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 a […]

Broadmoor project finished a month early

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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 we […]

Enchanted Hills center adds four stores

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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 […]

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 […]