legal subdivision of the State, such as a city, county, township or conservation district, and Native American Tribes or Tribal governments.

NRCS may pay up to 75 percent of the construction cost of emergency measures. The remaining 25 percent must come from local sources and can be in the form of cash or in-kind services.

EQIP is another source available to producers thru NRCS.  This would help with wells, pumps, troughs, etc.    

 

Emergency_Conservation_Program.pdf

News_Release_ECP_2013.pdf