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Signs and hopes are up at Safelite

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…

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Council opposes same-day elections

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…

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Rio Rancho Day in Santa Fe; Disappointed with annual funds for education

SANTA FE — The hum of disappointment hung over a crowd of Rio Rancho constituents as they discussed the recent Rio Rancho Public School budget cuts made in the ongoing legislative session. The Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a social event at the Saźon restaurant in Santa Fe Thursday, where the topic on…

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Albuquerque The Magazine takes on another city

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…

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3 New Mexicans to know who are allies to the business community

We know New Mexico has more than its fair share of government jobs and our region has far more nonprofits than one would expect for a community our size. I often talk about the need to create a stronger private, for-profit sector and more jobs that create wealth, and therefore the ability to pay taxes…

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

  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…

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Aquifer and housing are focus in 2017

Completing a multi-million gallon aquifer injection program and pushing for more housing developments will be key this year for Rio Rancho, Mayor Gregg Hull said Thursday. Hull gave a presentation about the city’s past year and its goals for 2017 last week, as the guest speaker at the monthly NAIOP Rio Rancho Roundtable meeting at…

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Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull said 2016 marked a big year for jobs, retail and housing in Rio Rancho.
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Rio Rancho mayor says new data shows evolution toward a ‘stand-alone city’

FROM RACHEL SAPIN | ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull said 2016 marked a big year for jobs, retail and housing in the state’s third-largest city. “We’re pushing away from a bedroom community concept to becoming a stand-alone city,” Hull told more than 100 attendees at the NAIOP New Mexico chapter’s roundtable and…

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Broadmoor project finished a month early

Six months ago, city officials gathered with gold-colored shovels to break ground for the Broadmoor Boulevard extension project. On Thursday, they celebrated its completion with a red-ribbon cutting. Mayor Gregg Hull and UNM West CEO Wynn Goering spoke at the event, as the newly paved road officially opened.   “It’s always a good day when…

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Idalia Road reopens following year-long reconstruction project

The final construction phase of the Idalia Road project has ended, as construction crews removed the last few orange barrels and road blocks Tuesday in time for the afternoon rush hour. The first half of the Idalia Road project, between Iris Road and Camino Encantadas, opened in October. The Camino Encantadas-to-NM 528 segment opened Tuesday.…

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