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FY ’17 city budget reflects ‘positive growth’

FROM THE MAYORS DESK ORIGINAL ARTICLE Spring is a time for many things in Rio Rancho. For local government it means reviewing and approving a budget that funds public services for the new fiscal year that begins on July 1. The city budget contains the most important decisions your elected officials make on an annual…

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Enchanted Hills center adds four stores

Rio Rancho’s first “power center” is getting another surge of retail. Ross, Burkes Outlet, PetSmart and Verizon will join Plaza @ Enchanted Hills as part of the shopping center’s third phase of development. They add to a mix that already includes Bed Bath & Beyond, Kirkland’s, Michaels, T.J. Maxx and several other national names at…

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Rio Rancho named one of top 20 safest cities in New Mexico

The City of Vision has been recognized as one of the safest cities in New Mexico. Safe Wise, a safety and security review website, ranked Rio Rancho in a list of the top 20 safest cities in the state. Rio Rancho is listed as the 18th safest city, between Bosque Farms at 17 and Bloomfield…

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Start of 2016 busy, important time in RR

Since the start of 2016, much has transpired that impacts the community. Earlier this month, it was confirmed in the near future the city will receive $2.1 million from the federal government, and this money will be applied toward Rio Rancho’s water/wastewater operations. This money dates back to an agreement from 2007 for an arsenic…

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City set to receive $2.13 million from federal agency

The City of Rio Rancho expects to receive $2,135,000 from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the coming months, a partial reimbursement for $6 million outstanding to the city for meeting federal arsenic treatment requirements for the municipal water system. The funding is included in the corps’ recently released fiscal year 2016 work plan.…

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New businesses helped city turn corner in 2015

First and foremost, I hope all Rio Ranchoans had a joyous holiday season. I especially want to recognize all the residents and businesses for their tremendous display of blue holiday décor to honor and recognize our law enforcement personnel. Before I make mention of some of the important events that will take place in 2016,…

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Mayor cites need to tackle failing infrastructure soon

Fixing the city’s infrastructure is a large task and needs to start this year, Mayor Gregg Hull said Thursday. Hull, guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the NAIOP Rio Rancho Roundtable at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center, gave a presentation about the city’s past year and its goals for 2016. 2015 was a year for…

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The Force was with the mayor

Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull had an army of Jedis with him at the Dec. 17 midnight screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Eleven of them to be exact – 10 young Jedis and a Jedi Master – all chosen from a Movie with the Mayor contest Hull organized looking for “incredible citizens” who…

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Parking-lot campers help celebrate Chick-fil-A grand opening

Burned out on turkey? Eat more chicken. At least that’s what Mayor Gregg Hull and Deputy Mayor Lonnie Clayton hope to help others do as they camp out in the new Chick-fil-A parking lot looking to be two of the first 100 customers. Kicking off at 6 a.m. today and running through 6 a.m. Wednesday,…

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Mayor proposes decorating with blue to honor law enforcement1

The holiday season might look a lot different this year in Rio Rancho. Mayor Gregg Hull is asking Rio Rancho residents and businesses to string up blue holiday lights and décor in honor of law enforcement officers. “We are one of the safest cities in New Mexico and I want to show the state how…

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