Economic Revitalization through Brownfields: Redevelop Your Vacant Properties Workshop

The EPA’s Brownfields Program provides grants and technical assistance to communities, states, tribes and others to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse contaminated properties. To learn more about how this program could be put to productive use in our community the Village of Ruidoso is hosting a FREE workshop on June 25, 2019, from 9:00 am to 3:45 pm at the Ruidoso Convention Center. Advance registration is requested by June 21, 2019.

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NEWS ALERT: Severe Driving Conditions

December 28, 2018: The Village of Ruidoso is advising everyone to stay off the roads and travel is discouraged, unless you have an emergency. The Village has had all available snow removal resources out addressing the roads and will continue with road maintenance throughout the remainder of this storm. Please stay safe and warm!

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Community Meeting #4 Scheduled for Ruidoso Sewer Project

The Village of Ruidoso and Molzen Corbin would like to invite you to attend a public meeting with the project team as they provide an update on the Ruidoso Sewer Rehab Project. This meeting will focus on river improvements, why they are needed, how they will benefit the stability of the river and ultimately protect properties and improve the fish habitat.

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Lincoln National Forest Partners with Mescalero Apache on Restoration Project after Little Bear Fire

Work has begun as part of a new partnership between the Mescalero Apache Tribe and Lincoln National Forest to restore the ski area landscape including tree planting, addressing a spruce beetle outbreak, and aspen restoration work.

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Pile Burning Planned for Sacramento Ranger District

The Sacramento Ranger District of the Lincoln National Forest will be burning a combination of hand and slash piles in November and December when conditions and weather are favorable. The piles are located along the Alamo Peak road, and in Dry Burnt and Long Canyons near the Sixteen Springs community. Updates: https://nmtracking.org/fire

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Grindstone Pile Burn Planned for Indian Canyon Unit and South Fork Campground

Fire managers on the Smokey Bear Ranger District of the Lincoln National Forest hope to take advantage of favorable conditions to conduct pile burning between Grindstone and Mescalero lakes west of Carrizo Canyon Road. Planned ignition dates are scheduled for 10/1/18 - 10/5/18. Unit: 65 acres of hand piled slash in green grass. Updates: www.nmfireinfo.com

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