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Santa Fe Board Conditionally OKs Building Next to Loretto Chapel

SANTA FE — After decades of trying, a family hoping to develop a parcel next to the Loretto Chapel at Old Santa Fe Trail and Water Street in downtown Santa Fe is close to success. On Wednesday, the city’s Historic Districts Review Board — which had rejected earlier plans — gave conditional approval for Teme […]

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El Cabo Wind Farm: Final Phase Underway

El Cabo Wind Farm Plans to Increase Workforce as Final Construction Phase Gets Underway Santa Fe, NM – State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn today announced Avangrid Renewables, the nation’s second-largest provider of wind power, is expected to begin installing turbines next week at El Cabo Wind Farm, located four miles west of Encino in Torrance […]

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Future of Commercial Real Estate: Creativity

SANTA FE, N.M. — Commercial real estate representatives got a glimpse of the future Monday, and it’s decidedly creative. Buildings that blend traditional office/retail space with room for creative industries will help drive more economic growth in the years ahead, according to a panel of speakers at the monthly luncheon of the New Mexico chapter […]

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Albuquerque and Santa Fe are Shining Stars in Film Industry

    The light shines bright again for the New Mexico film industry. According to the new MovieMaker list, Santa Fe and Albuquerque are some of best places to live and work as a moviemaker. The Duke City comes in three slots down to No. 8 from its 2016 ranking in the big cities category. […]

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Economics Expert Slightly More Optimistic for Next Fiscal Year

By: Bruce Krasnow (Santa Fe New Mexican) At the start of the 2016 legislative session, New Mexico State University economics professor Jim Peach was asked about his expectations for the state economy and what that might mean for government budgets. Peach’s answer was not especially popular: “I would simply count on no new money,” he told […]

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Santa Fe Stands Out in Entrepreneurial Ranking

SANTA FE – City officials here are touting an announcement by the U.S. Census Bureau that gave Santa Fe a high ranking in the percentage of jobs created by new startups, part of the agency’s first-ever Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs. The Census Bureau, based on 2014 numbers, ranked cities on jobs creation from start-up firms […]

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Large Development Proposed for Prominent Santa Fe Site

SANTA FE, N.M. — A large-scale mixed-use commercial and residential development has been proposed at a prominent location on Santa Fe’s south side, just southwest of the St. Francis Drive and Interstate 25 interchange. Referred to as “St. Francis South” in documents filed with the city and county, the development would be located on 68.9 […]

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New Mexico Ranks High in Clean Technology Report

In a new report measuring states’ clean technology, New Mexico ranked high, just missing the top 10. In Clean Edge’s new U.S Clean Tech Leadership Index, which ranked states on how much clean electricity they generate, New Mexico ranked 13th. When it comes to utility-scale solar electricity generation, New Mexico was eight in the nation. […]

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Stewart Title Economist on New Mexico: “This is a Strong Sustainable Recovery”

Ted Jones, chief economist with Stewart Title, says he’s not a feel-good economist. Jones travels around the country giving presentations on the national economy. He’s known for his southern accent, his sense of humor and peppering his speeches on the economy with phrases like, “let’s tell it like it is.” Jones was in Rio Rancho […]

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Forest Health & Resiliency in the San Juan – Chama Watershed

Fire Ecology and Landscape Resiliency ~ What do southern Colorado and northern New Mexico have in common? In addition to sharing a border, the southern Colorado landscape of the South San Juan Mountains contains forested watersheds of high value to both states. The area supports traditional agricultural operations, substantial wildlife populations, tourism-based economies, and public […]

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