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City is making sound financial decisions

FROM THE MAYORS DESK ORIGINAL ARTICLE My fellow community members, in this installment of my regular newspaper column I want to provide you some information about the city’s budget, an update on the District 5 city councilor vacancy and a reminder and invitation to join me for a very fun upcoming event. Recently, the Rio…

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Two new companies in Rio Rancho are getting millions of tax dollars, but there's a catch.
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Rio Rancho leaders pay $3.7 million for new businesses

PCM, Safelite Auto will bring more than 1,000 jobs RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Two new companies in Rio Rancho are getting millions of tax dollars, but there’s a catch. The city of Rio Rancho just signed two different agreements with Safelite Auto and PCM. The two companies announced in the last six weeks they had plans…

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Why Safelite chose Rio Rancho — and crafted an aggressive growth plan

Fears about the future of Intel’s Rio Rancho plant still loom large in the City of Vision. But economic development officials say Tuesday’s announcement that 900-plus contact center jobs are coming to Rio Rancho early next year could help to balance the city’s economy. Safelite AutoGlass, which had $1.5 billion in sales last year, is…

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Here’s Rio Rancho’s plan to create jobs

The news that publicly traded IT and tech services firm PCM (NASDAQ: PCMI) plans to bring 224 sales jobs to fill nearly 30,000 square feet at the Hewlett-Packard center in Rio Rancho sparked interest across the metro area, but it’s far from the last job news the city expects to share. The PCM jobs, which…

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Safelite AutoGlass opening customer contact center in RR, creating 900-plus jobs

FROM ANTONIO SANCHEZ  | OBSERVER STAFF WRITER Safelite AutoGlass, a nationwide provider of vehicle glass repair and replacement services, will open a customer contact center in the former Sprint building in Enchanted Hills, creating more than 900 jobs. Gov. Susana Martinez and Mayor Gregg Hull made the announcement Thursday afternoon at City Hall. The company plans open houses…

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Work begins after productive meeting

FROM THE MAYORS DESK ORIGINAL ARTICLE This past March, Rio Rancho voters approved adding several duties to the mayor’s position in the city charter, the city’s constitution. One of these new responsibilities is to annually convene and lead a meeting of the mayor and city council to discuss and identify local government goals and priorities.…

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Company opening call and sales center in RR, creating 224 jobs

ORIGINAL ARTICLE A California-based technology solutions company plans to open a call and sales center in Rio Rancho, creating 224 jobs paying $45,000 to $65,000 a year, Gov. Susana Martinez announced at a news conference at City Hall on Monday. PCM will occupy a portion of the HP center in the City Center in August,…

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Publicly traded IT company bringing 224 jobs to Rio Rancho

FROM JOE CARDILLO REPORTER FOR ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST An El Segundo, California-based IT company is opening a sales center in Rio Rancho. PCM (NASDAQ: PCMI) is expected to bring operations to the city this summer, including 224 sales positions with annual salaries ranging between $45,000 and $65,000, according to a news release from the state’s economic development department.…

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City continues bid for federal reimbursement

FROM ANTONIO SANCHEZ | OBSERVER STAFF WRITER A delegation of city officials, including Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull, was among thousands of attendees at ceremonies in Washington, D.C.’s national mall earlier this month to honor fallen police officers and add their names to the National Law Enforcement Memorial wall. Those remembered included Rio Rancho police…

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City breaks ground for Broadmoor extension

FROM ANTONIO SANCHEZ | OBSERVER STAFF WRITER Shovel-wielding city officials marked the beginning of the Broadmoor Boulevard extension between Northern Boulevard and Paseo del Volcan with a ceremonial groundbreaking Tuesday. With an audience of about 40 city officials and employees on hand, Mayor Gregg Hull joined Deputy Mayor and Councilor Dawnn Robinson and other officials…

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