Signs and hopes are up at Safelite

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A new street sign and a new hires were celebrated during Safelite AutoGlass’s red ribbon cutting ceremony last week. The event was held Tuesday afternoon at Safelite, where the auto glass repair company’s president and CEO Tom Feeney, Safelite’s vice president of real estate and market development Randy Randolph, Gov. Susana Martinez, Mayor Gregg Hull […]

Council opposes same-day elections

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The Rio Rancho Governing Body signed a resolution last week that voiced the city councilors’ opposition to an election day-related bill introduced to the Roundhouse. Mayor Gregg Hull and city councilors voted unanimously during last Monday’s special meeting, approving a resolution in opposition to House Bill 174. Councilors Dawnn Robinson, Marlene Feuer and Dave Bency […]

Albuquerque The Magazine takes on another city

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When scanning newsstands, you may take a second glance at Albuquerque The Magazine’s latest project. Don’t worry, you’re not seeing double. Albuquerque The Magazine launched two new magazines on Monday, featuring two growing parts of the state: Rio Rancho and tourism. The publishers have created Rio Rancho The Magazine for the third-largest city in the […]

Hull’s residential impact fee, revised from fall suggestion, OK’d by council

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  A new residential impact fee rate proposed to the Rio Rancho impact fee committee received positive consensus from committee members last week. Mayor Gregg Hull introduced a new rate proposal to the committee on Wednesday, following the mayor’s consultation with city staff. According to Hull, the proposed residential impact fee rate would increase at […]